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Gone are the days where a town crier comes to the town square to announce the news. As Whistler continues to grow so does its various news outlets. Not only can you check out most of these outlets from anywhere in the world but by diving in, you can learn more about the community, activities, events and even feel like a local. We recommend that you check out any of the following resources before, during and after your visit to Whistler.

Whistler News Where to Learn


Pique Newsmagazine

Whistler only has one printed news publication, which comes out every Thursday. Pique Newsmagazine can be found all around Whistler and most hotels will have current issues available. Publications can also be found in Pemberton, Squamish and Vancouver. They share a lot of their articles on their Facebook Page and website. Since being established in 1994, they have won various awards including awards for their unique cover art. In this newsmagazine, you will find local news that is for both locals and visitors along with some news from other mountain towns. They have a very detailed “Events” section so if you are looking for something fun to do, we suggest you flip open the Pique and see what’s going on while you are in town. You can pick up this newsmagazine for free and connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Mountain Life Magazine

Mountain Life Magazine, published by Mountain Life Media, is a beautiful and award-winning magazine that is free. Their team are leaders when it comes to taking care of the planet and their entire team has physically planted more than 7,000 trees in Ontario and British Columbia. This is about the equivalent as 10 years worth of every magazine that they have printed. This magazine is also printed on 30% post-consumer-waste recycled paper, FSC certified and are a member of the 1% for the Planet initiative. Besides being environmentally conscious, the content that you find between the covers takes you inside the Whistler Mountain lifestyle and culture while percolating your adrenaline. Their social media accounts are just as mouth-watering as their magazine and you can find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Whistler Traveller

Whistler Traveller is a free magazine that can be found all around Whistler in hotel lobbies, cafes and various other locations. This publication began in 2009 and focuses on Whistler’s lifestyle, both on and off of the mountain. You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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Coast Mountain Culture Magazine

This bi-annual publication of Coast Mountain Culture is both free and extremely interesting. It’s sister magazine, Kootenay Mountain Culture, was first published in 2002 followed by the birth of Coast Mountain Culture. Since then, both publications have grown to over 150 pages. This free magazine can be found in outdoor retail shops, coffee shops, hotels and in the lobby of backcountry lodges. Coast Mountain Culture Magazine is a favourite amongst those who live and breathe the mountain lifestyle because this publication helps to bridge the gap between people and mountains. This magazine doesn’t focus only focus on Whistler but highlights the west coast mountain region of North America. One of our favourite features in each issue is the stunning photography. You can also engage with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Whistler FM

101.5 Whistler FM is a Whistler radio station that was founded in 2013. Playing mostly adult alternative along with local musicians, local news, road reports, entertainment, weather reports and sports news is also shared. They are known in the community as a “locals guide” for all things Whistler. They even have performances live on air, which are always great. You can listen to them on the radio, online and follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Mountain FM

Mountain FM is the Sea to Sky Corridor’s hot adult contemporary radio station and can be tuned into at 107.1 FM in Squamish, 102.1 FM in Whistler, 104.5 FM in Pemberton, 107.5FM on the Sunshine Coast and online or via their app. Their first airdate was in 1981 and they broadcast from both Whistler and Squamish. They also have really awesome contests with fantastic prizes. Each weekday morning, they have a brainbuster question and it’s always entertaining to hear other listeners call in with their guesses on what the correct answer is. Trying to guess the answer can be fun for the whole family and you can also connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Whistler Blackcomb Blog

Sometimes one of the best sources for news can be found on the world wide web. Whistler Blackcomb has an informative blog that includes information about activities, dining, information for families along with mountain tips, vacation tips and local tips. Some examples of articles that you can find on this blog are “What to Wear During the Seasons of Summer,” “72 Hours in Whistler for Adventure Travellers,” and “Iconic Spots.” If you are planning a trip to Whistler, this blog is a resource that you must check out. Follow this blog and learn more about all of the rad things that you can do while in Whistler. You can also follow Whistler Blackcomb on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Other ways to stay “in the know” about Whistler is to follow the #Whistler on Instagram, befriend some locals while in town and talk to your hotel concierges. Knowing what’s going on in Whistler will help enhance your vacation. If you have any questions about what’s going on around town, you can connect with us and will keep you informed and up to date. Ready to book your stay? You can do that on our website and we will see you when you arrive in Whistler!