Red flashing lights mean stop! Give the school bus a brake.

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On the last day of April, Michelle Beks who lives up the Valley on what you’d assume is a quiet rural road, but is actually anything but, posted on the Facebook Community Page… Continue reading

Rise: a documentary from the communities along the Lower Lillooet Lake Road

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Last year, Xa’xsta (also known as the Douglas First Nation) successfully applied for a $405,000 BC Jobs grant, to create training, mentorship and opportunities for entrepreneurs in the communities. This video gives a… Continue reading

Mortal Shock

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Navigating death and aging and injury, the tricky slippery pathways toward having more compassion for our bodies For one summer, the year I turned thirty, there was a deck on the house I… Continue reading

How to remove a tick

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I watched this video (found via Outside magazine) with a kind of train-wreck horror. Ticks are on the increase, as are instances of tick-borne diseases. It takes several hours for a tick to… Continue reading

Shayla Wallace captures the radiance

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Respond to every call that excites your spirit đź’Ą #strawberrypoint A post shared by Shayla Wallace (@shay_law) on May 14, 2018 at 11:15pm PDT This stopped me in my ever-scrolling tracks and Shayla… Continue reading

A warrior for Wisdom: talking with Wanosts’a7 Lorna Williams, Part 1

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When Mt Currie’s XetĂłlacw Community School was created in 1972, it was only the second Band-run school in all of Canada. Starting a school was literally a groundbreaking move for a First Nations community.… Continue reading

Lil’wat Empowerment Group for Women, Thursday May 31, 11:30 – 2

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Maker Mondays stop motion movie: Surf’s UP

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The Pemberton & District Public Library is proud to present the second of three movies made at Maker Mondays: Stop motion movies session, Surf’s Up by Arleigh, Maile and Lilly! Maker Monday sessions are… Continue reading

Blue Nosed Twitchers

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What if your nose was blue?  Whenever I look at a ruddy duck, so named for its body colour, of all things, and not its bright blue nose, this is the phrase that… Continue reading

Bee-keeping or bullet-journalling? You choose. Two free workshops at the library on May 26. Sign up now.

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Self-improvement or self-care – I am in awe of some of the free opportunities for both, available right here, in our little community, many thanks to the Pemberton & District Library, which on… Continue reading

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