June 27, 2019 Slideshows

Partial recall for the week of June 27 

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Photo by Megan Lalonde
PUTTING OUT FIRES Pique joined Whistler mayor and council on Tuesday, June 25 for a firsthand look at how the Whistler Fire Rescue Service firefighters train and what tools they have at their disposal.
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VROOM VROOM The Porsche Rally took over the Pemberton Airport on Saturday, June 22.
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WHISTLER TREX WINNERS Five Whistler Trex (a Girl Guide program for girls aged 12 to 17 that focuses on the outdoors and camping) were joined by Whistler RCMP member Cst. Jessica Mucha as they received their Canada Cord, the highest award at their level, earlier this month. L to R: Shira Flann, Cst. Jessica Mucha, Ashley Knapton, Nancy Knapton, Sacchi Train, Charlie McCullough, Emily Stalker and Emma Mullings.
Photo by Jenelle Pritchard
FIRE SEASON A wildfire burning between Horseshoe Bay and Lions Bay has caused several delays for commuters along the Sea to Sky Highway since it broke out on Sunday, June 23.
Photo by Cathy Jewett
GREAT LAKE CLEANUP Planning on taking a dip in any of Whistler's lakes this summer? You can thank the team of volunteers who came out on Saturday, June 22 as part of the seventh annual Great Lake Cleanup for keeping Whistler's waters pristine.
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GLACIER MELT Forget the summer solstice—this is the real sign of summer's official arrival. Despite foggy, cold weather, Wedgemount Lake was completely melted on Sunday, June 23.
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WHITEWATER RODEO More than 230 locals came together for a day of fun and fundraising on Tuesday, June 18 in support of the Zero Ceiling Society of Canada's fight to end youth homelessness. The community raised $30,000, while team 'Blood, Sweat and Beers' took home the winning paddle—after winning a tie-breaking dance-off at the after party. The all-green team, otherwise known as 'Team Missionary' took home best costume.
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PUMPED The Green Lake Gas Station celebrated its three-year anniversary on Friday, June 21.
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Photo by Megan Lalonde
PUTTING OUT FIRES Pique joined Whistler mayor and council on Tuesday, June 25 for a firsthand look at how the Whistler Fire Rescue Service firefighters train and what tools they have at their disposal.

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