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Progress on employee housing is an attitude thing It was difficult to tell if there was any progress made on the employee housing front this week.
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To understand the way politics work in this province sometimes it is better to skip the writings of John Locke and go straight to Joseph Heller. The Howe Sound school district, like many school districts in B.C.
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Time to confirm Olympic bid, or not Whistler, not unreasonably, takes a certain amount of pride in its pioneering ways.
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A political review of Canada in the spring of 1998: Former prime minister Brian Mulroney receives the Order of Canada for all he’s done for our country, and Canadians from sea to sea to sea reach for the Scope to get that bad taste out of their mouth
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It’s unlikely one British Columbian in 100 could today recite anything meaningful about the status of treaty negotiations, the process having become so muddied in recent months with federal and provincial governments and some First Nations wanting to
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Since the news filtered out late last year that a joint Vancouver-Whistler bid for the 2010 Winter Olympics was being considered public discussion has been underwhelming.
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Will $120,000 study save $4 million? It hasn’t received as much coverage as it deserves, but the findings of the study on phosphorus levels in the Cheakamus River, released last week, holds significant consequences for Whistler and everyone who uses
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It will likely be September before a draft of the transportation master plan is made public but in August Whistler will get a glimpse of the future, or at least what the future will look like if no changes are made to current transportation systems a
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A public information meeting Monday regarding the future road network that will serve White Gold and the new Spruce Grove subdivision was a prime example of what Whistler, as a town, is all about in the latter years of the 20th century.
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"Why isn’t my office there anymore?" Councillor Nancy Wilhelm-Morden asked during Monday’s council debate on the original Whistler Village and efforts to "revitalize" it. Good question.