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"Whistler Mountain through the years" Timeline

Newspaper clipping from the Vancouver Sun including a timeline of "Whistler Mountain through the years." Significant events from the opening of Rainbow Lodge in 1914 to the naming of Whistler as top ski resort in North America in 2015 are listed. The clipping also contains the continuation of an article from page A17 about the history of Whistler. There are two photographs: skiers disembarking a gondola in 1991 and construction work on Whistler Town Centre in 1980.

Vancouver Sun

Blackcomb Resort Magic Volume 1 Spring 1988

The Magic magazine released by Blackcomb Mountain, volume 1, spring 1988.
Table of Contents:
3 The Art of the Grand Resort
5 A Passion for Building
2 The Blackcomb Vision
4 Summer Magic
Articles include information on Myrtle and Alex Philip opening Rainbow Lodge, the development of the resort on Blackcomb Mountain, grand hotels at resorts like the Chateau Whistler, driving the Sea to Sky Highway, living in Whistler, summer activities, Bosa Development Corp. building Blackcomb Mountain, how Blackcomb Mountain's previous season went, and development of hotels on Blackcomb Mountain.

Bryan Vogler

  • WA_2018_017
  • Fonds
  • 2003-2006

Fonds consists of two letters representing the proposal that started the Whistler Express train, in which donor (Bryan Vogler) played a role. The proposal was a bid process between VIA Rail and the Rocky Mountaineer Rail Group; the Rocky Mountaineer was ultimately successful. The letters talk of the necessity of developing a Commuter Rail Service to facilitate tourist transportation between Whistler, Squamish, and North Vancouver.

Contents include:

  • VOG_001: Letter, Dena Coward (Manager of Transportation & Paralympics) to Peter Milburn (Executive Project Director, Ministry of Transportation, Sea to Sky Project Office) cc Bryan Vogler, February 6 2003.
  • VOG_002: Letter, Bryan Vogler to Peter Milburn, May 11 2006 (2 pages).

Magazines

Articles include information on Myrtle and Alex Philip opening Rainbow Lodge, the development of the resort on Blackcomb Mountain, grand hotels at resorts like the Chateau Whistler, driving the Sea to Sky Highway, living in Whistler, summer activities, Bosa Development Corp. building Blackcomb Mountain, how Blackcomb Mountain's previous season went, and development of hotels on Blackcomb Mountain.

Map of Alpine Meadows

Map of the Alpine Meadows neighbourhood, with labelled streets and numbered lots. In the bottom right-hand corner is contact information for Capilano Highlands Ltd., which developed the neighbourhood.

Olympic Games Planner

A daily calendar and planner entitled "A Local's Guide to the 2010 Olympic Games". It includes tips for planning around the Olympic Games, as well as information on how access the events and torch relays, with a focus on February and March of 2010. It also includes maps and information on what's happening in and around Whistler is 2010, a short history of the Olympic journey, and interesting facts. The planner is divided into Live, Work and Play sections to provide locals with helpful information.

Table of Contents:
4-9 Journey to the Games: A Dream Realized
10-11 January Tips
12-13 February Month at a Glance
14-69 February Day-by-Day
70-71 March Tips
72-73 March Month at a Glance
74-92 March Day-by-Day
93-104 Live: Living the Dream, Local Tips, Top 3 Q & A, The Important Stuff, The Ultimate Daypack, Transportation
105-114 Work: Living the Dream, Local Tips, Top 3 Q & A, The Important Stuff, Transportation
115-147 Play: Living the Dream, Local Tips, Top 3 Q & A, The Important Stuff, Local Involvement, Torch Relays, Other Cultural Events, Transportation.
148-153 Maps
154-156 Details (Useful phone numbers, websites and glossary.

Olympic Sea to Sky Checkpoint Permit

A Sea to Sky Highway Checkpoint permit from the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. One side contains a barcode and blank space to indicate the date to which the permit is valid. The back side has instructions for displaying the permit in a vehicle and instructions about valid use.

Photographs

Photographs of the Sea-to-Sky Highway (Highway 99) in the few years prior to the upgrades in preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver and Whistler. There are also many photographs of a presentation on the changes to be made to the highway.

Captions on verso are as follows:
001: "Highway | Looking West @ Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal"
002: "Sea to Sky Highway Horseshoe Bay Terminal"
003: "Highway | Looking East from Horseshoe Bay Terminal"
004: "July '89 Sea to Sky Highway 16 km north of Horseshoe Bay @ Viewpoint"
005: "Sea to Sky Highway wire mesh on rock faces"
006: "Sea to Sky Highway 16 km north of Horseshoe Bay at Viewpoint"
044: "Sea to Sky Highway #99 1st Viewpoint South of Charles Creek Looking South"
045: "Sea to Sky Highway Wire mesh on cliff faces to prevent rock falls"
046: "Sea-to-Sky Highway 99 North of Deeks Creek Looking North Brunswick Point"
047: "Sea to Sky Highway #99 North of Deeks Creek looking South"
048: "Highway #1 travelling West to Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal"
049: "Sea to Sky Highway Highway 1 approaching Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal July 89"
050: "Highway #1 Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal looking West July 89"
051: "Sea to Sky Highway South of Lions Bay Lone Tree Creek Bridge Old & New July 89"
052: "Sea to Sky Temporary Bailey Bridge July 1989"
053: "Sea to Sky Highway Lone Tree Creek Bridge replacement Highway 99 South of Lions Bay looking South"
054: "Sea to Sky Highway Loggers Creek Bridge South of Porteau Cove Prov. Park"
055: "Sea to Sky Highway Loggers Creek Bridge South of Porteau Cove Prov. Park"
056: "First Viewpoint South of Charles Crk looking South"
057: "Sea to Sky Highway July 89"
058: "Temporary Bailey Bridge Highway 99 to facilitating the construction of [intentional blank] Creek Bridge July 89"
059: "Travelling West to Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal July 89"
060: "Sea to Sky Highway #99 Vicinity of Porteau Cove"
061: "Sea to Sky Highway Highway 99 Lone Tree Creek Bridge Replacement South of Lions Bay"
062: "Highway 99 in the vicinity of Porteau Cove"
063: "Charles Creek Debris Basin"
064: "Sea to Sky Highway 99 North of Deeks Creek looking South by [Tom Packin?]"
065: "Sea to Sky Highway 99 Viewpoint South of Charles Creek looking South"
066: "Sea to Sky Highway 99 Viewpoint South of Charles Creek looking North"
067: "Sea to Sky Highway Highway #1 approaching Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal July 89"

Plan of Subdivision of Portions of District Lot 1755, District Lot 3862 and Lot 13 (Except Portion Included in Plan 12721) Of District Lot 4753 (Plan 12521), Group 1, New Westminster District

A plan of the Whistler Cay district neighbourhood from 1969. The plan shows the subdivision of lots, although roads, with the exception of the Garibaldi Highway, are unnamed. A legend appears in the bottom left-hand corner and the plans are signed by the owners of the land, the Approving Officer Department of Highways, the City of Vancouver Land Surveyor, the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, and the Land Registry Office. The scale is 1 inch = 100 feet.

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