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The Canadian giant.

No one figures more prominently in the history and development of Whistler Blackcomb than Hugh Smythe, having played a role in almost all of the key moments of its development.

Whistler Blackcomb is a snow-sure March and April destination.

Sun meets snow on the powdered peaks of Whistler and Blackcomb mountain in spring.

Al fresco in the mountains.

Once the August long weekend passes, the end-of-summer countdown begins. Measured in sunlight and precious to the last mercurial drop, the season’s dwindling days slip by quickly—especially in the Pacific Northwest.

Into the woods.

An immersive multimedia night walk takes visitors on a 1.5-kilometre path through an enchanted forest.

Mezcal y Maize at the Four Seasons Whistler.

The Four Seasons Resort Whistler has you covered for après on this season opening weekend.

Mountainside castle escape.

Since the chateau first opened its doors in 1989, it has enchanted visitors with hospitality, keen service, and world-class amenities.

A decade in Whistler.

Nita Lake Lodge has had strong bones for 10 years; after a charming new stylistic refresh, its future looks bright as well.

The culinary scene in British Columbia is buzzing over these bee-centric pollinator programs.

From beekeeping benefactors to celebrated chefs, B.C. is buzzing with creators who have developed charitable programs and culinary offerings that are focused on the importance of pollination.

Canada’s best cheese.

On August 20, an anticipated 10,000 people will gather in Whistler Blackcomb to celebrate the nation’s top cheese-makers, invited by the Dairy Farmers of Canada to showcase their best and newest creations.

Canada Food Day honours our nation every August.

“Canadian cuisine” means different things to different people, but at its very heart, it is food with a distinct sense of place—whether that place is an ocean, a lake, a river, a forest, or a field. Food Day Canada highlights and honours the flavours of our country.

Six ways to make spirits bright.

Dashing through the snow is all the more, well, dashing, when one partakes in a sleigh ride amid perfectly exquisite scenery (with a warm drink in mitten-clad hand).

Champagne, nationally.

Champagne has a complex personality; it’s a beverage you ought to get to know and spend time with. Veuve Clicquot’s second annual Yelloweek provides a good opportunity to do so.

Custom adventures.

Head-Line Mountain Holidays, an outfitter based in Whistler, B.C., specializes in adventure with a capital A.