Partial recall for the week of July 6th 

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Sweet flag The Fairmont Chateau Whistler offered cupcakes iced in red and white to look like Canada's maple leaf flag in celebration of Canada Day on Saturday, July 1.
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Generations celebrate Ninety-year-old Robert Windsor joined his daughter Marta Hollander in Whistler for Canada's 150th birthday on Saturday, July 1.
Photo by Joern Rohde for the Bearfoot Bistro
Diners of Confederation The Bearfoot Bistro held a long table Fathers of Confederation Tribute Dinner on the Whistler Golf Course driving range in support of the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation on Saturday, July 1.
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Coffee and independence Paintertainment's Lyndsey Rae Harkonen, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, took a little break on the 4th of July in Whistler.
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River wranglers The 20th annual Wedge Whitewater Rodeo raised $35,000 for Whistler homeless youth charity Zero Ceiling with sumo wrestling and raft games on the Green River on Wednesday, June 21.
Photo by Liz Peacock
Joining the library Newbies Anthony Collins (11 weeks), Laurence Peacock (8 weeks) and Finley Ouellette (5 weeks) visited the Whistler Public Library with their parents for information on infant first aid. The library's info drop-in takes place every Thursday at 11 a.m.
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Sweet flag The Fairmont Chateau Whistler offered cupcakes iced in red and white to look like Canada's maple leaf flag in celebration of Canada Day on Saturday, July 1.