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Olympic misconceptions

From the Fall 2009 issue I love rumours. Teen TV drama Gossip Girl makes me want to hurl, but I find it truly intriguing to sit back and observe how quickly and easily misinformation spreads—particularly if Whistler is involved. For example, there seems to be a widely held belief that Whistler had a lousy winter … More »

Making Whistler home

From the Buyers Guide 2010 issue With 2010 now just around the corner, the Canadian Alpine Ski Team is taking every opportunity to gain intimate knowledge of every bump and curve of the Olympic courses. Call it the home-turf advantage. Whether on the snow or in the village, Rob Boyd, Canadian women’s team head coach, … More »

Lend a Hand for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games

Just because you live in Hamilton or Edmonton doesn’t mean you can’t take part in the Games. After all, when something needs done, Canada is the type of country that rolls up its sleeves and gets dirty. Approximately 25,000 volunteers are needed to stage the Winter Olympics. Organizers can plan every detail, but in less … More »

Olympic misconceptions

From the Fall 2009 issue I love rumours. Teen TV drama Gossip Girl makes me want to hurl, but I find it truly intriguing to sit back and observe how quickly and easily misinformation spreads—particularly if Whistler is involved. For example, there seems to be a widely held belief that Whistler had a lousy winter … More »

Making Whistler home

From the Buyers Guide 2010 issue With 2010 now just around the corner, the Canadian Alpine Ski Team is taking every opportunity to gain intimate knowledge of every bump and curve of the Olympic courses. Call it the home-turf advantage. Whether on the snow or in the village, Rob Boyd, Canadian women’s team head coach, … More »

Lend a Hand for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games

Just because you live in Hamilton or Edmonton doesn’t mean you can’t take part in the Games. After all, when something needs done, Canada is the type of country that rolls up its sleeves and gets dirty. Approximately 25,000 volunteers are needed to stage the Winter Olympics. Organizers can plan every detail, but in less … More »

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