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Process, education in the municipal system Whistler is one of the most planned towns anywhere and has enjoyed a great deal of success because, on the whole, it has been well planned.
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Politics seem to be everywhere these days. The federal Liberal caucus met in Vancouver this week, trying to score some political points by journeying west to listen to the great unwashed in the hinterland.
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Over the next three months the Howe Sound School Board has to find another school district to amalgamate with, cover any deficit that school district may have, cut $750,000 from its own budget and then hand over control of the new district to represe
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Monday night’s marathon public hearings on two pension rezoning applications suggests pensions have gained a status similar to employee housing; that is, no one is opposed until one is proposed for their neighbourhood.
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Only into the second week and already 1996 is shaping up to be a year of decisions and directions, for Whistler, British Columbia and perhaps for Canada.
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Legend has it that one of modern Whistler’s pioneers was holding court in a bar one day several years ago when he pronounced that Canada was the greatest country in the world.
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You’ve probably spotted the Dec. 8-22 issue of Condo Guide around town.
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The next 12 months will bring some substantial changes to the way school boards operate, and consequently, changes to the way school programs are designed and delivered.
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This fall employee housing has been discussed, debated, deflated, kicked around and finally deferred so that now the term has become defiled.
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Mountain culture involves discovery and sense of place In Europe and Asia people have lived with the mountains for centuries. Small villages and communities developed in the mountains, often in isolation.