• Issue of
  • Nov 4-10, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 45

News

  • Whistler
  • SAFE workers recognized

    Options for Sexual Health, Canada’s largest sexual health services organization, have recognized Whistler’s Rae MacDonald and Jane Shadley for their work in Whistler.
  • Whistler
  • Few Americans looking for flu shots in Whistler

    With the U.S. producing only half as many flu shots as it needs this year after one company’s samples came back contaminated, many Americans are looking to Canada, which will likely finish the flu season with a surplus of the vaccine.
  • Environment
  • Otters in our midst – Lutra canadensis

    River otters are one of 11 species of mustelid carnivores in British Columbia, the others being weasels (three species), wolverines, skunks (two species), martens, fishers, badgers, sea otters and mink.

A&E

  • Ear Candy
  • Music
  • Ear Candy

    With Trevor Anstey, a.k.a. DJ Rob Banks – hooligan on the decks at Tommy Africa’s, Garfinkel’s and the GLC.
  • Sweatshop coming through for a hip-hop Halloween
  • Arts
  • Sweatshop coming through for a hip-hop Halloween

    West Coast hip-hop collective Sweatshop Union is coming back to Whistler for a Halloween show at Garfinkel’s this Sunday evening, the same place they celebrated the release of sophomore album Natural Progression this past February.
  • Arts
  • The chosen one

    There’s a kitschy legend floating around jet-setting DJ John Howard (OM Records) - that the first time he ever mixed beats a beam of light shone down on his head.
  • Arts
  • Save some for King Django

    Local fans of old school ska and dancehall music will want to conserve their energy this Halloween weekend so they have something left for Monday’s visit from veteran East Coast performer King Django.

Food & Drink

Opinion

  • Editorial

    Who’s in charge of affordable housing?
  • Maxed Out

    The B-grade seasonal worker horror show
  • Cybernaut

    Tinker, tailor, solder, Wi-Fi

Sports

  • Features
  • Potter wins tough Lumpy’s Epic

    More than 50 people turned out to the fifth annual Lumpy’s Epic Run in Pemberton last Saturday, Oct. 23, enjoying spectacular fall views of the valley and Mount Currie covered in snow.
  • Features
  • SORCA seasons wraps up with Enduro

    The Squamish Off Road Cycling Association will wrap up its season this Saturday, Oct. 30, with the annual Bill Landry Loonar Enduro, a six-hour endurance race that will run until after dark.
  • Features
  • Youth soccer season winding up

    The Whistler Youth Soccer League is winding up a successful first season as part of the Squamish Youth Soccer, with most age groups wrapping up in the next few weeks.

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