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PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: The great gaslighting

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: The great gaslighting

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Plans A through Z: Tales from a tired Corona bride

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Plans A through Z: Tales from a tired Corona bride

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Whistler is having a conversation around mental health that is long overdue

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Whistler is having a conversation around mental health that is long overdue

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Guilt, discomfort, and progress

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Guilt, discomfort, and progress

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Lost in the Rush

PIQUE'N YER INTEREST: Lost in the Rush

"There’s a Rush lyric for everything, particularly for guys like me that are growing older and facing larger questions of mortality"
Take time to understand others' experiences

Take time to understand others' experiences

What's the best way to phrase this? I'll never be mistaken for a ballerina. Any excursion down a flight of stairs sounds like a herd of buffalo is barrelling down.
Be kind, be calm and listen to B.C.'s top doc

Be kind, be calm and listen to B.C.'s top doc

For many British Columbians, 3 p.m. (almost) every weekday over the last few months has offered a moment of calm amidst tumult. That's when we've gathered to tune in from our computers, radios, and TVs to hear our provincial health officer Dr.
Showing up is only the first step

Showing up is only the first step

Last month, Pique shared the story of a cyclist yelling at one of Whistler's earliest Japanese families to "go back to China" as he pedalled by on the Village Stroll.
What is our new normal supposed to look like?

What is our new normal supposed to look like?

Picture it: It's the first week of May 2020. Despite the fact that I've been self-isolating for what feels like approximately 38,672 days, the month of April somehow felt like a week, and my wardrobe consists solely of sweatpants.
Boys to damaged men

Boys to damaged men

Gentlemen, we have a problem. As the recent mass shooting in Nova Scotia once again demonstrates all too painfully, there's an inherent flaw in the male psyche that goes beyond nurture into our very nature.