The Discovery Centre for Balanced Education (DCBE) students at Sun Peaks are continuing to make good with the “We Day” commitments they made back in October. “In October we participated in ‘We Day’ in Vancouver,” explains Discovery Centre @KOOL teacher Laurel Seafoot. “In order to participate . . . the students had to make a ‘We Day’ commitment . ....
Whether it’s from the farm or the vineyard, the best of the harvest will be served up at the fourth annual Autumn Bounty in Sun Peaks. Expect to taste excellent food and beverage at this one-of-a-kind event which runs on Thanksgiving weekend, Oct. 8 to 12. This means delectable dishes from fresh and seasonal produce. “We planted potatoes towards the end...

Influencing adventure

How social media affects local trails Three years ago Corry Bondini created a new Instagram account to share photos from her adventures with her friends without flooding her main account. Now, almost 17,000 followers later, @hikingcorry has taken Bondini to places she never imagined. But with the likes, comments, sponsors and trips comes a level of responsibility she is very...
Heading into his second winter as CEO of the Canada West Ski Area Association (CWSAA), Christopher Nicolson has a lot on his mind. Since taking up the position in April of 2016 Nicolson, a Sun Peaks resident, has had a packed schedule. So far he’s visited 82 out of the 92 ski area members in an effort to focus on...