Work in Progress: The Round Up!

Look around. Everywhere we live, there is art, inviting us into a deeper correspondence with nature, culture, community. That's why one of our favourite columns has been the monthly Work in Progress feature. So far, in our Work in Progress column, we've profiled: Russell Dalby, photographer Bryn Hughes, photographer Jesse Fromowitz, flute-maker Vanessa Stark, artist Mike Tyler, carver and sculptor Nevin … Continue reading Work in Progress: The Round Up!

Why should I care who is elected for Chief and Council in Mount Currie? Part 3

The economy. The environment. I've talked about the heavy-hitting reasons that the March 9 Mount Currie elections will impact the entire region. Chief and Council are elected by Mount Currie Band Members to be the political representation of the Lil’wat Nation. Their influence, both directly and indirectly, is far-ranging throughout the Sea-to-Sky region. There are … Continue reading Why should I care who is elected for Chief and Council in Mount Currie? Part 3

Shout Out: Paul Vacirca and the Pemberton Valley Hardware

A big thank-you to Pemberton Valley Hardware! We here at the Mount Currie Health Centre, and in particular the Maternal-Child Health Program, would like to extend a wholehearted kukwstum kacw — thank you — to the wonderful people at Pemberton Valley Hardware. Pemberton Valley Hardware has donated funds and supplies to the Mount Currie community … Continue reading Shout Out: Paul Vacirca and the Pemberton Valley Hardware