The power of speaking up: breaking news from Stewardship Pemberton – funding for Salmonid Enhancement has been restored!

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The federal government proposed to make cuts to Fisheries and Oceans Canada programs, impacting the amazing work our local stewards have done over decades here, restoring habitat, and exposing our littles to the… Continue reading

One person makes a difference. Kiran Pal-Pross explains

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Kiran Pal-Pross is the other half of the takeover team on instagram this week and Logistics Director for the Pemberton Refugee Resettlement Group (prrg.ca). She explains in her post why she’s motivated to… Continue reading

Do you dare to call Pemberton home?

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Who dares to call Pemberton home? It’s an intentionally provocative question, to question a sense of entitlement many of us end up with, that can sometimes erode our generosity. And then I look… Continue reading

What does a cat-fight involving two birds look like? Dave Steers captures two stellar jays trying to decide who is the alpha

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Pemberton Community Unites for Good. Times Two.

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This is a guest post written by Blair Kaplan. Blair is a PR guru and a volunteer member of the Pemberton Refugee Resettlement Group. Wonder what they’re about? Blair offers an introduction here,… Continue reading

The most tricky thing a cycle commuter has to navigate is not what you think

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As an admitted (you read it here first) Recognition Junkie, I am very fond of road waving. I ride my bike to work most days and I absolutely love that I can get… Continue reading

Airbrushing Nature – when chasing our own version of perfection might mean death, or a very unhealthy unsustainable planet, at the least

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As I gazed at the images from my last run, deleting blurry ones and repeats, I came close to obliterating the fly that was marring one of the waterlily pictures I had taken.… Continue reading

Got a tale to tell? The Museum needs 150 of ’em

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The Pemberton & District Museum has a plan, to create a trove of memories and tales and jokes and funny sayings, from around these parts, as a way to commemorate the 150th year… Continue reading

Corinne Stolz-Orava is guestagramming for the week

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  Hello, my name is Corinne Stoltz-Orava signing in for the week. I am the chair of our new Backcountry horsemen of BC Pemberton area chapter. Our fundraiser "Hooves on Trail" is coming… Continue reading

It’s time to upgrade your Leave No Trace mindset

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I rode a quick lap of No Err the other morning. It was 10 days since the Nimby Fifty bike race had sent 230 riders that way, and I assume that four of… Continue reading

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