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  1. The Outsider: Realizing ski town NIMBYismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | Madison Publishing

    The Melvin Creek Valley along the Duffey Lake Road was a proposed by Nancy Greene Raine and Al Raine as a site for a 14-lift ski resort in the early '90s. It never went ahead due to ongoing protest from the St'A t'imc First Nation.


  2. Mountain Town News: Vail expects growth at Whistler. But can it?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | The Summit Daily News

    The price Vail Resorts has agreed to pay for Whistler Blackcomb is substantially higher than the industry average. It reflects an assumption of growth.


  3. Double standard in the Sea to Sky Corridor, group saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Squamish Chief

    The pink lines are named and mapped heli-ski runs in the Whistler Heli Skiing tenure that end at small black circles. The small black circles are helicopter landing zones where the skiers are picked up by helicopter at the end of their ski run.


  4. The Wellness Almanac: Offshoots of a Slow Food CycleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Madison Publishing

    When I call Bruce Miller, he's busy cleaning up the farm in anticipation of Sunday's Slow Food Cycle. Hosting thousands of strangers on a farm requires some serious landscaping.


  5. What does Vail's takeover mean for the future of the Spirit Pass?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Pique News Magazine

    TRAINING DAY Restaurateur and TV personality Vikram Vij addressed the Fairmont Chateau crowd last year as part of the Whistler Experience training program. Many questions are still to be answered following last week's announcement of Vail Resorts' $1.4-billion friendly takeover of Whistler Blackcomb .


  6. Choose to live the dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Pique News Magazine

    It's the rare landlord who pays much more than lip service to the building he/she owns and rents. Just enough capital investment to keep the damn thing from crumbling to the ground and cutting off the flow of money, honey.


  7. Mountain News: Reaction to Vail purchase of Whistler BlackcombRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Pique News Magazine

    One obvious answer is that it puts even greater importance on the Mountain Collective. Launched by the Aspen Skiing Co.


  8. B.C. approves Valemount glacier resort planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | The Free Press

    The B.C. government has approved a master development plan for a new year-round ski resort in the Cariboo Mountains west of Valemount. Valemount Glacier Destination Resort is a $175 million project led by Oberto Oberti, who designed the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort near Golden and the controversial Jumbo Glacier Resort proposal west of Invermere.


  9. This is an exterior rendering of the new Spectrum Center signageRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 17 | WBTV

    The Charlotte Hornets will announce Wednesday that the team's uptown home is changing its name following Charter Communications' purchase in May of Time Warner Cable, Charlotte's dominant cable provider. The name change is slated to take place before the season starts at the end of October, Hornets President Fred Whitfield told the Observer.


  10. Ninth annual Great Canadian Cheese Rolling Festival returns to Whistler this SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | The Georgia Straight

    A highly-anticipated race will be taking place this weekend-but don't expect the conventional running marathon or bike competition. Adventurous participants will be chasing an 11-pound wheel of cheese at the ninth annual Great Canadian Cheese Rolling Festival at Whistler Blackcomb on Saturday from 11 to 4 p.m. For those who aren't familiar with the history of cheese rolling, the peculiar event originated from the United Kingdom and has taken place since the fifteenth century.


  11. One year later, Family Dollar deal spurs uncertainty in MatthewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | WBTV

    A year after buying Matthews-based Family Dollar Stores, rival Dollar Tree says it's making progress in melding the two companies together. The Virginia-based company has been refreshing Family Dollar locations, and re-bannering others as Dollar Trees.


  12. BIV 24: Olympics, Brexit and the Whistler-Blackcomb dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | Vancouver Courier

    Patrick Blennerhassett welcomes BIV's new multimedia reporter Hayley Woodin to talk about the cost-benefit analysis of the Olympic games. Vancouver was a blast, but was the price tag worth it? After that, the Bank of England has cut its interest rate for the first time in seven years, and announced a stimulus package in the wake of Brexit.


  13. Locals react to Vail Resorts dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | Madison Publishing

    Vail Resorts, Inc. announced last week their plans to purchase Whistler Blackcomb in an estimated $1.4 billion deal. Photo by File While questions still circle around the $1.4 billion sale of Whistler Blackcomb to the Vail Resorts, both Vail and WB executives assure Whistlerites it will be business as usual for operations.


  14. Southern B.C. to experience cold, snowy winter according to Farmers' AlmanacRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | GlobalNews

    You might want to invest in a good pair of snow tires, as southern B.C. might be in for a cold, snowy winter if the Old Farmers' Almanac forecast proves accurate. The 224-year-old weather forecasting guide has released their extended forecast for this winter and into October 2017 : it predicts the southern area of B.C., from Prince George and Cranbook to Vancouver, will see colder-than-normal temperatures with more precipitation than usual.


  15. Hitting the plastic slopes: Climate change pushes ski resorts to 'weatherproof'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 13 | CBC News

    Chairlifts remain idle in the absence of snow at the Glen Eden ski hill in Milton, Ont., on Dec. 22, 2015. A consistent lack of snow due to climate change is a serious threat that has led ski and snowboarding resorts around the world to try to 'weatherproof' their businesses, says Peter Williams, director of Simon Fraser University's Centre for Tourism Policy and Research.


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    Friday Aug 12 | Prince George Citizen

    I noticed on your "Timeline for Development of Whistler- Blackcomb" article, page 11 of the August 9th edition, that there is no mention of the B.C. government's injected bailout funds, . This was anywhere from $1 billion to $1.4 billion to the privately-owned ski resort.


  17. $1-billion Squaw Valley development plan moves closer to approvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | Los Angeles Times

    A sweeping development plan at the ski resort near Lake Tahoe that hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics has moved a step closer to reality. The Placer County Planning Commission voted 4-2 Thursday night to approve the Squaw Valley expansion project and forward it to the county commission for final consideration.


  18. Whistler Blackcomb reports increase in third-quarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | Pique News Magazine

    Whistler Backcomb's revenue for the first nine months of 2016 was 22.9-per-cent higher than the equivalent period last year. The results, released Wed., Aug. 10, show revenue of $278.7 million for the first nine months of 2016 - a 22.9-per-cent higher revenue than the equivalent period last year.


  19. Squamish news briefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | Squamish Chief

    The Squamish Chief has a new editor. Government money for local trails. Vail Resorts takes over Whistler Blackcomb.


  20. Son of Vail founder on Whistler deal: 'Finally, they bought a real mountain!'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    Seibert, the son and namesake of one of Vail's founders, was among a few hundred people who turned out Tuesday for a Vail community picnic at the Donovan Pavilion. Talking with friends, Seibert said Monday's announcement that Vail Resorts will acquire the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in British Columbia is a good move for the company.