Pique Newsmagazine

Whistler’s housing challenges dampen welcome for new professional legislation

New B.C. legislation will make it easier for workers with foreign credentials to work in the area of their expertise. Housing them, however, presents big challenges.

Whistler Institute, Capilano University ink memorandum of understanding

The two organizations are establishing a formal connection two months after the announcement the North Vancouver-based university is coming to Squamish

Feds splash almost $2M on tourism-related projects in the Sea to Sky

Funding includes $500K for Whistler Sport Legacies to develop its new campground at Olympic Park

Site work underway for new Whistler Blackcomb staff housing building

Feds financing housing builds in Whistler, Squamish, Bowen Island

Housing, labour top list of business challenges heading into Whistler’s winter season

Tourism Whistler provides pre-season update to Whistler’s mayor and council

Vancouver man sues Whistler Blackcomb seven years after fall from chairlift

Snowboarder alleges negligence for fractured spine and other injuries suffered after slipping from lift

Woman suing province, Vail Resorts, Whistler organizations after tripping over chairlift

Cheryl Ann Picot alleges she broke her foot in a 2021 fall by Whistler Blackcomb admin building in Upper Village

Whistler Blackcomb opening day set for Nov. 23

Skiers and riders have until Sept. 4 to purchase an Epic Pass before prices increase

Whistler's labour crunch isn't letting up

Only one in three businesses fully staffed; owners reporting ‘softer’ summer than pre-pandemic

Whistler tourism revenue soars thanks to busy ski season

First-quarter financial report details busy start to year for municipality