• Issue of
  • Jun 17-23, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 25


  • Whistler
  • Bear activity calls for vigilance

    Two cinnamon-coloured yearling bears have continued to generate complaints in the past week. A bear trap was set in Whistler Cay earlier this week, where one of the two bears has been reported.
  • Politics
  • Council briefs

    Redevelopment plans for Boot Pub site include market townhomes, employee units
  • Bear Update

    Loss of dominant adult male


  • Arts
  • LUNA launches summer movie series

    LUNA, Whistler Community Services’ initiative to provide young adults with affordable, alcohol-free evening activities as an alternative to the bar scene, is back this Thursday after a six-week off-season hiatus.


  • Features
  • Gymnasts medal in final meet of year

    The Whistler Gymnastics Club finished their competitive season on a high note, returning from the Ogopogo 2004 gymnastics meet in Kelowna last weekend with medals and personal best performances.
  • Features
  • Soccer school returns to Whistler

    The European Football School, one of the premier soccer training programs in the province, is returning to Whistler for a week-long camp at the invitation of the Whistler Youth Soccer Club.

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