Business

New year, new you – right? This is the time of year you should really take a moment to reflect on your own social media presence.

The Old Elevator Chinese Restaurant and McKenzie Jespersen Photography are now open for business in Fernie.

Calling all GROMS…

Do you like cool prizes? Check. Do you like colouring contest bragging rights? Check. Do you want an EPIC resume addition (EOW colouring contest 2019 champion)? Check. 

Most of us avoid thinking about our income tax return until it is time to file it. We are taxed on the calendar year so here are some suggestions that may reduce your 2018 income tax expense.

If your family is anything like mine things get nostalgic during the holidays. How can you use these memories to tell your story? These steps can kick-start your 2019 social media content strategy.

This December, enjoy Joey Kosolofski’s first solo show, Searching For a Ground at The Arts Station

The Fernie A.F. Pop-Up Studio is offering shoppers an additional option this holiday season and Beyond Bookkeeping helps small business owners. 

AFRoS
AFRoS, l’Association Francophone des Rocheuses du Sud (your local francophone association) is coming back this year with free French classes for adults every Monday at the CBAL office, behind the town hall. Feel free to sign up even if you don’t speak French. Also, the Tiguidous (for 0-4years old) and the Club Baguette Junior (8-12 years old) are back, same place, same day (each Monday, at the CBAL), to practice French from the earliest days, with games, stories, and songs. Come learn French while having fun!

Phil Gadd is now a licensed Realtor at Royal LePage East Kootenay Realty and Return to Health Physiotherapy opens it’s doors.