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April 2017 Editor's Fix

Sharing memories of the first time our Editor thought about the impact we as huamns have on this earth as her family drove through the Red Wood Forest.

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Apr 05, 2017 in Community

Anita Braconnier

With her interest in photography beginning at a young age, this photographer finds it very gratifying when a viewer can connect with one of her images.

Posted by admin on Apr 03, 2017 in Art & Entertainment

Fernie Brewing Company's Expansion Plans

After a busy winter and summer fast approaching, there are some expansion plans in the works for the Fernie Brewing Company. 

Posted by Fix on Apr 01, 2017 in Business

No Musical Influence Wasted

Sultans of String take influences from around world, maybe a little bit of Gypsy-jazz guitar with some Arabic folk. Add a funky bass line and some Cuban percussion, and you’ll have the pieces to make a beautiful mosaic of sound. 

Posted by Carolyn Nikodym on Mar 29, 2017 in Art & Entertainment

Food for the Masses

Regardless of your cultural background, preparing food and sharing meals is a tradition we all have in common with one another. But food is much more than nourishment; it is the gesture through which we communicate sentiments, express our creativity and create memories. And it is the sharing of food with others that keeps us connected.

Posted by Tanya Malcolm on Mar 28, 2017 in Community

Raise a Glass to Spring!

Whilst news from the coast is that spring has long since arrived, local Fernie residents are surprised what each day will bring - sunshine and blue skies, torrential rain, or a few more face shots at the ski hill. Either way, spring is officially here, and as such, Fernie Brewing Co. has a plethora of returning and new seasonal brews over the next few weeks, to brighten up even the greyest of off-season skies.

Posted by Fix on Mar 25, 2017 in Business

Conquering Your Fears

A working mother with three children, knew she'd always felt that triathlon was a sport she'd like to try, except one thing kept getting in the way. She was a horrible swimmer.

Posted by Eden MacGregor on Mar 25, 2017 in Outdoors

Not in My Locker Room

Amazing women fill his life and with advancements like maternity rights and voting rights, it's easy to think our society has come a long way on women’s rights. 

Posted by Adam K. MacDonald on Mar 24, 2017 in Community

Bitcoins Part Two

Last month Kevin covered off some of the technical details of what bitcoins are and how they’re kept secure. This month he shares how to buy and sell bitcoins and how to make a purchase.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Mar 23, 2017 in Community

Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay

Feminism is still a loaded word in our culture. It is often used as an insult or in place of calling someone a “man hater.” In Roxane Gay's new book of essays, help to ease those tensions and start to accept them as a beautiful part of being a feminist.

Posted by Lauren Fox on Mar 22, 2017 in Art & Entertainment

Katie’s Key Nutrients

Women have special dietary needs, and their bodies require specific nutrients to function optimally. Katie’s story resonates with many ladies who strive to eat a healthy diet, however their busy lifestyles may create barriers. Let’s look into a few particular nutrients for women to focus on.

Posted by Tiffany Schebesch on Mar 21, 2017 in Health

Finding Your Tribe

We need to change our dialogue, starting with the dialogue we have with ourselves. Talk to the women in your life about what is happening for them, particularly the new mothers. Talk to your daughters and nieces and don’t let another generation grow up without the benefit of a tribe of women holding them up.

Posted by Dr. Taina Turcasso on Mar 20, 2017 in Health

Good For Me

An article dedicated to all the women in Micah's life. The ones that give her balance, support, and motivation to work hard and do things that make me happy.

Posted by Micah Morris on Mar 19, 2017 in Community

Zuzana Simpson and Linda Socher

Fernie famous, and both so friendly and welcoming, Linda and Zuzana have become close through running the local Ski Base.

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Mar 18, 2017 in Community

Diversity Performs

Relating to the ongoing, unrecognized bias that business managers or owners are male.

Posted by Patty Vadnais on Mar 17, 2017 in Business

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