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Wolves: The Art of Dempsey Bob

Katherine Fawcett

The atmosphere on the opening weekend of the new exhibition Wolves: The Art of Dempsey Bob at the revered Audain Art Museum seemed especially charged.

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What We Love Now

Dee Raffo | Images Joern Rohde

Whistler has you covered for tasty food & drink. The Forecast is calling for coffee and so much more, so check out Forecast Coffee’s new location in Function Junction.

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Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Dee Raffo

Our feet are a masterpiece of engineering and work hard for us year-round, but in winter, they get squeezed into ski and snowboard boots, endure freezing temperatures, and yet we still expect them to look presentable

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Sculpture – Three Dimensions of Expression

Katherine Fawcett

The intentional use of space, surface and shadow to create artistic flow is unique to sculpture. An “off the wall” experience of sculpture’s three-dimensional nature can be both exciting and challenging, and Whistler’s art galleries are at the forefront of showcasing the work of some of Canada’s finest sculptors.

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The Summer Side of Whistler

Rebecca Wood Barrett | Images by Joern Rohde

Summertime in Whistler serves up an embarrassment of riches: endless exciting activities; an abundance of freshly picked,

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Taste & Indulgence

Whistler Traveller

Treat yourself to some decadent hand-made fudge, and you must try their Whistler-inspired Grizzly Claws at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.

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Art Galleries

WHISTLER TRAVELLER

Visit Whistler’s exceptional galleries to admire an array of artistic talent and perhaps find that unique piece for your home.

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Shopping and Sightseeing in Vancouver

Dee Raffo | Images by Joern Rohde

Shopping is a great way to explore Vancouver’s diverse neighbourhoods, and if you throw in a few of Vancouver’s “must-do” sightseeing attractions along the way, you have the perfect combination of retail therapy and cultural experiences. Here are just a few options that merge the two when visiting Vancouver.

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Squamish

David Burke | Images by Joern Rohde

The Sea to Sky Corridor community of Squamish has long been considered a unique place — first for millennia by the Squamish (Skwxwú7mesh in their language) people who still call it home, then by the first Europeans who arrived in the late 1800s