Q+A: Geoff Pross

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Over at the Pemberton Youth Centre, Geoff Pross, Youth Centre Supervisor, is spearheading the Seed to Table project, a program funded by the Community Action Initiative. The Seed to Table project aims to reconnect… Continue reading

Sighted: Sharp Tail Snake

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A hatchling Sharp-Tail Snake, spotted by Leslie Anthony, May 13. A slug-eating snake that is endangered, and found only at a handful of sites in coastal BC.

Recipe of the Week: Bannock

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The best thing about summer, as a kid, was campfires. And the best thing about campfires, as a good little Aussie, was making damper. This ‘smore business is something no self-respecting Aussie would… Continue reading

Q+A with Holly Joseph

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This winter, Lil’wat artist Holly Joseph was featured on Whistler is Awesome. Here’s an extract of the Q&A from the article. Why did you start making regalia? I always wanted to be an… Continue reading

Sighted: Lamprey at One Mile Creek

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This is a lamprey, a jawless fish whose name means “stone licker.” Photo by Veronica Woodruff, One Mile Lake Nature Centre, May 6 2012.

Want to Get Engaged? To Your Community? Free Talk Tuesday Night, May 29

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Apathy, who cares? Dave Meslin does. Activist, journalist, organiser and rabble-rouser, he cares a lot about community engagement, and he’s speaking at the Pemberton & District Library on Tuesday, May 29 at 7pm.… Continue reading

Coaches Corner: Set a Goal

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Goal setting is critical. Without it, you are just floating! Goals don’t have to be huge & flashy, it’s not about impressing the people around you. Goals need to be personal and realistic.… Continue reading

None of Us is as Strong as All Of Us

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The Winds of Change is an effort to come together – an acknowledgement that the distance between Mount Currie and Pemberton is greater than 8.5km, because the policies of the past, for which… Continue reading

Word of the week: “Empathy.”

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“If we’re going to find our way back to each other, we have to know and understand empathy, because empathy is the antidote to shame. If you put shame in a Petri dish,… Continue reading

Recipe of the Week: Lemony Lentil Soup with Dill and Feta

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The first fronds of dill are doing their delicate dance in my garden. I’m still waiting impatiently for everything else to start sprouting seriously, and my pantry is running bare of last summer’s… Continue reading

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