If honesty truly is its own reward, then one Vancouver parent has something good coming his or her way.
Stuart Rempel, the vice president of marketing and sales for Whistler-Blackcomb received a letter on Sept. 11 with a $20 bill and a note explaining why. It seems that the sender mistakenly bought a half-day childrens ticket for their 13-year-old son last year when they should have bought a more expensive youth ticket.
"Its amazing that somebody is so honest," says Rempel. "Its too bad the letter didnt have a return address."
Rempel donated the cash to the Whistler Food Bank.