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Tanina Williams takes over our instagram

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“Yes,” said Tanina, “I’ll do a takeover.” Even though she doesn’t really spend a lot of time on instagram, (understatement!), she works in education, so she knows that the best teachers allow themselves… Continue reading

Boundary Extension Open House, Wednesday April 25, 6-8pm

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Do you live in Pemberton? Yes. It’s a confusing question. In 2011, a somewhat piecemeal boundary expansion was done, that brought the community’s watershed and southern boundary into Village jurisdiction, but still left… Continue reading

Eat your way home

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Canada’s Godfather of Indigenous Cuisine, David Wolfman, reveals the way food transforms us – not through rigid definitions and diets, but as a path into a great big interconnected web of life and… Continue reading

Join a friendly discussion and dinner gathering after watching Indian Horse film, April 22 4-7pm

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Reading the beautiful, spare and emotionally compelling book, Indian Horse, written by the late Richard Wagamese, was my point of entry to understanding the legacy of residential schools. I appreciate that about fiction… Continue reading

Misun Lammens gives a peek into life as a Korean-Pembertonian

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When I first met Misun, I spoke to her very slowly in a very loud voice. I know I tend to speak hyper-quickly. And I’d lived in Austria when I was in high… Continue reading

Boomerang Bags head to Signal Hill for Earth Day

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Here’s why, despite my privacy concerns, I’m not quite ready to abandon Facebook. How else would I have learned that Leah Daling, one of the prime instigators and movers and shakers of the… Continue reading

Gates Lake Clean-Up set for April 19, 9am – 11am. Lend a hand, enjoy a snack, get your Earth Day action in early

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via SLRD

Provide your input on the region’s Trails Master Plan

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The SLRD is in the process of updating the Pemberton Valley Recreational Trails Master Plan. It’s a long-term strategy for recreational trail use in the Pemberton Valley, and is being updated to accommodate… Continue reading

Spring Things

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On Thursday, April 12, we shared an update, via John Tschopp, of western toads mating, and invited people to share the things that signal spring to them. Here’s what spring looks like, through… Continue reading

For those who seek high places to let their spirits free

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  The incredibly talented David Ward has become one of my favourite photographers to watch, and I’m grateful he allowed us to share this image on the Wellness Almanac. #cawcaw  

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