Work In Progress: Pemberton Photographer Russell Dalby

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We’re excited to launch our new column, Work in Progress, a profile of the artists and artisans in our communities, that gives us a sneak peek into their studios, their creative process and… Continue reading

Election 2013: Chief & Council Candidate Speeches, Feb 16, 2pm

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Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto – Happy Family Day!

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Happy Year of the Snake

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2013 is the year of the black Snake – it begins on February 10th shortly after the New moon in Aquarius, the most humanitarian sign of the zodiac. The Snake is the sixth… Continue reading

Shout-Out: Our new facebook friends!

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Yesterday, we had the auspicious-sounding honour of having 111 friends of the Winds of Change facebook page, so we asked everyone to double-down… Refer a friend, recommend, tell someone you love how healthy/inspiring/helpful… Continue reading

Election: Why Should I Care Who is Elected for Band Council and Chief on March 9?

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Chief and Council are elected by Mount Currie Band Members to be the political representation of the Lil’wat Nation. Their influence, both directly and indirectly, is far-ranging throughout the Sea-to-Sky region. There are… Continue reading

9 Handy Hints for Managing Conflict

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  Every day each of us faces some form of conflict in our personal, professional, economic, or social environments. Here are some useful tips to enhance your skill set in managing conflict. 9… Continue reading

Does Hockey make Bullies of us All?

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I’ve had mixed feelings about hockey lately. I love playing and watching hockey. Great passes, positioning, breakouts, flashy saves are all parts of the game that I love. But I don’t like the… Continue reading

Shout Out: The Poo Picker-Uppers

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Here’s a shout out, to those who DO pick up their pet’s doggy-doo. We ALL thank you for giving a crap about our beautiful backyard!

Inspiration: Don’t let anyone convince you that you need more beauty products, guns or doughnuts.

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