• Issue of
  • Feb 10-16, 2005
  • Vol. 12, No. 6

News

  • Whistler
  • Tsunami relief efforts continue

    More than a month after the Dec. 26 tsunami devastated regions around the rim of the Indian Ocean local fundraising efforts to help the survivors continue.
  • Whistler
  • Pushing snow

    Helicopters, modified snowcats part of Whistler-Blackcomb strategy to keep terrain, ski-outs open
  • Whistler
  • KVRS full speed ahead

    Despite the freezing rain and limited visibility, the Kokanee Valley Race Series went off as planned last Thursday, Jan. 27, with more than 40 participants – half as many as the previous event, but not a bad turnout with all things considered.

A&E

  • Arts
  • Howe Sound welcomes classical master

    Distinguished Canadian concert pianist Robert Silverman is making two appearances in Squamish this weekend as part of the Howe Sound Performing Arts Association’s 2004/05 Performance Series.
  • Arts
  • Snowboard art competitions coming to WSSF

    With photography, film and literary events already solidly embedded in its roster, the Telus World Ski and Snowboard Festival is moving on to the visual arts.

Opinion

  • Editorial

    Rebounding from the curse of Kamehameha
  • Maxed Out

    Out of the caves and into the light
  • Cybernaut

    Battle of the robot dogs

Sports

  • Features
  • Ski club adjusts training to weather

    The Whistler Mountain Ski Club is making the best of the weather conditions at home and the skiing conditions at other mountains to stay in shape for the competitive season.
  • Features
  • King of the rails

    There was another solid turnout for the athlete-judged King of the Rails, which took place under the light at the base of Blackcomb on Saturday, Jan. 29.

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