The Fernie Pride Society is hosting a LGBTQ Lunch and Learn Workshop on Gender and Sexual Diversity for Tourism at Park Place Lodge from 12 noon until 4pm.
Wildfire can rapidly destroy homes, communities and lives. To brace against this danger - now becoming more of a risk than ever because of a hotter, drier climate - 20 communities are implementing 28 projects that will help them prevent or brace themselves against wildfire.
January was film festival month for Rebecca as she rejoined the committee of the Reel Canadian Film Festival and didn't miss a beat when it came to the action in Fernie.
I don’t know what happened. But you do. For you, the Olympics is over. I hope it was exhilarating and suspenseful.
The City of Fernie is continuing to work towards having Fernie Memorial Arena operational for the 2018/19 winter season.
Teenagers are still assembling a picture of the universe and they need our support. How can you be close with your teen who is building their independence? I will explain some options using a lens of equality to give examples.
Fernie is home to an impressive number of women making things happen in our community. From those with roles in local government and organizations to those who have created and operate businesses lining our downtown to those providing support through educational and medical positions. It is so refreshing and encouraging.
City Council discusses the Fuel Management Prescription Program, the Firesmart Grant Program and the Fernie Municipal Police Unit Agreement, as well as bylaws and the providing 50 family pool passes for the 2018 Bike to Work week.
Being without Internet and cable at home our Editor started noticing how different she felt. Fantastic. Confident. Happy doing what I’m doing, when I’m doing it. Being present.
For just over 40 years, the town of Fernie, BC comes to life the first weekend of March to celebrate the Griz - a local legend who shoots his musket into the sky to encourage the champagne powder this ski town is known for to fall in abundance.
In the hustle and bustle of our 21st-century, multitasking, 24-hour news cycle, multi-home/vehicle/job, blended family lifestyles, the constant prompting to simplify and slow down can be as stressful as the lives we lead.
Council hears presentations for paving of the Fernie Mountain Park Road, from the Fernie and District Arts Council, the Fernie and District Historical Society, Wildsafe BC and public hearings and discussions of bylaws.
Once upon a time you had a small child in your home. This child loved to be with you, missed you when you were gone, came running into your arms when you returned, and could play with you all day. Though lacking a wagging tail, your small child was basically a dog.