A wild swerve into federal food policy

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Today on the Wellness Almanac, Anna Helmer’s Creative Non-Fiction Column (so termed in order to avoid being sued), swerves wildly into federal food policy. If the government can’t shout this from the rooftops… Continue reading

Parent Infant Drop-In at the Library resumes: Mondays at 11am

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New parents. Don’t go it alone. One easy way, even for introverts, to find a little support, is to drop in to the Library on Mondays between 11am and noon, for the Parent… Continue reading

Zero Waste Educator Wanted: Apply to SLRD by September 20

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If you love the planet, kids, and finding practical ways to create a generation of environmentalists, and tangibly reduce waste in the corridor, this part-time contract position with the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District might… Continue reading

Back to School tips from the Village of Pemberton

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Time to get the brain back into school mode, and that means more than memorizing the alphabet. Safety first, folks. Let’s make people the number one priority.

Rain. Before and After. Polek Rybczynski captures the mood

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The blood-orange sun for the first few days in September, when the smoke returned, brought a spooky Apocalyptic vibe. Then the rain. Like a blessing. That allowed everything, including the brittle grass beneath… Continue reading

Choose to be better, not bitter: Cathy Benns’ first step for wellness

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  Cathy Benns, registered massage therapist, gymnastics coach, mama, and co-founder of Growing Great Children spent a week at the helm of our instagram account. Here, she shares her reflection on the experience.… Continue reading

Hug a farmer, baker, musician or maker today at the Farmers Market, from 3pm

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Molli Reynolds has taken over the instagram account this week, to share a little more of her farm-fresh, oven-fresh love. “To me, cooking seems more than an art and baking seems more than… Continue reading

Pemberton Library’s Annual Book Sale hits the sidewalk Friday September 15

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Village of Pemberton acquires 20 acres of land for recreation use from den Duyf family

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via the Village of Pemberton news release of August 29 VILLAGE OF PEMBERTON RECEIVES GIFTED LAND FROM THE DEN DUYF FAMILY Lands to Be Used for Recreation Amenities PEMBERTON, BC – As of… Continue reading

Death, appreciation and the things we leave unsaid

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  I’m writing a will and representation agreement – a little overdue but I’m getting to it. With this planning has come a lot of thought. I have a folder on my computer… Continue reading

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