• Issue of
  • Jul 8-14, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 28


  • W-B gives top marks to experimental hybrid truck
  • Whistler
  • W-B gives top marks to experimental hybrid truck

    General Motors is hammering out the design of a line of parallel hybrid trucks they hope to introduce to the North American market, and loaned one of their prototypes for a GMC Silverado to their partners at Whistler-Blackcomb last week for a test drive.
  • Whistler
  • French school presents student awards

    Whistler’s new French school, L’ecole La Passerelle / Les Aigons, wrapped up its first successful year at Spring Creek School this year with an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 24.
  • Whistler
  • Museum offers kids, parents summer relief

    It’s a familiar right of spring. When the school bell rings for the last time in June kids run from class, prepared to take up all the opportunities promised by a seemingly endless summer.


  • Music
  • Ear Candy

    Brian MacDonald – Crowley Band bass player, headbanger, humanitarian.
  • Arts
  • Art Junction to celebrate ownership change

    After assuming primary ownership of the funky Art Junction@Function Gallery & Frame Studio a couple months ago, Harvey Lim is finally ready to celebrate with a public reception in the gallery this Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m.

  • Arts
  • East meets west

    Banshee promises kitchen party vibe at Dubh Linn Gate

Food & Drink


  • Editorial

    We’re mad as hell and we’re going to take it some more
  • Maxed Out

    The whole truth and nothing but the truth… more or less
  • cybernaut

    Turning up the heat
  • cybernaut

    ISPs home free


  • Features
  • Whistler riders top Mad Trapper B.C. Cup

    It was another hot weekend for B.C. Cup racers as the annual Mad Trapper returned to Panorama last weekend for cross-country, downhill and four-cross events. As always, Whistler riders came away with their share of the hardware.
  • Features
  • STORMBC geared up for summer

    The summer season is underway for the Single Track Off Road Mountain Bike Club (STORMBC) with programs in Pemberton, Whistler and the North Shore.
  • Features
  • Gadd wins paragliding championship

    Dozens of paragliders dotted the skies over Pemberton last weekend, as competitors travelled from all over Canada and the U.S. to compete in the first ever Pemberton-Whistler Championships.
  • Features
  • Phat Wednesdays pick up speed

    The Phat Wednesdays Freeride Series, a set of six races through the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, continued on June 30 with a field of 45 racers taking part.

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