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If Whistler is really serious about sustainability, it should examine the forecasted 50 per cent increase in traffic up the corridor over the next 20 years.

E-mail etiquette

A few weeks ago, all 800 participants of the Test of Metal mountain bike race with e-mail addresses received a personal communication between organizers that referred to one participant that wanted to withdraw from the race as an "A-hole.

Have we seen the future?

A month or so ago a Whistler business manager made the decision to leave Whistler, for family reasons, and so began the laborious process of transferring bank accounts, cancelling memberships and informing friends of the family’s departure.

The Webby Awards Part VI

For the past five weeks Cybernaut has been covering the Annual Webby Awards, presented by the Academy of Digital Arts and Design to the best of the best Web sites in more than 30 different categories, from Activism to Sports.

letters to the editor

Landing the 2010 Winter Olympic Games hinges on a four-lane Vancouver-Whistler road link. Three lanes won't do, and the multi-modal alternatives contemplated would be a complement but hardly a substitute. Domestic considerations (e.g.

Paved, and widened, with good intentions

The suggestion that the provincial government’s plans to upgrade the Sea to Sky highway are being driven by the needs of the 2010 Olympic bid are being doused by Peter Milburn, sort of.

The search for a magic bullet

Vancouver City Councillor Gordon Price provided an interesting, and entertaining, view on transportation issues for the Sea to Sky corridor at last week’s chamber of commerce luncheon.

Webby Awards Part VI

The Webby Awards ( www.webbyawards.com ) were handed out on June 18, about a week too early for our purposes at Pique.

Discovering the Olympics

Using both hands for balance, and Preparation H for endurance, I’m still sitting on the fence trying to decide whether the 2010 Olympics would be a good thing or a bad thing for Whistler and B.C.

Webby Awards Part V

The Webby Awards were handed out on June 17, but I’m going to tell you who was nominated in every category, category by category, anyway.
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