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Boomerang Bags Sewing Circle does 74 bags in one night! Join the momentum on Feb 27 at the Community Centre

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74 new cloth reusable loaner grocery bags were made by a crew of volunteers at the Community Centre on Tuesday 6 February. That brings the total bags sewn and made available to the… 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

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

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

Coming at Valentine’s Day from a different angle: Tat7ush invites us to stay woke

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Lil’watémclhkan Ts’ila ts7a: February is a time for remembering Today, we revisit Tat7ush’ February 8 2016 column in the Whistler Question, because, February is still a time for remembering the many missing and… Continue reading

Even nature likes to show off every now and then. Photo by Victoria Saddleman

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Love her but leave her wild. Atticus might be speaking of a love interest. But I apply it to the earth, too. Thanks for sharing the image and quote, Victoria Saddleman.

John Tschopp explains the pleasure of a roadside stop at Porteau Cove

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Guest post by John Tschopp Last week I had to drive to North Vancouver. The weather was drab, cloudy, with intermittent rain. Since time was in my favor, I pulled onto the parking… Continue reading

Sending love to the Man with Diamond Eyes

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Thanks to Sarinda Hoilett for sharing this post. It speaks for itself, but it was a reminder to me to keep training my brain to get out of the bubble of my own… Continue reading

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