June 06, 2003 Features & Images » Feature Story

Feature - Paving the way to the future 

$600 million in upgrades to the Sea to Sky Highway will service more than Whistler and the 2010 Olympics

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pics 7,8 Sherry Lundholm, owner of Sherry’s Cappuccino in Britannia Beach, has her finger on the pulse of tourism in the corridor.

pics 9,10 "Everybody is waiting for July 2," says Kirstin Clausen, curator of the Museum of Mining in Britannia.

pics 11,12 "The buses are going to go right by," says Lynn Boyd, a nine-year resident of Britannia. "But the upgrades will be good in the long run."

pics 13,14 Jim Kay, general manager of the Furry Creek Golf and Country Club, is excited about the Sea to Sky University and a new golf course. "There’s more to look forward to than a better highway," Kay says.

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