Kat Weed puts herself out there for a week and reveals the secret to wellness: feelings.

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I have often been moved or impressed by things Kat Weed shared in her instagram account, so asked if she would take over our Wellness Almanac instagram. In the spirit of using social… Continue reading

Mountains of Art kicks off the festive season, Saturday November 25

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Ice, moss and meditations on impermanence with Connie Sobchak

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My friends and I were running through the mossy woods, trending up towards the paraglide launch and catching up on each other’s lives when the incline allowed. In the back of my mind… Continue reading

I love the library. And it’s not just me.

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In Austin, Texas, in early November, a new library opened. Austin Kleon, a writer and blogger I follow, attended, and wrote about the Mayor’s opening remarks, Indeed, a library is your cathedral, a… Continue reading

Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Collaborative: A Plea for continued funding.

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After getting so much interest from our Facebook post earlier in the month, sharing the Pique story about funding to the CYMHSU drying up, we asked Tanya Richman, the local action team’s co-chair,… Continue reading

Gary Martin pays respect to Ts’zil, our mountain

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There are two things I hope you get out of this photo, from Gary Martin, reposted from his instagram account. The first, as is always our intention when we share the work of… Continue reading

Birds can be deadly. The Christmas Bird Count won’t. Save the date. December 15.

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John Tschopp shared the recent news of a Great Horned Owl doing battle in a local chicken coop. It won. Meal was successfully attained. Franzy Schnyder provided these pictures of the intruder. Save… Continue reading

Yes to the dancing

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I was inspired, when I was working on this column, by reading Skalulmecw Chief Dean Nelson’s words on the Lil’wat website: To be presented the culture and to embrace our culture are two… Continue reading

Lillooet Lake in the evening evokes its own magic. Photo by Dave Steers

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Lillooet lake on the evening coming back from the Stein. Not sure what but there is something very special about that lake. ~ Photo and words by Dave Steers   Check this out… Continue reading

Dabbling in Neuroscience…

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Friends have been listening to audiobooks for years; if a bookclub date should roll around faster than anticipated, someone would plug in an audio version whilst driving a child to hockey/gymnastics/voice lessons/orthodontist appointments… Continue reading

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