Skiers' group pushes for vaccination proof to ride gondolas at Whistler Blackcomb

Nick Green has been skiing at Whistler Blackcomb since it opened 41 years ago but this year, his enthusiasm has been dampened by concern that unvaccinated people could be riding with him on the gondolas. “It’s like Russian roulette because you don’t know the vaccination status of the nine other people in the gondola with […]
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