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The closure of another high profile business in Whistler two weeks ago should give everyone reason to pause and reflect on the state of the local economy.

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It wouldn’t take much for Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Solicitor General Andy Scott to open up the RCMP Public Complaints Commission hearing into police conduct at last year’s APEC meeting so that the truth comes out, just a little honesty and in

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November is often the best month of the year to get out of Whistler, lying as it does in the grey days between early fall and early ski season.

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Last week’s Union of B.C.

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There really wasn’t much new in Monday’s announcement by the Vancouver-Whistler 2010 Bid Society of facilities planned for the Olympics — alpine, freestyle and snowboarding events are planned for Whistler and Blackcomb, nordic events in the Callaghan

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Perhaps the most crucial aspect of the Vancouver-Whistler Olympic bid has finally been made public.

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With Labour Day out of the way, the kids back to school and the incredible summer weather apparently having come to an end, it’s time to get back to work.

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To judge by phone calls, "tips" and letters received in the days following last week’s approval of the 19 Mile Creek and Lorimer Road employee housing projects these, and likely future housing projects, won’t have to just meet neighbourhood standards

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Litigation first seems to be the way of Whistler Considering career choices in Whistler in the 21st century? Real estate agent and any of the construction trades probably shouldn’t be high on the list — providing of course the ceiling on development

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"I’d like to qualify (my words): Every time I say ‘affordable’ I don’t mean it. It’s not affordable, it’s the best we can do in Whistler." – Ken Melamed, Aug.
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