• Issue of
  • Nov 25 - Dec 1, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 48


  • Whistler
  • Giving tourists the eyeball

    A new fast lane from Canada to the U.S. that uses iris scans to verify identities is getting a trial run at the Vancouver International Airport this fall.
  • Whistler
  • RMOW gets first LEED rating

    The municipality has officially received its first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certificate for the Spring Creek Fire Hall.


  • Bill’s goes improv with Danylo show
  • Arts
  • Bill’s goes improv with Danylo show

    He writes. He acts for TV and film. He’s done gigs in Vegas where he’s dined amongst seasoned showgirls and other stage folk at behind the scenes, performers-only buffets.
  • Arts
  • Film Nights IV calls for screenings

    Film Nights IV – the independent film community’s fourth screening night at the HUB Film and Internet Lounge – is calling for submissions for the next event on Tuesday, Nov. 30.
  • Arts
  • Soul at the Boot

    Florida’s Mofro brings the front porch to the locals’ living room
  • Arts
  • The Bums are back in town

    Ski Bums, the acclaimed Whistler-based documentary examining the hardcore pow-hound counterculture is screening at MY Place on Friday, Nov. 19.

Food & Drink


  • Editorial

    Pressure on Callaghan Valley stakeholders
  • Maxed Out

    The odometer turns over and adds another digit
  • Cybernaut

    The Firefox in Microsoft’s coop


  • Features
  • Whoosh battle for bronze

    The Whistler Whoosh women’s volleyball team got off to a strong start on Sunday in the first B.C. Volleyball Association tournament of the season.

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