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Week of October 4, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Whistler Village; tractor; exercises; Brownies; children's activities; mountain views; Whistler Conference Centre; awards; building a boat; The Downhill Shop; Valley Inns; signs; medical clinic; Niels Petersen Band
Appears in October 7, 1982 issue:
02-301-27. Pg. 1. Caption: Whistler's Brownies rekindled the campfire spirit Oct. 4 when they gathered at Myrtle Philip School for the first meeting of the year.
02-301-121. Pg. 2. Caption: Parking problems -- is there light at the end of the tunnel?
02-301-126. Pg. 2. Caption: See caption above.
02-301-129. Pg. 2. Caption: See caption above.
02-301-6. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Municipal crews levelled out the roller-coaster surface of the former construction campsite to ready it for winter parking. Administrator Geoff Pearce reported that the work was done at minimal cost. A decision has not yet been made as to whether the site will be used for free parking, pay parking or employee parking.
02-301-10. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The winning team (minus one key player -- Mick Maloney), who put together Whistler's weekly miracle, the Question, which was judged top in its class by B.C. and Yukon Community Newspapers Association Oct. 2.
02-301-72. Pg. 5. Caption: T'is the season to get sawing and chopping. These Alpine residents seem well prepared for winter's onslaught.
02-301-93. Pg. 6. Caption: [top left] Terry Rodgers, Alderman, White Gold Estates.
02-301-31. Pg. 6. Caption: [top middle] Don Biggar, Consulting Engineer, Alpine Meadows.
02-301-91. Pg. 6. Caption: [top right] June Paley, WMSC Hostess, Whistler Cay (MDC)
02-301-112. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom left] Parts of the old ventilation system from Peter's Underground, which were removed by workmen Oct. 3.
02-301-109. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom right] Staff member at Peter's Underground shows the newly installed pizza oven, which is part of the renovations Peter Skoros plans for the winter season.
02-301-117. Pg. 8. Caption: Members of the Niels Petersen Band. Niels Petersen (lead vocals), Connie Lebeau (base guitar), Christopher Allen (Harp) and Gary Petersen (drums) warm up an act that will be entertaining Whistlerites all winter. The band will be appearing at Tapley's and at the Brass Rail throughout the ski season.
02-301-78. Pg. 9. Caption: A crew of landlubbers helped hoist the deck onto the sleek craft which Cress Walker and Paul Clark have been building all summer long in the driveway of their Alpine Meadows home.
02-301-21. Pg. 10. Caption: Dryland downhill training -- Dave Murray takes Blackcomb and Whistler Ski club members through some of the exercises that helps limber up skiers for the season opening.
02-301-105. Pg. 12. Caption: [bottom] Dennis and Judy Waddingham display the new sign painted by Charlie Doyle, which hangs outside their store in Whistler village. Opening day will be before the mountains begin their season.
02-301-102. Pg. 16. Caption: Mac Pac Ad left Adventures West
02-301-98. Pg. 16. Caption: Mac Pac Ad Right Whistler Vale

Envelope 3

Photos and negatives depicting a wide variety of places and events from the Whistler area including, Crystal Lodge, Keg Lodge, the Conference Centre, Wedge Mountain, volleyball, and construction.

Prints 013-016

Two photographs of the conference centre's roof being cleared of snow and two of the construction of Crystal Lodge.

Prints 049-052

Photographs of construction in Whistler Village, including the Whistler Conference Centre, Carleton Lodge under construction with the Clocktower Hotel in the background, the Clocktower Hotel with some construction in front of it, and the Hilton Hotel under construction.

Prints 057-060

Photographs of roof construction on the Whistler Conference Centre, and a crowd of people in Village Square with Amsterdam Pub and the construction of the Hilton Hotel in the background.

Week of September 13, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to pouring cement; baseball; firefighters; construction; drinking; Brummet modelling t-shirt; portraits; Birthday party; Whistler Conference Centre
Appears in September 13, 1984 issue:
02-417-B-17. Pg. 1. Caption: [top left] John Johnston, deputy minister, Lands, Parks and Housing.
02-417-A-2. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Sunday morning the Whistler fire dept. cut a hole in a burning Alpine Meadows house, attempting to release combustible gas.
02-417-A-32. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom left] WLC director Wendy MacDonald shared the story of her successful career Sept. 7 with Women of Whistler, a group established for professional and business women in the community. MacDonald is president of B.C. Bearing Engineers Ltd. and was recently named Canadian Businesswoman of the Year.
02-417-C-3. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Conference Centre worker Helene Patenaude was de-shingling its roof Monday, while elsewhere dormers were in the first stages of construction. See Conference Centre special report, page 12.
02-417-A-10. Pg. 7. Caption: Dr. Peter Oberlander, winner of the Rotary Club of Whistler lottery for a lifetime dual mountain pass, was presented his prize Friday by Lorne Borgal, president of Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation, and Hugh Smythe, president of Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises. Oberlander, a University of British Columbia professor and director of human settlement for the United Nations, spoke to Rotarians at their weekly luncheon, on his own experiences in this area since he first visited Diamond Head at Easter, 1950. Oberlander recalled the trip by water to Britannia Beach from Horseshoe Bay, and from Britannia to Sqaumish by jeep. In the 1960's, Oberlander assisted Keg owner George Tidal in laying out his restaurant on Alta Lake. Later, Oberlander helped plan what was to be the Olympic townsite, and has since then been a frequent and enthusiastic weekender here. Winning the lifetime pass, he said, is "in many ways a crowning achievement" to his three decade-long familiarity with the area.
02-417-A-5. Pg. 8. Caption: Umpire Jerry Kazman keeps a close eye on all plays as Team Gangrene outfielder hits a long drive to left field in the Longhorn slo-pitch tournament Sunday.
02-417-B-12. Pg. 9. Caption: Whistler residents Lee MacLaurin and Ian Mounsey were wed Saturday in a ceremony at Tyrol Lodge. Lee is the daughter of Isobel and Don MacLaurin of Whistler, and Ian is the son of Ken and Sylvia Mounsey of Galiano Island. Best man at the wedding was Jim Lang, while Lee's sisters Sue and Jill were bridesmaids. Marriage Commissioner Joan Hinds of Squamish performed the ceremony and guests at the Tyrol Lodge reception were treated to a topographic wedding cake sculpted in the form of Whistler Mountain and decorated with a pair of "ski-niks" and candy trees. Lee started a family tradition by wearing the same dress mother Isobel wore at her wedding 26 years ago.
02-417-B-24. Pg. 12. Caption: Tony Brummet, Land, Parks and Housing minister, officially opened the Black Tusk Village subdivision Saturday. The 94 strata-lot subdivision was built to provide a new home for former residents of Garibaldi, which in 1981 was declared hazardous because of the Barrier, a rock face nearby. Brute, centre, was assisted by LPH regional director Al Rhodes, left, and Nelson Bastien, chairman of the Garibaldi Ratepayers' Association.
02-417-D-9. Pg. 17. Caption: The summer students hired by Whistler Resort Association said goodbye last week following a season-long series of performances in Whistler Village. (From left to right) Rob McQuaid, Mike McQuaid, Karen Overgaard and Rick Johnson were four of the university and community college students who helped create a festive atmosphere in the village this summer. WRA summer students who were absent include Kimberley Paulley, David Lyford, Paul Ciechanowski, Kristine Keil and Susan Mathew.
02-417-D-15. [Around the table from left to right: Pat Hocking, Jane Burrows, unknown, Pauline Wiebe, Ray Wiebe, unknown, unknown, Glenda Bartosh, unknown, Paul Burrows, and Ken Pope]
02-417-D-016. [From left to right: Sue Neilson, unknown, Tim [?] (chef at Araxi), Pauline Wiebe, and Ray Wiebe]

Whistler - The Magazine, 1989

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:

"Whistler: A Resort for the 90s" by Larry McCallum
"Mountain Homes: Comforts of the high life" by Leanna Rath
"Night Life: Whistler is alive apres apres ski"
"Where to Turn: A guide to the challenges of dual mountain skiing" by Doug Sack
"Heli-Skiing: A new world of powder adventure beyond the lifts" by Brian Smith
"A Taste of Whistler: a gastronomic tour" by Leanna Rath
"Whistler Vision: a gallery of resident photographers"
"Off Season? What off season? : Whistler activities throughout the year"
"Summer Fun: A guide to Whistler's summer adventures"
"Dining Guide: A directory to 18 of Whistler's finest restaurants"
"Business and Health Directories"
"Potpourri: a selection of Whistler collectables"

Envelope 10

Photographs of the flooding of Whistler Creek and Creekside, construction in the Village, including the Delta Mountain Inn (now the Hilton Hotel), the Whistler Conference Centre, the Clocktower Building, the Adara Hotel, Carleton Lodge, and the Whistler Village Inn, and crowds in Village Square with the Amsterdam Pub in the background.

Envelope 11

Photographs of construction in Whistler Village and of the Canada Day Parade.

Prints 013-016

Photographs of trucks in a Canada Day Parade, an unidentified building under construction, a view of Whistler Village with various buildings under construction including the Whistler Conference Centre, Hearthstone and Rainbow Lodges, and Fitzsimmons Lodge.

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