Share your story: Personal Essays wanted for the Question

We've been blessed by our amazing contributors. So contributors, or aspiring contributors, why not share your story with an even larger audience? The Whistler Question has launched a new personal essays section, a la the Globe and Mail's Facts and Arguments page: Here's the official Call for Entry When: Ongoing call for stories Where: The Whistler Question … Continue reading Share your story: Personal Essays wanted for the Question

Column: When the best place to be is in the kitchen… being cooked for

Technically, I’m a vegetarian. Have been for over 20 years. Pretty much since I was in a position to say “this is what’s going into my body, and this is not, “I’ve taken a left turn at eating anything that used to have a heartbeat. But when Chef Randy Jones says “try this” and slides … Continue reading Column: When the best place to be is in the kitchen… being cooked for

Column: Why I Don’t Need Another Photo of my Sleeping Baby

There is a microsecond long window when a baby falls asleep that everything is right in the world. My personal victory today? Resisting taking a photo of that moment. The kid is 23 months old, so I already have approximately 700 photos of him sleeping, none of which have successfully managed to evoke the heart-swell … Continue reading Column: Why I Don’t Need Another Photo of my Sleeping Baby

Shout Out: News-makers, Wellness Recognition award winners

Great to pick up a copy of this week's Whistler Question and read about Henry McDermott, Lindsay May and Shannon Ellis and the Pemberton and District Library being recognised at last week's Wellness Awards. “You always wonder, ‘Am I doing the right thing here? Am I doing a good job?’ And to hear a whole … Continue reading Shout Out: News-makers, Wellness Recognition award winners