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Braden Dupuis

Braden Dupuis

Braden is the editor of Pique Newsmagazine. He’s lived in Whistler since 2014, when he moved to the West Coast from the flat, cold expanse of the Saskatchewan prairies.

He likes punk rock music, the Montreal Canadiens, video games and irreverent humour. He’s a terrible skier but he tries and that’s all that matters.

Braden published his first byline in 2011, and has extensive experience in print, television, radio and podcast journalism. His work has been recognized with multiple awards at both the provincial and national level, including a nomination for B.C.’s prestigious Jack Webster Award.

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Recent Work by Braden

Whistler this morning—Monday, May 27

Whistler this morning—Monday, May 27

A quick look at weather, mountain and highway conditions in the resort
Opinion: It’s 10 p.m.—do you know where your identity is?

Opinion: It’s 10 p.m.—do you know where your identity is?

More and more, cyberattacks are looking like an inevitability
BC Hydro reporting power outage in Function Junction

BC Hydro reporting power outage in Function Junction

Tree down across wires; crew en route for repairs
Head-on collision halts traffic south of Whistler

Head-on collision halts traffic south of Whistler

Emergency services on scene; expect delays
Whistler grizzly now patrolling Cheakamus, Function: RMOW

Whistler grizzly now patrolling Cheakamus, Function: RMOW

'Residents and visitors are asked not to travel to these areas to view the bear'
Bye, bye, bed cap? Whistler gives first readings to provincial housing bill

Bye, bye, bed cap? Whistler gives first readings to provincial housing bill

Bill 44 ramps up density possibilities, while removing public hearings
Opinion: You wouldn’t poop in grandma’s living room, would you?

Opinion: You wouldn’t poop in grandma’s living room, would you?

'Respect nature or just stay home'
Popular Whistler parks a no-go this May long weekend

Popular Whistler parks a no-go this May long weekend

Full campfire ban in place; RCMP prepping increased presence
Whistler Village Canada Day parade to return in 2024

Whistler Village Canada Day parade to return in 2024

Non-motorized parade will showcase locals’ pride, creativity
Photos: Northern Lights over Whistler

Photos: Northern Lights over Whistler

Mother Nature put on a show this weekend
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