• Issue of
  • Oct 14-20, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 42


  • Whistler
  • Strahl appointed deputy speaker

    Chuck Strahl, the MP who represents Pemberton and D’Arcy in Ottawa, now has something else to add to his resume: he has been appointed Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons.
  • Whistler
  • Commuters up to the Challenge

    As part of the annual Whistler Commuter Challenge, Slope Side Supply, Pique Newsmagazine and other sponsors hosted the second annual Coffee Bike Relay around Function Junction on Thursday, Sept. 30.


  • Music
  • Ear Candy

    With Milton Currie — House-master, Easygroove Kingpin and Whistler’s Favourite DJ (Pique’s Best Of Whistler 2003 Poll).
  • Whistler to witness Disorderly Conduct
  • Arts
  • Whistler to witness Disorderly Conduct

    Derek Westerlund and the crew from Nelson, B.C.-based Freeride Entertainment are screening the fifth instalment in their New World Disorder mountain bike film series in Whistler this Sunday evening.
  • Arts
  • Province to honour practical arts

    The British Columbia Achievement Foundation and Premier Gordon Campbell announced the first British Columbia Creative Achievement Awards on Monday.

Food & Drink


  • Editorial

    Housing is the issue, again
  • Maxed Out

    To the Prince of Wales’ good health, and other stuff


  • Features
  • One down, two to go

    Whistler hosted the first of three school district cross-country runs on Thursday, Sept. 30, with schools participating from Whistler, Squamish, Pemberton and Mount Currie.
  • Features
  • Nervous but nervy

    Whistler’s C.J. Derpak is ready to compete with the best in the west on home ice
  • Features
  • Telus signs $4 million deal with ACA

    Alpine Canada Alpin inked an important eight year, $4 million contract with Telus last week, boosting funding for elite athletes with a goal of winning at least three alpine medals when Canada hosts the 2010 Winter Games.
  • Features
  • B.C. skiers recognized

    Alpine Canada Alpin presented seven awards to members of the national skiing community at their annual congress and general meeting in Calgary last week.

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