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1978-2007

Photographs of various people skiing and snowboarding on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, cross-country skiing, aerial shots of the mountains and Whistler Village, early construction of Whistler Village, Creekside Gondola, the Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival, mountain views, Arnold Palmer golfing at Whistler Golf Course, the Delta Mountain Inn, ski racing at the Molson World Cup Downhill and Hochtaler Cup, canoeing, chairifts, the water slide at the Springs, hang gliding, hockey on a frozen lake, tennis, events on the mountain, Ski Scamps, RCMP, Willie Whistler, Christine's Restaurant at Rendezvous Lodge, snow bikes, sledding, catskiing, heli-skiing, snowboarding, fishing, alpenglow, deer, a gambling event at Whistler Conference Centre, Alta Lake, Whistler Cay, Andy and Bonnie Munster's cabin, Lyall Featherstone's cabin, Green Lake, the rescue cable car over the Cheakamus River in Cheakamus Crossing, a helicopter evacuating someone, Roundhouse Lodge, a helicopter at the microwave tower, alpenglow on Mt. Weart and Wedge Mountain, adaptive ski racing, fireworks, trampolining at the Highland Lodge, an event in the Myrtle Philip School gym, a car show in Village Square, Skier's Chapel, Nasty Jack's, Longhorn Saloon & Grill, Dos Senoritas Restaurant, the Jazz Festival on the mountain, Cheakamus Lake, aerobics, choir, sunsets, swimming pools, hotels, a Labatt's hot air balloon, Whistler Resort & Club at Nita Lake, freestyle skiing and snowboarding, ski ballet, Fitzsimmons Creek, Vale Inn, backcountry skiing, condominiums in the Benchlands, Secret Bowl, the Saudan Couloir, Black Tusk, Excalibur Gondola, Harmony Bowl, Symphony Bowl, Christmas lights, Whistler Peak, Village North, and Birkenhead Peak in Pemberton.

Blabcomb - Vol. IV, Issue 5 - March 11, 1991

  • YANISIW-01-02-004
  • File
  • March 11, 1991
  • Part of CJ Yanisiw

Issue of Blabcomb - Blackcomb Mountain's staff newsletter - from March 11, 1991. Articles include:

  • Letters from our guests
  • Notice to all employees from out of province
  • What's happened to everyone in admin?
  • Playing around with numbers
  • Social Club Members
  • Blackcomb Deadlines
  • A Day in the Life of a Salesperson
  • University of Blackcomb
  • Break-In
  • Medical Seminar Series
  • Employee Relations Committee
  • "Oz Lingo"
  • New column for Blabcomb (Dear Blabby)
  • Broomball Broohaha
  • I. C. E. Awards
  • Snowdance was a ball
  • Police on Blackcomb?
  • Announcements
  • Recognition
  • Enviro Watch Column
  • Notes from the Service Committee
  • Staff Clinic Schedule
  • Gossip
  • Personals
  • Calling All Artists
  • Classifieds

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  • GRI-01-55-004
  • File
  • March 1980 - March 1985
  • Part of Greg Griffith

Photographs of John Creelman and his family gathered with other skiers on a mountain top, groups of skiers on Whistler Mountain near Roundhouse Lodge, people skiing on Blackcomb Mountain approaching Blackcomb base, Blackcomb Mountain and the base of [Cruiser?] Chair looking down onto Whistler Village, various group parties or events indoors and on the mountains, children participating in the Ski Scamps on Whistler Mountain, people riding chairlifts in summer, Whistler Village in winter near Clocktower Building, a Molson World Cup Downhill skier signing an autograph for a child, a group of people gathered dining in [Christine's?] on a the mountain, the medal ceremony for the 1982 Molson World Cup Downhill in Village Square with large crowds of spectators, and Willie Whistler posing with RCMP officers in their dress uniform.

Captions:
001: "John Creelman + Family"
006: "TOP OF WHISTLER"

Slides

  • GRI-01-55-013
  • File
  • February 1984 - May 1984
  • Part of Greg Griffith

Photographs of a Jazz on the Mountain festival on Whistler or Blackcomb Mountain as seen from the stage looking out towards the audience, an aerial of alpenglow on Mount Weart, a group of people at an event in Myrtle Philip Elementary School's gymnasium, a helicopter working on Microwave tower with mountain views in the background, various people or skiers entering and in a building related to Whistler Mountain, Molly Boyd and Dave Murray (item 008), a large crowd near Skier's Plaza watching an event or medal ceremony for the Hochtaler Cup that include the RCMP in dress uniform, an aerial of Cheakamus Lake and of Blackcomb Mountain peak, and skiers riding Red Chair with a crowded Roundhouse Lodge in the background.

Week of February 2, 1984

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.

Whistler Traveller Magazine 2012

Whistler Traveller magazine from summer/fall 2012.
Table of Contents:
16 Whistler - Welcome to Sea to Sky Country
22 Before Whistler Was Whistler - A look back at Whistler's pioneers
32 Pure Whistler Adventures - Mountain playground for thrillseekers
37 Improving your Ride - Honing your mountain biking skills
40 Rainbow Lake Trail - Discover a treasure
44 Get on Board - Stand up paddleboarding
48 Black Beauties - Insight from Whistler's Bear Man
52 Tips from the Pros - Sharpening up your game with the local pros
59 Destination: Relaxation - Unplug, unwind and rejuvenate
66 Kitchen Q & A - Executive chef Stufano
69 Passion of the Sea - Discovering BC oysters
76 BC Wines - Your guide to the bes
80 Seeing Stars - Heavenly nights in Whistler
90 Winged Intelligence - Getting to know the clever ravens
92 RCMP - Law and order Canadian style
94 Pemberton - Discovering the fertile valley
96 Squamish - Exploring the outdoor recreation capital of Canada
106 Vancouver - The city
Local:
8, 10 Vibe - This 'n that ... Whistler style
12 Raves & Faves - A local's perspective
74 What We Love Now... - Try these!
Adventure:
26 Endless Activities - Your guide to adrenaline pumping fun from atv rides to ziplines
Taste:
62 Epicurean Indulgence - Where to go for everything from apres to artisan steak
Style:
84 Shopping - Check out the latest in fashion, art, gear and more
Calendar:
100 Whistler Events - What's happening
Where:
102 Local Maps - Find your way around Whistler Village and surrounding areas

Articles in the magazine include information on: sustainability, wildlife, Whistler amenities and things to do in the area, Whistler's pioneers, summer adventure activities, mountain biking, the Rainbow Trail, stand-up paddle-boarding, black bears, golf courses, spas in the Whistler area, recommended places to eat and drink, oysters, a BC wine guide, seeing the stars in the Whistler area, shopping in Whistler, Ravens, the RCMP, Pemberton, Squamish, a calendar of events and a map of Whistler Village.and an article about tourist attractions in Vancouver.

Whistler Traveller Winter/Spring 2009/10

Tourism magazine providing information on the many amenities Whistler has to offer for the Winter and Spring seasons.

Table of Contents:

DESTINATIONS
p. 16: Whistler - welcome to sea to sky country!
p. 52: Squamish - the outdoor adventure capital of Canada
p. 70: Pemberton - the fertile valley to the north

LOCAL FLAVOUR
p.8, 10: Local Vibe - Whistler style
p.12: Local Raves & Faves - Lauralee shares her Whistler favourites
p. 14: Why Don't You - try this!

OLYMPICS
p. 24: Eternal Flame - the story behind the Olympic torch
p. 28: Olympic Mascots - the characters of the games
p. 74 - Proud To Be Canadian - Hosting the 2010 Winter Games
p. 78 - Gold Rush - Paralympic Profiles

DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
p. 58: Dining & Entertainment - an array of culinary delights
p. 60: What's Hot
p. 65: Chef Profile
p. 68: Liquid Dessert - Icewine
p. 70: Choose Wisely - Oceanwise

SPA & WELLNESS
p. 96: Eastern Therapy - shiatsu healing
p. 100: Heavenly Soak - hot tub etiquette

CULTURE
p. 56: The Vanished Village - what lies beneath

MAPS
p. 42: Ski Trail Map
p. 44: Cross-country Ski Map
p. 108: Local Maps

STYLE
p. 80: Shopping - take home a local treasure
p. 88: Native Arts - priceless tradition

ADVENTURE
p. 30: Things To Do - plan your adventure
p. 36: Backcountry Adventures - adrenaline pumping fun
p. 46: Winter Wonderland - off the slope adventures
p. 52: Lost & Found - the call of the brave

CALENDAR
p. 106: Whistler Events - what's happening during your stay

SAFETY
p. 86: Cougars - what you need to know if you encounter this local resident