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Immigrant Peer Educators - Immigrants providing support and information for those who may be experiencing challenges adjusting to a new culture. 604-388-5511 Pregnancy and Infant Loss - Facilitated by a registered counsellor, this program is designed for couples and individuals who have experienced loss of a child, either before or after birth. Please call WCSS at 604.932.0113 and speak to an outreach worker for more information or visit www. SMART Recovery Pemberton - (SelfManagement and Recovery Training) A Cognitive-Behavioural group for individuals with substance abuse con- cerns. Pemberton Health Centre (Board Room) January 17th, 24th, 31st, and February 7th 2019 4:30-6:00pm **drop in welcome.

RELIGION Jesus Rock Of Ages Ministry- A bible based church that holds services at Millennium Place's main floor theatre at 4:30pm. Roman Catholic Church- Come celebrate mass at Our Lady of the Mountains, Whistler on Saturday 5pm, Sunday 9am, Tuesday 5:45pm, Wednesday 7pm, Thursday/Friday 5:45pm. St. Francis of Assisi, Pemberton on Sunday 12:30pm and Friday 9am. St. Christopher's, Mt. Currie on Sunday 11am. 604-905-4781 Sea to Sky Healing Room - For Blessing/Prayer/Encouragement In the Community Church building, 7422 Dogwood Street, Pemberton. Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday: 4-6 PM Whistler Church- Join us for worship and fellowship around Jesus. Sunday 10 am at Myrtle Philip Community School, 6195 Lorimer Rd. Nursery, Sunday School to gr. 6, Youth gr. 7 and up. Call Pastor Jon 604-798-3861 / Kelvin 204-249-0700 or

FUR & FEATHERS Get Bear Smart Society - Learn more about coexisting with bears. To report a conflict, garbage or attractant issue call 604-905-BEAR (2327) Pemberton Wildlife Association Advocates for the conservation of fish, wildlife & wilderness recreation. Also offering target shooting & archery facilities. WAG - Whistler Animals Galore - A shelter for lost, unwanted, and homeless cats and dogs. Let us help you find your purrfect match...adopt a shelter animal! For more info 604-935-8364




Birth, Baby and Beyond - Join a registered counsellor and meet other moms with the opportunity to ask questions and share experiences in a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental setting. Call 604.932.0113 for more information or visit

Epilepsy Support Group- For individuals & families seeking guidance or support. Contact




Concussion Support Group - WCSS is offering a recurring 8 week program to support people living with persistent postconcussion symptoms. Contact WCSS at 604.932.0113 and speak with an outreach worker about upcoming sessions or visit


LIL’WAT NATION JOB POSTING: TEACHER ON-CALL GENERAL HAND - $15.25/hr Part -Time and Full-Time Whistler Brewing Co. is looking for a motivated and energetic General Hand to fulfill duties in production and distribution departments, such as but not limited to: • Assisting on Packaging Lines • Assisting in Cellar Duties • Cleaning and Sanitation – indoors and outdoors, including some snow maintenance • Assisting with keg deliveries as required REQUIREMENTS: • Technical Aptitude • Capable work in wet working environment, plus outdoors in all weather conditions • Capable work with Corrosive Chemicals • Able to move 60kg • Willing to learn to operate a Fork lift • Quick learner • Team Player • Punctual • Must own safety boots

Tap House Bar and Server Whistler Brewery Tap House employee is a brand ambassador for the Whistler Brewing Co and is responsible for taking care of our visitors, conducting brewery tours, and supporting the retail operation. Requirements: • Able to work independently and on a team • Able to complete task in a timely manner unsupervised • Excellent communication skills • Has complete Serving It Right • Has completed FoodSafe Level 1 – an asset • Age of majority • Experience in a high volume environment • Love beer Join an awesome, fun, small hardworking team. Good hours & beer perks! Apply within!

Position Type: Location: Status: Reporting to: Salary: Closing Date:

Teacher On-Call Xet’olacw Community School, Mount Currie, B.C. V0N 2K0 Full-time Education Director Commensurate with Experience Posted Until Position filled

Details: Xet’olacw Community School is a Lil’wat Nation School situated 35 minutes north of Whistler, B.C. in the Mount Currie Community. The school is a modern, dynamic institution with a strong First Nations curriculum as well as academics from N to 12. Key Qualifications and Attributes: • The ability to teach various high school subjects • Member of the Teacher Regulation Branch • In possession of a degree in Education • Experience with and appreciation of First Nations culture • Ability to work within a Cooperative Discipline framework • Innovative and energetic • Positive thinking and ability to work as a team member • Ability to work in a collaborative culture • Background in relationship-based, learning and discursive practices • Adventurous, versatile and a nature lover • Must complete a criminal record check. Applications and Other Documents: Send cover letter and resume including references. Contact Information:

Verna Stager, Education Director Xet’olacw Community School P.O. Box 604, Mount Currie, B.C., V0N 2K0 Tel: 604 894-6131 Fax: (604) 894-5717 Email:

We thank you for your interest, however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Sundial Boutique Hotel at 4340 Sundial Crescent, Whistler BC V0N 1B4 is currently hiring for a

Housekeeping Supervisor This position is FT year around. Wage is $21.75/hr + benefits. Job duties include: Supervising dept duties, inspection of work, administration, assist with recruiting, perform training and cleaning duties.

The Pinnacle Hotel Whistler has the following positions available:

Skill requirements: 1 year’s prior experience as a housekeeping supervisor”, tourism, administration and customer service.


Please fax or email your resume with attention to “Human Resources Department” to:


ROOM ATTENDANTS Please reply by email:

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