Flooding and the Lillooet River: Lil’wat Nation hosts Virtual Community Forum, Thursday December 9, 7pm

Lil'wat Nation is hosting a Facebook Live on Thursday, December 9, between 7pm and 8pm, to discus Flooding and the Lillooet River. The Nation is facing an increasing risk of flooding from the Lillooet River due to factors ranging from climate change to the 2010 Meager Slide. Join for an informative discussion on what can … Continue reading Flooding and the Lillooet River: Lil’wat Nation hosts Virtual Community Forum, Thursday December 9, 7pm

How to talk to Children about Race/Racism, FREE online workshop 6-8pm Monday

Upcoming, on Monday, December 2 from 6-8pm is an online workshop "How to Talk to Children about Race/Racism", offered by the Whistler Multicultural Society and Resilience BC Whistler. The workshop is facilitated by Angela Ma Brown who is an Education Consultant in the areas of Anti-racism and Anti-oppression education, Diversity-awareness and Social Justice in Metro … Continue reading How to talk to Children about Race/Racism, FREE online workshop 6-8pm Monday

How do we place culture at the centre of regeneration? Free talk, December 2

How might we place culture at the centre of regeneration? Solvable New Works Regeneration is a series of discussions aimed at tackling some of the hard questions of now: how do we create a culture of regeneration (as distinct from the current culture of extraction, destruction and reaction.) Their next conversation, hosted on Zoom, brings together … Continue reading How do we place culture at the centre of regeneration? Free talk, December 2

When there’s another Flood Watch, what stance do you assume?

We know it's coming, but we don't know what. Yesterday, just after noon, the BC River Forecast Centre upgraded their High Streamflow Advisory to a Flood Watch for the South Coast, including Sea-to-Sky (including areas around Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton.) Also, affected are Sunshine Coast, Howe Sound, North Shore Mountains and Lower Mainland including areas … Continue reading When there’s another Flood Watch, what stance do you assume?