Whistler Advice and Helpful Links

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Whistler is a unique place – it’s equal parts small town and international resort.  And somehow this blends beautifully into a magical place to live and work for over 10,000 residents that regularly call Whistler home.    However,  a Whistler lifestyle is not for everyone.   Housing is a unique challenge – especially for those who are just arriving in town.   Pursuing a long-term career seems daunting on the surface, as most of the jobs available are for front-line customer service and hospitality positions.  Even buying a new pair of socks or undies can be trying if you are not looking for thermals and you are not quite sold on what the local pharmacy has on display…

So with that in mind, here are some helpful links to guide you in your quest to loving life in Whistler:

Whistler Survival Guide – a comprehensive, helpful guide about living in Whistler.  Download Here.









  1. Hello Team Whistler,

    Would you be able to clarify this requirement where it states that a candidate must be able to legally work in Canada? I am a candidate who is presently in the Express Entry Pool which makes me a potential migrant, however if i am offered a role by whistler, will Whistler support me in applying for a work permit by offering me an offer letter?

    • Hi Harish,
      Sorry – we are not able to supply offer letters to assist with immigration – and we also do not assist with the process of obtaining work permits or immigration status. We are a job placement agency so once you are legally able to work in Canada, then we can represent you and assist you in finding work but not before.
      Best of luck,
      Jacki and Sabine.

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