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25th Anniversary Issue - A week in the life of Pique 

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Reporter Joel Barde speaks to students at École La Passerelle about a recent trip they made to Les Deux Alpes, France.
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Reporter Joel Barde speaks to students at École La Passerelle about a recent trip they made to Les Deux Alpes, France.
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Senior reporter Braden Dupuis assumes a familiar position at the press table during a Whistler council meeting.
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Braden Dupuis interviews Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton following a council meeting.
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Social media reporter Megan Lalonde, right, and reporter Braden Dupuis watch the Whistler All-Candidates Meeting ahead of the Oct. 21 federal election.
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Editor Clare Ogilvie looks over the electoral hopefuls at the Whistler All-Candidates Meeting on Oct. 9.
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The Pique newsroom has, let's say, an odd interior design aesthetic, hence the flying cats.
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Whistler Magazine editor and former Pique reporter Alison Taylor chats with editor Clare Ogilvie on production day.
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Office pooch Teebo joins reporter Joel Barde on production day.
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Pique staffers line up to get their fill of a homemade feast, part of a weekly fall office tradition: "Crocktober."
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Pique features editor Brandon Barrett is an unabashed wrestling fan, as evidenced by the collection of action figures on his desk.
Pique production staff Lou Stevens (far), Whitney Sobool (left) and Claire Ryan (right) on a busy Wednesdays production day. That week's issue is laid out and checks are made for any last-minute fixes before sending it off to the printers. Photo by David Buzzard / www.media-centre.ca
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Production manager Karl Partington, a.k.a. "Big Daddy," "Large Father," and "K-Pop."
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Ad reps Amy Allen, left, and Anthony Joyce.
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Ad reps Amy Allen, left, and Anthony Joyce.
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Sales coordinator Amela Dizdaric, left, with sales manager Susan Hutchinson, as devoted office pup Chilko looks on.
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Art director Jon Parris with editor Clare Ogilvie.
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Pique staff pore over "The Wall" for any 11th-hour changes to the paper on production day.
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Office and accounts manager Heidi Rode, left, never fails to brighten up the office. Here, Heidi chats with publisher Sarah Strother. In the background multiple cupboards host Pique's many national and provincial newspaper awards.
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Office mannequin Horace is always available for hugs when the stress of the work day gets to be too much.
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Joel Franuelas looks over a test print of Pique Newsmagazine at Kodiak Press in Vancouver.
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Left to right: Todd Drinnan, Keith Gordey, Eligio Cabrera, Augustin Sollestre, Marvin Llagas and Joel Franuelas, the team at Kodiak Press.
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It takes several hours to prepare and print the 11,000 copies of Pique that get circulated every week.
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It takes several hours to prepare and print the 11,000 copies of Pique that get circulated every week.
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It takes several hours to prepare and print the 11,000 copies of Pique that get circulated every week.
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Left to right: Delivery drivers Drew Dodman, Bruce MacMillan, Jon Parris and Dan Falloon (the latter two double as Pique staff). Missing is long-time driver Mike Wild.
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It's an early morning every Thursday for Pique's drivers, who arrive at the office as early as 5:30 a.m. to deliver papers.
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