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Canadian gold medalist Maelle Ricker carves from a run at Whistler Blackcomb in 2010. (Bonny Makarewicz for The Globe and Mail/Bonny Makarewicz for The Globe and Mail)
Canadian gold medalist Maelle Ricker carves from a run at Whistler Blackcomb in 2010. (Bonny Makarewicz for The Globe and Mail/Bonny Makarewicz for The Globe and Mail)

Whistler Blackcomb sees $6.8-million loss Add to ...

Whistler Blackcomb Holdings Inc. , which became a public company last year, reported a net loss of $6.8-million, or 18 cents per share, in its third quarter.

The alpine skiing venue also reports revenue of $30.5-million during the quarter as it met a post-Olympic goal to exceed two million skier visits.

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Whistler Blackcomb, about 125 kilometres from Vancouver, was the main alpine skiing venue for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

Skier visits and effective ticket prices also returned to pre-2010 Olympic levels during the quarter.

The resort operator closed its IPO and acquisition of a 75 per cent interest in the partnerships that own the Whistler Blackcomb resort in British Columbia last Nov. 9.

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