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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

Watch: Prince Harry at the Whistler Sliding Centre

Watch: Prince Harry at the Whistler Sliding Centre

The Duke of Sussex tried his hand at skeleton on the fastest track in the world.
Photos: Prince Harry and Meghan in Whistler ahead of Invictus 2025

Photos: Prince Harry and Meghan in Whistler ahead of Invictus 2025

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in the resort for an Invictus Games one-year-out event
Photos/video: 2024 Whistler Pride parade

Photos/video: 2024 Whistler Pride parade

The fest wraps up tonight with the fan-favourite Snowball grand finale at the Whistler Conference Centre
B.C. man found unresponsive in gladed area on Blackcomb Mountain

B.C. man found unresponsive in gladed area on Blackcomb Mountain

It's the second confirmed fatality at Whistler Blackcomb this year.
Skier dead after 'serious incident' on Blackcomb Mountain

Skier dead after 'serious incident' on Blackcomb Mountain

Incident reportedly occurred in Sapphire Bowl.
Ski-Town Rundown: Where is the snow?

Ski-Town Rundown: Where is the snow?

Here’s the lay of the land at ski resorts near and far as of early January
Whistler Blackcomb's new Fitz Express opens Tuesday

Whistler Blackcomb's new Fitz Express opens Tuesday

New eight-pack chairlift will significantly increase uphill capacity
GoFundMe launched for victims of Highway 99 crash

GoFundMe launched for victims of Highway 99 crash

Two adults, one child died in single-vehicle crash south of Whistler on Nov. 26
Three dead in Highway 99 crash: RCMP

Three dead in Highway 99 crash: RCMP

Two adults, one child declared dead at the scene of single-vehicle collision south of Whistler
Photos: Prince Harry visits Whistler ahead of 2025 Invictus Games

Photos: Prince Harry visits Whistler ahead of 2025 Invictus Games

The Invictus Games take place Feb. 8 to 16, 2025, in Vancouver and Whistler.
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