Depending on the year, the photos from each week of the Whistler Question Collection show a very different side of Whistler. Some weeks are dominated by photos of skiing and resort events (like Labatt’s World Cup Freestyle this week in 1980) while others demonstrate a community similar to many other small towns (think an Easter egg hunt and the completion of a new playground).
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- A bonfire of skis is offered to Ullr at the first publicly organized ski burning in Whistler, January 1984. It has… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 5 days ago
- Ski fashion: 1980s/90s kids edition. While helmets are highly recommended today, the Whistler branded hat matches q… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 6 days ago