Dave Steers turns Nairn Falls into a piece of art

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Victoria Saddleman sets our sights on the mountaintops in today’s feature photo

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To the people who ask, does Mt Currie ever get boring, the answer is, again, resoundingly, no. Thanks to Victoria Saddleman for this fresh perspective. And for offering the names, in Ucwalmícwts, which… Continue reading

Barn Memories

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Dad’s head was nestled in close to Bossy’s flank as he sat at his milking stool, listing slightly because Bossy had kicked the legs off at one time and they’d been hastily replaced.… Continue reading

So, this Trumpocalpyse is starting to feel personal.

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I’ll jump right in. When he was first elected I kinda thought to myself: well, there’s another imperfect democracy for you. Apparently, enough people in the right places felt good enough about him… Continue reading

Rock your pink shirts, and join guest speaker, Alanna Ray at Signal Hill tonight, 7pm, to learn how to build resiliency and healthy habits in your kids

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via Signal Hill PAC’s February Update All are welcome to hear Alanna Ray, the new Healthy Choices Facilitator for Sea to Sky, present at Signal Hill tonight at 7pm, on the Healthy Choices… Continue reading

Ruminations of a lonely swan on One Mile Lake – a tiny story

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  It’s Tuesday. Which means it’s time for a tiny story! You will be able to devour one of these bite-sized tales in between sips of coffee. But be warned, it might linger… Continue reading

Anna Lengstrand looks back on her Instagram takeover

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“Surround yourself with those who inspire you. The people that brings out the absolute best in you. The kind of people who force you to level up in everything you do.” Thank you… Continue reading

A reminder, a welcome, and a call to action

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Polek Rybczynski has reprised his photo journal practice this year, and is 48 days in to the project, which goes further afield than the Pemberton ‘hood, and extends the length of the Sea… Continue reading

Retail Therapy

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When I saw the little yellow dress in the window, I smiled. The burst of colour on a gloomy day and the absolute frivolity of the creation were a visual treat. I thought… Continue reading

Buffy Summers is my homegirl.

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I’m going to drop a bomb on you all. So, just prepare yourselves.

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