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Blabcomb - Vol. VII, Issue 2

  • YANISIW-01-02-014
  • Dossiê
  • 1992-1993
  • Parte deCJ Yanisiw

Issue of Blabcomb - Blackcomb Mountain's staff newsletter - from the 1992/1993 winter season. Articles include:

  • Christmas at Blackcomb
  • 'Tis the Season for Adoption
  • How did we do today?
  • Congratulations!
  • Parawest Paragliding
  • Rumor has it...
  • Talking Heads
  • Things That Make You Go Hmmm??
  • Upcoming Activities
  • Supervisors... Above All

Blabcomb - Vol. VI, Issue 1 - 1992

  • YANISIW-01-02-012
  • Dossiê
  • 1992
  • Parte deCJ Yanisiw

Issue of Blabcomb - Blackcomb Mountain's staff newsletter - from 1992. Articles include:

  • Shutdown 1992!!!
  • Promotions
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Building Department
  • Summer Season Opening
  • Lift Maintenance
  • Summer Opening/Operations
  • Trail Crew
  • Commissary
  • Distribution Centre
  • I. C. E. Award Recipients
  • Electrical Department
  • Blackcomb Hotels & Resorts
  • Payroll
  • Sign Shop
  • Employee Services

Whistler Mountain News - Fall 1991

  • YANISIW-01-01-003
  • Dossiê
  • 1991
  • Parte deCJ Yanisiw

Whistler Mountain News newsletter given out to guests and passholders in Fall 1991. Articles include:

  • Lifts on schedule
  • Mountain enhancement program
  • Season passes now on sale
  • Xerox Dave Murray Masters Ski Camps
  • What's new at Ski Scamps?
  • Ski better in the 90s
  • Whistler Mountain Lodge
  • Work begins on Whistler Creek
  • Wolverine Crescent now available
  • Employee Housing Under Construction
  • Introducing Whistler Heights
  • The Midway Cafe: a new restaurant planned for midstation
  • White Heat 91
  • Employment Open House 1991
  • Alpine wine festival coming
  • Annual Mountain clean up
  • Don't look down [mountain biking]

Week of August 23, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to running race; car accident; weightlifting in Whistler Village; tug of war; portraits; City Hall; roof; construction; Dave Murray Summer Camps; Alpine; summertime on Whistler Mountain; Lorne Borgal; Rodger McCarthy; skiing; Groundbreaking ceremony Pika's Rest; Mr. Mountain competition; Battle of the Travel Stars;
Appears in August 23, 1984 issue:
02-420-B-24. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Seven athletes competed over the weekend for the Mr. Mountain title, which was eventually won by defending champ Ken Hardy. Events included golfing, kayaking, cycling, weightlifting and a series of timed calisthenics.
02-420-A-2. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Municipal Clerk Kris Shoup Robinson packs it in Friday, Aug. 17 for the big move to bigger and better facilities at the new municipal hall in Whistler Village. Staff have been waiting five years for the move.
02-420-C-31. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] This Baxter condotel unit may seem out of place on West Georgia Street in Vancouver, but marketing consultant Mel Grebinsky says it's one of the "highest profile" corners in the city. The Baxter Group is marketing 165 of the $50,000 units inside the buildings, which will be built near the Whistler gondola, and according to Grebinsky, everyone from office clerks to lawyers is interested. Admission to the downtown show unit is by donation to the Variety Club.
02-420-F-14. Pg. 5. Caption: Now that;s breaking ground! Whistler Mountain's new addition to its Squarehouse got underway last Wednesday with (L to R) Roger McCarthy, project manager; Lorne Borgal, WMSC president; and Dave Murray, director of skiing. The initial phase of the project, slated for a December completion, includes a 350-seat dining area and 186 sq. m kitchen designed to produced baked goods, soups and a variety of other items. Additional improvements scheduled for the 1985/86 ski season include a 250-seat mezzanine and the balance of a full production kitchen.
02-420-B-29. Pg. 8. Caption: About 120 travel agents flocked to Whistler Saturday for a fun-day event appropriately titled Battle of the Travel Stars. These office athletes completed obstacle courses by foot and by canoe, set new records in swimming.dress-up event at Delta Mountain Inn's pool and ended the day with a rousing banquet at the hotel. The tug-of-war (above) had the added excitement of a pool of Mazola between the two teams.
02-420-F-25. Pg. 9. Caption: A healthy group of 30 young skiers is taking part in a month-long Whistler Mountain Ski Club ski camp. Skiing sessions are held on the Whistler Mountain glaciers using the club's rope tow, but the skiers also spent a week drylands training before starting the technically-oriented camp directed by coach Jacques Morel. Skiers are taking a one-week break before starting the slalom session.

Week of August 30, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to summer operation Whistler Mountain; Tower 18; chairlift; drinking at a party; construction; canoeing; smoking; firefighters; Michellson's spoon; portraits; Dennis Hanson; windsurfing; cars; Autocross; car accident; pub; Porsche; Vancouver Fire Institute course; election campaign
Appears in August 30, 1984 issue:
02-419-F-2. Pg. 1. Caption: Peter Andrews makes a last minute check to his Porsche Saturday in the concours d'elegance in Whistler Village. Porsches from all over the Pacific Northwest visited Whistler for the 4th annual Porsche Weekend. More on page 16.
02-419-A-12. Pg. 3. Caption: Dorothy Sabey in front of her home with her dogs Mike and Jake.
02-419-F-28. Pg. 7. Caption: Incumbent Conservative MP Lorne Greenaway passed through Whistler, and Tapley's pub, Friday. Greenaway spent part of the morning and afternoon campaigning for Tuesday's election.
02-419-C-11. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] The Whistler Canoe Club hosted a brigade race on Alta Lake during the weekend with the women's squad (Connie Kutyn, Trudy Alder, Margo Mathews, Sue Davidson, Bev Downie and Tracy Morben) beating the Richmond Fire Department Women's Brigade Team by six minutes. The Whistler Men's team (Ken Hardy, Mike Jakobson, Tim Malone, Frank Bartik, Preston Fritz and Brian Allen) came second to a Vancouver team.
02-419-B-17. Pg. 10. Caption: Mayor Mark Angus was busy campaigning last Tuesday at an informal open house at Jan Holberg and Ted Nebbeling's home on Alta Lake. D-Day for Angus and all the candidates is next Tuesday.
02-419-C-2. Pg. 11. Caption: District firemen sharpened their skills over the weekend in a course given by the Vancouver Fire Institute.
02-419-F-11. Pg. 15. Caption:This car has been peering into the Soo Valley stream for a few years now.
02-419-F-5. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Porsche fanciers wheeled their cars around a Blackcomb parking lot course set to test the cars to their limit. 109 cars and about 300 people participated in the weekend events which also include a concours d'elegance Saturday.
02-419-E-5. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] See caption above.
02-419-C-23. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] Friday's Chamber of Commerce dinner dance at Dusty's attracted just about every business person in Whistler for a night of socializing and dancing, to the tunes of Peter Carson Trio.
02-419-A-2. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Steve Bird, Ski Technician, Tamarisk.
02-419-A-5. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Terry Power, Bartender, Slopeside.
02-419-A-6. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Raj Anand, Lawyer, Toronto.
02-419-B-5. Pg. 21. Caption: And you thought kids only carry ghetto blasters on their shoulders these days? This racoon was spotted roaming the village Saturday.
02-419-A-26. [WRA party in Blackcomb Lodge above Moguls, from left to right: Kathy Hicks, Kathy MacAlister (nee Goodall), Debbie Omara, June Paley, Don Armour, Shelley [?], and Jim Budge]
02-419-B-001. [From left to right: Mark Angus and Art den Duyf
02-419-B-009. [From left to right: unknown, Glenda Bartosh, unknown, unknown, Barbara Terian]
02-419-B-014. [From left to right: Ted Nebbeling and unknown]
02-419-B-016. [From left to right from the WRA: Brian Moran, Barbara Terian, Kathy Hicks, and unknown]

Week of September 6, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to baseball; dancing in Whistler Village; construction; car accident; car race; Fraser Valley Round and Square Dance Association; Whistler Conference Centre; Myrtle Philip School
Appears in September 6, 1984 issue:
02-418-B-20. Pg. 1. Caption: The Fraser Valley Round and Square Dance Association entertained village visitors all weekend long. The dancers even convinced spectators in Village Square to take part in their traditional dance routines. Hundreds of visitors flocked to Whistler for the Labor Day weekend and the village came in with an occupancy rate of 62 per cent in August.
02-418-B-11. Pg. 3. Caption: [top The Conference Centre is expected to be finished by May, 1985 and will be one of only two facilities built for conference in B.C.
02-418-A-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Tuesday was the first day of classes for local students. Myrtle Philip School opened its doors to 111 students and the Grade 2 and 3 class, taught by Sandy Pauliuk-Epplett, saw classes end at 11:30 a.m. rather than 3 p.m.
02-418-C-23. Pg. 5. Caption: Paul and Jane Burrows returned to Whistler last Tuesday after spending more than a year travelling around the globe. The couple's dog Simba hardly even noticed that the trekkers, who travelled by horse, train, bus, helicopter and even car to South Africa, France, New Zealand and Tahiti (to name but a few stops) were gone. Late summer also saw the return of Al and Nancy Raine after spending the last two years in Crans Montana, Switzerland.
02-418-B-26. Pg. 6. Caption: Vandals hit the former Mountain House Cabaret Friday night, kicking apart a fence and tearing down a wooden sign. Although about $100 worth of damage was done, the vandals apparently saved the new owner the task of removing the Mountain House sign.
02-418-C-18. Pg. 9. Caption: John Bruechler of Whistler likes to drive cars -- both right side up and upside down. Seen here at the PNE last week, Bruechler was about to do a stunt flip in his battered truck. He succeeded.
02-418-A-29. Pg. 12. Caption: Angus Maxwell, 10 years old, was the lucky winner of a Red Baron BMX bicycle, presented here by Barb Stewart of the Pharmasave. The drugstore received dozens of entries for the contest.
02-418-A-17. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Ralph Vandenberg, Retailer, Edmonton.
02-418-A-16. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Robert Moore, Truck Driver, Vancouver.
02-418-A-21. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Ed Beckman, Systems Analyst, Toronto.
02-418-C-32. Pg. 17. Caption: Fred Barter gets a helping hand from Const. Rocky Fortin (left) during a one-day first-aid refresher course in Myrtle Philip School last Wednesday. The course, taught by Const. Cliff Doherty from the Squamish detachment, is meant to ensure all police staff, including civilian guards, receive proper St. John's Ambulance refresher course every three years.

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]

Week of September 20, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to exercising on a mini trampoline and with weight machines; punching bags; portraits; Whistler Cay Heights; golfing; construction; band playing; roads; children's activities; drinking at a pub; cars; houses; cabin on fire; firefighters; bartending course
Appears in September 13, 1984 issue:
02-416-B-26. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The Raines: Willy, Charley, Nancy and Al, returned to Whistler just before school started after two years in Crans, Montana, Switzerland. Al and Nancy were ski instructors in the 1,500-person resort while the 14-year-old twins went to school in the French speaking community.
02-416-B-20. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Rebecca Renfrew, Computer Programmer, Alpine Meadows.
02-416-B-25. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Hatto Horn, Chef, Alta Vista.
02-416-B-22. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Barbara Voncina, Housekeeper, Tapley's Farm.
Appears in September 20, 1984 issue:
02-416-E-14. Pg. 1. Caption: Whistler Fire Department members Craig Barker (left) and Dave Steers were among the 22 firemen who rushed to the burning house at 9516 Emerald Drive early Sunday afternoon. Although the blaze appeared to be extinguished, it re-ignited early Monday morning.
02-416-E-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [left] Only the charred frame of Brian Fitzgerald's house remains after a fire quickly swept through it Sunday. The blaze took less than one-half hour to engulf the house.
02-416-E-27. Pg. 3. Caption: [right] (Below) Fitzgerald had removed much of the furniture from the house but what was left behind didn't survive the fire.
02-416-C-29. Pg. 8. Caption: Kin Lalat, a quintet of exiled Guatamalen musicians, entertained a sympathetic audience Sunday at the Pemberton Legion. The group uses traditional instruments including marimbas, maracas, drums and guitar, and a gives a strong outside voice to freedom-fighting Guatamalens.
02-416-D-29. Pg. 10. Caption: About 45 modified competition cars gathered here again this year for the Burnaby/Coquitlam Motorsport Association hill climb and rally over the weekend. Entrants ranged from formula cars to souped-up Datsuns.
02-416-E-5. Pg. 11. Caption: Dave Schock, from Great West Distillers, talked about small wineries and distilleries competing in an international market with multinationals at the Chamber of Commerce meeting in the Crystal Lodge last Tuesday. As well, the chamber announced it is raising its membership fees this year. Individual fees rise from $35 to $50, and corporate fees from $100-$135. Corporations can also pay fees quarterly which would work out to $150.
02-416-A-9. Pg. 14. Caption: New Delta Mountain Inn general manager Glen Bogden (left) was welcomed to the business community at a small cocktail party last Wednesday. Sjaan DiLalla from Crystal Lodge is introduced by Delta sales manager Charles Ku. Bowden comes to the Delta chain from Edmonton.
02-416-A-16. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Kay Beckon, Waitress Brio, Wendy Downes, Longhorn manager, Alta Vista.
02-416-A-13. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Kevin Burton with son Chris, Bartender, Brio.
02-416-A-15. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Mark Angus, Pascal Tiphine and Umberto Menghi were jointly asked Whistler's Answers this week. Although they all agreed that yes, we need more cultural events here, they disagreed on the type of house wine village restaurants should use.
02-416-C-11. Pg. 21. Caption: Bartending course student Sandy Vallender practices the fine art of making a layered liqueur drink. Ross Smith, instructor of the three week course offered through Capilano College, teaches the 12 students everything they need to know about tending a bar professionally -- including the recipe for a perfect Martini.
02-416-A-024. [Foreground from left to right: unknown and Cheryl Morningstar, background from left to right: Russ Shepherd and Lindsay Wilson]
02-416-A-025. [From left to right: unknown, Wayne [Dichicson?],Doug Walsh, and Kathy MacAlister]
02-416-A-026. [From left to right: Jan DeLilla, Lindsay Wilson, unknown, and unknown]
02-416-A-029. [From left to right: Lorne Borgal, unknown, unknown]
02-416-A-031. [Ken Newington]

Week of September 27, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to totem carving; golf course; portraits; whitewater kayaking; choir singing in Whistler Village; barbecue; construction; bison; mountain views; costumes; horses; rivers; trampolining; driving; Sean Connery filming a Japanese commercial for Biogurt; Fall Festival; Cheakamus Challenge; musk oxen
Appears in September 27, 1984 issue:
02-415-B-26. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Television and movie producers seem to have developed a taste for Whistler. Actor Sean Connery (top), best known as James Bond, agent 007, starred Tuesday in a Japanese T.V. commercial for Biogur yogurt. Production co-ordinator Martin Yokota said they needed a "strong, healthy, clean" image, and 007 fit the part. In the ad, Connery is seen doing calisthenics and running alongside a golf green at the Whistler Golf Club with a Doberman Pinscher.
02-415-E-25. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] And on Monday, stunt men acting in Clan of the Cave Bear stopped for lunch at Phil's Drive-in in Pemberton after a day of shooting at Pemberton Meadows. That movie, being made at various locations, is based out of Panorama Studios in North Vancouver.
02-415-C-27. Pg. 2. Caption: Ernie Pshebnisky, 34, is the new sales director responsible for filling the Conference Centre. Pshebnisky, who joined the Whistler Resort Association Monday, previously worked as assistant director of sales at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver for four years. He has also worked for the Westin Bayshore and CP Air and specialized in travel industry management at the University of Hawaii. His wife is director of sales at the Westin Bayshore.
02-415-D-21. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Chilly temperatures kept crowds to a minimum Saturday, but sunny skies brought throngs out Sunday for the fourth year of Whistler's Fall Festival. Pat Beauregard (left), of Alta Lake Community Club, was one of the many volunteers who pitched in to make the weekend success.
02-415-F-30. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Playland set up an instant amusement park, but some youngsters weren't too sure if they enjoyed the pony rides or not.
02-415-C-13. Pg. 8. Caption: [Kayaker on Cheakamus River]
02-415-C-29. Pg. 9. Caption: Wondering when the Music Festival is happening next year? If you are, then the person to see at the Whistler Resort Association is June Paley, the new activities co-ordinator. Paley, 33, who worked as ski services director with Whistler Mountain last year, has been a full-time Whistler resident since July 1981. The WRA is also in the process of organizing events for next year and is dividing items into three categories: WRA sponsored events such as the Fall Festival, WRA sanctioned events such as the Porsche Weekend and non-sanctioned events such as slo-pitch tourney and cricket matches.
02-415-B-10. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Bob Mallett, Morgan's Dad, Whistler
02-415-D-32. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Sid & Luke, Soup-line waiters, In the park
02-415-B-7. Pg . 14. Caption: [right] Nila Hajevsky, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-415-G-16. Pg. 16. Caption: An unidentified dog finds refuge from the rain beneath a Wedgemont Blasting truck parked in village parking lot 'A'
02-415-D-1. Pg. 17. Caption: Pat Earley was one of six Vancouver-based artists who demonstrated their creative talents during the Sept. 22-23 Fall Festival. Early specializes in oil pastel portraits which are exquisitely detailed and warm. Although the displays are moved indoors to the Delta Mountain Inn because of chilly weather, it was the first time artists were allowed to demonstrate and sell their wares in the streets of Whistler.

Week of October 18, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; roads; Whistler Village; bridge construction; mountain views; fog on the lake; road construction; flood
Appears in October 18, 1984 issue:
02-412-A-14. Pg. 1. Caption: Hundreds of dead sheep and cattle were dumped on Suicide Hill, south of Pemberton Sunday, where they awaited burial. The livestock were victims of severe flooding last week. Initially, flood recovery officials planned to send the bodies to a rendering plant but that idea was rejected. Above, Ike Elboim dumps another load of sheep from the Max Juri farm. At right rests a dead cow amid the hundreds of sheep.
02-412-B-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom left] (Below, left) Farmer Tom Kempter lost close to 150 tonnes of hay when flood waters destroyed it last week. Kempter lost two-thirds of his winter feed for his livestock.
02-412-B-19. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom right] (Below, right) Tracy Comber was one of the many Whistler volunteers who flocked to Pemberton to help with the massive clean-up job. She helped with cleaning equipment at the flood-ravaged Pemberton High School which sustained about $500,000 in damage.
02-412-A-32. Pg. 10. Caption: [left] Bill Barratt, Parks Foreman, Whistler Cay.
02-412-A-27. Pg. 10. Caption: [middle] Frank Thiessen, Resident, Alpine Meadows.
02-412-A-24. Pg. 10. Caption: [right] Peter Leriche, Waiter, Whistler Cay Heights.

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