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Plans and priorities for the Callaghan

During a February workshop the new Whistler council identified its top five priorities as: 1. The Comprehensive Sustainability Plan; 2. a transition strategy to deal with issues until the CSP is adopted; 3. affordability and affordable housing; 4.

Webby Awards, Part 5

For the past four weeks I’ve been reviewing the sites nominated for 2003 Webby Awards, presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences – the Oscars of the Internet world.

Webby Awards Part IV

Government and Law NASA – The official Web site of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration makes full use of the Web to promote education, discovery and the administration itself. National Weather Service

Creeekside development shows the need for a CSP

On Nov. 1, 1999, less than three weeks before a municipal election, Whistler’s council of the day approved Intrawest’s Whistler South Comprehensive Development Strategy by a bare 4-3 vote.

Webby Awards, Part III

The Webby Awards, awarded by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Science, recognize the top Web sites in 30 different categories.

Aspen grapples with sustainability

When the Comprehensive Sustainability Plan gets going again, and it can’t happen too soon, one of the nuts to be cracked in the discussion is something Aspen is dealing with right now: How much resident restricted housing is needed, where and fo

Webby Awards Part Deux

The Webby Awards are the Oscars of the Web, as decided by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Science. If you don’t believe me you can check out the Web site at

Olympic organizing committee would be Whistler’s big brother

The 78-page report from Gerhard Heiberg’s IOC evaluation commission can be interpreted a number of ways, and has been by representatives from Pyeongchang, Salzburg and Vancouver, as well as university professors, journalists, talk show hosts and

Webby Awards Part 1

It’s Webby time again.

Letters to the editor

How many of us have ever dialled 911? What happens when we do? Does the system work? First off I want to concede that the British Columbia Ambulance Service probably saves hundreds of lives a year and we wouldn't want to get along without it.
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