Residents share opinions at Ironman open house


Some hope for change, while others express support

Two business owners affected by Subaru Ironman Canada said organizers have made some concessions to help over the years, but hope for more if the event is remaining in the Sea to Sky. Pemberton resident Nicole Shannon, who owns Keir Fine Jewelry in Whistler Village, attended the Resort Municipality of Whistler’s (RMOW) open house at the Maury Young Arts Centre on May 9 to find out more about the race’s plans for 2017 and, potentially, beyond.…

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May 10, 2017

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