Pemberton development sold out 

The latest housing development in Pemberton sold out on the same day as its official launch.

The Pioneer Junction project, developed by Glacier Creek Development Corp., officially went on sale on Saturday, Oct. 11.

All 80 homes were spoken for by the end of the day.

"It went very well," said Jane Houde, in charge of sales with Glacier Creek.

"Within the first couple of hours that we were here we had the contracts signed and our first deposit in hand."

The project is made up of 80 townhomes ranging in price from $200,000 to $450,000.

It includes of wide range of styles and sizes, from the two bedroom condo style unit at 784 square feet to the three bedroom plus den on three levels at 2,223 square feet.

The units will include geothermal heating and cooling and all gas appliances.

Pioneer Junction is located on Highway 99, opposite the Pioneer Junction Shell gas station. The homes will have the same rustic design as the gas station.

Along with Pemberton’s newest gas station, Glacier Creek Development Corp. built The Peaks development and the Beaver Flats employee housing project in Whistler.

Remembering the 3R’s

The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District has proclaimed Oct. 20-26 as Waste Reduction Week.

The week is intended to raise public consciousness about the environmental and social consequences of waste. It’s designed to get people thinking about different ways to reduce their waste.

The week first began in Canada two years ago and since then it has been gaining in popularity. Local and regional governments, businesses and non-profits are all getting involved in activities during the Waste Reduction Week to showcase opportunities for reducing waste and conserving our resources.

It would be a good time for everyone to review the 3Rs – reduce, reuse and recycle.

In recognition of Waste Reduction Week the SLRD will promote ways we can all be less wasteful with our community resources.


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