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This week's letters

This week's letters

Say no to Whistler big box stores It was with great interest I read your article a couple of weeks ago regarding the rezoning application coming to council to allow a London Drugs store to open with a 16,000 square-foot location.
Long-term plan needed for fundraising

Long-term plan needed for fundraising

Saturday's fourth annual Wine’d Up for Whistler Search and Rescue was an unparalleled success, raising approximately $21,000 – well above last year's total of $16,000 and the previous years’ totals of $12,000 and $8,000.
Think before you mix

Think before you mix

If you’re one of the more than 10 million Canadians regularly taking some form of medication to treat one form of illness or another, from asthma inhalers to insulin, then it might be a good idea to know exactly what you’re taking, how it a
Much talk about funding local governments; RMOW taking action.

Much talk about funding local governments; RMOW taking action.

The Resort Municipality of Whistler’s cry for more money is a familiar refrain.
This week's letters

This week's letters

Someone once told me that grief is the purest evidence that we have loved and loved well. In our tiny mountain town, we have loved and lost many over the years. In the early hours of Oct.
Online traders go too far

Online traders go too far

Let me take you back a few years, to the glory days after World War II. After a tough fight, the soldiers came home to live quiet lives and start families.
Re-Use-It Centre celebrates anniversary with auction

Re-Use-It Centre celebrates anniversary with auction

To celebrate the one-year anniversary since doubling in size the Re-Use-It Centre in Function Junction is holding a two-for-one clothing sale on Saturday, Oct. 16.
This week's letters

This week's letters

This is a rebuttal to Joe Bako's letter (Logging decision costs province, Pique Oct. 1).
Housing is the issue, again

Housing is the issue, again

"Our challenge is to stay a vibrant community. It’s making people feel that they can see a future for themselves in Whistler. I think that is the most pending and immediate issue.
DVDs are crap

DVDs are crap

Two out of the last three DVDs I’ve rented have had technical problems, dirt and scratches that stopped the movie mid-stream, forcing me to go through an awkward and annoying fast forward and rewind process to get back to the exact spot where th