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April 15, 2018

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carrot, whistler, Twigs

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Pachycephala rufiventris pallida

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Whistler mathletes compete at University of Waterloo

chaletaccommodationswhistler.com – WSS team finished 32nd in the Canadian Team Mathematics Competition earlier this month While it’s pretty common to hear about Whistler students accomplishing impressive athletic achievements, one Whi…

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16th April 2018 – New Moon in Aries

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Whistler mathletes compete at University of Waterloo

WSS team finished 32nd in the Canadian Team Mathematics Competition earlier this month

While it’s pretty common to hear about Whistler students accomplishing impressive athletic achievements, one Whistler Secondary School (WSS) team recently proved that they’re just as capable of leaving their mark on the academic world as they are on the snow, trails or ice. Grade 12 students Rena Nakajima, Leah Brownlie and Lucas Unruh, along with Grade 11 students Molly Long, Lauren Wentzel and Angela Tangonan and teacher Katherine Colpitts recently returned from the Canadian Team Mathematics Competition, hosted by the University of Waterloo.…


State of the union

Why unions at ski areas are so hard to create (but they do exist)

Mont Tremblant is unlike most ski resorts in North America, in that its employees belong to a union, the Fedération du Commerce. It’s not just a union of ski patrollers, as exists at five resort areas in the United States.…


Switzerland defends 26th Whistler Cup

Ontario 1 triumphant in the overall U14 event

Switzerland scored its second consecutive Mackenzie Investments Whistler Cup in 2018. The squad, despite not being quite as dominant as in its 2017 victory when it took five of nine women’s medals, still impressed in U16 action this year.…


Brown takes second medal of Whistler Cup

April 14, 2018

Lafreniere tops U14 parallel slalom for second medal

Sarah Brown won Canada’s second gold medal of the Mackenzie Investments Whistler Cup on Saturday. The Ottawa racer topped the U16 slalom competition, besting Switzerland’s Sarah Zoller by 0.74 seconds and Israel’s Noa Szollos by 2.55 seconds.…


Rey and Préfontaine take top spots in Saudan Couloir ski race

Iconic ski race was a big success, say racers and spectators

For the first time in over 15 years, racers charged down the iconic Saudan Couloir on Saturday, April 14. Taking a course that saw them zigzag down the face of the couloir, onto Blowdown, and into Jersey Cream, participants ended the race near the entrance of the Jersey Cream Express.…


Lafreniere excels in slalom

April 13, 2018

Canadian Profitt tops field on Day 1

Whistler Mountain Ski Club’s Kaila Lafreniere showed what she could do on her home mountain at the Mackenzie Investments Whistler Cup on Friday. Lafreniere finished behind only American Jessica Blackburn in the two-run U14 slalom, 3.62 seconds back of top spot, while also edging New Zealand’s Mikayla Smith.…


Vietnam’s stairway to heaven

April 11, 2018

All that separates the path between heaven and hell is a long flight of 156 stairs carved into the side of Water Mountain. I bought a ticket to the cave representing a Buddhist version of “purgatory” on this ancient pilgrimage route.…


Seesaw science and wonderment for Earth Day

There’s a way — but do we have the will?

The first edition of Scientific American hit the streets on Aug. 28, 1845. The ornate flag on the front cover—an etching—embraces, among other things, a charming steamboat, a giant bridge, a windmill, and a gushing waterfall alongside a plain, utilitarian building (hydroelectricity?).…


Reports emphasize urgent need to reverse biodiversity decline

Our health, well-being, food security, energy and economic progress depend on healthy, diverse nature. Clean water and air are essential to human life and health.…


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