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Search Snippet: ... is one of the community’s greatest amenities, and residents and visitors alike understand the importance of the natural ... and viability of the resort community. Standards of environmental quality in Whistler exceed those in typical communities, and the ...
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Search Snippet: ... is one of the community’s greatest amenities, and residents and visitors alike understand the importance of the natural ... community. Protecting Whistler’s natural beauty and environmental resources has been identified as a priority since Whistler’s ...
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Search Snippet: ... planning and defines Whistler’s vision for the future. Environmental Stewardship ...
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Search Snippet: Quick links Protecting Bears   |   Black Bears and Grizzly Bears  |   Bear Management   | ... of wildlife proof enclosures  to assist Whistler residents in building an appropriate structure.  Contact the  Building ...  for more information on the permitting process. Residents without cars can find it challenging to dispose ofgarbage and ...
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Thursday, January 9, 2014 - 08:00
Search Snippet: ... the Resort Municipality of Whistler’s (RMOW) proposed Environmental Protection Bylaw. The proposed bylaw was presented by staff to ...
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Search Snippet: ... to become a leader in the development of innovative sustainability initiatives. Stewardship of this place is something the Whistler ... Spain. The LivCom awards, endorsed by the United Nations Environmental Program, identified the community’s groundbreaking vision and ...
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Friday, October 3, 2014 (All day)
Search Snippet: ... expect increased bear activity over the next few weeks. Bears will move back into the Whistler valley soon to search for food as the ... done by the RMOW and Conservation Officers in problem areas. Residents that don’t answer their door have a notice left to inform them the ...
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Search Snippet: ... country. Whistler is home to about 100 black bears, 10,000 residents and more than two million visitors, which is why being Bear Smart is ... destroyed each year,” says Heather Beresford, manager of environmental stewardship with the RMOW. "As well as keeping bear safe by ...
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Wednesday, July 16, 2014 - 07:00
Search Snippet: ... 17, 2014 regular meeting of Council, a new amendment to the Environmental Protection Bylaw No. 2000, 2012 was adopted to manage invasive species and ...
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