Why Volunteer? A shout-out from one volunteer to another.

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Guest post by James Linklater It was Volunteer Week recently & it got me thinking. All groups are well-minded, motivated & committed to a cause they believe in. So why do we struggle… Continue reading

Shout Out: Pemberton Search and Rescue

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If you’ve ever needed rescuing in the mountains or in a tight spot, a volunteer from the Pemberton Search and Rescue dropping out of the sky to your aid must feel like a… Continue reading

Event: Food Safe Certification, October 17

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James Linklater will teach an all-day Food Safe course at the Cottonwood Community Centre, Pemberton, on Wednesday, October 17, from 8:30am to 4pm. This course is mandatory for all food handlers. Sign up… Continue reading

Shout-Out: Pemberton Transit

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Pembertonians recently voted on the best use of public money. Truth be told, if public money is truly being well-spent, it’s likely to be on something that no one really thinks about, something… Continue reading

The Wellness Gathering 2012 presents Dr Art Hister, keynote speaker

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Celebrity medic, Dr Art Hister, has been a full time “media doctor” since 1991. He’s currently the health analyst for Global TV News in BC, and you can follow him on twitter @globaltvdoc.… Continue reading

Seasonal Observations: Rain

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This sunny weather outside is kinda making me tired! Recently I have noticed that many people I come into contact with are feeling tired. Bone tired. Or as my kids would say bone-dog-tired… Continue reading

Wellness: Flu Shots reminder, from Oct 25

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The flu clinic will be set up in Pemberton at the end of the month, to provide free flu shots to those eligible. In British Columbia, the flu shot is offered free to… Continue reading

Event: Community Clean Up Weekend, Mt Currie, Oct 13 + 14

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X’et’olacw dump will be closing soon. This weekend is the chance to clean up Mount Currie before it fully closes. You clean it up, leave everything at the curb and it will be… Continue reading

International Day of the Girl, October 11

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October 11th has been declared the International Day of the Girl by the United Nations. This day is specifically to enhance awareness around issues that affect girls and to take action. • In… Continue reading

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

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