Partial recall for the week of November 14 

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REMEMBRANCE RECOGNITION Whistler-based employer Coastal Mountain Excavations was honoured by the Canadian Forces Liaison Council and National Defense with an Employer Recognition certificate following Remembrance Day services on Monday, Nov. 11. The award recognizes the firm's generosity towards an employee who also serves as a Canadian Forces Army Reservist.
Photo by Dan Falloon
CAT'S GOT IT Otis agreed with this historical column from Alison Taylor as his dad Dan Falloon worked on a piece for this week's feature.
Photo by Kendall Benbow
WAG WALKS Longtime Whistler Animals Galore resident Lola enjoyed the sunny fall weather during a walk in Whistler last week (and yes, she's still looking for her forever home).
Photo by Clare Ogilvie
BEAR CRAWL This black bear was spotted on a local golf course during a sunny day earlier this month, hopefully preparing for a long winter nap.
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SILENT DISCO From left to right, Brittany Kirby, Jillian Stahr, Chantel Clayden, Jess Richards and Michelle Roydhouse having a blast at Cornucopia's Silent Disco on Sunday, Nov. 10, thanks to the tunes flowing from their headphones.
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PANCAKE BREAKFAST President Brian Brown and members of the Rotary Club of Whistler Millennium were on hand to flip and serve pancakes during Whistler Community Services Society's Connect Whistler week.
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Photo by Megan Lalonde
REMEMBRANCE RECOGNITION Whistler-based employer Coastal Mountain Excavations was honoured by the Canadian Forces Liaison Council and National Defense with an Employer Recognition certificate following Remembrance Day services on Monday, Nov. 11. The award recognizes the firm's generosity towards an employee who also serves as a Canadian Forces Army Reservist.