• Issue of
  • May 12-18, 2005
  • Vol. 12, No. 19

News

  • Whistler
  • One more candidate to consider

    Just one hour before nominations closed on candidates running in the provincial election, Barbara Ann Reid joined the fray in the West Vancouver-Garibaldi Electoral District for the B.C. Conservative Party.

A&E

  • Porn again
  • Music
  • Porn again

    Slow Nerve Action’s Lovenasium a funked-up musical orgy

Food & Drink

Opinion

  • Editorial

    The value of the all candidates meeting
  • Maxed Out

    Get back to the bargaining table, both of you
  • Cybernaut

    Back to basics

Sports

  • Bike Park opening breaks records
  • Features
  • Bike Park opening breaks records

    The Whistler Mountain Bike Park had another record-breaking opening last weekend, with 1,100 riders coming out for the parkÕs earliest opening in history.
  • Features
  • Locals flock to Vancouver International

    There was a record turnout for the 34th annual Adidas Vancouver International Marathon on Sunday, with more than 4,012 people finishing the full 42.2 kilometres and 6,590 completing the half marathon.

Features & Images

  • Dennis Perry, Green Party of B.C.
  • Feature Story
  • Dennis Perry, Green Party of B.C.

    Dennis Perry was a natural choice for the B.C. Green Party, which is seeking to be taken seriously by voters in the 2005 election as a legitimate and realistic alternative to "politics as usual."

  • Joan McIntyre, Liberal
  • Feature Story
  • Joan McIntyre, Liberal

    Joan McIntyre co-founded the polling firm McIntyre & Mustel Research Associates Ltd. in 1980. She sold her interest in the company in 1996 and has since done independent work, concentrating on the qualitative side of the research business.
  • Lyle Fenton, NDP
  • Feature Story
  • Lyle Fenton, NDP

    A life-long resident of Squamish, Lyle Fenton served as a Squamish councillor from 1996 to 1999 and has remained active on various issues through his involvement with the water caucus of the B.C. Environmental Network.

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