Inside the Carver’s Tent

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Ryan Scoular is in the final stretch of creating a six metre totem pole for Whistler home. I had the chance to peek in on his process this February, and wrote about it… Continue reading

Village of Pemberton awarded $5.3 million from Federal Gas Tax Fund for downtown revitalization

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Congratulations to the Village of Pemberton for their grant-writing efforts, in securing  $5.3 million dollars from the Federal Gas Tax Fund for downtown revitalization. via Village of Pemberton “This investment from the Government… Continue reading

Are you ready for Cook Book Club?

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Get bored of rolling out the same old meal plan week after week? Or of eating on your own? Too overwhelmed at the amount of dishes and planning required to host a dinner… Continue reading

Move over TED. Redx Talks are here. And their founder, Cowboy Smithx is speaking at the SLCC, March 28

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Founded two years ago, REDx promotes stories of Resilience and Empowerment, while facilitating Discourse (REDx – silent x) around issues important to Indigenous people around the world. Creator and curator, Cowboy Smith, is… Continue reading

Lost and Found

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I ignored the first black glove but the second one required intervention-I scooped it up and went back for its mate, only to discover that they were not a pair. The almost fully… Continue reading

Free film-making retreat for indigenous youth, apply by March 15

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YouthCo is an organization of youth leading the HIV & HEP C movement. Yúusnewas is an Indigenous peer-led education program that provides workshops on HIV and sexual health in urban and rural communities… Continue reading

Spring forward: Daylight Saving Time begins tonight in the wee hours of March 11

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Change the clocks (and your smoke alarm batteries while you’re at it) before you hit the hay tonight. The clocks will officially move ahead an hour at 2 a.m. Sunday March 11 as… Continue reading

CPAWS is looking for some radical planet-loving elders – apply by March 18 to attend two free summits on participant-led conservation

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Do you have a passion for parks and conservation? Do you live between Vancouver and Lilooet? Are you over 60 years old? If you answered yes! to these questions, then CPAWS-BC invites you to apply… Continue reading

Cheer on Paralympian Ethan Hess at the Pony

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Pemberton’s 18 year old sit-skier, Ethan Hess is racing the 15km in the Paralympics at 5pm tonight. If you feel like cheering him on in a social environment, where jumping up and yelling… Continue reading

Happy International Women’s Day

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I asked Anastasia Chomlack to do a takeover of our instagram because she’s an inordinately talented photographer who moved her family to Pemberton, she hosts all kinds of workshops and gatherings geared at… Continue reading

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