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Part of George Benjamin Fonds
Photographs of the Burns Lake bust (3/2/213/1), Steve Podborski, dynamite cash on Whistler Mountain (3/2/213/4), Duncan Bell-Irving in the back of a police car, a flood at Alpine Meadows and 19 Mile Creek, an avalauncher, Roundhouse, the parking lot at Creekside and the Gondola Barn, the Tokum Corners sign, Franz Wilhelmsen, Armchair Glacier, and Jordan's Lodge covered in snow.
Part of Arv Pellegrin Fonds
A two-page spread from The Citizen newspaper in Squamish published Thursday May 29, 1986. Various small articles about Whistler are entitled: "Whistler summer kids program underway," "Green light given to Village Green project," "Second place for 3 Whistler residents," "Whistler Police Notes" and a short article about the funeral of Whistler resident Max Steininger.
- December 6, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; skiers; ceremony; RCMP; hydro lines; snowmobiling; drinking; ski boot fitting; bridge construction; Beaujolais Nouveau contest; Labatt's season opener party
Appears in December 13, 1984 issue:
02-387-76. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Don Martin of Whistler Snowmobile Services takes a flying leap over some soft powder aboard his Bombardier snowmobile. Martin is a member of a local venture that his winter will take the adventurous to snowbound destinations including Meager Creek Hot Springs. See story page 12.
Appears in December, 1984 issue:
02-387-15. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] B.C. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Toy (right) swears in Whistler's four new aldermen at a brief ceremony in council chambers Monday. Moments before, Judge Toy also officially authorized Mayor Terry Rodgers as the municipality's third ever mayor. The four new aldermen are (from left to right) Doug Fox, Paul Burrows, Diane Eby and Nancy Wilhelm-Morden. A reception followed the inaugural meeting of council.
02-387-127. Pg. 6. Caption: Work on the Conference Centre continues with the construction of a wall partition above the second floor. The wooden frame structure behind the scaffold will be attached to a moveable partition that will allow Conference Centre organizers to divide the main hall into two separate meeting areas.
02-387-110. Pg. 9. Caption: This Ruby's truck didn't make it through the BCR crossing at Function Junction Wednesday, Nov. 28. Icy roads made stopping difficult. The driver was uninjured, but thousands of dollars damage was done to the truck.
02-387-106. Pg. 10. Caption: Twyla Picton and Rolf Zeller were out cross-country skiing in the sub-freezing temperatures Whistler has experienced for the previous week. Cross-country skiing in the valley is the best in yeas with a total of 195 cm of snow fallen in November.
02-387-82. Pg. 12. Caption: John Colpitts fits Angela Schug, a hostess on Whistler Mountain, with a pair of Superset at Carleton Lodge Sports last Saturday.
02-387-103. Pg. 17. Caption: [top] Bartender Shawn Parker pours another draft for a thirsty Dusty's patron.
02-387-6. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Peter Silvanovich, Manager, North Vancouver.
02-387-3. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Jon Barker, Claims Adjuster, Toronto.
02-387-8. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] John Hatfull, Counsellor, Vancouver.
02-387-53. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Ski instructor Stephanie Sloan from Whistler Mountain was the grand prize winner in the Beaujolais Nouveau contest. Sloan will receive a trip for two via CP Air and KLM plus two days in Burgundy hosted by Rene Pedauque. Select Wines representative Wendy Taylor, left, Sarah Kuhleitner from Citta's and the WRA's June Paley picked the winners Sunday in Whistler's first ever Beaujolais Nouveau celebration.
02-387-28. Pg. 20. Caption: [bottom] Wendy Downes and Ron Hughes.
02-387-30. Pg. 20. Caption: [top] At Last week's Labatt's season opener party: (top) Bob Styan, Terry Burns, Greg Griffith, Brian Moran, June Paley.
- February 2, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; tennis; Blackcomb Ski Club; tires; skiing; pub; construction; RCMP; town planning; Canadian and American fire and police Carnival
Appears in February 2, 1984 issue:
02-370-102. Pg. 1. Caption: A sure sign of spring is the annual fall of the barrel into the waters of Alta Lake. Volunteer firemen Jim Crichton and Rick Crofton battled high winds and slippery ice Friday to place the barrel in the centre of the lake, marking the start of the Ice Break-up Derby.
02-370-69. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Can Cops ski? The answer is a definite yes, judging by the results of last week's Canadian-American Fire and Police Winter Carnival. Visiting defenders of the public, most of them from California, skied slalom and GS on both mountains. At an awards banquet at Delta Mountain Inn Saturday, local RCMP Constable Rene Des Fosses, left, and Rocky Fortin, right, delighted their American counterparts with their full-dress uniforms. The 240 visiting police and firemen hope to return next year with an even larger contingent, and will take advantage of the new Convention Centre.
02-370-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The Whistler Resort Association's newest member is 35-year-old Rob Tivy who takes over as the association's sales director. Tiny, a native of Calgary, started in the position Monday and expects to work out of an office in Vancouver. He says his main job will be to promote Whistler as a four-season resort and as a convention and seminar destination. Tivy's previous tourist experience includes being General Manager of the Edmonton Tourist and Convention Bureau and working of the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta. A business administration graduate from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Tivy is married with two children and lives in North Delta.
02-370-91. Pg. 6. Caption: Whistler Tennis International enters its third week of operation this weekend. Last Saturday was the official opening, where Lindsay Frew of Vancouver (left) and partner Gary Berge of Whistler took on Doug Barr of Whistler and Don Snyder of North Vancouver in the four-court tennis bubble at Myrtle Philip School. Players report the playing surface is a little fast, but that is compensated for by the dense air inside the bubble.
02-370-56. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Larry Germaine, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-370-6. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Jim Scribner, Contractor, Nesters.
02-370-57. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Alex Fraser, Bartender, Gondola Area.
02-370-50. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] A warm dry Monday brought out sun lovers and at lease one flautist.
02-370-29. Pg. 9. Caption: "Where's my master?" At lunch, apparently, while Fido (not his real name) guards the tow truck. Sunny, warm weather Monday, however, made this dog's job a little more pleasant than usual.
02-370-34. Pg. 12. Caption: It was the Whistler Mountain Ski Scamps Olympics Day last Sunday with more than 75 tykes taking part in grown-up ski racing. Kids were put through a mini slalom run and took part in a relay race to help determine their skill levels for future Ski Scamps classes. Jeff McMahon was the Black Diamond victor in the Super Scamp division. And the Regular Scamp winner was Tony Harisine while Jessica Humphries picked up top spot in the Beginners Green Circle Group.
- January 17, 1985
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to winter windsurfing; car accident; Councillor Terry Rodgers; RCMP Diving Team training session; portraits; scuba diving in winter; Drew Meredith; Stephanie Sloan
Appears in January 17, 1985 issue:
02-382-57. Pg. 1. Caption: An RCMP E-division diving trainee prepares to climb out of the frigid water of Nita Lake at last week's training session held in Whistler. The divers combed the lake bottom in pairs learning how to recover lost objects such as vehicles, weapons and bodies.
02-382-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The shaken occupant of a van that was struck at the Lorimer and Nesters intersection last Thursday morning leaves the upturned vehicle. About $4,000 damage was done to the two vehicles, but there were no serious injuries. The accident occurred when a car turning off Nesters Road collided with a second vehicle, which was travelling on Lorimer Road. The driver of the first car was charged with driving without due care and attention.
02-382-42. Pg. 7. Caption: [top left] Ernie Hnatiuk, general manager WLC Developments.
02-382-48. Pg. 7. Caption: [top right] Tom York, United Church Minister, Novelist.
02-382-76. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle] Wayne Dickinson, director of planning, RMOW.
02-382-67. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom] Stephanie Sloan, Women's Programs Co-ordinator, Whistler Mountain.
02-382-18. Pg. 10. Caption: "Ride fast, run free, sail the snow!" A new sport was unveiled last Sunday on Green Lake, wind skiing. The demonstration put on by Windrider, Canada, a subsidiary of the parent company located in Newport Beach, California was conducted to introduce the sport to the Whistler area during the first year of commercial production. Of interest, the rig has canted skis which makes it a snap to control and it is $695 Canadian.
02-382-27. Pg. 14. Caption:Divers prepare a plunge into Nita Lake.
02-382-53. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Bob Brenke, Engineer, Chicago.
02-382-54. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Mark Horne, Waiter, Emerald Estate.
02-382-61. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Dayton MacKenzie, Locked-out truck driver, Burnaby.
- January 27, 1981
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to RCMP; shoveling; construction; snowy winter; grocery store; views from the mountain
Appears in January 29, 1981 issue:
02-140-22. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Two of many skiers that made use of BCR passenger service last week.
02-140-18. Pg. 5. Caption: Don Willoughby and family check out the new store in the village. See story below.
02-140-25. Pg. 8-9. Caption: Volunteers transport federal mail after BCR dropped it at Whistler Station.
02-140-11. Pg. . Caption: Bob Ainsworth, Whistler Mountain area manager (left) and Peter Alder, Whistler Mountain Vice-President (right) celebrate new snow at base level in over a month with the photographer as a target for some hefty snowballs.