• Issue of
  • Aug 26 - Sep 1, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 35


  • Whistler
  • Positive results expected from High/Scope approach

    Program organizers contend that preschool teachers from the Sea to Sky corridor who were recently certified in the High/Scope Lead Teacher Training Program are already seeing positive results and can expect to see more as the program progresses.
  • Whistler
  • Mixed messages as Working Forest Legislation withdrawn

    The future of the B.C. government’s proposed Working Forest legislation is uncertain after Forest Minister George Abbot acknowledged that plans to legally designate almost half the land base of B.C. as Working Forest would not go to ahead.
  • Mountain News

    It’s still not 1999, but labour market tightens


  • Music
  • Ear Candy

    Rob Funk — guitar rocker, reggae drummer, piano man, CD producer, and hardest workin’ musician in town.
  • Dairy lovers beware!
  • Arts
  • Dairy lovers beware!

    Light-hearted activist documentary to wrap up Reel Alternatives summer series
  • Arts
  • Dance party to raise funds for healing

    Well known for their full-moon dance parties under the stars, DJ Tone and the Solartribe will move indoors to the Garibaldi Lift Co. this Sunday evening for a redemption-themed fundraising event.
  • Arts
  • Alberta’s finest

    Wedding singers turned punk-country rockers, The Uncas promise madness Monday at the Boot

Food & Drink


  • Editorial

    Tourism marketing and Victoria: the numbers speak for themselves
  • Maxed Out

    Why men don’t make ‘to do’ lists
  • cybernaut

    Olympics to showcase technologies


  • Features
  • Runners brave heat in 67 km STORMY race

    On a mild day the Squamish Test of Running Metal – Yeah! Race, better known as the STORMY, is a one of a kind challenge, following the entire 67.5 km Test of Metal mountain bike course.

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