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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

Updated: Christmas Eve closures—Highway 99 to reopen at 4 p.m.

Updated: Christmas Eve closures—Highway 99 to reopen at 4 p.m.

Drivers should expect flooding, reduced speeds; All Whistler transit routes suspended for the day
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
Indigenous-led Olympic bid 'captures the imagination'

Indigenous-led Olympic bid 'captures the imagination'

With costs, benefits, and public support still up in the air, ‘there’s lots of work ahead’
B.C.'s push for the 2030 Olympic Winter Games is official—and historic

B.C.'s push for the 2030 Olympic Winter Games is official—and historic

First Nations, Vancouver and Whistler will explore the feasibility of an Indigenous-led Olympic Games
Whistler candidates trade jabs, rhetoric at all-candidates meeting

Whistler candidates trade jabs, rhetoric at all-candidates meeting

Climate, COVID recovery, and the record of the incumbent Liberals take centre stage
Rhino Party’s Jeffrey offers voters an alternative to the status quo

Rhino Party’s Jeffrey offers voters an alternative to the status quo

Whistler local takes aim at political corruption in second bid for office
Sea to Sky paramedics say current staffing levels ‘dangerous’

Sea to Sky paramedics say current staffing levels ‘dangerous’

With few solutions in sight, morale is ‘in the toilet’
B.C. restart proving challenging in Whistler

B.C. restart proving challenging in Whistler

An exhausted workforce and businesses buried in debt creating perfect storm 
'I will be a relentless champion for climate justice'

'I will be a relentless champion for climate justice'

With Avi Lewis nomination, federal NDP look to turn the tides in the Sea to Sky
Province, ski towns launch COVID education campaign

Province, ski towns launch COVID education campaign

‘Whistler doesn’t have an economy’ if local transmission isn’t stopped, mayor says
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