Partial recall for the week of October 3 

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Photo by Megan Lalonde
ENVIRONMENT ENTHUSIASTS Whistler Climate Strike organizer Aaron Murray amps up the crowd of protestors before setting off from Lost Lake Park on Friday, Sept. 27. Despite rainy weather, the Whistler community showed up in full force to advocate for more action to combat climate change during the Climate Strike march.
Photo by Megan Lalonde
ENVIRONMENT ENTHUSIASTS Despite rainy weather, the Whistler community showed up in full force to advocate for more action to combat climate change during the Climate Strike march.
Photo by Catherine Power Chartrand
CLIMATE CRUSADERS From left to right, local students Shalimar Fisker, Emily Sustarsic and Ashley Knapton made their voices heard at Whistler's Climate Strike on Friday, Sept. 27.
Photo by Clare Ogilvie
COFFEE WITH COPS From left to right, RCMP members Const. Dylan Rinke, Cpl. Jeff Witzke, Const. Kenny Ma and Const. Emily Ryan chatted with the community during a Coffee with Cops meet-and-greet event at Alpine Cafe on Wednesday morning, Oct. 2.
Photo by Aga Iwanicka
SKATE (AND) JAM Skaters showed off their skills at the Whistler Skatepark on Sunday, Sept. 29, at the second edition of Get Dat Dough skate jam, sponsored by Ed's BReD, Plenty Humanwear and EVO-Mountain Riders—before enjoying some sourdough toast, courtesy of BReD.
Photo by amy allen
PAY IT FORWARD/PAY IT BACK Lynda Chyzyk celebrates 40 years cancer free with a fundraiser benefiting Families Fighting Cancer in the Sea to Sky. Chyzyk is joined by her sister Barbara Waine and friend Nikki Hamel at Nita Lake Lodge Tuesday, Oct. 1st.
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Photo by Megan Lalonde
ENVIRONMENT ENTHUSIASTS Whistler Climate Strike organizer Aaron Murray amps up the crowd of protestors before setting off from Lost Lake Park on Friday, Sept. 27. Despite rainy weather, the Whistler community showed up in full force to advocate for more action to combat climate change during the Climate Strike march.