Megan Lalonde

Statistics show a strong rebound for B.C.’s tourism industry in 2022

As visitor numbers trend ever closer to pre-pandemic levels in B.C., its tourism industry’s labour force isn’t recovering at quite the same rate. “We picked up a lot of momentum after many of the...

New Creekside lifts won't be ready for opening day, Whistler Blackcomb confirms

With Red Chair 'further along' than gondola due to shipping delays, free shuttles between Creekside and Village will aim to help ease congestion

Vancouver Coastal Health warns of possible hepatitis A exposure at two Whistler restaurants

Public health officials advise people who dined at Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar or Il Caminetto from July 4 to 20 to monitor for symptoms, but say the risk of transmission is low.

Draft hosting concept unveiled for B.C.’s proposed 2030 Olympic bid

The plan would see Whistler host alpine skiing, sliding and Nordic events during the Indigenous-led Games

As public support dips, the push for a Vancouver/Whistler 2030 Olympic bid presses on

For Whistler’s Olympic legacy venues, the timing would be ‘just about right’

Vancouver’s Car Free Day is turning into Car Free Month

The organization will host a series of smaller events from August 29 to September 25

Keep an eye out for this larger-than-life public dance installation in downtown Vancouver

Rebo(u)nd is being projected nightly over eight storeys near English Bay until May 8

2020 in 20 photographs: Vancouver photographer launches new solo exhibit

Steven Audia’s 20/2020 takes place at The James Black Gallery from April 23 to 25

All Whistler adults are now eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines

All adults who live or work in Whistler are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) announced Sunday, April 11. The health authority said locals and employees aged...