Photographs including but not limited to canoeing Alta Lake; construction; windsurfing; driving; Pat Carleton; restaurant; chefs; music; musicians; Stanley Lake; Daisy Lake; Village Stroll; Stoney's; Whistler Village; birds 02-175-44. Pg. 1. Caption: One of the government's new warning signs posted at Stanley Lake. 02-175-48. Pg. 3. Caption: Picnic site at Daisy Lake -- soon to be one of the many recreational facilities closed by the provincial government. 02-175-9. Pg. 4. Caption: [top] Paving helps smooth things out in the Village entrance 02-175-13. Pg. 4. Caption: [bottom] and Sunshine Place. 02-175-38. Pg. 6. Caption: Ted Nebbeling surveys his new satelitte receiving antenna. 02-175-21. Pg. 8. Caption: [windsurfers] 02-175-22. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] The first Miss Bikini of Whistler, Keli Johnston, 19, of Whistler won herself a crips[sp.] $100 bill in the Mountain House's first bikini contest held July 6. 02-175-14. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Florence Corrigan, Whistler's new pharmacist. 02-175-24. Pg. 10. Caption: SUN! and its followers were out in full force on Sunday, July 5. These found a spotnear Whistler Mountain Lodge. 02-175-16. Pg. 10. Caption: Chef Michel and Pascal of Stoney's [advertisement] 02-175-12. Pg. 13. Caption: [Mayor Pat Carleton] photo repeats in July 16, 1981 issue on pg. 13. 02-175-28. Pg. 15. Caption: Diver leaps from 'swinging tree' at Lost Lake. 02-175-55. Pg. 17. Caption: [top] Jacquie Cherot, Nobby Yashime and Michel Bertholet. 02-175-65. Pg. 17. Caption: [bottom] Never let a government agent get your goose! Doug Wilson of the Fish and Wildlife Branch shows one of the 75 Canada Geese being transferred from Stanley Park to the Pemberton Valley. 02-175-19. Pg. 18. Caption: [top] Stuart McNeill and 16 of his sunny students take to the shade on the first day of Camp Rainshine. McNeill is assisting Susie McCance in supervising the program. 02-175-61. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Looking like the stark rib cage of a whale, the support beams to the roof of the Resort Centre are put in place. 02-175-29. Pg. . Caption: The sunworshippers poured out of the shadows and on-to the wharf of Lost Lake on July 5 to enjoy a bit of Old Sol, whom some believe to be on the endangered species list.
Photographs including but not limited to sculpture of old man; meeting; cars; musicians playing; Sid Young; Pat Carleton; Whistler Village; Ski Swap; the Community Club Fall Fair; Whistler Rotary Club Auction; Remembrance Day Appears in November 11, 1982 issue: 02-294-93. Pg. 1. Caption: Davey Blaylock tries his hand at running the show, with a little help from Mayor Pat Carleton. Witnessing the change in who hold the gavel are (L to R) Mark Jennings, Jake Humphrey and Justin Adams. The kindergarten class visited the Mayor in his chambers, which he has occupied for seven years b before deciding to step down on Nov. 20. 02-294-28. Pg. 2. Caption: [repeats in other issues] Ida Noze. 02-294-19. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Mark Angus ... new blood welcomed 02-294-9. Pg. 3. Caption: [middle] Diane Eby ... caught in the middle. 02-294-18. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Sid Young ... keep the project going. 02-294-96. Pg. 9. Caption: Butcher John MacLeod carves a few slices for the new meat and seafood market at The Grocery Store. Macleod, who has been a meat man for ten years, reports that will offer low-nitrate bacon and sausages made on location. 02-294-54. Pg. 10. Caption: Charlie Doyle (right) wailed it out with Foot in the Door Saturday, Nov. 6 -- a packed Stumps lounge like it;s never been packed before. Accompanying on guitar is Mark Schnaidt. 02-294-21. Pg. 11. Caption: It was a mad, mad, mad, mad crowd at the Whistler Mountain Ski Club annual ski swap Sunday, Nov. 7. Bargain hunters were not disappointed with the tremendous selection of ski equipment at real recession prices. 02-294-85. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Drew Meredith, Alta Vista, Real Estate sales. 02-294-71. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Dave Buchan, Mons, Real Estate sales. 02-294-83. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Ted Nebbeling, Alta Vista, Businessman.
Whistler - The Magazine editions spanning from 1982-1989. The magazines feature stories about Whistler locals and Whistler's history, shopping guides, accommodation guides, village maps, and ads from local businesses.
A full page article from The Magazine newspaper on Sunday, February 21, 1982 on page three. The article is entitled "Now here's the $24- million question: Will the world be wowed by Whistler?" The article previews the World Cup Downhill race featuring the Crazy Canucks, the promotion of Whistler as a world class resort, and the real estate development taking place in Whistler Village.
A full page article from The Magazine newspaper on Sunday, February 21, 1982 on page three. The article is entitled "Now here's the $24- million question: Will the world be wowed by Whistler?" The article previews the World Cup Downhill race featuring the Crazy Canucks, the promotion of Whistler as a world class resort, and the real estate development taking place in Whistler Village..
The Whistler Village Report published by Whistler Village from December 1978. Articles are entitled: "Where We've Been ... and Where We're Going," "Joint Government Agreement Gives Whistler $9 Million," "Blackcomb Mountain Development Begins," "Snow Unseasonably Slow at Whistler," "Developments Proceed With Set Schedule," and "New Council Sworn In."
The articles are about the subjects of the history of Whistler as a resort town and the building of Whistler Village, the Whistler Village log, a 9 million dollar grant from the federal and provincial governments for resort development and town planning, the development of Blackcomb Mountain, the unseasonably slow snow, the seasonal schedule for development in Whistler and the new council for the Resort Municipality of Whistler being sworn in.
A large print presented to Ray Torresan & Associates on the occasion of the Founders Club Dinner on May 15, 1981. The print shows Whistler Village with skiers on the hill in the foreground with a Whistler Cup banner. The signatures of Terrell J. Minger and Pat Carleton are also present.