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April 2021 Business News

Evolution Fernie
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Posted by admin on Apr 14, 2021 in Business

Crafting a Greener Little Blue Dot

Humanity has played a significant role in changing the climate of our little blue dot. The past few decades have seen our time in the naughty corner increase, with Mother Nature (and David Attenborough, among others) scolding us to get our act together. We see her wrath in rising temperatures, thunderous storms, bushfires, floods, and extreme climates. She’s mad, and we did this. We need to do better. 

Posted by Jessica Bozoky on Apr 13, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Bold Leadership on Climate Change Starts Here

In Fernie, the women of the non-profit, Community Energy Association (CEA), believe that not only can small communities contribute to solutions, we can be leaders. This leadership-focused approach defines CEA’s work and has accelerated action on climate change in communities across western Canada. 
 

Posted by Jen Grebeldinger on Apr 13, 2021 in Community

Walk and Talk Therapy

The simple combination of walking outdoors while exploring important aspects of our lives intuitively just makes sense. When Tyla conducted her research and wrote a dissertation, she constantly had to defend her inquiry into taking therapy outside of the safety of four walls and a couch and into the great outdoors.

Posted by Tyla Charbonneau on Apr 10, 2021 in Health

Residents Urged to Use Caution When Spring Burning

With spring in the air, many people will be heading outside to do spring clean up around their homes and properties and the RDEK is urging residents doing any spring burning to use caution.

Posted by admin on Apr 08, 2021 in Outdoors

RDEK Sale of Fireworks Prohibited in Rural Areas Starting May 1

Starting in May, the sale of fireworks will be prohibited in the rural parts of the RDEK, one month later than originally proposed.

Posted by admin on Apr 08, 2021 in Community

Where the Wild Things Aren’t

As we start to collectively sway back into equilibrium, we should take a moment to note the things that we lost, and the things that we learned. How do we prevent our ecosystems from getting out of balance in the future? What are our keystone species? What have we done with our wolves?

Posted by Michael Hepher on Apr 08, 2021 in Art and Entertainment

Editor's Fix April 2021

Two years ago, during my first year on the board with the Columbia Basin Trust (CBT), we received a presentation on Climate Change Impacts and Implications. It was shocking and devastating and I 

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Apr 08, 2021 in Community

Enhancing Outdoor Community Spaces

Posted by admin on Apr 07, 2021 in Outdoors

The Elk Rim Trail

Spring is in the air and you are probably eager to hit the trails! April can be a tricky month for weather in Fernie. The roads are a good option this time of year in Fernie or the South Country area. You can find some great options around Baynes Lake, Jaffray, Newgate and Fort Steele.  

Posted by Julie Kelly on Apr 05, 2021 in Outdoors

Save Money and the Environment

Like individuals, businesses are increasingly turning to look at the impact of their operations on the environment. Being a sustainable company is no longer just about being financially sustainable, but also demonstrating corporate responsibility and leadership in becoming greener. There are simple things that a business can do to be more environmentally friendly without having to sacrifice your bottom line. Here are ten of them.

Posted by Brad Parsell on Apr 04, 2021 in Business

James Ouimet

My woodworking journey always starts with elevating the natural beauty of wood into distinctive, functional heirlooms for one’s home. I’m a stay at home dad and happy husband with a passion to create unique pieces out of beautiful, carefully selected wood. I honour the tradition of my grandfather, a French-Italian immigrant to Canada who skillfully and passionately carved his life and community out of wood.

Posted by admin on Apr 03, 2021 in Art and Entertainment