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Whistler's new Passive House built by the Austria Passive House Group
Pina Belperio | Whistler residents were invited to tour the Austria Passive House and learn all about its innovative building technology.
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Pina Belperio | The tone is less than celebratory for Whistler homeowners who purchased a home in the Whistler Athletes Village.
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Meera Karunananthan | Coke will be using the Olympics to promote its products as environmentally friendly. Meanwhile thousands in India are demanding that its plant in Varanasi be shut down for causing water shortages.
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Chris Shaw | Much has been made in the mainstream media about the "disgraceful" disruption of the opening of the 2010 Olympic torch relay by a motley collage of anarchist low life "professional protesters."
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Mordecai Briemberg | On Nov 7, the B.C. government legislated ambulance paramedics back to work after a 7-month strike.
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Pina Belperio | A new demonstration sport was recently launched in Whistler for the 2010 Winter Olympics. It's called Highway Barrier Slalom (or Bumper Shindig).
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Murray Dobbin | The Harper government is determined to take the country in the direction of a security state as evidenced by numerous moves in the past few months and over the past year.
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Dan Kellar, Alex Hundert, Adam F. Lewis, Davin Charney | [email protected] went to Kitchener City Council to discuss the Olympic Torch Relay and the city's inability to reveal the agreements with VANOC around instructions to host cities that repress free speech.
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Pina Belperio | With less than 99 days to go before the Five Ring Circus begins, here's a list I compiled of 99 positive and negative things that residents of Vancouver and Whistler can look forward to.
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Pina Belperio | Starting November 2 to 6, Exercise Gold, the third and final Olympic security exercise, will be held across Vancouver and Whistler in preparation for the 2010 Olympics.
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Jane Williams | In her latest book, Professor Helen Lenskyj examines the threat posed by the Olympics to the basic civil rights of residents of host cities.
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Pina Belperio | Cases of H1N1 were reported at one of Whistler's elementary schools this week, adding to the growing cases of H1N1 cases in B.C.