September 27, 2017 Slideshows » Features & Images

Partial recall for the week of September 28th 

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Photo by Michael Ruhr
Yeehaw! The Chris Buck band raised the roof and packed the dancefloor even tighter, bringing out the inner cowboy in everyone at the Pemberton Barn Dance on Saturday, Sept. 23. The fundraiser sold 600 tickets to raise money for various community projects, and was co-organized by the Pemberton Lions Club and the Pemberton Rotary Club.
Photo by Via de Agua Images
Grizzly bros Two young grizzlies play-fight in a lake in the South Chilcotins on Labour Day, taking a break from eating the nearby dogberries. Squamish photographer Tony Jovanovic was thrilled to snap them.
Photo by Jan Simpson
Remembering Miki Restaurateurs Toshi Saito and Rob McLean were among hundreds who turned out to remember co-founder of Sushi Village, Miki Homma, at his Celebration of Life on Sunday, Sept. 24.
Photo by Sarah Strother
New Team Whistler Blackcomb's top managers, including chief operations officer Pete Sonntag (centre), visited Pique's offices on Monday, Sept. 25, to meet reporters and talk about future plans. Accompanying Sonntag was senior communications manager, Marc Riddell, and director of government and community relations, Sarah McCullough.
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Sunny scribes Author Caroline Adderson (right) welcomed students to the writer-in-residence program on Atla Lake as part of the Whistler Writers Festival. A dozen local writers are having their manuscripts mentored with the award-winning author this fall. Learn more at whistlerwritersfest.com.
Photo by Coast Mountain Photography for the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation
Golf classic Attendees to the Telus Golf Classic bid on auction items in support of the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation. The Sept. 15 event raised over $200,000 for the local non-profit.
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Photo by Michael Ruhr
Yeehaw! The Chris Buck band raised the roof and packed the dancefloor even tighter, bringing out the inner cowboy in everyone at the Pemberton Barn Dance on Saturday, Sept. 23. The fundraiser sold 600 tickets to raise money for various community projects, and was co-organized by the Pemberton Lions Club and the Pemberton Rotary Club.

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