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Braden Dupuis

Braden Dupuis

Braden is the editor of Pique Newsmagazine. He’s lived in Whistler since 2014, when he moved to the West Coast from the flat, cold expanse of the Saskatchewan prairies.

He likes punk rock music, the Montreal Canadiens, video games and irreverent humour. He’s a terrible skier but he tries and that’s all that matters.

Braden published his first byline in 2011, and has extensive experience in print, television, radio and podcast journalism. His work has been recognized with multiple awards at both the provincial and national level, including a nomination for B.C.’s prestigious Jack Webster Award.

Email
bdupuis@piquenewsmagazine.com

Recent Work by Braden

Opinion: Points of pride for Canada Day

Opinion: Points of pride for Canada Day

Despite its current shortcomings, Canada is still the best place to live on Earth.
Tentative agreement reached in Sea to Sky transit strike, union says

Tentative agreement reached in Sea to Sky transit strike, union says

Transit workers will vote to ratify on May 30
Group of five skiers survives avalanche in Whistler backcountry

Group of five skiers survives avalanche in Whistler backcountry

'Miraculously no injuries and only one ski pole lost,' says Whistler Search and Rescue
Opinion: Deciphering the spin of Canada’s federal budget

Opinion: Deciphering the spin of Canada’s federal budget

Police investigating after Whistler Village stabbing

Police investigating after Whistler Village stabbing

Two arrested and subsequently released; RCMP seek information from public
‘We built a castle for Gloria—that castle collapsed in an instant’

‘We built a castle for Gloria—that castle collapsed in an instant’

Toronto family celebrates the ‘life and success’ of 22-year-old woman who died in Whistler
Woman dead after ‘serious incident’ on Whistler Blackcomb

Woman dead after ‘serious incident’ on Whistler Blackcomb

Ontario woman, 22, died in hospital after ‘skier medical incident’
PHOTOS: Striking Sea to Sky transit drivers rally in Whistler

PHOTOS: Striking Sea to Sky transit drivers rally in Whistler

Parties to resume bargaining next week; Whistler, Squamish mayors seek meeting with the province
One dead, two seriously injured in three Sea to Sky avalanches on Saturday

One dead, two seriously injured in three Sea to Sky avalanches on Saturday

‘There is an immense risk in the Sea to Sky backcountry,’ police say
Snowfall warning issued for Whistler

Snowfall warning issued for Whistler

Up to 25 cm of snowfall expected by Sunday