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CRTC Decision 2006 – 642
Commission approves the application by The Mountain Culture Collective Radio
Society for a broadcast licence to operate a developmental community FM radio
programming undertaking in Whistler, British Columbia.”
is the effort of an unexpressed possibility to come into action.
our gratitude, to every person who offered support and/or healthy skepticism.
OK, all y’all,
it’s time to come out of the woodwork with your ideas for musical and spoken
Scott Kittleson, Chairman
Culture Collective Radio Society
The Alta Lake School would like to express our sincerest gratitude to everyone who came out and participated in the Christmas Fair this past weekend! It was such a joy to see all the busy little bees, young and old, using their amazing creativity and dexterity to create beautiful hand made gifts and toys for giving.
Special thanks to Grandpa Al at Aphrodite’s Organic Delights in Vancouver for supplying us with the delicious quiches and pumpkin pie, Bruce at Nesters for supplying the yummy hot dogs and drinks, and Scotty at The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory for donating the deliciously decadent caramel for the caramel apples.
Many parents and students (too many to mention!) donated their time and talents to make this much anticipated community celebration happen; thank you, thank you, thank you!
Warmest Wishes to all for the Holiday Season!
Alta Lake School
An inconsiderate ‘guest’
I would like to respond to the Globe & Mail’s article on Nov. 25, 2006: “Overindulging in Whistler, Naked women, Eight-course Meal, Ten years into the ski resort's Cornucopia fest, Russell Smith finds there is a limit to the number of oysters one can swallow”