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  • Whistler Water One Climb

    By on June 7, 2015
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    What’s better than beautiful sunshine, glorious warm weather and the Grouse Grind on a Sunday morning? Doing it all for a good cause, that’s what! Now in its third year, Whistler Water One Climb in partnership with Free The Children raises funds for a very special clean water project in the community of Kipsongol, Kenya. With a bright and early […]
  • 5 reasons to join us for Whistler Water One Climb

    By on May 25, 2015
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    Whistler Water One Climb hits the Grouse Grind on Sunday, June 7th for the third year in a row and as we approach the big day, we’re poised to make this time ‘round the best one yet! With that in mind, we decided to count down our top five reasons why you should One Climb with us: 5) You’ll get […]
  • Re-live One Climb

    By on July 4, 2014
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    Get ready to re-live this year’s Whistler Water One Climb! We partied, we “flooded” the Grouse Grind, we saw Victoria Duffield and raised over $62,000 for a very deserving Kenyan community. You rock! Check out the video recap of the day and remember the fun we had. And don’t forget- the Whistler Water One Climb fundraising site will stay open until July 14th, so if you haven’t already donate today for this very worthy cause!
  • One Climb Recap

    By on June 20, 2014
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    Our second annual Whistler Water One Climb took place this past weekend…and boy, was it an event to remember! Grouse Mountain was abuzz early Saturday morning as nearly 900 people “flooded” the Grouse Grind in a wave of blue to raise valuable funds for a clean water project located in a very deserving Kenyan community.
  • Tip A Wee Dram

    By on March 11, 2014
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    Whistler Water was so happy to be part of this year’s Tip a Wee Dram Whisky Tasting last Friday March 7th at the Vancouver Scottish Cultural Centre. This annual fundraiser benefits registered local cancer charities such as the BC Cancer Foundation and it was a sold out show for the third year in a row! The event features many of […]
  • We Day Vancouver

    By on October 22, 2013
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    If you were in downtown Vancouver on Friday, you would have likely noticed the thousands of youth pouring into Rogers Arena for the city’s annual We Day celebration. What is We Day? Founded in 2007 by Canadian brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger, We Day is the movement of our time, empowering a generation of young global citizens through an inspirational […]
  • Recap: The First Annual Whistler Water One Climb

    By on June 25, 2013
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    This past weekend at Whistler Water’s One Climb, blue was the colour of hope. With the highest attendance record ever for a fundraiser event at Grouse Mountain, there were volumes of hope and support to go around. 1,700 youth, community members and business leaders registered to tackle the Grouse Grind and raise funds for Free The Children. Everyone involved was […]
  • We Walk 4 Water

    By on May 24, 2013
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    When Spencer West had his legs amputated at the age of five, he was told he would never be a functioning member of society. 26 years later in 2012, he climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. In May this year he traveled overland from Edmonton to Calgary, a 300km walk. Whistler Water was proud to play a small part during the 11-day walk […]
  • One Day. One Climb.

    By on May 2, 2013
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    This summer, the colour blue is the colour of hope. On Saturday, June 22nd, Whistler Water is launching One Climb with Grouse Mountain and Free the Children. One Climb will bring a group of inspired youth, community members and business leaders together from Vancouver, BC and surrounding areas together to challenge themselves to flood the Grouse Grind in an effort […]
  • World Water Day

    By on March 22, 2013
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    [break] For us, every day is world water day, but today is actually World Water Day. Today should be a day to celebrate water. To reflect on how easy some of us have it, and how precious it truly is. What if finding access to clean water was your greatest challenge? What if when you could finally have that sip you […]