Take Our Survey! How Can We Improve The Wellness Almanac?

This is our 1001st post on the Wellness Almanac! The Winds of Change started as a social policy initiative 10 years ago, to bring these communities together over drug and alcohol issues. But how do we talk meaningfully about alcohol and addiction in our communities, without alienating people? The focus of the Wellness Almanac has … Continue reading Take Our Survey! How Can We Improve The Wellness Almanac?

Column: We Were Children screens at the Library, Nov 27

Gary Martin spent 50 days riding his bike back and forth between the Pemberton and Mount Currie, contemplating the distance between our communities. At the Wellness Gathering on Saturday, an event conceived to help bridge that gap, he said to me, “It seems like the things that really lie between us are mostly invisible.” A … Continue reading Column: We Were Children screens at the Library, Nov 27

Wellness Champions Celebrated: Now with Photos!

The Winds of Change Recognition Awards were given on Saturday at the celebration dinner that marked the culmination of the Wellness Gathering. In the meantime, please congratulate the first high school student to be recognised in the award's 5 year history, and two of the most dynamic and productive community groups out there. The Winds … Continue reading Wellness Champions Celebrated: Now with Photos!