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1978-2007

Photographs of various people skiing and snowboarding on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, cross-country skiing, aerial shots of the mountains and Whistler Village, early construction of Whistler Village, Creekside Gondola, the Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival, mountain views, Arnold Palmer golfing at Whistler Golf Course, the Delta Mountain Inn, ski racing at the Molson World Cup Downhill and Hochtaler Cup, canoeing, chairifts, the water slide at the Springs, hang gliding, hockey on a frozen lake, tennis, events on the mountain, Ski Scamps, RCMP, Willie Whistler, Christine's Restaurant at Rendezvous Lodge, snow bikes, sledding, catskiing, heli-skiing, snowboarding, fishing, alpenglow, deer, a gambling event at Whistler Conference Centre, Alta Lake, Whistler Cay, Andy and Bonnie Munster's cabin, Lyall Featherstone's cabin, Green Lake, the rescue cable car over the Cheakamus River in Cheakamus Crossing, a helicopter evacuating someone, Roundhouse Lodge, a helicopter at the microwave tower, alpenglow on Mt. Weart and Wedge Mountain, adaptive ski racing, fireworks, trampolining at the Highland Lodge, an event in the Myrtle Philip School gym, a car show in Village Square, Skier's Chapel, Nasty Jack's, Longhorn Saloon & Grill, Dos Senoritas Restaurant, the Jazz Festival on the mountain, Cheakamus Lake, aerobics, choir, sunsets, swimming pools, hotels, a Labatt's hot air balloon, Whistler Resort & Club at Nita Lake, freestyle skiing and snowboarding, ski ballet, Fitzsimmons Creek, Vale Inn, backcountry skiing, condominiums in the Benchlands, Secret Bowl, the Saudan Couloir, Black Tusk, Excalibur Gondola, Harmony Bowl, Symphony Bowl, Christmas lights, Whistler Peak, Village North, and Birkenhead Peak in Pemberton.

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Photographs of a 3-person chairlift covered in snow, a skier competing in a race on Whistler Mountain, a group of people gambling at a roulette table located at the [Whistler Conference Centre?], a large group of skiers on Blackcomb Mountain, Garry Watson with children playing miniature golf, a group of heli-skiers loading onto a helicopter, Whistler Village at night as seen from a ski run on Blackcomb Mountain, horses in a forest near a lake, a man with sunscreen all over his face, and aerials of Whistler Conference Centre in Whistler Village.

Week of January 12, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to hot air balloons; cross-country ski race; bingo; chairlift; skiing; Ski Inn
Appears in January 14, 1982 issue:
02-225-19. Pg. 3. Caption: Russ Shepherd portrait.
02-225-15. Pg. 20. Caption: And they're off ... into a tangle of skis and poles at the start of the ALSC half marathon Sunday, Jan. 10.

Week of January 19, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to band playing; portraits; art; gambling; bonfire; building the World Downhill course; handicapped ski centre; medics; reading; The Delta Mountain Inn
Appears in January 19, 1984 issue:
02-372-40. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Terry Redmond, 41, became the Whistler Resort Association's new general manager Sunday, Jan. 15. Redmond comes from Westours Inc., a Seattle-based firm specializing in tourist and resort business, where he was vice-president in charge of marketing. Redmond is married with two children and as he becomes familiarized with the WRA and Whistler, Drew Meredith, interim executive director, will slowly become less involved in the day-to-day running of the association.
02-372-14. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Doreen Williams, Mom, Port Coquitlam.
02-372-13. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Richard Young, Janitor, New Westminster.
02-372-16. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Sharon Middlekamp, Realtor, Vancouver.
02-372-2. Pg. 9. Caption: Folksinger Valdy played to packed houses at Dusty's Salooon Friday and Saturday nights and is warming up to a Canada-wide tour and relax of his first album in three years.

Week of January 28, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to buses; shoveling snow; dogs; skiing; hockey on outdoor rink; ski gear; Blackcomb Mountain; restaurant; musician playing; Lottery; election; watching the superbowl at The Brass Rail; telemark race winners;
Appears in January 28, 1982 issue:
02-224-47. Pg. 1. Caption: (L to R) Jack Cram, Ruth Lotzkar, Terry Rodgers and Russ Shepherd discuss the issues during the recent all candidates meeting.
02-224-104. Pg. 7. Caption: Get Lucky! Take a chance like Vicki Larson-Rodgers and Susan Gestrin are! Get your Lot-tery ticket from Rita Knudson who will be selling them in front of the Grocery Store Fridays and Saturdays 2-6p.m. and Sundays 1-4p.m. All proceeds go to the Whistler Health Care Society -- and you might win a $100,000 lot in Whistler Cay Heights.
02-224-92. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Coral Robinson, Office Manager, Resident of Emerald Estates
02-224-99. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Debbie Welder, Drugstore Clerk, Whistler Cay Resident.
02-224-88. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Mogul Monahan, Lift operator, Gondola Area Resident.
02-224-90. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Jerry Hartford, Carpenter, Tamarisk resident
02-224-96. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Laura Snetsinger, L.U.S.H. Tiling, Alpine Meadows resident.
02-224-94. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Robin Des Jardins, Machine Operator, Resident of Alpine Meadows.
02-224-105. Pg. 10. Caption: A confident McChance
02-224-28. Pg. 11. Caption: Brian Kutyn tries out the natural ice surface in the Recreation Centre. The rink is open 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. Mon-Fri and from 1 p.m. on weekends.
02-224-34. Pg. 12. Caption: The Brass Rail packed them in for Sunday's Superbowl presentation. Two extra T.V. Screens were installed specially for the occasion.
02-224-20. Pg. 13. Caption: Two contestants head down the dual slalom course on Blackcomb on Saturday's Pacific Telemark Series race.
02-224-26. Pg. 14. Caption: Top finishers in the telemark race held at Blackcomb Mountain Sunday, Jan. 24. (L-R) Peri Howlett - 2nd (women); Joh Anderson - 2nd (men); Finn Saarinen - 1st (men); Eileen Pursell - 1st (women).
02-224-78. Pg. 15. Caption: Dogs have been sprouting up all over the place -- including this planter at Tapley's.
02-224-19. Pg. 17. Caption: Looking as though he is kneeling on his skis, a racer heads through a gate during the recent telemark dual slalom on Blackcomb. For every gate that the racers pass through when not in the telemark position, they are assessed a penalty point.
02-224-16. Pg. 18. Caption: Supervised by a watchful dog, this Alpine Meadows resident shovels an accumulation of over one metre of snow off a shed roof on Saturday.
02-224-43. Pg. 20. Caption: Jan Holmberg and Ted Nebbeling keep the dough moving at the new Chef & Baker.

Week of March 15, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to 1984 World Cup ski racing; portraits; art; skiers; medal presentations for Men's Downhill; drinking; Willie Whistler; buffet; group photos; cleaning up after ski event; band playing outdoor concert; heli-skiing; helicopter interior; aerial views of the mountains; Billy Johnson; small airplanes; Pemberton Airport; buses; signing autographs; chefs preparing dinner buffet; men in costumes dancing; ski gear; gambling; Molly Boyd and the Children's Choir; Todd Brooker; Rob Boyd; dancing and acting; Serge Lang; DJ; outdoor inflatables and balloons; Hans Rammellmueller; Fischer ski tech for Podborski; Blackcomb Mountain; Expo 86 banner and parade; Whistler Conference Centre construction; marching band; party with hats; reading; Winterfest
Appears in March 15, 1984 issue:
02-361-45. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Several thousand people travelled from the gondola base to Whistler Village Sunday to see downhill winners Bill Johnson (U.S.), Helmut Hoeflehner (Austria) and Pirmin Zurbriggen (Switzerland) receive their soapstone sculptured trophies.
02-361-490. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Here she is, Winterfest Queen Barbara Chomos. She was selected from a field of eight competitors last Wednesday and is here crowned by Elandra Demidoff of Studio 83.
02-361-396. Pg. 6. Caption: [top] Standing room only was no exaggeration both Friday and Saturday night in the festival tent as Doug & The Slugs put on their best side for Winterfest. Both nights sold out, and estimates are that 2,000 danced their way through the tent Saturday.
02-361-409. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Another first in Canada! And it happened right here in Whistler! Yes. Mayor Mark Angus was seen issuing his own gag order Saturday night behind the scenes of the Grand Ball. Despite the efforts of Umberto Menghi, Angus insisted that restraint was necessary.
02-361-529. Pg. 8. Caption: A playful Expo Ernie floats high and might above all the excitement in the Village Square beer garden Thursday. After a magnificent Voodoo jet fly-past, Expo Ernie and hundreds of others paraded down to Mountain Square for the official opening ceremonies.
02-361-552. Pg. 9. Caption: One of the silent workers of the World Cup circuit, Fischer ski rep Peter Heenen prepares downhill racing skis Saturday for the following day's race.
02-361-25. Pg. 10. Caption: [top middle] Wendy Balmer, Liquor Store employee, Alta Vista.
02-361-353. Pg. 11. Caption: Hans Loschl serves but a few plates of antipasto for the 116 guests at Saturday's Grand Ball in Myrtle Philip School. Diners paid $125 each for the five-course dinner, with proceeds going to help defray Winterfest Society expenses.
02-361-439. Pg. 21. Caption: Todd Brooker, along with the rest of the Canadian downhill team, visited Myrtle Philip School last Wednesday, and in between signing autographs Brooker gave a short speech.

Week of May 23, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; running; cycling; Great Snow Earth Water Race; canoeing; limbo at Caribbean Night; band playing; podium; Whistler Village; Whistler Mountain; drinking; paragliding; the beach; dancing; helicopter; baseball; gambling; cars; Whistler Health Planning Society; clowns; children's bike rodeo
Appears in May 26, 1983 issue:
02-308-201- Pg. 1. Caption: [left] Moments of madness
02-308-232. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Moments of madness
02-308-293. Pg. 1. Caption: [middle] Moments of madness
02-308-72. Pg. 2. Caption: This fleecy rider just stopped in for a while to observe the scene at the Great Snow, Earth, Water Race. While master checked out some of the canoe action down by the river, moot-mutt stayed with the steed.
02-308-117. Pg. 3. Caption: "Team X" (Experimental?) tried out its stuff on the Great Snow, Earth, Water Race course May 22 for the first time and left many an experienced squad in its wake. Matt White, Cindy Hamilton, Lynda Hicks, Brent Muddy, and Lee Vogel hope to be back next year to defend their title.
02-308-178. Pg. 5. Caption: [left] Constable Richard Guay, the latest recruit to Whistler RCMP detachment. Guay, a native of Quebec worked most recently for the RCMP in Surrey.
02-308-249. Pg. 5. Caption: [right] This is what remains of a car driven by Mickey Taylor of Vancouver after it skidded off Highway 99 near the High Forest turnoff. Taylor and his passenger Warren Jones were injured in the accident and Whistler RCMP have charged Taylor with dangerous driving.
02-308-239. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Katherine & Kristine Berry, Grade one students, Burnaby.
02-308-243. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Joe Bowes, Consultant, Vancouver.
02-308-245. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Frank Stoltmann, Businessman, West Vancouver.
02-308-79. Pg. 7. Caption: Rod be limber, Rod be quick. Rod Harman was the lowest under the limbo stick at Carribbean Night III held at Stumps May 21. But the fate of the grand prize, a pair of Spalding kids, has yet to be determined. Lowest lady under the stick was Julie Lazarowica.
02-308-312. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] Chefs, firemen and even. E.T. turned out at the bike decorating contest Saturday with some fantastically creative ideas. Most Original: Christopher Forrest, on a fire truck complete with hose. Funniest: Stephanie Simpson as The Egg. Prettiest: Melanie Busdon as Miss Strawberry Shortcake. Here, Jake Eby revs up his Cessna.
02-308-4. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Sports fans turned out in droves to dig through the used equipment at Blackcomb Ski Club's sports swap during May Day Madness. The $1000 raised from sales will go towards building a club facility.
02-308-255. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] Gambling may be losing its popularity at Whistler, but these gals would disagree. (L to R) Bev Wylie, Penelope Domries, Barbara Tysick, Margaret Dedeluk and Cathie "Victorian" Greenwood had a gay old time tending bar at Casino Night Sunday. All proceeds go to Whistler Emergency Services.
02-308-190. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] They're off to a Le Mans start for the Eighth Annual Snow, Earth, Water Race in Whistler May 22.
02-308-25. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle] but many of the contestants weren't feeling so chipper by the time they reached the bottom of the hill.
02-308-55. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Though the temperatures verged on scorching, you can rest assured the couple below didn't take their plunge intentionally.
02-308-286. Pg. 10. Caption: Jeff Wuolle serves up pancakes to some of Whistler's finest flatfeet Saturday morning. Being served are (left to right) Constables Steve Davidson, Richard Guay, Rocky Fortin and Gord Simms. Rotary netted $231 for its pancake sales.
02-308-262. Pg. 14. Caption: Pumping your arm in a slightly different way than usual volunteer nurses and board members from Whistler Health Planning Society tested blood pressure for a small donation at their booth in Whistler Village during the long weekend. Treasurer Kathie Hicks (left) reported the society made $99 and lots of new friends during the weekend. Diana Safrick (right) was one of four nurses on the scene during the weekend.

Week of May 24, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; Great Earth Snow Water Race; biking; canoeing on Alta Lake; bridge; cowboy-themed evening of gambling; musicians; baseball; trampolining; Lillooet Lake Rodeo; cars; tennis; eating at a restaurant; lasso; roads; Whistler Village; children; cows; horses; fire; potato sack race; gondola; ski gear; Dave Murray; A. L. M. A.; A. L. L. A. Lager Inn; helicopter; cycling; widening the base of Olympic run by controlled blaze
Appears in May 27, 1982 issue:
02-286-9. Pg. 1. Caption: The Agony and The Ecstasy
02-286-104. Pg. 1. Caption: [inset top] The Agony and The Ecstasy
02-286-29. Pg. 1. Caption: [inset bottom] The Agony and The Ecstasy
02-286-138. Pg. 3. Caption: Sweet, sweet victory! Winning members of Allen No. 1 hoist their trophies to the sky. (L to R) Brian Allen (canoeist), Stephanie Sloan (cyclist), Dave Murray (skier), Marilyn Olthuis (runner) and Ken Hardy (canoeist).
02-286--387. Pg. 4. Caption: Yuichiro Miura -- better known as the man who skied down Everest -- was one of the many visitors to Whistler over May Day weekend.
02-286-192. Pg. 6. Caption: [top] May Day Madness
02-286-125. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] May Day Madness
02-286-30. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] May Day Madness
02-286-69. Pg. 7. Caption: [top left] May Day Madness
02-286-107. Pg. 7. Caption: [top middle] May Day Madness
02-286-215. Pg. 7. Caption: [top right] May Day Madness
02-286-251. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle left] May Day Madness
02-286-344. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle right] May Day Madness
02-286-379. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom left] May Day Madness
02-286-301. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom right] May Day Madness
02-286-281. Pg. 9. Caption: Brian Brown, who recently completed his B.C. Land Surveyors final exam and place first in his class. Brian now finally joins his father as a partner in the family surveying company.
02-286-147. Pg. 10. Caption: The Whistler Hobos finished near the back of the pack in Sunday's Great Race but Craig Barker, Mynon Pyroy, Bob Nodler, Diane Bishop and Alaisa Indo were up front in terms of fashion. Brian Pickering (front left) from Labatts presents team 65 with the best dressed team award.
02-286-298. Pg. 11. Caption: Bill Peterson, Kelly Maxwell and Al Raine try to keep up with the enormous thirst of crowds that packed the outdoor beer garden after Sunday's Great Snow, Earth, Water Race. Over 220 dozen beer were served during the day.
02-286-64. Pg. 14. Caption: Gerry Fosty deals 'em at the Casino Night put on at Myrtle Philip School May 23.
02-286-330. Pg. 16. Caption: Bruce Prentice of the Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation controls blaze set to burn brush cleared as part of the Widening of the base of the Olympic Run. The Olympic base will be 25 metres wider once clearing is completed.
02-286-64. Pg. 18. Caption: Everyone wanted a piece of the action during the opening day of the Lillooet Lake Rodeo May 22. This would-be cowboy tried to hang in there while his mount did all it could to dislodge the ridge and butt a canine antagonist.

Week of October 25, 1982 [2]

Photographs including but not limited to bingo; instruments; art; construction
Appears in October 28, 1982 issue:
02-298-6. Pg. 10. Caption: Mark Angus calls'em as Will Moffatt checks numbers during the Whistler Parent Teacher Committee Bingo Nite at Myrtle Philip School Oct. 22.
02-298-12. Pg. 14. Caption: [top left] Roy and Olga Tomlinson present "The Blue Heron", a stone lithograph by Roy to Inge Nielsen (organizer of the show) and Glenda Bartosh of the Whistler Community Arts Council.
02-298-16. Pg. 14. Caption: [top right] Counter-clockwise from right: Onlookers ask Craig Tomlinson about the history and construction of a lute he is holding.
02-298-20. Pg. 14. Caption: [bottom] Ron Tribe poses with one of his creations.

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