December 12, 2019 Slideshows » Features & Images

Partial recall for the week of December 12th 

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Photo by Peter Nowicki
SPEARHEAD CREVASSE A gaping bergschrund is clearly visible on the Spearhead Glacier—directly underneath a popular and currently unsafe ski line dubbed "Don't Swill"—in this photo captured on Monday, Dec. 9 around midday. If you're planning on heading into the backcountry this month, do your research and take proper precautions.
Photo by Megan Lalonde
PUPPY PUDDLE These eight-week-old members of Whistler Animals Galore (WAG's) "royal" litter—including Fergie and Kate—snuggle up for a snooze at the local animal shelter. Interested in giving one of these cuties a forever home? Head to WAG's website for more information about their adoption process.
Photo by Zoe Lomoro
WOMEN OF WHISTLER From left to right: Steph Corker, Matt Corker and Heather Odendaal are pictured at the Whistler Chamber of Commerce's Women of Whistler: Building the Dream Team event, held at the Audain Art Museum on Wednesday, Nov. 27. The Corker siblings, principal consultants behind human capital consulting firm The Corker Co. were keynote speakers on hand to help attendees take their companies to the next level.
Photo by Megan Lalonde
CHRISTMAS CAROL A group of Christmas carollers brought holiday cheer to Whistler Village on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Photo by Joern Rohde
CHAMBER CHAT Members of Whistler's business community gathered at the Whistler Chamber of Commerce's Holiday Power Lunch and Annual General Meeting to hear about Whistler Blackcomb's POWDER initiative (Providing Opportunity for Women through Diversity, Equality and Respect) on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Photo by Eric Beckstead
AWARDS SEASON Director Sophie Deraspe poses with the multiple awards earned by her film Antigone on the final day of the Whistler Film Festival—including the WFF Audience Award for Most Popular Canadian Film. Antigone is Canada's official submission in this year's international film Oscars category, and also won four of the festival's five Borsos Competition Awards, including Best Canadian Feature.
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A WALDORF WINTER Whistler Waldorf students kept spirits bright with a performance during the school's Winter Faire, on Saturday, Dec. 7.
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Photo by Peter Nowicki
SPEARHEAD CREVASSE A gaping bergschrund is clearly visible on the Spearhead Glacier—directly underneath a popular and currently unsafe ski line dubbed "Don't Swill"—in this photo captured on Monday, Dec. 9 around midday. If you're planning on heading into the backcountry this month, do your research and take proper precautions.

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