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Here's what's up with high-school ed, more dog talk, GST talk, and it's dim the lights for Festival of Lights

Here's what's up with high-school ed, more dog talk, GST talk, and it's dim the lights for Festival of Lights

School has responded to needs and demands RE: Demand more for children (Pique letters Oct. 12) I would like to thank Squamish resident Jeff Wilgosh for writing this letter to the Pique.
Google gets YouTube

Google gets YouTube

It was the story of the week. It wasn’t that long ago that financial investors were voicing their doubts that YouTube ( www.youtube.com ), a popular video posting and sharing website, could ever generate a profit.
It’s all about the kids

It’s all about the kids

By Michel Beaudry She’s the quintessential energy bomb.
Municipal hall’s problems, in context

Municipal hall’s problems, in context

In the annals of Whistler’s history the 2002-05 administration at municipal hall will probably not be remembered for a raft of accomplishments.
Welcome, Whistler virgins, tourney and book sale thanks, another dog attack, another Beaudry attack, and what's with high school ed?

Welcome, Whistler virgins, tourney and book sale thanks, another dog attack, another Beaudry attack, and what's with high school ed?

Have fun this year new staff Wow, what an amazing day. The first day of the Turkey Sale was filled with smiles and eyes hungry for powder.
Governments get frank assessments

Governments get frank assessments

It was almost a year ago, last November actually, when VANOC made its request to the federal and provincial governments for an additional $110 million to cover the rising capital costs of Olympic venues.
The family perspective

The family perspective

By Michel Beaudry He’s lived his entire adult life in the shadow of Whistler Mountain. Literally.
What HP did

What HP did

High tech is an incredibly competitive, dog-eat-dot industry where fortunes can turn on the success or failure of your most recent product launch.
Standing up for Joe, tourism day comes and goes, animal cruelty does exist, and imagining B.C.

Standing up for Joe, tourism day comes and goes, animal cruelty does exist, and imagining B.C.

Whistler fortunate to have Joe Houssian Re: Uncle Joe and the Intrawest Myth (Pique Alta States, Sept. 28) What a pathetic article. Michel Beaudry must be the only person in Whistler who has not benefited from Uncle Joe’s vision.
Keeping the dream alive

Keeping the dream alive

She’s the hardest working person he’s ever met says her former boss. And she never stands down from a challenge. Doesn’t matter what the odds are. Doesn’t matter who’s challenging her.