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Casey Dick-Wyatt reflects on her week at the helm of the Wellness Almanac

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The day before Casey Dick-Wyatt was due to take over the Wellness Almanac’s instagram account, she spent singing and drumming at Riva Fisher’s memorial, and then at a ceremony at Ullus to sing… Continue reading

Private and social media averse Pemberton couple agree to instagram takeover. This is what happened.

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This is a guest post from Angela Bradbury, about her experience co-hosting the Wellness Almanac’s instagram takeover with her partner Matt Prescott.  I thought we’d get the scoop on soup, as the pair,… Continue reading

Significant rainfall forecast, with high freezing levels. Veronica Woodruff explores what this means, in the context of the Lillooet River

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Thanks to Veronica Woodruff for this weather-inspired guest post. Like all good Canadians I love the weather. Almost to point of obsession, especially when I think about it in the context of the hydrology… Continue reading

Pemberton’s first Repair Cafe is coming, Saturday October 21

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via the SLRD Repair is a radical act. So get radical. And get behind Pemberton’s first Repair Cafe. Fix it, don’t throw it away! What is a Repair Café? Repair Cafés are free… Continue reading

Switching to Airplane Mode

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  We’re in the Redwood Forest. “Did they name it after the song?” my four year old asks. We’d borrowed a remix of Woody Guthrie music from the library once and This Land… Continue reading

Handy guide for stressed-out parents… or Things You Wish You Could Go Back in Time and Say Instead

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The best three people to nudge you out of your comfort zone will share the Rainbow Theatre stage on Friday October 13. Grab a ticket now.

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Three remarkable women I know, (MountainMoms is just their alter ego), with support from  Community Futures Howe Sound, Tourism Whistler, Origin Design + Communications & Mountain FM. have put together an evening in… Continue reading

Walk for the women who have been lost today in Whistler at 11am

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Information, food, a wellness app, love: 11am – 3pm outside the Pemberton Valley Supermarket honours Mental Illness Awareness Week

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  This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week. Did you know that 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental health problem or illness in a given year? No one should have to… Continue reading

Cindy Filipenko explains why your presence at the Welcome Pole, Whistler, in front of Starbuck’s, October 4 at 11am, matters

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by Cindy Filipenko Imagine if your sister’s disappearance was given only the most cursory of investigations. Imagine your mother murdered and her killer never brought to justice. Imagine if the “lifestyle” of the… Continue reading

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