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tribal police

The controversial and sometimes tumultuous one-year postings of two RCMP veterans into the ranks of the Stl'alt'imx Nation Tribal Police will not be extended. Marc Tremblay and Joe DePaulo became the first RCMP officers in B.C.

sun peaks

Raines seek new challenges at Sun Peaks Al and Nancy Greene Raine have never stood still for long. After Nancy had won two World Cup titles and an Olympic gold medal she needed a new challenge.

peters sentenced

A night of silence ends By Lorraine Passchier In the early morning hours of Nov. 8, 1987 a group of young people drove down the main street of Mount Currie after a night of partying.

landfill

Just a bunch of garbage Social attitudes about trash will change when cost goes up It's going to become more expensive to get rid of garbage, but folks in Whistler just don't seem to care.

in five

Logging lobby gets new president The Soo Coalition for Sustainable Forests named Tom Bruusgaard as its new president last week.

history book

Pioneers' vision at heart of Whistler's history New book tells story of 13 people dedicated to making Whistler what it is Looking at Whistler from a 1994 perspective, it's easy to see the valley's potential and why the resort has become a success.

ted and dave

Political jousting match may end The political arena can often be vicious and mean, but a squabble currently underway between Whistler Mayor Ted Nebbeling and Independent MLA David Mitchell is getting out of hand.

ure creek

Lil'wat contemplating more blockades By Lorraine Passchier A native injunction and blockade action are looming as a group of Lil'wat attempt to overturn a B.C. Supreme Court appeal decision which dismissed their sovereignty suit last November.

sockeye

Birkenhead Sockeye returns down DFO officials sitting on numbers until Fraser audit over Missing Sockeye Salmon in the Fraser River have created a stir in the B.C. fishery that is being felt as far north as the Birkenhead River.

news in

Taking a gamble During a five-minute recess at Monday's special council meeting on video lottery terminals Don Pashleigh, manager of Tapley's, gave each of the council members present a break-open lottery ticket.