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AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment) fonds

  • AWARE
  • Fonds
  • [2000]-2002

This fonds consists of textual material created by AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment), including an informational sheet about the 2001 AWARE Wetlands Campaign, Issue #22 of the newsletter The Aware Conserver, January 2002, and a booklet about AWARE's campaign to save the Upper Elaho-Sims Creek wilderness area [c. 2000].

AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment)

Akiko

Draw entry answer by Akiko for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" Akiko responded:

"{I don't know my English enough to say my thinking} I feel so love and passion of people (community) here and that makes Whistler as a very special place. Sometimes Whistler looks like snowy- 'Disneyland' means a bit busy but all age's skier could enjoy to being here, which is wonderful. I am afraid that we might break environment of nature like water, garbage, and trees...after our development. Thank you so much for the wonderful stories tonight."

Anonymous [3]

Draw entry answer by an anonymous entrant for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" the individual responded:

"Whistler Mountain felt like a big adventure, with big moguls, hiking beyond the T-bars into avalanche zones, skiing in jeans and leather boots. Whistler is now an international destination resort where well-dressed tourists stay in expensive hotels and ski mostly on groomed slopes while the locals attempt to find more room and fresh powder by hiking beyond the lifts. Whistler Mountain in the future will hopefully be managed to preserve a sense of adventure while also provide for the tourists who visit and support operations without overly compromising our human impact on our amazing environment."

Anti-Olympic Movement

Materials gathered by Sara Jennings which oppose the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, including a Whistler Watch pamphlet titled "Whistler Welcomes the World But ... at what cost?", an AWARE pamphlet titled "THESE GAMES ARE NOT GREEN!", and a poster for an "Inside the Olympics Industry" talk given by Dr. Helen Lensky of the University of Toronto. The material is intended to spread awareness of the environmental, financial, and social costs of the Olympic Games, and to encourage changes to be made by the International Olympic Committee.

Blabcomb - Vol. IV, Issue 4 - Feb. 13, 1991

  • YANISIW-01-02-003
  • File
  • February 13, 1991
  • Part of CJ Yanisiw

Issue of Blabcomb - Blackcomb Mountain's staff newsletter - from February 13, 1991. Articles include:

  • Happy Valentine's Day
  • A little rain doesn't stop us...we get better...and better.....
  • You're Exceptional!
  • Blackcomb - A Leader in Snow-making
  • Hurray for Blackcomb's own heroes
  • Search & Rescue Team - Blackcomb Mountain Ski Patrol
  • Job Announcement
  • The February I.C.E. Awards (& Party)
  • Club Couloir
  • For Your Info...
  • Rendezvous Ridge Question of the Week
  • Employee Relations Committee for Positive Change in the Workplace
  • Blackcomb is turning green!
  • Staff Clinic Schedule
  • Millar's Pond
  • The Classifieds

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

Draft of Official Community Plan - October 29, 1976

  • WA_2019_037-01-004
  • File
  • October 29, 1976
  • Part of Geoff Pearce

Draft of the Official Community Plan sent to the Resort Municipality of Whistler on behalf of Urban Programme Planners (of R. E. Mann Ltd.) on October 29, 1976. The document is a revised and expanded version of Bylaw No. 8 [WA_2019_037_01_003]. The plan is preceded by a letter to council presenting the plan on behalf of R. E. Mann and D. A. Halverson. The plan itself covers development area designations and policies, accommodation projection and allocation, distribution of future accommodation, accommodation mix, residential areas and potential residential areas, local commercial services, service commercial and industrial areas, recreation reserve areas, rural resource areas, transportation policies, sewer and water systems, and zoning and subdivision development regulations.

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