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Photo by Justa Jeskova for Whistler Multicultural Festival
A world of art A young festivalgoer learns different crafts made by Whistler's different communities at the annual Whistler Multicultural Festival on Friday, June 9.
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Bears with us The Fairmont Chateau Whistler officially unveiled prominent visitor signage containing bear awareness information in key, high-traffic locations throughout the resort on Friday, June 9. Clockwise from top left: Rui Pereira, Lynn Gervais, Wendy Hargreaves, Amy Bourne, Kate Smyth, Edgar Peterson, and Norman Mastalir (centre).
Photo by Ira Pettle
Taking a break Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery as Brandon Smith posed next to the large bronze sculpture Jeri by Whistler artist James Stewart, located near Rebagliati Park.
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Ride on! Wagon Rides were fun for kids and parents at the Hooves Trails Family Day in Pemberton on Sunday, June 11.
Photo by Vince Edmonds/www.instagram.com/vinceemond
Don't dump garbage in paradise Vince Edmonds and Devan Francis (pictured) were visiting Joffre Lakes last weekend when they came across a large amount of garbage. They carried around 20 kilograms of abandoned cans, plastic and a tent out of the stunning and popular wilderness area on Monday, June 12.
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Photo by Justa Jeskova for Whistler Multicultural Festival
A world of art A young festivalgoer learns different crafts made by Whistler's different communities at the annual Whistler Multicultural Festival on Friday, June 9.