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Revenue Agency Proposes Changes to Private Corporations

Finance Minister Bill Morneau released a consultation paper and related draft legislation proposing changes to taxation of private corporations. 

Posted by Gerald Price on Sep 23, 2017 in Business

Domain Control

Registering your own domain is a fairly straightforward process. Perhaps a little more complicated than buying an online fishing license, but not much more. However, a lot of people choose to have someone do it for them. This can lead to challenges down the road.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Sep 21, 2017 in Art and Entertainment

Brooke’s Lunchbox Battle

A mom of three school-aged children who works full time knows what a nutritious lunch might look like, but she isn’t sure how to make it affordable, timely and find options that actually get consumed by her picky eaters.

Posted by Tiffany Schebesch on Sep 20, 2017 in Health

Trust Strengthens Child Care in The Basin

The Columbia Basin Trust is launching a new $3.6-million program to help maintain and create new child care spaces in the Basin. There are 2,600 child care spaces in the Basin, yet there is demand for more spaces, more staff and more training for staff.

Posted by Fix on Sep 19, 2017 in Business

September 2017 Business News

Trillium Day Spa welcomes a new team member, the Fernie Ambassador Program returns, Sparrow for Hair's grand re-opening, private yoga with Heather Ivany and more.

Posted by Fix on Sep 19, 2017 in Business

Family Fitness Challenge

With the kids heading back to school and the schedules reappearing, it is also a great time for a family fitness challenge. 

Posted by Sarah Ingram on Sep 17, 2017 in Health

Invest in Your People

Win over and engage Millennials and you will win the war for employees. This generation is the largest growing segment of the workforce. Knowing how to engage them in their roles will help grow your business. 

Posted by Patty Vadnais on Sep 16, 2017 in Business

Mountain Biking with Guillaume Boutet Lesperance

September has always been a favourite month for mountain biking in Fernie. Cooler temperatures, the start of the autumn colours and a few less folks on the trails – just perfect. Long-time staff member Gui shares the excitement about the September Bonus Weekend.

Posted by Karen Pepper on Sep 15, 2017 in Outdoors

Learning to Paddle

If you’ve been thinking about learning how to canoe or kayak on the lake or river, but think it’s too expensive, a hassle or scary then September is the perfect time to jump in a boat, enjoy the mountains from the water, get some exercise and explore.

Posted by Gord Bunston on Sep 14, 2017 in Outdoors

Trail to Ale

As the summer comes to a close why not try something new to challenge yourself?

Posted by Fix on Sep 12, 2017 in Outdoors

September 2017 New Business

Fernie's newest business, Bela-tüs offers micropigmentation and paramedical services and a wide range of services.

Posted by Fix on Sep 10, 2017 in Business

Jerrold Jewsbury and Alan Day

Traveling alongside each other to various locations in the area, these inspectors for the Ministry of Energy and Mines in BC share their passion for mining.

Posted by Fix on Sep 08, 2017 in Community

Hazy Days

The hazy days of summer are on their way out. Damn, it was a good one, wasn’t it? As poetry and rock lyrics like to remind us, when the things we take for granted become out of reach, we realize how much they mean to us.

Posted by Shelby Cain on Sep 06, 2017 in Community

Community Hall - A Food Policy for Canada

Food matters. The decisions we make as individuals, as a community and as a country about food have a direct impact on our health, environment, economy, and communities. Working together, we can put more affordable, safe, healthy, food on tables across the country, while protecting the environment.

Posted by Fix on Sep 05, 2017 in Community

September 2017 Editor’s Fix

Growing up, we always discussed as a family what we wanted to do when we were older. 

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Sep 04, 2017 in Community

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