O, Canada

What's so Canadian about Whistler? Throw on your best plaid and find the answer with us.

Whistler NHL Hockey Tours – Big League Action

Ice hockey is fast, furious and a fantastic spectator sport. Want to see the Vancouver Canucks play the big leagues? Check out the NHL hockey tours running from Whistler.

Canada 150: A Whistler Canadian Checklist for Winter

December 21 is the official start of winter in Whistler - here's our essential Canadian checklist for the month.

Get Higher: See Whistler from the Skies

Sea to Sky Country takes on a whole new perspective when viewed from a floatplane or heli - Rory Bushfield knows.

Leave No Trace: Whistler Hiking/Biking Backcountry Etiquette

Here in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia showing respect for both people and places is part of playing outdoors. Here’s the Insider’s Guide to trail etiquette.

The Peoples’ History of Whistler 2: Ski Bums, Marmots & Dual Mountain

In the second of three posts, Feet Banks goes back in time to when skiing on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains was just a twinkle in a skier’s eye.

The Peoples’ History of Whistler 1: Beginnings

As Canada celebrates it’s 150th anniversary this summer, The Insider takes a look at Whistler’s local history in a three part series.

11 Essential Canadian Things to Do In Whistler this Summer

Bring on lake days, alpine hikes and bike rides, it's summer in Whistler – here’s our top Canadian moments to check off for the season.

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra in Whistler: New Music for Canada 150

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra returns to Whistler to add a touch of class to our Canada 150 celebrations this Canada Day.

Change and Growth: Whistler Celebrates National Aboriginal Day June 21

When the summer solstice comes around, it’s time to honour the original locals of the Whistler area with a day of traditional celebrations led by the Squamish and Lil’wat First Nations.

Axe Throwing: It’s Like Darts, but More Canadian

Forged Axe Throwing has everything you need for an afternoon of good clean Canadian fun. Plaid shirts optional, but highly recommended.

Hands-on Culture: Learning from the Squamish and Lil’wat People

Weaving and drum-making workshops are more than creative exercises – they are a way to connect with First Nations culture in an intimate setting, with plenty of time for questions.
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