Partial recall for the week of April 30th 

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Photo by Paul Fournier
PAYING TRIBUTE A few of Whistler's first responders went to the cenotaph at Whistler Olympic Plaza on Friday, April 24, to pay tribute to the victims of the recent mass shooting in Nova Scotia, including RCMP Cst. Heidi Stevenson.
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READING MATERIAL McKinley was very interested in "The best summer job" article Pique published last week, while out for some fresh air.
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VIRTUAL CELEBRATIONS Normally each April, Pique staff gather in Richmond for the Ma Murrays, an annual awards ceremony celebrating the best and brightest B.C. and Yukon's newsmedia industry had to offer in the previous year. While this year's ceremony may have been pushed to a virtual format, that didn't stop Pique staff from popping the champagne and celebrating our multiple gold-medal wins together over Zoom.
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QUARANTINE ART Talented Whistler resident Tyler created this image of "Goof the Ostrich" while physical distancing at home.
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THE THREE BEARS As Whistler's four-legged residents continue to emerge from hibernation, Whistlerite Ross McGaw captured photos of a mama bear showing her adorable cubs the ropes. To help keep these bears (and yourself!) safe this summer, remember to keep all wildlife attractants secured and to give bears lots of space if you see them out and about.
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Photo by Paul Fournier
PAYING TRIBUTE A few of Whistler's first responders went to the cenotaph at Whistler Olympic Plaza on Friday, April 24, to pay tribute to the victims of the recent mass shooting in Nova Scotia, including RCMP Cst. Heidi Stevenson.