Pique Newsmagazine

Whistler Blackcomb operator discusses reopening plan in email to employees

Vail Resorts aims to start up lifts in late June or early July, CEO says

B.C. confirms 95 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 1,948

There are now 1,948 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 in B.C., after health officials announced 95 new cases Saturday. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry reports that there are 778 cases in...

Here’s all the festive winter fun happening in Whistler

Natural snow in the valley or not, Whistler’s winter programming kicks off today (Nov. 30) with the opening of the skating rink at Olympic Plaza. “Come to Whistler Village for a range of activities...

Could electric seaplanes be coming to Vancouver?

Harbour Air has taken a significant step in its goal of creating an electric fleet of seaplanes, but it will likely be several years before any of them carry passengers to and from Vancouver. The...

Tourism Whistler is predicting a slight downturn in international visitors this winter

Tourism Whistler (TW) is predicting a “slight decline” in room-night bookings to the resort this winter due in part to a softening global economy that is impacting a handful of key international...

Getting lost on a bike

Mountain biking? Nay. Touring? Not quite. Hiking? Heck no! Welcome to the world of bikepacking

Pemberton Music Festival lost millions each year: bankruptcy trustee

Secured creditors 1644609 Alberta Ltd. and Janspec Holdings waive their claims; there is fear unsecured creditors will never be paid, including ticket holders owed $8.23m

Pemberton Music Festival bankruptcy documents list $16.7 million owed to creditors

Companies and individuals in Whistler, Pemberton, Vancouver and U.S. await June 6 creditors meeting

Labour shortage costing some Whistler businesses over $10,000 a month

Whistler Chamber of Commerce says survey shows businesses have increased wages by between 6 and 25% in effort to attract workers