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If the state of British Columbia’s economy and political affairs in the spring of nineteen-hundred and ninety-nine could be represented by one location within the province it might be the Callaghan Valley.
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If there has been one consistent mantra for Glen Clark’s NDP government from the day it was sworn into office it is "we won’t cut funding for health care or education.
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About 10 years ago the Whistler council of the day tried to deny an escort service a business licence on the grounds that businesses aren’t allowed in residential neighbourhoods. It didn’t work.
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Gambling policy latest example of NDP’s contempt for local governments The NDP just can’t seem to get enough of gambling. They’ve done it with public money for years, the catamaran ferries and the "balanced" budgets being two examples.
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Evidence of just how busy this record breaking season has been can be found in the lineups — for lifts, on the highway and in the grocery stores — which are now nearly a daily occurrence.
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Sometime in the next few months the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District will hold a public hearing regarding Whistler’s application to expand its landfill again.
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The World Alpine Ski Championships wrapped up last weekend in Vail, and by Vail’s account they were a huge success. The Austrians and Norwegians, who collected 22 out of 30 medals, would also give glowing reviews of Vail 99.
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Skier visits are up 18 per cent over the same time last year, and last year was a record winter for Whistler-Blackcomb. An all-time record of 100,000 room nights was set in the month of January.
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If anyone ever needed an example of why the old adage "don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today" should be followed they need look no further than the chalet and villa issue now before Whistler council.
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Rumours — unconfirmed as of our press time on Wednesday — suggest Joe Sturich’s review of provincial liquor laws may hold some interest for Whistler.