AGM 2022

The AMCS Annual General Meeting is soon approaching – Sunday, Dec.4th at AMFD at 115 Grizzly Rd.

Doors open at 1:30pm to register and pay your 2022 dues if you haven’t already done so.

Now that we are past the worst of the pandemic and social isolation, it is time to get back into connecting with each other and having some fun through community events and groups!

It is important that you bring your ideas and suggestions to the AGM so the Board can begin working on the priorities that you want to see.

2023 will prove to be a pivotal year of change and moving forward to what we are known for…neighbours connecting with neighbours. Whether it be helping each other or socializing, Anarchists are known for the warm and welcoming hospitality.

If you are not an AMCS member, you are invited to attend. Only those with a membership may vote, however. All residents are welcome to attend and learn more about the Society.

With so many new people on the Mountain, we hope to see everyone come out and engage. Let’s create a vision together while we mingle and enjoy refreshments!

Note: please go to the AGM 2022 tab for info on the AGM and Board. If you wish to have a copy of the agenda, please print one. Also, check out the questions that we need your input on…. fill it out and bring to the AGM or answer after the meeting.


black suv on snow covered road

Are you prepared for winter driving and what to do if you become stranded?

Rapid changes in elevation and weather can make highway conditions in B.C. unpredictable during the winter. Most B.C. highways have high mountain passes where you are likely to encounter winter weather starting in October. You may start a trip in sunshine but face stretches of slush, ice, heavy snowfall, compact snow or avalanches along the way.

It is the responsibility of the operator of any vehicle to understand the conditions on the roads they regularly drive and equip their vehicle for those conditions to ensure their own safety and the safety of others. DriveBC is an excellent source for highway conditions and weather forecasts.

The best way to stay safe under extreme conditions is to avoid driving until the weather improves. If you do drive, make sure your vehicle is winter ready, always carry an emergency kit and have clothing available that is appropriate for the weather.


Be Seen

It is difficult to see other vehicles during dark or foggy, wintry days.

  • Daytime running lights are dimmer than headlights.
  • Taillights do not turn on with your daytime running lights.
    • Make sure to turn your vehicle lights all the way on – headlights and taillights.
  • Taillights are an important part of being seen from behind, especially in winter when days are shorter and rain, fog and grey days are common.
  • The visual cue of the interior dash lights does not always mean your headlights and taillights are on.

Source: Government of BC

Be Prepared

There are many emergency preparedness kits, if you want one ready-to-go. Take advantage of Black Friday sales if you are looking for a kit or supplies to make up your own. Examples

Photo of the Week

Did you get a great shot of mountain scenery or a community event?

We would love to share it on the website, newsletter and possibly Facebook (with your photo credit).

All we ask is that the photo is your original work and that you have permissions from any people who are in a photo.

Let’s share a day in the life on Anarchist Mountain!

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Photo: Mike Tumchewics