Sighted: Salmon! 26,511 sockeye in the Birkenhead River.

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Always love to get an update on the Lil’wat Fisheries program from manager Maxine Bruce. This report even comes with a soundtrack! Ama sqit Nsneknukwa7. I just listened to U2’s “Its A Beautiful… Continue reading

Event: Rotary Community Peace Celebration, Sat Sept 22, 11am-1pm, Cottonwood Community Centre

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Everyone is invited. This free family fun event with have crafts for the kids, live entertainment and refreshments. Each year Rotary International sets a new theme for all the clubs around the world… Continue reading

Recipe of the Week: Spiced Peach and Carrot Bread

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With the collection of the next Ice Cap veggie box looming and a bowl full of ripe Champagne Peaches from Snowy Mountain Organic Farm still to use up (I have the fruit option with… Continue reading

Sighted: Coyote

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There’s one patch of sunlight in the yard, beaming down like a spotlight, centre stage. Enter, stage right, from the long grass, Coyote. The trickster. Coyote, or Canis latrans, (“barking dog” in Latin)… Continue reading

Event: September 5, Annual Birkenhead River Chinook Salmon RiverBank Walk

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The Annual Birkenhead River Chinook Salmon River-Bank Walk will take place on September 5th, 12th and 19th starting with the tailgate meeting at 8:30am at the Land and Resources office in Mt Currie.… Continue reading

Event: Overdose Awareness Day, Aug 31

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On August 31st, there will be events held around the world dedicated to the serious problem of drug overdose. Most drug overdose deaths are preventable and all jurisdictions are being encouraged to integrate… Continue reading

Recipe of the Week: Apricot and Amaretti Semifreddo

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We recently had some friends round for dinner and, being a dessert fiend and Bree Van De Kamp wannabe, I searched for the most impressive looking recipe I could find to finish the… Continue reading

More on involving the kids….

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Sunday, August 19th was the 8th Annual Slow Food Sunday. The summer months have really slowed us down and we rose earlier than we had in two months. Up at 6am, I made… Continue reading

News: Artists Wanted! Design a Peace Banner.

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The Village of Pemberton in partnership with the Pemberton Rotary Club has posted a call to artists to submit artwork for consideration for the Village Street Banners. Visual artists can submit up to… Continue reading

Shout Out: Artist Ashley Joseph

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Congratulations to local artist Ashley Joseph – his beautiful artwork was the winning design for the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler‘s ‘Spirits Within Festival’ Sept 29.

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