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Week of April 27, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to drinking; construction; costumes; cars; dog; computer; Whistler Resort & Club; skiing; the grocery store; mountain views; helicopters; town planning; picnic; singing; Trudi Salmhoter and Peter Alder
Appears in April 30, 1981 issue:
02-187-81. Pg. 1. Caption: Architect Barclay McLeod and developer Brian Moran indicate to council and concerned Adventures West owners the proposed plans for the 'Keg property'.
02-187-61. Pg. 6. Caption: Group of Californian publicists who recently visited Whistler. (l to r) Wendell Benedetti, film producer; B.C. Tourism's Richard C'Ludwig; Gail Block of the U.S. Ski Assoc.; photographer Harry Basch; writer Ben Rinaldo; tour guide Nancy Raine; writer Bob Cartmell.
02-187-17. Pg. 8. Caption: Constable Klaudt of Whistler RCMP and Ron Mallinson of Ike's Towing try to figure out how this Plymouth Horizon ended up in the ditch by the Alta Lake Inn turnoff late on Saturday, April 25!
02-187-84. Pg. 9. Caption: May the Force be with you. Ezekial and His Force rock and reggae it up at the Mountain House until May 2.
02-187-57. Pg. 10. Caption: One of the "Flaming Tods' -- Anton Horvath shows off his hot style pulling a todboggan with burning flames through the Whistler Cup dual Slalom course.
02-187-7. Pg. 11. Caption: And the winners are: -- (l to r) Tom Simister, Richard Duryn, Perry Rousseau & Debbie Wood -- with the Whistler Cup.
02-187-12. Pg. 18. Caption: The new playing field at Myrtle Philip school starts to take shape as this large hoe levels the site an moves stumps into the fire. Burning slash has filled the air with smoke as Graehold Construction gets on with the job.
02-187-44. Pg. 19. Caption: More Whistler Cup -- Two of the racers in the dual slalom race head down the course.

Week of April 1, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; sledding; reading; children cooking; Peter Alder; The Questionnaires; musicians playing; Whistler Village; disabled skiers;
Appears in April 1, 1982 issue:
02-252-7. Pg. 3. Caption: Sliding snow brought down this 60-foot glum at the east end of the Sports Centre.
02-252-15. Pg 6. Caption: [top] Disabled skier is loaded on the Blackcomb triple lift in his sits with his instructor.
02-252-19. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Tethered to his instructor, this sticker practices a hard left turn.
02-252-31. Pg. 7. Caption: Peter Alder
02-252-54. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Mikey Culwell, Logger, Alpine Meadows.
02-252-43. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Heather Macleod, Deli Clerk, Alta Vista resident.
02-252-40. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Min Carter, Waitress, Alta Vista resident.
02-252-45. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Frank Switzer, Bartender, Gondola area resident.
02-252-44. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Harry Carman, Unemployed, Adventures West resident.
02-252-49. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Paul Roche, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows resident.
02-252-2. Pg. 11. Caption: Karen Wylie, Tony Logue, Stephanie Sloan and Cris Simpson work on Ukranian Easter egg dyeing (Pysanky) which is being done at noon hour at the Myrtle Philip School under the direction of Mrs. Pauliuk Epplett.
02-252-?. Pg, 12. Caption: The night life is the right life, especially with a musical treat, whether it be from the inimitable Charlie Doyle and Rocco at ALMA's talent night ...
02-252-36. Pg. 13. Caption: ... or the rocking' R&B rhythms of the Questionnaires at Myrtle Philip School.
02-252-?. Pg. 17. Caption: Bookworms Unite! Take a peek at Ted Nebbeling and Jan Holberg's new bookstore in Forget-Me-Nots. With a great selection of both classics, best-sellers and magazines, there's definitely something that will catch your eye.

Peak 2 Peak Fonds

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Papers relating to opening day of the Peak 2 Peak gondola on December 12, 2008.

The donors, Andy and Florence Petersen were nominated by the community to be on the first Peak 2 Peak gondola ride from Blackcomb to Whistler along with twenty other citizens of Whistler.

The fonds includes:
Press release from Whistler Blackcomb announcing the names of the first riders, December 2, 2008
Press release from Whistler Blackcomb announcing details of the launch ceremony, December 4, 2008
Peak 2 Peak launch day itinerary
Information from Whistler Blackcomb's website relating to the launch, 9 December 9, 2008
One-day Whistler Blackcomb complimentary pass
Press cuttings
Peak 2 Peak fact sheet
International Ropeway Review Special on the Peak 2 Peak gondola, December, 2008
Brochure about the Peak 2 Peak entitled "Visonaries: Whistler Blackcomb and the Peak 2 Peak Gondola."

Also included is information on the first riders on the other gondola riding from Whistler to Blackcomb. The riders in this gondola earned their places by donating to local charities. The email includes a list of all the riders in this second gondola.

Week of June 7, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to Class of 1984 Pemberton graduation; portraits; dismantled chairlift; Peter Alder; Myrtle Philip; choir; clarinet players
Appears in June 7, 1984 issue:
02-402-C-12. Pg. 1. Caption: The venerable Myrtle Philip drew the winning ticket Thursday in a draw for a Molson World Downhill poster signed by the Canadian downhill team. Assisted by Glen Rusted (right), Whistler's grandmother chose Bill Carson's ticket. That's Carson to the left. Proceeds from the draw went to the Whistler Singers, which performed Thursday at the elementary school accompanied by the students. The show, which ended in a standing ovation for orchestrator Molly Boyd, featured musical performances by the kids on recorder, guitar and ukulele.
02-402-A-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Whistler's branch of the North Shore Community Credit Union open Friday, just two months after it was approved. By 11 a.m. Friday a line-up was formed, and on Saturday the credit union had 150 new members. Credit union President Susan Burdak (left) spoke to the crowd at Saturday's official opening.
02-402-A-26. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Thirty-one students graduated from Pemberton Secondary Friday Night, including Scott Logue of Whistler (above right) who received the Governor General's Bronze Medal for academics from school Superintendent Trevor Harris. More than 500 people attended the commencement ceremonies at the Pemberton school, making it the second largest annual event in the town next to the Christmas concert at Signal Hill Elementary. Logue, also class valedictorian, was among three local students who received awards. Rod O'Keefe was awarded the Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation bursary, and the Alta Lake Community Club picked Rob Boyd as this year's recipient of its bursary.
02-402-B-5. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Dick Bishop, Entrepreneur, Brio.
02-402-B-9. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Buffy Woods, Executive Secretary, Alpine Meadows.
02-402-B-11. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Paul Dellanzo, Golf Professional, Whistler Cay Heights.
02-402-B-1. Pg. 9. Caption: Cecile Valleau is Whistler's newest postmistress. She was promoted to the position may 22, taking over from Debbie Cliffe, who was transferred to the Agassiz post office. Value has worked at the Whistler post office since 1979, and is a 15-year valley resident.
02-402-B-17. Pg. 17. Caption: Skiing may be over for the year, but work on Whistler Mountain still continues. At the end of each season all the chairs, including those on Olive Chair, are taken off the cables, checked and then moved to a different spot to prevent metal stress. As well, the metal clamps holding the chain to the cable periodically undergo magnetic tests for cracks.

Whistler Village Report

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.

Whistler Village Report, Issue Number Two, December 1978 + duplicate

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.

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Photographs of a musician playing a zither and people in traditional dress at the European Dinner Dance.

Val's notes for each photo:
"7 - Leo [Bochm] playing zither, Gordon Tomally"
"8 - Trudy + Leo singing"
"9 - Peter + Trudy Alde, Louise Zinsli + Molly Boyd"

Week of November 29, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Granny's Food Emporium; evening event; drinking; cars; swimming nude; skiing; chairlift; Blackcomb Mountain; school bus; Sandy Boyd; Hugh Smyth; Pat Carleton; Sid Young; Dr. Christine Rodgers; Peter Alder; Pat Carleton's goodbye party; Mark Angus's victory party
Appears in December 2, 1982 issue:
02-291-23. Pg. 1. Caption: A dozen of the finest roses is presented to Kay Carleton, the woman behind the man during Pat Carleton's seven-year term as Whistler's mayor. One of the municipality;s first aldermen, Garry Watson, presented the gift to Mrs. Carleton during a surprise party held at the Delta Mountain Inn Nov. 29 for the retiring mayor.
02-291-75. Pg. 2. Caption: Ahoy there mate! Nov. 27 was moving day for the sailboat being built by Cress Walker and Paul Clark in Alpine Meadows. Her maiden voyage took her to a new berth in Whistler's Industrial Park.
02-291-133. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Whistler's newest citizens join their moms for a well-baby clinic with Public Health Nurse Marilyn McIvor. From left to right in the front row are Brock Crofton and mom Evan, Jaclyn and Suzi McCance, Andrew and Lee Bennett and Alexandra and Donna Liakakos. Behind are Robin and Tam Sin Miller, Marilyn McIvor and Trevor and Jean Dally.
02-291-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Superset for a super skier. Blackcomb's Hugh Smythe sits in 'the chair' at the Downhill Shop while skithodics expert John Colitis fits him out with a pair of Superset footbeds.
02-291-28. Pg. 5. Caption: Mayor Pat Carleton modestly enjoys a rousing round of applause at his surprise good-bye party Monday, Nov. 28 at Stumps lounge.
02-291-123. Pg. 5. Caption: Jensen Automotive Ad
02-291-86. Pg. 6. Caption: Diane Smith, left and Karen Benoit smile from their ticket wickets where they offer new two-mountain passes for $20/day. Youth can ski both mountains for $15/day and children for $5. These tickets are also available in two, three and five-day packages.
02-291-131. Pg. 8. Caption: Rosaire Gauthier and Pascal Tiphine, proprietors of Sundial Restaurant, indulged friends and patrons with their French style of hospitality at the opening of their restaurant Tuesday, Nov. 23.
02-291-142. Pg. 9. Caption: The latest in top-of-the-head fashions is modelled here by the illustrious John Pope, general manager, of Delta Mountain Inn, who will soon be leaving these snowy mountains for hill of Toronto. Pope was one of the many fans attending the opening of Beau's Restaurant Wednesday, Nov. 24.
02-291-136. Pg. 11. Caption: Betty Jarvis greets visitors Rich, Robin and Tam Sin Miller to the opening of Beau's Restaurant Wednesday, Nov. 24.
02-291-82. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Claire Kinglet, Part Owner -- Going Nuts, Whistler Cay.
02-291-78. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Pat Parker, Bartender -- Stoney's, Adventures West.
02-291-81. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Greg Carlberg, Manager -- Carlberg's, West Side Road.
02-291-104. Pg. 16. Caption: [top] What's new in ski wear this season? Whistle rites got a chance to find out Nov. 26 at the Winter What to Wear fashion show, held at Delta Mountain Inn. Above Andrea Maw and Nigel Woods -- a dazzling duo --- show off the latest show in winter wear, while below Kelly Maxwell preps star of the show, Feona Maxwell to display what's in the younger set.
02-291-92. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] See caption above.

Week of December 6, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to gym class at Myrtle Philip School; awards; skis; Christmas with Whistler Choir; dancing; children dancing in costumes; car accident; Pat Carleton; Al Raine; Peter Alder; Sid Young; Whistler Village; ocean views; waterfall; river rapids; road construction; Squamish Youth Chorale singing at Myrtle Philip School; Howe Sound School Board awards; Western Days at Myrtle Philip School; Myrtle Philip School library
Appears in December 9, 1982 issue:
02-290-9. Pg. 1. Caption: A young batch of new skiers shapes up for the slopes under the rigorous command of ski shop owner Jim McConkey, who put them through their paces Dec. 6.
02-290-229. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Highways crews clear up the debris left by a Dec. 3 rock slide on Highway 99 near M Creek.
02-290-17. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Mayor Mark Angus is sworn into office by Municipal Clerk Kris Shoup-Robinson at Council's inaugural meeting Dec. 6.
02-290-139. Pg. 5. Caption: Whistler's new trustee Bob Mallett is sworn in by Secretary Treasurer of the Howe Sound School Board Don Ross at the Dec. 1 inaugural meeting of the board.
02-290-28. Pg. 6. Caption: Ski shops are well stocked with the latest in ski designs for the 1983 ski season.
02-290-50. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] Members of the Squamish Youth Chorale put on a stirring performance for Whistler residents Dec. 4 at Myrtle Philip School.
02-290-55. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom left] Squamish Youth Chorale.
02-290-36. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom right] Squamish Youth Chorale.
02-290-149. Pg. 8. Caption: Slim and Margaret Foughberg open a gift presented to Slim for his service to the Howe Sound School Board. Together they have served Howe Sound continuously (except for two years) since 1946.
02-290-88. Pg. 9. Caption: [top left] You can throw it ...
02-290-85. Pg. 9. Caption: [top right] You can blow it ...
02-290-77. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom left] you can dump it ...
02-290-150. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom middle] you can jump it ...
02-290-74. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom right] or else you can ignore it and simply stay at home.
02-290-53. Pg. 10. Caption: Shepherds sing about the new saviour's birth in the Squamish Youth Chorale's performance of "The Glory of Christmas" at Myrtle Philip School, Saturday, Dec. 4.
02-290-72. Pg. 11. Caption: Young cowboys contemplate a life on the range while watching square dancing at Myrtle Philip School Western Days Tuesday, Nov 29.
02-290-59. Pg. 13. Caption: Myrtle Philip School library helpers enjoy a well-earned lunch. Irene Pope, Judy Fosty, Kelly Maxwell and Candy Rusted. Missing is Mrs. Demidoff.
02-290-1. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Pauline LePatourel, Typesetter/Secretary, Alpine Meadows.
02-290-34. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Dennis Waddingham, Village Store Owner, Whistler Cay.
02-290-157. Pg. 20. Caption: Mac Pac Ad left. Alpine Meadows.
02-290-155. Pg. 20. Caption: Mac Pac Ad right. Nesters

Week of December 23, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Paul and Jane Burrows; children drinking hot chocolate; ski gear; opening Christmas presents; children in costume for Christmas play; "Christmas Around the World" school event; post office;
Appears in December 23, 1982 issue:
02-287-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Publisher Paul Burrows and his wife Jane prior to a well-earned visit to the Caribbean.
02-287-44. Pg. 8. Caption: Nick Gibbs, Stoney's chef, went all out with his culinary talents and produced this appetizing creation from a 40 lb. salmon donated by the Grocery Store. It was part of a huge "indoor picnic" for participants in the All Cal Winter Carnival.
02-287-15. Pg. 10. Caption: No, this young man is not a practitioner of the latest foot fetishes. He's fitting WMSC General Manager Peter Alder with a new pair of boots from McConkey's Ski Shop. (By the way, Peter's old boots were just that -- old. They fastened with laces.)

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