community

Who has your back? When you’re in a tough spot, and life has thrown you into a dark place you never dreamed possible, who cares if you find your way out?

The City of Fernie announces the appointment of two senior management positions to support ongoing work in community development and asset management. 

A different look on decay for those coy to compost.

A busy mom with two kids, and running a business with her husband Jon, Nicole recognized a desire to give back to the community when her kids both started attending school.

Many restaurants in Fernie incorporate sustainable practices into their businesses to help reduce their environmental impact; small efforts that make a big difference to their business, the environment, and the community.

The City of Fernie has announced Startec Refrigeration Services Ltd. of Calgary has been selected as the successful bid to provide the new refrigeration plant for Fernie Memorial Arena.

Columbia Basin Trust is supporting 12 climate action projects through the first year of its three-year Climate Action Program with $540,000. This support will help several communities in the Columbia Basin adapt to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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.

(Columbia Basin) – 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. These projects are being supported by $822,406 from Columbia Basin Trust.

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.