May 2017 New Business

Hourglass Window Cleaning
Beginning this Spring, Hourglass Window Cleaning will be offering full window cleaning services to Fernie and the Elk Valley.  Whether it be residential, commercial or post construction cleaning, seasonal or monthly touch-up services, Hourglass will meet your needs at competitive prices.  Hourglass Window Cleaning provides quality, friendly service and thrives to exceed each of their client’s expectations. 

Matt Lewis and Georgina Ewing have worked as residential and high rise window cleaners in both Calgary and Vancouver, tackling some of the tallest buildings each city had to offer.  Both certified rope access technicians, the duo are no strangers to working at heights to ensure their customer’s satisfaction.  Although Fernie doesn’t have the tallest buildings in the world, they understand that the view is equally as important. 

You can check out their website at or give them a call today for your free quote at 250-430-7598

Singing Therapy
Sonia Roy is a trained professional singer who's been living in Fernie for over 15 years. She has directed various projects in the community including community choirs and theatre productions and has performed in different venues around town. Sonia Roy's love of music extends from public teaching to private coaching of various instruments; still her passion shines brightest when teaching singing.  

Evolving from extensive life experience and musical endeavours, Sonia has created Singing Therapy. Singing Therapy offers students the opportunity to heal themselves, physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually while finding their authentic voice.  Sonia Roy’s unique method, “Embodying the Singer,” takes students deeper into themselves, encompassing singing as an integral part of the human experience. By inviting students to collaborate on their own training program “Embodying the Singer” offers custom programs and personal empowerment. This spring Sonia will be leading an introductory workshop series at Infinitea and offering private Singing Therapy programs.

To learn more contact Sonia at

Goliath Tech Kootenay

Sometimes called helical piles, because of their helix shape, screw piles are installed deep beneath the ground freezing level, and provide solid support for the structure built on top. They have been used in construction since the mid 19th century, but only recently has the industry fully embraced this technology for use in landscape and building projects.

Screw piles have revolutionized how builders, contractors and landscapers are constructing foundations for
commercial and residential structures. From large buildings to house additions, decks, fences, sheds, and anywhere traditional concrete piles would have been used to support the structure. Screw piles are a stronger, more economical and durable choice, are installed easily and quickly using a lightweight hydraulic driving tool, and can be built upon immediately. Made in Canada with galvanized 60ksi Canadian steel and filled with polyurethane, Goliath Tech is proud to offer the best screw piles on the market. Email for further information.