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The Year 2000 may just signal that we’re getting older Back in the ’60s, when anything was possible, encyclopedias and other books of knowledge portrayed life in the next century as being very different from the life we led at that time.
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Just remember On Saturday morning Doug Forseth, vice president of operations for Whistler-Blackcomb, officially opened $13 million worth of new lifts, the Fitzsimmons and Garbanzo Express chairs on Whistler Mountain.
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Besides promising to open up a dialogue on the 2010 Winter Olympic bid, Don Calder, the chief executive officer of the Vancouver-Whistler 2010 bid corporation, touched on several issues Monday which to date haven’t been part of what little public dis
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Ever since Pique Newsmagazine was started five years ago we have tried to write about and focus on the larger issues, decisions and strategies affecting Whistler, as opposed to the day-to-day news events.
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Whistler is different things to different people, which is about as profound as saying Spuzzum is different things to different people. Every town in the world is unique in its own ways, and every person sees each town in their own way.
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So much for dissatisfaction with the current council.
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Endorsing political candidates has been part of the role of newspapers in communities around the world for many years. Whistler has been an exception to this tradition, until now.
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One of the most encouraging things about this year’s municipal elections is the number of people, particularly younger people, who have shown an interest in Whistler and decided to run for office.
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The first city council I covered as a reporter was in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, population 13,000. The population was 13,000 when I lived there in 1987; it was 13,000 in 1977 and it will probably be 13,000 in 2027.
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On Sept. 20 Intrawest’s Whistler South Comprehensive Development Strategy was on Whistler council’s agenda for third reading. It was pulled and re-scheduled to Oct. 4. On Oct. 4 the Whistler South CDS was pulled and re-scheduled to the Oct.