• Issue of
  • Feb 17-23, 2005
  • Vol. 12, No. 7

News

  • Late French immersion in question
  • Whistler
  • Late French immersion in question

    About a dozen parents lined up Tuesday to register their kids for Whistler’s first French immersion program, but whether the program goes ahead was still being discussed as Pique went to press Wednesday.
  • Whistler
  • Johnson vows to keep Ravens Crest alive

    One of the Ravens Crest proponents has pledged to make a different proposal to Pemberton council and the SLRD every month until the project is passed or until a new council is elected.
  • Whistler
  • Pemberton Benchlands goes public Feb. 10

    The highly anticipated Pemberton Benchlands project is schedule to be presented to the public on Thursday, Feb. 10 between 7 and 9 p.m. at the Pemberton Community Centre at 7567 Pemberton Meadows Road.
  • Whistler
  • How do you know when he/she is the one?

    "Every minute together doesn't seem long enough, the adventures you share just keep getting better and you love to share everything with each other because you are each other’s best friend forever.
  • Whistler
  • WSSF launches Perfect 10 contest

    To celebrate of the 10th anniversary of the World Ski and Snowboard Festival the organizers have launched a contest to win an all-inclusive trip for 10 friends valued at between $30,000 and $40,000.
  • Whistler
  • First Person: Eldon Beck

    The architect of Whistler Village looks back at the principles behind the design and how the village must continue to evolve

A&E

  • Arts
  • Celebration 2010 Whistler Arts Festival diary

    In addition to Monday’s performance by Vancouver-based Brazilian dance troupe Aché Brasil there are several other events this week in conjunction with the month long Celebration 2010 Whistler Arts Festival.

Food & Drink

Opinion

  • Maxed Out

    Feeding the ego and the industry
  • Cybernaut

    Romance for idiots

Sports

  • Features
  • Alpine cross-country trails a success

    It’s a small circuit, two loops of trail adding up to just 1.3 kilometres, but cross-country skiers are enjoying their new home outside the Roundhouse Lodge on Whistler Mountain.
  • Features
  • Masters strike Ross’s Gold

    Close to 50 skiers took part in the annual Masters Recreational Race Series on Sunday, Feb. 6, with races in both the sport and race categories taking their turns on the giant slalom course on Ross’s Gold.

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