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Week of February 7, 1985

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; ski gear; Fire Dept.; cross-country skiing; shoveling; Keg Challenge
Appears in February 7 , 1985 issue:
02-379-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Ken Domries (right) shows Paul Grilles (Middle) and Glen Mitchell how to operate the Whistler Volunteer Fire Department's ladder truck.
02-379-25. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The $20,000 LTI pumps out 4,500 litres a minute of water and is usually operated by a five-man crew
02-379-42. Pg. 6. Caption: Benno Jaeger, from Benno's Cross-Country Ski World, teach as group of beginners the fundamentals of cross-country skiing Saturday in the old playing field adjacent Myrtle Philip School. Cross-country ski lessons are available seven days a week from Benno's. Jaeger is also planning a mixed cross-country relay race from Sunday, Feb. 17 on the soccer field. There will be no charge for the event which will feature men and women competing in a fun event against each other.
02-379-66. Pg. 16. Caption: Doug Sack portrait.
02-379-7. Pg. 20. Caption: Grand prize winner, Paul Burrows (right), receive his pair of Blizzard Quattro skis from Nigel Woods, president of Coastal Mountain.
02-379-62. Pg. 24. Caption: Nick Leuchte, Macaulay Nicolls Maitland International.
02-379-48. Pg. 28. Caption: [left] Corporate Cup participants showed their creativity Saturday in the snow sculpture competition held on the Myrtle Philip School playing field. (Left) The team from Envirocon placed first in the snow sculpture with their version of a Kelt in a Mug.
02-379-57. Pg. 28. Caption: [right] Paper Dolls from Pacific Press sneaked into third with their version of a Nude in a Bathtub.
02-379-14. Pg. 29. Caption: Corporate Cup teams ran, hopped, slide and jumped through an obstacle course wearing snowshoes Saturday in Myrtle Philip School.
02-379-11. Pg. 30. Caption: [left] Max Wing, Skier, Club Cabins.
02-379-4. Pg. 30. Caption: [middle] Delmar Page, Bartender, Function Junction.
02-379-31. Pg. 30. Caption: [bottom] Whistler Mountain day skiers stand in line Saturday for refunds after the power to the north side lift system went out of commission. Inconvenienced skiers were given refunds, food vouchers, and hot drinks while the mountain's staff coaxed the lifts into operation again.

Speedbumps

A 5 minute film directed by Ivan Hughes for the 2008 Whistler Film Festival. Speedbumps tells the story of Whistler's skiing history and its journey towards hosting the Olympic games.

Blabcomb - Vol. IV, Issue 2 - Dec. 24, 1990

  • YANISIW-01-02-002
  • File
  • December 24, 1990
  • Part of CJ Yanisiw

Issue of Blabcomb - Blackcomb Mountain's staff newsletter - from December 24, 1990. Articles include:

  • 7th Heaven
  • Christmas Cheer
  • Club Couloir
  • Ski Finders
  • Parawest Paragliding
  • Ski Esprit
  • Blackcomb X-mas Parties, 1990
  • Here's to our employees
  • Blackcomb Ski Club
  • It's not called the Living Centre for nothing
  • What's new in Real Estate?
  • Staff Housing Update
  • For Sale
  • Note from North Shore Credit Union

Whistler - The Magazine 1991 Special Anniversary Issue

Magazine featuring articles on Whistler's many amenities.

Table of contents:

p. 7: Fresh Tracks - Whistler is changing so quickly it's hard to keep up. Here are a few quick items to keep abreast of everything from Powder Mountain to Burnt Stew, Bjorn Borg to Rev. Reay.

p.12: Olympic Dreams - The momentum which has carried Whistler to its present state started back in the early 60s with a bid for the Olympic Winter Games. By Bob Barnett.

p.17: Chronology - A date-by-date compilation of what happened and when in Whistler's past century of development as a resort and community

p.19: Kids' Stuff - Kids know Whistler's a great place to bring their parents. Here's the low-down on what's happening for tots to teens. By Andy Jukes.

p. 22: You Must Be Crazy - Blackcomb's Saudan Couloir and Whistler Mountain's Peak to Valley races are extreme competitions on superlative mountains. By Doug Sack

p. 26: Mountain Map - Take the trail orienteering out of orientation.

p. 29: Ski In Vogue - The functional third to the latest ski fashions.

p. 30: Chateau Whistler - Special section on the features of CP's hotel

p.33: Seasonal Changes: There is no off-season, in fact things pick up in the summer with activities from climbing to river rafting as well as fishing, which started it all. By Brian Smith

p. 36: Whistler Vision - Four local photographers show their best

p. 38: Valley Map - Here's the illustrated route through Whistler

p. 40: Interior Perspectives - Home is where the hearth is. A walking tout through Whistler designer homes with a view. By Leana Rathkelly

p. 46: Nancy's Ski Tips - Whistler's Olympic champion Nancy Greene Raine shares a few of her secrets for making the most of your day on Whistler and Blackcomb.

p. 48: Dining Guide - Haute Cuisine at the foot of the mountains

p. 54: Night Life - A walk on the wild side: life after dark

p. 58: Final Frame - Bored with skiing? Try flying, on a ski

Whistler - The Magazine, Winter 1987

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"Shopping Around the Valley: A potpourri of gifts, treats, and activities available from the merchants of Whistler"
"A Skier's Guide to the Dual Mountains: For the uninitiated, an introduction to skiing opportunities on Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain"
"A Collection of Whistler Snowbirds: Artist Isobel MacLaurin prepared these works in watercolour and ink of the winged wildlife of winter"
"A Taste of Whistler: Six of Whistler's finest chefs and a selection of their dishes make us a composite Coast Mountain meal"
"For the Love of Nordic Skiing: The Lost Lake cross-country trail system will be longer and better groomed than ever this year"
"The Whistler Resort Guide: Twenty-four pages of everything you ever wanted to know about Whistler"
"Ecosign: Whistler's mountain design company: Sophisticated, comprehensive planning in a highly specialized field has established Ecosign as a world leader in ski area design."
"Backcountry Skiing: Heaven or Hell?: Peter Chrzanowski has had a few close calls while ski mountaineering. He has some wise advice for those with a desire to venture off the beaten track."
"Behind the Scenes: A few candid shots of some of the people who make Whistler work"
"101 Things To Do, or how I spent my Summer in Whistler: There's a lot more to this resort than just skiing, as this overview of summer activities reveals"
"A Summer Side of Life: A collection of photographs to warm the insides on a winter's evening"

Duplicate copy in same folder.

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

Warsteiner World Downhill & Super G Races Media Guide

  • YANISIW-02-005-002
  • Item
  • March 1994
  • Part of CJ Yanisiw

Media Guide for the Warsteiner World Downhill & Super G Races held on March 5-6 and 12-13, 1994 at Whistler Mountain. It contains contact information for race staff, lists of Race Organizing Committee members, a provisional schedule of events for March 1-13, articles about skiing and ski racing, and results for men's and women's ski events over the 1993-94 season.

Contents include:

  • Contacts
  • Race Organizing Committees
  • Whistler Mountain Ski Classic - Provisional Schedule of Events, March 1-13, 1994
  • "Warsteiner New Title Sponsor."
  • "A Classic Returns."
  • "The Dave Murray Downhill - New names for an historic course."
  • "Ski Classic Aids Future Racers."
  • "World Cup Tougher Than Ever."
  • "Safety Manouveres - Staging the Whistler Mountain Ski Classic."
  • "Racers Pick a Number."
  • "A Century of Ski Racing."
  • Fact Sheet: Women's events
  • Sergio Tacchini Alpine World Cup 1993/94: Women
  • Women's World Cup Results 1993/94
  • Medalists and Top Canadians in previous World Cup downhills in Canada (women)
  • "Women in Ski Racing - A Canadian tradition of winning."
  • "Women in Charge at Whistler."
  • Fact Sheet: Men's events
  • Sergio Tacchini Alpine World Cup 1993/94: Men
  • Men's World Cup Results, 1993/94
  • Medalists and Top Canadians in previous World Cup downhills in Canada (men)

35mm Negatives and Prints

Photographs and negatives including but not limited to skiing on Whistler Mountain, hang-gliding, Gelandesprung ski jump contest, competitive downhill ski races, recreational skiing, Tokum Corners, Toad Hall, windsurfing on Alta Lake, canoeing and kayaking on the River of Golden Dreams and Alta Lake, Ski Patrol, the avalauncher gun, avalanche control, the Pacific Great Eastern train, tracks, maintenance, and during a snowstorm, fishing on Alta Lake, the Gondola Barn in Creekside, chairlifts on Whistler Mountain, Roundhouse, Nancy Greene Summer Ski School, Molson World Cup Downhill 1984, landscapes of Whistler, Pemberton, Mount Currie Rodeo, salmon-smoking, and parties at Jordan's Lodge on Nita Lake.

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