Slow Food Cycle Sunday rolls through Pemberton Meadows this weekend, Sunday August 18, 9am – 3pm

It’s the 15th year of the annual Slow Food Cycle Sunday presented by the Pemberton Valley Supermarket! https://www.instagram.com/p/B0EWTBLhOGe/ Founded in 2005 to showcase the true value of farmland and to connect consumers with farmers/producers, the Slow Food Cycle Sunday has grown into a larger cycling festival complete with live music, food, drinks, art, crafts, treats and … Continue reading Slow Food Cycle Sunday rolls through Pemberton Meadows this weekend, Sunday August 18, 9am – 3pm

Pemberton then and now: history reminds us to appreciate sidewalks

If the downtown roadworks have you frustrated, consider: sidewalks are a luxury this town hasn't always had. I haven't lived here long enough to call myself local, but I remember when there were no sidewalks on Portage Road, back when the Pony was down in the ditch, and the library was in the Youth Centre … Continue reading Pemberton then and now: history reminds us to appreciate sidewalks

Why “That was in the past, why can’t indigenous people just get over it?”, doesn’t really work as a healing strategy

  shared via the Native Women's Association of Canada This animation, launched a year ago in Australia, at The Healing Foundation's #OurFuture Youth Webinar was created as to explain where Intergenerational Trauma comes from and how it impacts young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Because, here's what's crazy... the same thing that happened to indigenous … Continue reading Why “That was in the past, why can’t indigenous people just get over it?”, doesn’t really work as a healing strategy