Business Start-Up Program invites Lil’wat and Lower Stl’atl’imc Nation members to free training program. Apply by Feb 28

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The Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Líl̓wat Stl’atl ́imc Business Start-up Program (SLSBSP) is a new program being launched by the Whistler Centre for Sustainability (WCS) in partnership with the Squamish Líl̓wat Cultural Centre (SLCC). The intent… Continue reading

Want resilience and sustainability? What does that look like? Have Your Say on Rural Development before Feb 28

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The B.C. Government is developing a new Rural Development Strategy to support rural and Indigenous communities build economically resilient and sustainable futures. Rural British Columbians and indigenous people (that’s us) are invited to… Continue reading

The Many Forms of Those You Love

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Yesterday, I shared about honing my grief skills when I lost my mom. Sometimes I feel like people who are devoted to one religion have an easier time when dealing with death. They… Continue reading

Grief and the Passing of Time

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Six years ago my mom died and I Googled how to grieve. In our Western world, nobody really talks about death, and certainly nobody teaches us how to grieve. How is it that… Continue reading

Detour

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Somehow a line from the song, I’m On My Way by the Proclaimers wriggled into my thoughts as I contemplated my approach to this post. Insistently, it affirmed, “I took a right, I… Continue reading

Axis Theatre and Arts Whistler present Th’owxiya The Hungry Feast Dish, February 18, 5pm

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The story of Th’owxiya or “the Wild Woman of the Woods” is a well-known First Nations tale told in Aboriginal communities across Canada. The Squamish version of the story is shared in this… Continue reading

ISO: A Porous Life

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  I originally passed on the idea of choosing a single word I wanted to embrace for 2018 when my life guru Lisa Richardson first put it out there. Nope – not now.… Continue reading

Village of Pemberton Budget Process invites your feedback

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The Village of Pemberton wants to know how you’d like to see your money spent in 2018. Budgeting is underway, and will inform Village of Pemberton property owner’s tax rates for 2018. Budgeting… Continue reading

The Official Bird Tally: results of the 2017 Pemberton Christmas Bird Count are in and the numbers are the lowest on record

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Thanks to Karl Ricker and the bird counters, for their ongoing observations of our habitat. Lots of commentators that 2017 was a lamentable year on many fronts. Seems the birds agreed. Here’s to… Continue reading

Try meditation with Susan Reifer, select Sunday evenings in February and March

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Susan Reifer, RYT-200, has practiced meditation for over 30 years. She is offering a series of meditation workships at Kula Wellness Centre, 7714 Guthrie Road, Pemberton, in February and March. If you are… Continue reading

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