Monthly Archives: July 2011

Auditor General recommends better environmental monitoring

Environmental issues seem to be fast making the news again with the news that the federal government is going to slash the budget of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Authority by 43.1 per cent. It’s an interesting development to come at … Continue reading

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On Generation Y and stratospheric expectations

I’m late to this, and that’s owing to the weekly production cycle of my paper. There are many things to say about Kai Nagata but this is as good as I could do in a single column. — By Jesse … Continue reading

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Municipal salaries jump almost 12 per cent in Olympic year

Every year I’ve tried to make a habit of tracking how much salaries are going up in Whistler and the communities to which it compares itself for wage parity. This year I was able to get four communities in particular, … Continue reading

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