Recipe of the Week: Buffalo Chili (because the things we do with ducks are classified)

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Gary and I recently popped into the The Pony on a Thursday for the locals pizza and beer night and were very excited to see a selection of specialty meats from Two Rivers Meats of Vancouver… Continue reading

Springing Forward….

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Yes, daylight savings sometimes feels like daylight losing… but at least it’s SPRING-like out there. Soak it up! Enjoy the extra bit of evening light.

Getting out of the Indian Act: One Step at a Time

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On nomination night in Mount Currie I wrote about some of the idiosyncrasies of the Indian Act which governs elections for most First Nations in Canada. By “idiosyncracies”, I meant things like 2… Continue reading

Spring annuals for the cutting garden

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Our greenhouse is filling up fast with tiny transplants and it’s the best feeling after a long winter – I absolutely love this time of year. The little ones are warmed by wood… Continue reading

Meet the Green Thumbs

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Spring is in the air. We’re excited to welcome the season of green shoots, rising rivers, snow melt, and awakening earth, with a regular column about gardening and growing things. We’ve tapped into… Continue reading

Wellness: But how do they get the grainy bits so soft?

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If you like to whip up a pot of quinoa, millet, or brown rice for weeknight suppers, then we have just the infographic for you. Print this out — put it on your… Continue reading

Event: Yoga Workshop and Retreat, March 17

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Inspiration: Turn Off This Song and Go Outside

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Today’s inspiration comes with a soundtrack (scroll down to press play!)

On the Frontlines: Pemberton Food Bank Shout-Out & Recipe

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Post by Louise Stacey-Deegan, Food Bank and HPOP Coordinator, at Sea to Sky Community Services. February was an exciting month for us at the Food Bank here in Pemberton. We presented one of… Continue reading

Gardening: This Spring, Plant Something for the Bees

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According to The Land Conservancy, there are 400 native bee species in B.C. and these little guys can pollinate entire crops, and in some ways are more effective than honey bees. For simple… Continue reading

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