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


  • Whistler
  • Rail company wants Whistler's ideas

    Whistler businesses are getting a second chance to brainstorm with Rocky Mountaineer Vacations, the company that will bring tourist trains to the resort by May 2006.
  • Whistler
  • New events, collective novel added to WSSF

    The details of the 2005 Telus World Ski and Snowboard Festival became a little clearer last week, with some new variations to old events, the resurrection of an old Whistler classic, and the addition of a new literary experiment.


  • Antarctica can wait
  • Music
  • Antarctica can wait

    Canadian actor Bruce Greenwood juggling major motion picture with local music events
  • Arts
  • WSSF music series heating up

    String Cheese, Hot Hot Heat, Toots, Franti and Tuned Women on the roster while rumours swirl around new all-night party

Food & Drink


  • Editorial

    If you thought the last five years had been challenging…
  • Maxed Out

    A flight of fancy
  • Cybernaut

    Low tech budget


  • Features
  • Kokanee slalom draws a few

    Although turnout was down compared to the past two weeks, Kokanee Valley Race Series participants enjoyed another sunny, hard-packed day of slalom racing on Upper Cruiser Feb. 24.
  • Features
  • Whistler Paralympic hopeful wins comeback award

    Whistler’s Tyler Mosher, a partially disabled cross-country skier who is hoping to qualify for the 2010 Paralympics, won the Harry Jerome Comeback Award on Wednesday at Sport B.C.’s annual Athlete of the Year awards.
  • Features
  • Top golfers confirmed for Skins Game

    Vijay Singh, the number one ranked golfer in the world with nine victories in the past year, and long-hitter John Daly have confirmed their participation in the Telus Skins Game at Nicklaus North Golf Course, July 3-5.

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