• Issue of
  • Jan 20-26, 2005
  • Vol. 12, No. 3

News

  • Whistler
  • Body found in Rutherford identified

    The RCMP has identified the body discovered in Rutherford Creek on Dec. 14 Ð a victim of the Oct. 18, 2003 flood that washed out the bridge linking Pemberton to Whistler Ð as that of 35-year-old Pemberton resident Robert Michael Leibel.
  • Whistler
  • Snowboarder found dead on Whistler

    A 30-year-old British snowboarder was pronounced dead on arrival at Whistler Medical Clinic on the weekend after he was found unconscious by his wife in Harmony Bowl on Whistler Mountain.
  • Whistler
  • Kings and queens of the rail

    The second King of the Rail contest of the season got underway under the lights on Saturday night, Jan. 8, with another strong turnout of riders and skiers.
  • Whistler
  • Bigger crowd for second KVRS

    After a slow start to the season organizers were ecstatic to see a field of almost 70 athletes turn out to the second race of the Kokanee Valley Race Series on Thursday, Jan. 6.

A&E

  • Sanchez back for Altitude 13
  • Music
  • Sanchez back for Altitude 13

    House music superstar DJ Roger Sanchez is returning to Whistler to headline one of the biggest parties of the year, the Altitude Snowball.
  • Arts
  • The Path opening delayed

    Local art lovers hoping to experience Whistler’s newest gallery this weekend will have to hold tight for a few more days.
  • Arts
  • Partnerships key for first round of ArtsNow funds

    Over 50 representatives of arts and culture organizations from Squamish to Mount Currie turned up at MY Place last Monday afternoon to hear ArtsNow executive director Lori Baxter’s description of what her organization "isn’t"

Food & Drink

Opinion

  • Editorial

    Interest in Whistler affairs likely to increase in 2005
  • Maxed Out

    Happy birthday mama Maxwell
  • Cybernaut

    Tsunami relief

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