The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) has a number of stories to share about municipal programs and services. Explore our videos via You Tube, share them with your friends and feel free to comment on the contents on our video channel

A Short History of Whistler
Learn about the history of Whistler. From the Squamish and Lil'wat First Nations who first used the secluded Whistler Valley for hunting and gathering to Alex and Myrtle Philip who opened Rainbow Lodge in 1914.

Discover Whistler - History, Art and Culture
Visit some of the venues of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, learn about Whistler's history,  meet the Village Hosts, and find out where some of the public art displays are, and how to take a self-guided tour.

Village Host Program
Part of what makes Whistler Village so appealing is its friendly Village Host volunteers.Village Hosts enhance the resort experience, ensuring that visitors’ expectations are consistently met and exceeded.

Skating at Whistler Olympic Plaza
Surrounded by the breathtaking scenery, the twinkle of festive lights and the Olympic rings, visitors and residents alike can experience one of Canada's favourite recreational past times in the heart of Whistler Village.

Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe Trails
Explore the Lost Lake cross-country trails and experience winter in Whistler from an entirely different perspective. With approximately 25 kilometres of groomed and track set trails, Lost Lake offers incredible views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.

Meadow Park Sports Centre
The Meadow Park Sports Centre  provides residents and visitors with a selection of services and amenities including a six-lane pool, kids' pool, sauna, steam room, hot tub, arena, squash courts, weight room and a fitness studio.

Accessible Activities
Join Paralympian and Whistler Adaptive Coach Brad Lennea and Jen Gauthier as they take a tour of Whistler, B.C., and get the scoop on  activities that are accessible for people with disabilities.

Whistler's Journey Towards Accessibility
View the story of how Whistler is moving towards becoming a fully accessible community.

Whistler Olympic Plaza Official Opening
On August 27, 2011, the RMOW officially opened Whistler Olympic Plaza, one of the most technically-sophisticated outdoor venues in Canada, showcasing a well-known roster of talented performers.


Whistler Olympic Plaza: The Story of a Lasting Legacy
From the early '80s, Whistler visionaries designated this parcel of land as community space, and today, Whistler Olympic Plaza is consistent with the community's vision.

Whistler's Drinking Water
Water quality standards in Whistler are very high and drinking water is safe to drink from the tap. Whistler's water is some of the cleanest in the country, but it still takes a lot of work to keep it clean and flowing.

Council Action Plan
Announced in February 2012, the Council Action Plan is intended to provide high level direction to municipal staff with respect to the outcomes Whistler Council expects to see during its term through November 2014.