Commitment can be lonely. Do it anyway.

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Great article shared by the SLRD Zero Waste team last week: from Treehugger (click the link for the full story) The hardest thing about a Zero Waste lifestyle is not “getting started.”  It’s having… Continue reading

Pemberton Lions’ Annual Show n Shine is August 29

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Pemberton Lions’ host their annual Show n Shine August 29.

Last flea-free flea market at the Barn for the summer, August 29

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FINAL 2015 FLEA MARKET @ THE COMMUNITY BARN, PEMBERTON SATURDAY, AUGUST 29th 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come join us as a vendor or shopper – love to see you!

Pick crabapples for quick cash, and save bears, with Stewardship Pemberton

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Want to make some fast cash? Stewardship Pemberton is paying pickers 50cents a lb for crab apples harvested along Portage Road in an effort to reduce human-bear conflict in our community. The fruit… Continue reading

Special Seniors programming takes place at the Library every other Wednesday at 10am

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“Seniors Tech Talk” is held in the Library on the third Wednesday of the month at 10am. This drop-in program offers seniors the opportunity to come to the library and learn more about… Continue reading

In-Shuck-ch Days festival celebrates August 22-23

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Take 2 minutes to read this today. 5 Ways you can save a baby’s life.

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  You know that little safety notice in the back of the airplane seat, that you probably never read, and hope to never need? A month ago, my partner texted me at work… Continue reading

No regrets

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My first winter in Whistler, a friend saw this graffiti on the back of the toilet door. We took it as our motto. “I may do foolish things, but I do them with… Continue reading

Learn to Swim at One Mile Lake, August 17-28

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There will be little fish and crocodiles in the water at One Mile Lake today.

Get picking. Photo of the Week by Polek Rybczysnki features the most tempting fruit.

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An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Doesn’t get more wellness-themed than that. Crunch. PS Happy Slow Food Cycle Sunday.

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