The new Whistler Village model on display at the Village display suite adjacent to Municipal Hall.
The Molson World Cup course workers enjoy a little R&R courtesy of Molson’s after a hard day’s work on the course.
The line waiting to get up Whistler Mountain in Creekside.
An aerial view of Flute Basin.
Slim Fougberg was honoured at a school board event in Pemberton. The evening included speeches, dinner and skits.
University school break results in record mid-week crowds.
Developer Peter Gregory and Architect Archambault show plans for the 316 room Mountain Inn (today the Hilton).
Not a Corral! This new fenced area outside L’Après is just the extension of the patio area in readiness for the spring season.
Oops! Warm wet weather caused the snow to slide off this Telemark roof and flatten the wagon parked below.
Carved lions guard the hotel entrance of the newly completed Whistler Creek Lodge.
Local Brownies and Guides gathered at Myrtle Philip School.
The first skiers come off the Whistler Village Chair on February 28. You might be wondering where all the snow got to.
Dr. Rob Burgess, Dr. Christine Rodgers, Howie Goldsmid and Bill Hooson at the hospital meeting.
The Tapley’s crowd enjoy a few brews in the sun on Sunday, March 1. Photo by Greg D’Amico.
On the job, the LTI truck proves its worth at Whistler West fire.
The Molson World Downhill came to Whistler, bringing thousands of spectators to the resort along with it.
Gr… Grrrgreat gorillas, Batman! Some people went just plain ape over the World Cup at Whistler.
Sold Out! Hungry ski fans eager to meet the competitors in the World Downhill race polished off the sauerkraut and sausages in record time Thursday. (L-R) Louise Zinsli, Jenny Busdon, Evelyn Cullen and Trudy Gruetzke of the Whistler Chamber of Commerce display the leftovers.
Thousands upon thousands of spectators jam Whistler Village Square for the World Cup presentations.
A torchlight parade makes its way down Whistler Mountain.
Tony Fernandez, R.6 Herron and Danno Five-O rock the socks off a packed house at Myrtle Philip School Saturday, February 27.
Doug Bennett and fellow slugs gave the crowd what they paid for and more during two performances at the Longhorn.
The last girders are in place on the new Culliton Creek bridge. Now it can stand on its own concrete feet. Highways crews now must put on decking, pave approaches and cut the ribbon before the span opens to traffic this spring. Though you can’t tell from this photo, this bridge is famously orange.
Stre-e-e-tch in all directions in this lycra and cotton cross-country ski suit modelled by Shelley Nichol at a fashion show at Sundial Restaurant Thursday. The display was put on for the WRA by Virginiga Meachin of Whistler Cross-Country Ski Centre and featured fashions from Carlsberg’s, Inge’s, The Downhill Shop, Whistler Village Sports, Village Traditions, Brick Shirt House and Whistler Tops.
Brownies from Barbados offer food and facts about their country at Myrtle Philip School Monday, February 28.
“Hold’er newt!” Cress Walker and Paul Clark inch their just-built Dash 34 sailboat out of the warehouse in preparation for launch day Monday, February 28. It was a tight squeeze but it came out just as it went in – barely.
The Baxter Group’s Gondola Village has sprouted up like mushrooms at the gondola base during the past four months. Cranes continue to put the finishing touches to 245 units included in the project.
Export “A” Cup racers milled around the time board Wednesday to find out how they placed in the downhill but almost everyone was surprised when unheralded Steven Lee from Australia emerged as the victor.
Jack Demidoff points to the spot where he and his hoe smashed through the ice on Nita Lake.
Skateboarder Harry Hovatha of Victoria does a 360 aboard his Austrian-made Swingbo, a skateboard on skis that sells for about $400 and was recently introduced to the Canadian market. Hovatha was with a group of skateboarders who visited Whistler last week on a promotional tour. But they couldn’t use Whistler Mountain lifts because of provincial lift regulations.