Whistler to elect new mayor in October

Whistler to elect new mayor in October

Coun. Maxwell also out; others undecided ahead of Oct. 20 election


Several Wizard, Solar chairs allegedly stolen

Police Briefs: 'Robust' plan in place for May long

Whistler Fire Chief set to retire next month

Geoff Playfair leaves the department after serving for 36 years

Library releases new strategic plan

Proposed changes include increased lounge space, new classification system

Are municipalities ready for driverless cars?

Presentation details biggest tech revolution in decades

A tale of two farmers' markets

Behind-the-scenes dispute nearly kneecaps the 2018 Whistler Farmers' Market

Resilient Streets program and CFOW support Whistler community initiatives

Organizations teaming up to strengthen community connection

Wilhelm-Morden will not seek re-election in October

'It has been an absolute privilege,' mayor says

TAG recommendations presented

Transportation Action Plan deemed effective, but more work to be done

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Mountain News

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Ski areas see positive gains

Ski-area consultant breaks down the numbers

SLCC building new trail, outdoor classroom

Trail will 'tell the story of Spo7ez,' a shared Lil'wat and Squamish Village

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Tensions boil over at council meeting

Coun. Sue Maxwell criticizes RMOW budget process, drawing ire of mayor, staff

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'Shocking' study could have implications for fish-farming industry

Results show virus could pose risk to wild salmon

WB wins environmental award

Company named one of Canada's greenest employers once again

Fight against invasive species gets provincial support

Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council gets provincial money to carry on the good fight

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Bear Update

Black bear that swatted woman’s leg killed by conservation officers

COS ‘surprised’ by amount of attractants left unsecured as Whistler heads into bear season

Authorities on the lookout for another black bear in Whistler

Small bear is second in past week to demonstrate aggressive behaviour in search for food

more Bear Update »

Sea to Sky

Province says no to dogs in Joffre Lakes Provincial Park

Easy access—not dogs—is the real problem, say critics

No shortage of Sea to Sky summer camps

Here are several local options to keep your kids occupied this summer

Pemberton awards contract for Friendship Trail Bridge

Council Briefs: SLRD growth strategy; environmental goals

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