BRCA Cancer Gene Test Study

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I received my free BRCA cancer screen test this week. Here’s a description of the study I’m participating in. You may want to participate as well. The current criteria for gene testing in… Continue reading

Work in Progress, with Ashley Gélpcal Joseph

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The doors were beautiful to begin with. Beautiful smooth wood. But Ashley Gélpcal Joseph is turning them into a true portal – not just a literal opening, into a room, but one that you… Continue reading

Lex Joseph shares Lil’wat Stories of Creation at the Museum’s Tea & Tales, Tuesday, July 17, 2 – 4pm

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The Pemberton and District Museum and Archives’ 2018 Tea & Tales event offers an afternoon of history and treats, for a toonie, every Tuesday through the summer.   The program kicked off on… Continue reading

Instagranny, Diane Zaste’s, breakfast muffins

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When I asked her to do a takeover, Diane was just the woman on the exercise bike next to me at the gym. After her takeover, I discovered so much more – gardener… Continue reading

Pemberton Valley Supermarket celebrates 20 years, Sunday July 15 at noon – 4pm with BBQ, facepainting, live music and product samples

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The Pemberton Valley Supermarket invites you to help them celebrate 20 years in the community on Sunday, July 15, from noon until 4pm.

Take the heat out of summer traffic and slow ‘er down. Even when school’s out, the 30km/hr limit still applies in downtown Pemberton and Mount Currie.

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Richenda Grafton‎ posted this to Sea To Sky Road Conditions on June 17 at 7:34am,  and I was struck by her positive tone, despite the massive frustration driving the post. I have been in a hurry for… Continue reading

Nominations open until July 16 for BC Creative Achievement Awards for First Nations Art

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We're about a month away from the deadline for the 12th BC First Nations Art Awards! Have your work installed at The Roundhouse and be recognized at a ceremony with your peers, family… Continue reading

Breaking Points

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Once, when I was really under pressure, blocked by my own ambition, I plagiarized. I stole an entire paragraph of someone else’s writing and offered it up as my own. The story ran… Continue reading

Plan your travels around Ironman, Sunday July 29

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While the Ironman Canada event has been re-routed this year, so as not to travel through Pemberton, highway closures in Whistler will still impact local businesses or those travelling south through Whistler. This year,… Continue reading

Good morning thought

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