Shout Out: PVTA

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Exciting to read in the Question this week that the Pemberton Valley Trails Association is moving full-steam ahead with its dream of building a hiking trail up Mount Currie. The province has granted… Continue reading

Sighted: Mushrooms

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Spotted on a Thanksgiving walk in the woods – beautiful clusters of mushrooms. Edible? Inedible? The only thing to do when you don’t know the answer to that is take only photographs and… Continue reading

Wellness: Resilience comes from… caring about each other enough to say hi.

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The Centre for Addictions Research at the University of Victoria posted this article this summer, which jives perfectly with what we are all about here at The Wellness Almanac. It also jives with… Continue reading

Event: Vision for Child Care in BC, October 10

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  The Pemberton Child Care Society invites you to attend a presentation of the Community Plan for a Public System of Integrated Early Care and Learning in BC. Stop by the Pemberton Children’s… Continue reading

The lowdown on the upcoming Wellness Gathering, October 25

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Getting excited? That’s perfectly understandable…

Event: Seed to Table dinner fundraiser

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Pemberton Youth and Family Services, Seed to Table, the Pemberton Valley Seniors Society and the Pemberton Youth Centre are teaming up for a fundraiser at the Legion October 12th. This is the culmination… Continue reading

Thanksgiving at home in the best place in the world

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Did you know that the Canadian Tourism Commission and the Huffington Post have both declared the Pemberton region to be the best place in Canada to spend Thanksgiving? (Apart from in your own… Continue reading

News: Owl Lake Cultural Camp dreaming

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On Sunday, (Sept 23), Winds of Change Steering Committee Chair Sheldon Tetreault and his family, wife Harriet and kids Riel and Isaac, took a hike with Chief Lucinda Phillips and her husband Bernie,… Continue reading

Wellness is… more than not being sick.

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It’s Mental Health Awareness Week. So we are sharing this perspective recently posted by the Canadian Alliance on Mental Health and Wellness, that explains that Mental Wellness is more than not being mentally… Continue reading

Shout Out: Signal Hill Lunch Program

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This is a shout-out to the Village of Pemberton Council, for granting $1000 from the Community Enhancement Fund to support the Signal Hill Elementary School lunch program. As reported in this week’s Pique, … Continue reading

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