• Issue of
  • Sep 23-29, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 39


  • Whistler
  • MP Strahl to meet with constituents

    In anticipation of the first session of Canada’s newly elected House of Commons, the federal MP for Pemberton and D’Arcy, will be touring his riding during the next week.
  • Whistler
  • Deadline for Jumbo decision extended

    Opponents and proponents of the proposed Jumbo Glacier Resort in the Kootenay’s will have to wait until Oct. 18 to hear from the provincial government whether the project will go ahead or not.
  • Whistler
  • Rockfall injures two CN railway workers

    Two CN Rail workers were seriously injured Monday after boulders crashed down on them during rock stabilization work on the edge of Green Lake near the Nicklaus North Golf Club.
  • Whistler
  • Whistler celebrates B.C. Rivers Day

    The Whistler Fisheries Stewardship Group is going all out this year for B.C. Rivers Day, a province-wide celebration sponsored by the Outdoor Recreation Council of B.C.


  • Arts
  • Sea to Sky Film Fest screens lucky 13

    Squamish’s plucky little Sea to Sky Film Festival, a one-night gala of independent short filmmaking, is celebrating its ninth birthday next Friday evening with a 13-film lineup that includes three world premieres.
  • Arts
  • Brand Nubian border woes make for no-show

    Garfinkel’s Nightclub and local concert organizers Mountain Promotions were forced to refund several hundred advance-purchased $15 tickets last Sunday evening after NYC hip-hop crew Brand Nubian was denied access at the Canada/U.S. border.
  • Arts
  • Indie Film night gets a sequel

    Local independent filmmaker Davin Peterson is producing a sequel to last month’s inaugural short film screening night this coming Tuesday, Sept. 21 at the HUB Film and Internet Lounge in Creekside.

Food & Drink


  • Maxed Out

    You can’t play if you don’t win
  • Cybernaut

    E-mail scammers


  • Features
  • Wheel Up this Saturday

    After a year’s hiatus, the 11th annual West Side Wheel Up mountain bike ride and race will return this Saturday, Sept. 18.

Features & Images

  • Feature Story
  • A tale of two cities

    With Whistler’s tourism role well established, Squamish attempts to define what it means to be The Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada

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