September 13, 2017 Slideshows » Features & Images

Partial recall for the week of September 14th 

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A great reconciliation A new house post carved by Squamish Nation master carver Xwalacktun, fourth from left, was erected at the Cheakamus Centre on Friday, Sept. 8 with the theme of reconciliation. Also present were representatives of the Squamish Nation, the Cheakamus Centre and North Vancouver School District 44.
Photo by Rebecca Robbins
A magical day! Kate Whitley, account manager at Whistler Publishing LP (Pique and Question), tied the knot with her love Shane Gayton at Tyrol Lodge on Saturday, Sept. 9.
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Mountain hideaway The end of a milestone day pouring a concrete wall for the new Spearhead Hut on Wednesday, Aug. 30. The team poured 22 cubic metres over a 10-hour period with two A-Star helicopters. It was a long tricky day, with the work soon to break for the winter. The Coast Essential Construction crew are L to R: Troy Jungen, Trevor MacDonald, Kelven Vail, J.D. Hare, with volunteers Tom Vernon and Rodger Williams.
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rown beauty Pemberton dressage stable Dreamcatcher Meadows' "class of 2018" was inspected by international judge Dr. Ludwig Christmann from the Hanoverian Breed Society in Verden, Germany, during it's 20th-anniversary celebration on Saturday, Sept. 9. Co-owner John Dingle leads dam Delta Dear and her foal Whittaker DMV, which was ranked one of three premium-grade foals by Dr. Christmann and is now for sale.
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Firesmart team Members of the Rotary Club of Whistler Millennium were doing their part on Sunday, Sept. 10, clearing high-fire-risk debris along the Valley Trail under Firesmart team leader Scott Rogers' guidance. A worthy and timely initiative.
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Three generations L to R: Cathy Jewett, Eddie Jewett and Bryn Horner celebrate Cathy's 60th birthday. Friends and family enjoyed a swinging bash at the GLC on Sept.6. to celebrate Cathy's six decades.
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A great reconciliation A new house post carved by Squamish Nation master carver Xwalacktun, fourth from left, was erected at the Cheakamus Centre on Friday, Sept. 8 with the theme of reconciliation. Also present were representatives of the Squamish Nation, the Cheakamus Centre and North Vancouver School District 44.

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