shared via the Native Women's Association of Canada This animation, launched a year ago in Australia, at The Healing Foundation's #OurFuture Youth Webinar was created as to explain where Intergenerational Trauma comes from and how it impacts young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Because, here's what's crazy... the same thing that happened to indigenous … Continue reading Why “That was in the past, why can’t indigenous people just get over it?”, doesn’t really work as a healing strategy
Avoid the drive to Vancouver for face-to-face study with new BCIT courses offered in Whistler in the fall. These local professional development opportunities could help you secure a new job and advance your career: Accounting for the Manager Organizational Behaviour Project Management Essentials Digital Marketing Negotiation Skills Project Communication & Team Management Courses start in … Continue reading Whistler Learning Centre brings a selection of BCIT courses to Whistler for the fall. Register now.
Join the Pemberton Multicultural Network for a free workshop on beekeeping for adults. Learn from local Pemberton bee keepers! Space is very limited so please register early through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/bee-keeping-workshop-tickets-63154109642 In this free bee keeping workshop you will learn about the importance of bees, closely examine beehives, learn about honey extraction, apiary management and honey … Continue reading Free Bee-keeping workshop August 24 – limited spaces
It's not every often you glimpse an owl by daylight, but the ever watchful John Tschopp was blessed with such a sighting on Wednesday July 24, and happily had his camera at the ready, to capture these amazing shots of a Barred Owl. It was perched in his walnut tree, waiting for a fat squirrel, … Continue reading Spotted: Barred Owl
Pull Shakespeare of his pedestal and raise funds for the Pemberton Farmers Market on Saturday, from 4pm to 5:30pm. This afternoon of humorous Shakespearesque theatre and music will answer that question you didn't know you were asking yourself: how Kids in the Hall might approach the historical Julius Caesar by Shakespeare? 🎭The actors have been … Continue reading Bard in the Hall: theatrical fundraiser for the Pemberton Farmers Market at the Community Centre, Saturday, 4pm
The Pemberton Fruit Tree project will be harvesting three crabapple trees on Collins Road, on Saturday morning, August 3, 9:30am. To sign up for the harvest, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bring shoes suitable for climbing ladders, a bag or box to take your share home, plenty of water, and if you have it, a ladder. Go home … Continue reading Crabapple feasting: harvesters welcome, Saturday, August 3