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Whistler

library

Library gets room to breathe The biggest borrowing in the history of the Whistler Public Library is scheduled to take place starting Monday.

gambling

Public gets say on VLT bylaw Dec. 19 A public hearing will be held Dec. 19 on a zoning amendment bylaw which proposes to prohibit all forms of gambling, including video lottery terminal gambling and off-track betting, within the municipality.

film commission

Film Commission rolling Impressive views of the Coast Mountains, old-growth forest, raging rivers, a rugged Pacific Coastline and one of the most breathtaking highways in the world make the Sea to Sky Corridor a destination for hundreds of thousands

cupe contract

CUPE reaches agreement with school board After almost a year without a contract the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the Howe Sound School District have come to a tentative agreement.

callaghan

Callaghan study not a threat to backcountry recreation Tenures will be extended until final decision made Backcountry tour operators in the Callaghan Valley will not be left out in the cold if the provincial government hasn't made a land-use decision

smythe weather

Smythe excelerating meteorology When looking for weather predictions many folks turn to those witty fellows on the radio, TV and even the newspaper.

nebbeling liberal

Nebbeling accepts Liberal nomination Saying he would be giving up the best job in B.C.

law suit

Negligence suit thrown out The ski area liability waiver has withstood another challenge by an injured skier. A B.C. Supreme Court judge this week dismissed a negligence suit filed by a Montreal woman against Blackcomb.

gambling

Council pulls plug on video lottery terminals Referendum on the way Whistler council is moving to head off video lottery terminals before they reach town. The B.C.

freestyle

Blackcomb bump run honors mountain designer Garry Davies spent 15 years tramping around in the bush on Blackcomb and when he passed away last summer most of the runs on the mountain stood as a legacy to his dedication to mountain design.