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Whistler - The Magazine, Winter 1982

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"The view from here" by Paul Burrows
"Don't leave Whistler without... : A few must-do suggestions" by Michael Maloney
"Jumping the gaps of time and space: Welcome to the world of heli-skiing" by Michael Maloney
"Somewhere over the rainbow: The dreams of Whistler's oldest resident" by Glenda Bartosh
"Keeping an eye on Whistler: And keeping both eyes on three of its finest photographers" by Glenda Bartosh
"The World comes to Whistler: Excitement mounts for two of the greatest races on earth" by Paul Burrows
"Kings of the mountain: Stefan Ples, Franz Wilhelmsen, and their views from the top" by Michael Maloney
"Twin Lakes... Twin living: A dash of urbane in the middle of the mountains" by Glenda Bartosh
"Fashion on the up and up: A Vancouver ski wear company takes to the slopes"
"How to find it: Doctors, lawyers, dog catchers...your guide to finding it in Whistler"
"Maps - for the skier... : A bird's eye view of both mountains"
"...and for the shopper: Finding your way through Whistler Village"

Whistler - The Magazine, Winter 1983

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"From the Bottom of our Heart: Is there a life after centralization?" by Glenda Bartosh
"Dave Murray: Nice Guys Finish First: Insights into this young ski racer who believed winning wasn't everything" by Anita Webster
"Wesman: A splash of color...a dash of design - unorthodox ski impressions by Whistler's newest resident artist, ken Wesman" by Glenda Bartosh
"Searching Out the Lost Souls: When man tangles with nature and loses, it's Whistler's search and rescue team that does the bailing out" by Craig Spence
"Best of Whistler: A few good laughs at Whistler under the sacrosanct magnifying glass" by B. Turner
"Warm it up this Winter: Foxy furs a la West Coast still hold their own against Whistler's wintery nip"
"Whistler Valley Map & Service Guide: To put you on the spot"
"How To Find It: From dog catchers to babysitters...a comprehensive service directory guaranteed to put you in touch"
"Top of the Table: Whistler offers you the fairest of dining fare"
"A Parting Note: Mountains wrapped in ermine white...it all begins with a first frost" by John Bartosik