Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessement: Community Info Meetings. Jan 25 and 25

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On Thursday, the Village of Pemberton advised: The Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessment (“Assessment”) is now complete. The Assessment, conducted by BGC Engineering Inc. (“BGC”), was conducted to determine landslide and associated flood… Continue reading

Sighted: Pinegrosbeaks snacking on maple seeds down by Naylor Trail

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Last week, Hugh Naylor called in a sighting of pinegrosbeaks to fellow bird-watcher, John Tschopp, prompting John to head out for a photo session. Here is the result of that fruitful collaboration. They… Continue reading

Crisp winter days. Gary Martin’s photo was featured on Destination BC

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Nice to see local talent recognised. Gary Martin’s shot was broadcast to an audience of 360,000, when @hellobc shared it last week. Those crisp winter days. ❄️☃️😍 Photo taken by @garypmartin a few… Continue reading

Think like an ancestor

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This was the final column I wrote in the Whistler Question, and it’s not lost on me, that this huge revelation to me, of thinking like an ancestor, is something built-in to indigenous… Continue reading

On Becoming Invisible

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With aging, comes invisibility. You don’t even have to do anything for a cloak to descend on you; it muffles your voice and refracts light on your body so that you pass through… Continue reading

Stewardship Pemberton’s Lip Sync Battle is set for March 2. Start rehearsing now

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Announcing our 2nd Annual Lip Sync Battle March 2, 2018! Get your performances ready! Last year, the debut event raised $11,500 for Stewardship Pemberton projects and revealed a community full of closeted rockstars.… Continue reading

The ongoing Winterfest schedule: a season-long line-up of wintery fun

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Winterfest did a little pivot this year, and focussed its core efforts on a family-friendly New Years’ Eve celebration. But the season isn’t over, by any means. And as such, the Winterfest Committee… Continue reading

You’re a work in progress. So what have you worked out so far? Anna Lengstrand’s list inspires me to ask

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Things I’ve picked up along the way… – invest in GoreTex clothes if you live the mountains – plant-based whole foods are the way to go. Going plant based (vegan) was the best… Continue reading

The Honorable Harvest: thinking more mindfully about what it means to be a consumer, forager, hunter, human

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In a lovely, post-instagram-takeover conversation with Sam McKoy, he mentioned this talk to me. The honorable harvest are rules for humans, who cannot photosynthesize, and thus, cannot garner our sustenance simply from sunlight,… Continue reading

Dave Steers contemplates the sunset

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Whenever I asked, Dave Steers would share a photo. Sometimes two or three, forcing me to spend hours deliberating over which one to choose. Sometimes, (terrible confession) I’d grab a screenshot of one… Continue reading

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