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Robert Wisla

Robert Wisla

Robert is a reporter with Pique Newsmagazine. He is new to the Sea to Sky, having moved to the region in 2022.

Robert grew up on the other side of the Coast Mountains in the province's Interior, living most of his life in the Village of Ashcroft and the City of Kamloops.

He attended Thompson Rivers University, graduating in 2019 with a Bachelor of Journalism and Public Relations.

Robert previously worked in communications and organizing for various non-profits in Vancouver, focusing on a range of social and political issues.

When he's not working, you can usually find him hiking, going for wine tastings or travelling around the world.

Email
rwisla@piquenewsmagazine.com

Recent Work by Robert

Pemberton wedding industry seeing surge in business

Pemberton wedding industry seeing surge in business

Thousands of people across the country who put their weddings on hold during the pandemic are finally getting married, leading to a surge in business for venues, vendors and planners across the Pemberton Valley.
Opinion: Are we ready for the City of Pemberton?

Opinion: Are we ready for the City of Pemberton?

Area C director Russell Mack seeks third term on SLRD board

Area C director Russell Mack seeks third term on SLRD board

Voters will elect an Area C director on Oct. 15
Whistler council approves Nordic housing development

Whistler council approves Nordic housing development

Fourteen employee-restricted townhomes and six market townhomes will be constructed in Nordic Estates
Green building policy could have widespread implications for Whistler’s construction industry

Green building policy could have widespread implications for Whistler’s construction industry

The draft policy sets performance guidelines and requirements for new buildings in the municipality
Council paves way for six-storey Whistler Blackcomb staff housing complex

Council paves way for six-storey Whistler Blackcomb staff housing complex

Whistler council approves rezoning and subdivision of 66-unit housing project, dubbed Glacier 8
PHOTOS: Nine graphs that explain Whistler's current GHG emissions

PHOTOS: Nine graphs that explain Whistler's current GHG emissions

Q&A: Meet Whistler’s new fire chief

Q&A: Meet Whistler’s new fire chief

Thomas Doherty took the reins July 18
Report projects temperatures in Whistler could rise up to 4.5 C by 2080

Report projects temperatures in Whistler could rise up to 4.5 C by 2080

With community-wide emissions rising 17 per cent last year, ‘time for extraordinary changes is now’
Whistler unveils finalized cannabis retail policy

Whistler unveils finalized cannabis retail policy

Policy sets approval framework and criteria, with up to five retail locations supported in the resort