It’s happened slowly, like erosion or global warming or the growth of a beard. You might not even notice how out-of-control it’s actually gotten. Until you start asking people you’re having a conversation with to text you what they just told you.
Yann's reminds us that we all have a little bit of each sign within us, consider each of the following as addressing a specific part of yourself in this month's edition of Astrology.
Our Editor doesn't find time, she makes time. Because her soul yearns for it. The time to herself, deep into nature, far from all things busy and loud and demanding. Time to feel connected. To feel alive.
Have you ever wanted to live off the land, to be completely self-sustainable and conservative in life? Rebecca Vaughan and Jeremy Grassick have been working towards this for some time.
Adrenaline, the moment air is filling your lungs and you feel alive. Meet Erik Ahlfaenger, a 17-year-old adrenaline junky.
If you have heard about ML, but you don’t understand it and are worried that one day your self-driving car will be taking you to the unemployment office, then this column is for you.
Have you ever given yourself a version of this little pep talk? I hope so. Because if you have, it means you’ve tried something that scared the shit out of you. While people looked on. Adrenaline gushing through your veins.
How do you raise a brave daughter? Society seems quite willing to teach girls that boys should be brave, while girls should be timid.
Full of great ideas and passion for the trails, we were super curious as to how someone from Ireland got into mountain biking…particularly downhill, and also how ended up in Fernie.
Welcome to Summer in Fernie! Our Editor shares her hope that you enjoy a healthy dose of adrenaline this July!
Yann provides insight into your monthly astrology and reminds us that we have a little bit of each sign in us.
We turn on our taps and water comes out. This spring, students from the Elk Valley discovered through in-class sessions and hands-on action projects that saw them raising watershed awareness by painting hundreds of yellow fish on community storm drains and wrapping trees in the West Fernie Wetland.
Making headlines around the world, people are waking up to a scary looking screen, informing them that their files were encrypted and if they wanted them back they have to pay a ransom.