• Issue of
  • Sep 2-8, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 36

News

  • Whistler
  • Stawamus Chief sightseeing gondola goes public

    A proposed sightseeing gondola on Squamish’s Stawamus Chief has been a poorly guarded secret for some time, but the proponents say the provincial assessment process is holding up full public discussion of the project.
  • Whistler
  • WB Foundation fundraiser returns to Big Sky

    For the first time in four years the Whistler-Blackcomb Foundation’s fundraiser will be held at the Big Sky Golf & Country Club in Pemberton and a nine-hole competition has been added to the program.

  • Whistler
  • Vacancies at campgrounds, motels

    The BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association (BCLCA) has reported that small operators such as motels, small resorts, RV parks and campgrounds, are experiencing a decline in business this year.

A&E

  • Arts
  • Pemberton skate park gets some Action

    The Pemberton Skateboard Park Society has enlisted Whistler’s own good time funk rockers Slow Nerve Action for a fundraising event this Thursday at the Pemberton Hotel.
  • Arts
  • Bird lays the creative process bare

    Artist Cameron Bird is laying the creative process bare in a new exhibit launching tomorrow at Whistler’s Adele Campbell Fine Art Gallery.

Food & Drink

Opinion

  • Editorial

    Province’s resort strategy will be put to test in next few months
  • Maxed Out

    Olympic ideals, a perfect world… and reality
  • Cybernaut

    Supporting athletes online

Sports

  • Features
  • More to the STORMY story…

    In last week’s coverage of the Squamish Test of Running Metal – Yeah! race, a 67 km ultra trail run around the Test of Metal course, Pique’s coverage missed a pair of local runners.
  • Features
  • Ultimate players net medals at nationals

    Whistler didn’t send a team to the Canadian Ultimate Championships in Vancouver this year, but that didn’t stop some of the top players joining other teams in the city to battle for national titles.

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