Letters to the Editor 

Pay parking too costly

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Finally, you have to listen to the worries of this community, those people who elected you to serve them, and not rush headfirst into something that could be detrimental to the whole of the Village of Pemberton.

Zoe Martin


Farewell and thanks

As most of Whistler knows, Solarice Wellness Spa closed its doors last week.

It is unfortunate that the owners of Solarice, due to these hard times, were unable to keep it running.

For those that don't know, the yoga studio was the longest running studio in the village itself, and I had the pleasure and privilege of being there from the beginning eight-and-a-half years ago.

Although it is taught frequently that change is the only constant and that this is to be expected... it is shifts like these that are more challenging to accept. I can, however, appreciate all the good times that we shared as well as all the lessons learned.

I want to thank the yoga community for being so supportive to myself, and all the Solarice instructors, during this time. I also want to thank all my students and teachers (sometimes one and the same) for always being by my side. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to learn and grow with you all. I feel so blessed to have had such understanding people around me during this challenging year... with compassion you helped me to mourn and to heal.

Since we didn't get an opportunity to say good-bye I'm going to assume I'll see you all again sooner rather then later. In what capacity, where and when I am not sure of yet, but I'm not going anywhere. I love you all too much.

I finally have a website. I will update it frequently and let you know where I'll be teaching next. Classes, workshops, retreats and courses can be found at www.colleenfelgate.com .

I am confident our relationship will continue. I look forward to sharing more laughs and tears, and to our "bright" future together. Wishing you all the best.

Colleen Felgate




Looking for relief

I was hoping for my health's sake I would not get too excited about the next civic election. But now (Mayor Ken) Melamed wants to serve us for the third term. He wants to bring us more nice, expensive goodies we have to pay for and we cannot really afford. I am surprised he is running. With his many actions he polarized this community to the extreme. His car tires were slashed in an inexcusable act of protest.

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