Sign up now for Before School Care

The Pemberton Child Care Society offers “Before School Care” for children attending “Signal Hill Elementary School” and “Ecole de la valley”. Before School Care is available when school is in session. Before School Care begins at 7:30am and will conclude with children being escorted to school ready for class. Programming includes a light breakfast consisting … Continue reading Sign up now for Before School Care

Fibre optic network is coming to Village of Pemberton

On July 24, the Village of Pemberton announced that "blazing fast" internet speeds and "enough bandwidth for generations to come" will be coming to Pemberton, by 2019, thanks to a $5 million infrastructure investment by TELUS into fibre optic. This investment is part of TELUS’ commitment to invest $4.7 billion throughout British Columbia between 2017 … Continue reading Fibre optic network is coming to Village of Pemberton

Slow Food Cycle returns August 19 – with road closed to vehicle traffic between 10am and 3pm

2018 Slow Food Cycle | Sunday, August 19 Where: Pemberton Meadows Road at the location of the old Pemberton Community Centre. Look for School District 48's Bus Garage and Playing Fields just north west of the Village of Pemberton. When: 9 AM to 3 PM on Sunday, August 19 Cost: $5 per person / $20 per family … Continue reading Slow Food Cycle returns August 19 – with road closed to vehicle traffic between 10am and 3pm

Lil’wat Nation Councillors Kík7ak Helena Edmonds and Lhpatq Maxine Bruce graduate with Indigenous Community Development and Governance Diploma

They juggled  busy workloads, doubled as students and blazed trail, as graduates in the inaugural class of the Indigenous Community Development and Governance Diploma. Huge congratulations to Lil'wat Nation Councillors Kík7ak Helena Edmonds and Lhpatq Maxine Bruce on their graduation from the Indigenous Community Development and Governance Diploma program.               The … Continue reading Lil’wat Nation Councillors Kík7ak Helena Edmonds and Lhpatq Maxine Bruce graduate with Indigenous Community Development and Governance Diploma