Thanks to Bruce Miller for sharing this gorgeous piece about getting through the mid-winter blahs. I’ve been inviting contributions forever to this blog, so you can imagine how thrilled I was to receive… Continue reading
This little local was caught on camera in the Upper Pemberton Valley on January 26. Thanks to Connie Sobchak for the permission to share.
The grade 9/10 French Immersion class from Pemberton Secondary School is getting ready for a two-week exchange with 22 students from Quebec. In March the Quebecois students will be spending a week here, and in April… Continue reading
If you’re a regular follower of the Wellness Almanac, you probably have heard of Dr Gabor Mate. Either way, take a read of this interview, recently posted on the Huffington Post, that is… Continue reading
Join the Sea to Sky Clean Air Society and Pemberton Fire Rescue at the Pemberton Community Centre on Saturday, from 2pm – 5pm for a Burn Smart Information Session.
Dear parents of small children (specifically, two to five year olds), To remedy feeling like this: (prone on couch experiencing symptoms of fatigue and exasperation) we suggest (as do many experts and certified professionals):… Continue reading
Excuse the raw language. But I appreciated the sentiment powerfully enough to overlook it. (Hope you will too.) I have a friend I suspect is struggling with depression. My friend should win an… Continue reading
The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre has a new exhibit and I think any of us who live in the Pemberton – Mt Currie – Area C region should commit to attending. It opens… Continue reading
Elizabeth May just told Whistler: “If we take them at their word, the leaders of 195 countries have just committed our society, our economies, all nations to go off fossil fuels completely as… Continue reading