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A Celebration of Self

Self-care is a struggle for many of us. We focus so much on getting through school, achieving our career goals, and having (and then looking after) our families, only squeezing in time for ourselves to exercise, travel, socialize, etc. almost as an after thought. We owe this work ethic to the culture around us, sacrificing ourselves for those around us as if it makes us more successful, but the reality is that we do better, and we are better, if we look after ourselves first.

Posted by Dr. Taina Turcasso on Dec 19, 2016 in Health

January Events

Doesn’t it seem like there is always something going on in Fernie? Well, that’s because there is! Sarah helps you focus on how to best train for specific local events to ensure you are ready… starting right now.

Posted by Sarah Ingram on Dec 18, 2016 in Health

Bright Future

It’s December, and I hope you’re watching the snow falling outside. Your eyes drift often to the ski hill as you wonder how it is up there. Or maybe you don’t like the snow, but you’re happy to be cozy and warm in this moment. If it’s close to Christmas you might be up at the hill, enjoying a vacation with friends or family. 

Posted by Shelby Cain on Dec 17, 2016 in Community

Your Greatest Asset

So, what is the best way to keep your staff happy, engaged, and most importantly, working for you? Buckingham and Coffman established 12 key questions to employee engagement. 

Posted by Patty Vadnais on Dec 17, 2016 in Business

Celebrating Nordic Skiing

Winter trails have blossomed out of the imaginative, energetic efforts of a dedicated volunteer collective. Nordic skiing opportunities have grown from a scrubby track set loop on the Fernie dyke, into many well-maintained, groomed trails. The Nordic scene is taking Fernie by storm!

Posted by Terry Nelson on Dec 15, 2016 in Outdoors

Wine O’Clock

Attending a wine festival in the Okanagon with local Northern Bar & Stage manager, Jesse learns there is an art to wine, but it isn't just for the connoisseurs.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Dec 13, 2016 in Outdoors

Leon Verstraeten

Having spent the previous winter in Haida Gwaii on the West Coast, he was very eager to venture into the mountains after friends had got into his ear about Fernie.

Posted by James Peeters on Dec 11, 2016 in Community

December 2016 New Business

Legging specialists, JK Apparel and Project Heli showcases how the everyday life for Grace Brulotte is anything but normal. 

Posted by Fix on Dec 10, 2016 in Business

Indulge Yourself at Island Lake Lodge's Spa

Life is busy and full of sensory overload - you deserve some time in the day spa and lunch in the scenic restaurant at Island Lake Lodge. Take a snowcat up through the winter wonderland and explore this beautiful spa at the foot of the Lizard Range in the Rocky Mountains. 

Posted by Fix on Dec 09, 2016 in Business

Resort Tours

Resort Tours’ tagline “We help get you here” could very well be “We help get you here and there and there and there.” Transporting people from point A to point B is only a fraction of what founder, Tod Caton has to offer.

Posted by Fix on Dec 08, 2016 in Business

The Holiday Hustle

A Holiday Survival Guide to keep you on track, plus delicious gingerbread granola recipe.

Posted by Krissi Hyland on Dec 07, 2016 in Health

Jeri Mitchell and Rhoda Deluca

Run by this power team, the Snow Valley Christmas Random Acts of Kindness helps families through a rough time, 

Posted by admin on Dec 06, 2016 in Community

Fernie Brewing Company's Snowblind Belgian IPA

With opening day of the ski hill this past weekend, fresh snow on the ground, and more of the white stuff in the forecast, it's the perfect time for Fernie Brewing Company to launch their second IPA in their IPA Bucket List series.

Posted by Fix on Dec 04, 2016 in Business

December 2016 Astrology

As we celebrate the end of this rich year, December uses this pause in time that happens when we all cheerfully rejoice in the spirit of Christmas, to work on our consciousness. 

Posted by Yann Loranger on Dec 04, 2016 in Community

Get a Lift From Turboprop

As an instrumental band, Turboprop's pieces are named with specificity. But what comes first? The music or the name?

Posted by Carolyn Nikodym on Dec 01, 2016 in Art & Entertainment

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