High noon on Saturday is your chance to clean out your closet and/or update your look AND help all kinds of critters (fur babies and wild ones) AND keep things out of landfill AND start to build a more circular economy. And socialize. Bonus. The Pemberton Fall Clothing Swap is an initiative of the SLRD's Zero … Continue reading Fall Clothing Swap at the Pemberton Community Centre, Saturday, Nov 3, Noon – 3pm
via the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District In April 2017, the Government of Canada introduced Bill C-45 (the Cannabis Act) and Bill C-46 (the Act to amend the Criminal Code) with plans to make non-medical (i.e. recreational) cannabis legal in Canada by July 2018. The bill received Royal Assent on June 21, 2018, meaning that it has officially … Continue reading The SLRD is preparing for cannabis legalization. Take a 5 minute survey to share your thoughts, and get up to speed on some of the impacts
There's a soundtrack to this, for sure. But yours might differ from mine. So I'll let you spin it up. Thanks Gary for reminding us of the magic of sunny days, winding roads, and mountain vistas.
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 risk from the north face of Mount Currie, including risk to life, buildings, critical facilities, business activities, power and communication lines. The … Continue reading Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessement: Community Info Meetings. Jan 25 and 25
Much of Meager dropped into the valley at the beginning of August seven years ago and the result is still very evident. We flew up there that morning and I remember it like it was yesterday. We knew something had happened but had no idea of the scale and when we flew around the last … Continue reading Remember the Meager mudslide
via the SLRD Repair is a radical act. So get radical. And get behind Pemberton's first Repair Cafe. Fix it, don't throw it away! What is a Repair Café? Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things - together. At the Repair Café you will find the expertise, tools and materials … Continue reading Pemberton’s first Repair Cafe is coming, Saturday October 21
Yesterday, the staff at the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District were unusually colour-coordinated. The entire team dressed to support Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters, which takes place tomorrow, and to invite everyone in the community to join in the spirit of reconciliation, and wear orange this Saturday (September 30) to acknowledge this growing national movement, … Continue reading Orange Shirt Day is September 30, so your wardrobe choice is a no-brainer