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Our Partners

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Sponsors

Government

  • BC Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch - Direct Access (Charitable)
  • Human Resources and Social Development Canada
  • Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) - Whistler2020
  • Arts, Culture & Heritage Associations
  • 2010 Legacies Now - Creative Communities
  • Arts Partners in Organizational Development
  • British Columbia Arts Council
  • British Columbia Historical Federation - News Journal
  • British Columbia Museums Association- Museum Assistance Program (MAP)
  • Canadian Museums Association
  • Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN)
  • Canadian Heritage - Cultural Spaces Canada
  • Canadian Heritage - Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations
  • Creative Cities Network
  • Industry Canada - Canada’s Digital Collections
  • Virtual Museum of Canada - Community Memories Program

Community

  • BDO Dunwoody
  • Community Foundation of Whistler
  • GS Photo & Electronics
  • Great Games and Toys
  • Nesters Market
  • Roger's Chocolates
  • Whistler Blackcomb Foundation
  • Whistler Printing
  • Maurice Young Millennium Place
  • Pique Newsmagazine
  • Tourism Whistler
  • Village Host Program
  • Arts Whistler
  • Whistler Black Bear Project - Michael Allen
  • Whistler Chamber of Commerce
  • Whistler Community Services Society
  • Whistler Naturalists Society
  • Whistler Question

Schools

  • Alta Lake School
  • L'Ecole Passerelle
  • Myrtle Philip Community School
  • Spring Creek Elementary School
  • Whistler Secondary


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2009 Cultural Capital of Canada designation for Whistler

Whistler Museum is proud to be a part of this community legacy program.

The Cultural Capital of Canada designation is awarded for merit, as determined by the quality of a proposed project and earlier achievements by the candidate community that demonstrates an ongoing commitment to the arts and culture. The program’s objective is to promote the arts and culture in Canadian municipalities through recognition of excellence and support for special activities that celebrate the arts and culture and integrate them into overall community planning. Designation as a Cultural Capital of Canada enables a recipient community to invest more in arts and culture, increase and improve cultural services, and strengthen connections with other communities through shared cultural experiences.           

The Resort Municipality of Whistler recognizes the role that arts and culture play in a community committed to sustainable principles: in enhancing citizens' quality of life, ensuring economic development, partnering between cultural organizations, First Nations people and citizens involved in cultural celebrations. As a recipient community of the Cultural Capital of Canada designation in 2009 will allow those who live and visit Whistler to share enriching cultural experiences as Whistler ramps up to its role as Host Resort of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

"Whistler is thrilled and honoured to be named a Cultural Capital of Canada for 2009," said Whistler's Mayor, Ken Melamed. "Though a young community, Whistler is enjoying building its cultural identity. This designation and the funding for our program – Celebration 2020 – strengthens the cultural aspects of our sustainability commitments. It also signifies the importance of arts, culture, and heritage in Whistler and in Canada, as we prepare to welcome the world in 2010 and beyond.”

21st Annual LEGO Building Competition

August 5th, 2017
Registration for our 21st Annual LEGO Building Competition is now full!  Due to smoke the competition will take place...Click here to read more detail about '21st Annual LEGO Building Competition'

Valley of Dreams Walking Tour: Saturday, August 5

August 5th, 2017
Due to smoke, the Valley of Dreams Walking Tour has been cancelled today, Saturday August 5.  We apologize for any in...Click here to read more detail about 'Valley of Dreams Walking Tour: Saturday, August 5'

Changed Hours: July 30, 2017

July 29th, 2017
The Whistler Museum will be open from 11am - 3pm Sunday, July 30, as we will be manning an IronMan Run Aid Station.  ...Click here to read more detail about 'Changed Hours: July 30, 2017'