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Warsteiner World Downhill 1995 Official Program

Table of Contents:
5 A History of the Whistler World Cup
15 The Weasels - Whistler's Volunteer Army
18 The Home Team
26 The Away Team
33 The Warsteiner Legend
34 Festivities
36 Course Map
38 Boyd's Eye View
40 World's Fastest Kids
42 Murray's Memory
The official program for the 1995 Warsteiner World Downhill which includes a history of the Whistler World Cup, an article about The Weasels, a profile on the Canadian athletes competing, as well as selected foreign athletes to watch. A history of the Warsteiner sponsorship of the Whistler Mountain Ski Classic, an overview of the World Cup Week festivities, a map of the course and a guide to watching the races, an article by Rob Boyd describing the course, an article about the world's fastest kids, an article about how the memory of the Crazy Canucks lives on, as well as a number of local advertisements.

Duplicate donated by Mary Newman, accession number WA_2016_014

Correspondence with RMOW about hanging baskets, January 9

A letter to Florence Petersen at the Whistler Museum and Archives from Lori Burgoyne at the Resort Municipality of Whislter about a hanging basket order for the summer of 1989. The letter gives information about pricing and maintenance options for flower baskets. A handwritten note in the bottom right corner reminds the recipient to get more information by phone.

Whistler Economic Profile

The Whistler Economic Profile booklet produced by the Planning Department of the Resort Municipality of Whistler in 1986. The booklet gives a community profile, an overview of the businesses and services that affect the economy in the area, facilities and services maintained by the Resort Municipality of Whistler and opportunities for growth and development in the community.
Table of Contents:
The Community:
Introduction 1

  • Purpose of Economic Profile 1
  • Location 1
  • History 5
    Human Resources 7
  • Population and Characteristics 7
  • Employment 7
    Administrative Basis 11
  • Framework of Municipal Government 11
  • Destination Resort Community Planning 13
  • Chamber of Commerce 13
  • Whistler Resort Association (W.R.A) 13
  • WLC Developments Ltd. 14
  • Regional District 15
  • Provincial Emergency Program (P.E.P.) 15
  • Provincial Law Enforcement 16
    The Economy:
    Businesses and Hotels 17
  • Businesses 17
    Conference Centre 18
  • Meeting Facilities 18
  • Food Services 18
    Recreational and Cultural Services 23
  • Winter Recreation 23
  • Summer Recreation 24
  • Year-Round Activities 28
  • Year-Round Festivals and Recreational Events 29
    Business Services 31
    Construction and Development 37
  • Building Permits and Values 37
  • Housing and Accommodation 40
    The Facilities:
    Transportation Services 41
  • Local 41
  • Regional 42
  • National/International 44
    Utilities and Power 45
  • Telephone 45
  • Hydro 45
    Financial Institution 46
    Community Services 47
  • Newspapers 47
  • Radio and Cable Television Services 47
  • Dental and Medical Facilities 47
  • Daycare 48
  • Schools 48
  • Church 51
    The Opportunities:
    A Year-Round Tourist Resort 54
  • Whistler Tourism in Demand 54
  • Winter Tourism Increasing 54
  • Summer Tourism Expanding 55
    Community Growth and Diversification 56
    Real Estate Market 56
    Development Opportunities 59
  • Blackcomb Benchlands 59
  • Blueberry Trail Estates 59
  • Village North 60
  • Gondola Area 60
  • Whistler General 61
    Development Programs 61
  • Federal Programs 61
  • Joint Federal/Provincial Program 61
  • Provincial Programs 62
    Appendix 1 Climate 64
    Appendix 2 Chronology of Whistler's Development 65
    Appendix 3 The Relationship Between the Resort Municipality of Whistler Act and the Municipal Act 69
    Appendix 4 Contacts for Further Information 70

Museum Correspondence Folder 1

Board meeting minutes and notes. AGM agendas. Correspondence with the Resort Municipality of Whistler. Letters and correspondence about the opening of the museum, follow up thank you letters. Other assorted correspondence about the Whistler Conference Center as a casino site, Spirit/Super hosting with the Whistler Chamber of Commerce, archival order, income tax, speaking events, books, photos, Ice-Break Up Fundraising Raffle. Invoice of photo prints.

AGM Agenda January 26

A four page report of the minutes from the Second Annual General Meeting of the Whistler Museum and Archives Society on January 26, 1989. The attendees are listed and the items on the agenda include: a Call to Order, an Acceptance of Agenda, previous minutes accepted with amendments, the President's Report, Grants, the Treasurer's report, Committees on fundraising, membership, newsletters, publicity, and collections, the election of officers, announcement and other business.

Board Meeting Agenda, Exhibit Planning, May 10

Board meeting agenda for the Whistler Museum and Archives Society May 10, 1989. Includes correspondence, outside signage, outside flower baskets, inside signage, exhibit showcases and texts, the ski room, the pioneer room, planning for the layout of the museum and three sample texts that have been edited in pen. The name Kris appears at the top of the first page.

President's Report

A President's Report for the Whistler Museum and Archives from January 26, 1989. The report covers various topics including upgrades to the museum space, new staff, an Exhibit Design workshop, ordered photographs and photographs taken of museum artifacts, fundraising nights, newspapers being collected in the archives, donations and written accounts from early settlers received by the museum, an Open House at the museum, the arrival and work of summer student Sally Mitchell, a display at the Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner, grants received by the museum, memberships sold, and the Society of the Whistler Express official opening, as well as a thank you to the board members. The report is singed by the President Florence Petersen.

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