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Robert Wisla

Robert Wisla

Robert is a reporter with Pique Newsmagazine. He is new to the Sea to Sky, having moved to the region in 2022.

Robert grew up on the other side of the Coast Mountains in the province's Interior, living most of his life in the Village of Ashcroft and the City of Kamloops.

He attended Thompson Rivers University, graduating in 2019 with a Bachelor of Journalism and Public Relations.

Robert previously worked in communications and organizing for various non-profits in Vancouver, focusing on a range of social and political issues.

When he's not working, you can usually find him hiking, going for wine tastings or travelling around the world.

Email
rwisla@piquenewsmagazine.com

Recent Work by Robert

Assessed property values soar in Function Junction

Assessed property values soar in Function Junction

Commercial properties in the neighbourhood have skyrocketed in the past year, with one property increasing in value by more than 600%
Whistler Transit moving to scaled-back winter schedule due to driver shortage

Whistler Transit moving to scaled-back winter schedule due to driver shortage

Starting Feb. 6, the Whistler Transit Service will switch to a scaled-back winter schedule in response to ongoing driver shortages
Whistler's Creekside gas station reopens

Whistler's Creekside gas station reopens

Former Husky station was closed for a week as it transitioned to a Co-op
Landslide mitigation work on Lillooet Lake to go ahead

Landslide mitigation work on Lillooet Lake to go ahead

SLRD approves multi-million-dollar loan for Lillooet Lake Estates landslide mitigation
What’s on tap in the SLRD for 2023?

What’s on tap in the SLRD for 2023?

SLRD Regional Growth Strategy highlights progress made on housing, transportation and emergency preparedness over the last year
Q&A with SLRD board chair Jen Ford

Q&A with SLRD board chair Jen Ford

Re-elected as chair for the 3rd time in a row, Ford talks about the future of the regional district over the next term
Sea to Sky food banks receive boost in funding

Sea to Sky food banks receive boost in funding

The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District recently allocated $24,000 that will go towards helping food banks in Lillooet, Pemberton, Squamish and Whistler
This new machine will keep Whistler Olympic Plaza's skating rink as smooth as glass this winter

This new machine will keep Whistler Olympic Plaza's skating rink as smooth as glass this winter

Whistler's outdoor skating rink is now open for 2022-23 winter season
Nairn Falls Provincial Park to remain open for winter season

Nairn Falls Provincial Park to remain open for winter season

SLRD directors approve funding to plow parking lot
Pemberton to build new fast EV charging stations

Pemberton to build new fast EV charging stations

Charging stations, to be installed next summer, bolstered by $100K in federal funding
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