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cybernaut - Spring Election

Politics in Supernatural British Columbia are almost as breathtaking and logic-defying as the mountain vistas and coastal scenics of the province itself.

The chicken and egg question

Monday’s council meeting began with a presentation by former Delta Mayor Beth Johnson, in which she praised Whistler for its forward-thinking policies toward the environment, including the environmental strategy and its incorporation into the Vi

Cybernaut - Live and Learn

While waiting at a cold Whistler bus stop, enjoying the crystal clear night sky that has plagued us all winter, I noticed two phenomena that were slightly out of the ordinary: an extremely bright dot in the southwest and a large satellite skimming th

letter to the editor

Salutes all around A massive Thank You! to everyone who made Whistler’s first Sun Salute-Athon last Saturday such a great success! Over 1,100 sun salutes were done in four hours and we raised over $3,000 for Whistler Community Services.

letter to the editor

A recent letter in the local media addressed the issue of public input into decisions by BCAL about applications for commercial recreation permits in the Sea to Sky corridor.

EditorialAn opportunity to bridge a gulf?

Among the more interesting items at Monday’s council meeting was a joint request by the chiefs of the Squamish and Lil’wat Nations that Whistler support their efforts to acquire a five acre parcel of land within Whistler’s municipal bo

Cybernaut

Longest month — shortest month For whatever reason – or for no reason at all – Ullr, the Norse God of Snow, seems to have forsaken much of B.C. this year.

Food for thought for the soul

If you don’t already know how to get in touch with it, a soul can be a difficult thing to find, particularly in a resort town full of seasonal workers, part-time residents, vacationers and full-time residents who may spend months out of town.

Cybernaut

Is the information highway moving too fast? If you don’t remember what the information was or why it was important to you, the answer is yes. Today, everybody knows everything about everything, except what’s really going on.

Cybernaut - Love Hurts

I have been diagnosed with nauseous valentinosis – an acute intestinal disorder that flares up whenever I come into contact with little pink hearts, bouquets of red roses, boxes of chocolate, cupid dolls, teddy bears and February 14 th .
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