All Candidates Meeting for the BC election, at the Community Centre, Wed April 26, 7pm – 9pm

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In preparation for the May 9 provincial election, the Pemberton & District Chamber of Commerce is hosting an All Candidates Meeting on Wednesday, April 26th at The Pemberton and District Community Centre from… Continue reading

Familiar Sights: Connie Sobchak discovers what you can see when you let go of the need to see and just let your eyes go soft

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Some days it seems like there are no creatures stirring; yesterday was not one of those days. Still, it required some vigilance and patience to really see something. For example, most days we… Continue reading

Easter Sunday and the rising of the sun photographed by Victoria Saddleman

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The Lions’ annual Easter Egg Hunt starts at 12:45 tomorrow at Pioneer Park

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Anna Helmer wonders which Big Issue to take a crack at today

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Well let’s see here. Lately in my Wellness Almanac column I have rather bravely (according to me) looked into certain deep issues including: Trump, coming out, parenting and global food system failures. Here… Continue reading

Taking off the Brave Face Mask – I think this might be goodbye

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Her name was Kellie Daanen. We were seven, eight years old. She was one of my best friends. We sat together at lunch every day. One day, she said, “I’m an Aborigine.” “No,… Continue reading

Can you call your sorrows “a bounty of sadness” and feel richer for them, instead of burdened? Connie Sobchak explores the power of words and lark song

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While sitting in a ditch off Highway 99 just outside of Lillooet I got to musing on the qualities of the meadow lark song. I was in the ditch because we had an… Continue reading

Great Blue Heron sightings wanted

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10 Cool Facts about the Riverside Wetlands/Ském’em Community Park – take the survey before May 1

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A handful of reasons why the SLRD wants to secure the land around Bathtub Trail as parkland, and has been collaborating with Lil’wat Nation to craft a joint park management plan, to apply for… Continue reading

Hugh Naylor is looking for a father figure, who might be able to explain the corporate world to him

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This guest post was written by Hugh Naylor, one of the pioneers of Pemberton trails network. Hugh and wife Jan landed in Pemberton in 1967, back when the Village’s population was 250, and… Continue reading

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