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More highway woes, Transit responds, in praise of London Drugs, when garbage goes bad, feasting at the fest, and museum thanks

More highway woes, Transit responds, in praise of London Drugs, when garbage goes bad, feasting at the fest, and museum thanks

Let’s help as much as we can Further to Paul Mathews’s letter last week on the Dec. 14 highway closure, I too was on the highway that night. I had been to the city to drop my car off for repair work.
Apple does it right, gets sued

Apple does it right, gets sued

You really can’t blame Cisco Systems for its lawsuit against Apple Computers — they own the patent to the term “iPhone” fair and square, through a series of mergers going back over a decade.
A proud legacy

A proud legacy

By Michel Beaudry He was the token hippie on Whistler’s first council. At least, that’s what his three other colleagues first thought of him. But over time, they came to realize just how valuable John Hetherington was to their team.
Lessons from Canmore

Lessons from Canmore

In the 11 months before I began inflicting my opinion on Whistler the people of Canmore, Alberta endured my split infinitives and dangling participles. I lived in Canmore from the spring of 1988 to the spring of 1989.
A Whistler icon for all times

A Whistler icon for all times

By Michel Beaudry There’s a great storytelling event being planned for Millennium Place this evening.
An evolving partnership

An evolving partnership

On Nov. 27, Parliament formally recognized Quebecers as a “nation united within Canada.
Get a (Second) Life

Get a (Second) Life

Having read a lot about Second Life, the limitless virtual world created by Linden Labs, I decided it was time to see what all the fuss is about.
Robjn Taylor lets forth, where to see Heather, heralding snow, how to pay for outdoor ed, and more highway frothing.

Robjn Taylor lets forth, where to see Heather, heralding snow, how to pay for outdoor ed, and more highway frothing.

The Mounties get their men I was nervous on New Year’s Eve.
The year of the OS

The year of the OS

It’s been five years since Microsoft released Windows XP, itself following up on the much reviled Windows Millennium Edition.
The countdown begins in earnest

The countdown begins in earnest

Happy New Year. One countdown over, another one marches on. There’s always a lot of anticipation leading up to midnight on Dec. 31.