You probably have a seasonal ritual at this time of year - admiring the bulbs, raking your favourite trail, stockpiling chocolate or painting eggs. One of mine has become a ditch clean-up in front of our place. Once the snow melts, and a year's worth of garbage, plastic, McDonalds' wrappers and empties are revealed, kiddo … Continue reading Pitch In and refresh the ditch
On Thursday, April 8th, from 6 - 7:15pm, join Village of Pemberton Staff and representatives from the Community Energy Association to talk about how to tackle Climate Change in our community. Learn how you can be part of the solution and Have Your Say to help us develop a local Community Climate Action Plan. Register … Continue reading Let’s Talk Climate Action – Public Information Session, Thursday April 8, 6pm
The Joffre Lakes Visitor-Use Strategy was Developed by B.C.’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, in conjunction with the Lil’wat and N’Quatqua Nations, to manage the growing number of visitors to the park and protect its natural and cultural features. The Strategy proposes to limit daily visitation to the park through free day-use passes, … Continue reading Joffre Lakes Visitor Use Strategy accepts feedback up to April 4
Here's your chance to share what is top of mind, or the most important understanding you'd like to provide visitors to the Sea to Sky corridor. The survey below provides opportunities to rank certain educational messages, to help develop campaigns and communications that might help address some of the negative impacts of tourism on the … Continue reading If you could tell tourists just one thing, when they’re visiting this region, what would it be? Fill in survey by April 9
Yesterday, at 1pm, the Premier, Minister for Health and Provincial Health Officer shared some sobering news: rising counts of COVID-19 in BC, and particularly in our region (which has seen a worrying number of the Brazil variant which has been seen to be more transmissible and less amenable to the vaccine), have warranted a three … Continue reading Three week circuit breaker for BC starts today
To book your appointment, call 1-877-587-5767, between 7am and 7pm. This is part of the third phase of BC's COVID-19 Immunization Plan.
30 MINUTES. 30 DAYS. ANY BIKE. Covid got ya down? Do you need some incentive to get back in the saddle?Are you training for the Pemby Fifty?Want to bike to work or school more consistently?Want to win awesome prizes? PORCA is excited to invite you to participate in a 30 x 30 bike challenge from … Continue reading PORCA incites you to get back in the saddle, with the April 30×30 Bike Challenge
https://www.youtube.com/embed/LWQfe__fNbs My fella is laid up right now with an injury, so that has altered my clicking patterns. "Is there scientific proof we can heal ourselves?" asks Dr Lissa Rankin in her TED talk. Click, I go, down that rabbit hole, and what I learned is that there has long been evidence that healing has … Continue reading To heal, you need more than medicine. You need care.
The Pemberton Art Council has a fun idea - to create a collaborative community exhibition, called STRONGER TOGETHER. And YOUR are invited to be part of it. Postal art is an art movement centered on sending small scale art works through the postal system. Create a small work of art on the back of a postcard … Continue reading Send a postcard, be part of an exhibit – deadline June 15
On Friday afternoon, a Long-eared Owl who had been in rehab for three months after being hit by a vehicle near the Ryan Creek bridge, was ready to head back out into the world. John Tschopp and friends helped return him to the original location and shared this video of the moment of first flight! … Continue reading Recovered long-eared owl released on Friday!