September 2021 Business News

Christa Moffat Feng Shui + Astrology
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Always fascinated by energy and beauty, Christa is passionate about creating spaces that support her clients. Classical Feng Shui is the art and science of living in harmony with the cosmic forces of nature. People who live and work in spaces with good Feng Shui experience the benefits of more opportunities, positive mental well-being, increased energy, improved wealth and prosperity, strong positive relationships, and life in general flows more easily.

As a Certified Classical Feng Shui Consultant, Christa works with you to harness the positive energy of your environment in order to create what you desire in your home or workspace. Consultations are beneficial for primary residences, vacation homes, commercial spaces, new builds, renovations, and for buying and selling properties. Christa also offers consultations in energy and clutter clearing, decorating, design and colour work and is excited to offer full Chinese Astrology Birth Chart Readings.

For more information or to book a consultation visit christamoffat.com

Elk Valley Suicide Task Force
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The Elk Valley Suicide Task Force (EVSTF) is organizing an event at the Annex Park this September 10 for World Suicide Prevention Day. This event provides an opportunity to commemorate those lost to suicide, and to raise awareness for mental health support.

Beginning at 6pm, the evening includes speeches, music, a memorial walk around the dyke, and a mental health booth. For more information on this event, and to keep informed and engaged with the EVSTF, follow them on Facebook and Instagram @ Elk Valley Suicide Task Force

If you or anyone you know is in crisis and at risk of suicide, please call 911, go to your local emergency room, or call a crisis line: 1-800-426-8407 (adults) or 1-800-784-2433 (youth).  

Graffito Pizza
502A 8th Ave

Graffito Pizza has been a labour of love since day one. Starting with humble beginnings on the back deck of The Royal in October of last year. Guy Lee and Aileen Shipley looked to bring wood fired, Neapolitan style pizza to Fernie. Soft fluffy dough, a bright fresh tomato sauce, fior di latte mozzarella and carefully selected toppings. But would folks like it?  Does Fernie need more pizza? Yes! Which brings them to their new location - the front yard at Earth’s Own Naturals! Pre-orders recommended or they welcome you to stop on by.

Visit graffito-pizza.square.site to peruse their menu and make your order, and follow them on Facebook and Instagram @graffitopizza. 

H Squared Gallery
598 2nd Ave
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H Squared Gallery is excited to be hosting its first group show, Recalibrate, opening September 15. Inspired by the introduction of their newest potter, Topo Pots, the show reflects the changes we are experiencing in these unprecedented times and will feature several guest artists.

Janet Ng of Topo Pots is fascinated by topography - the study of place and landscapes - and uses it as inspiration to decorate her pottery.

Join H Squared on Wednesday September 15 from 7 to 9pm when Janet will be present to give a talk about her process and inspiration.

On Saturday September 18, Janet will be back at H Squared demonstrating surface decoration on clay from 11:30 to 3:30pm.

Momentum Massage Therapy
1101A 2nd Ave

Heather Lavers is pleased to announce she is now a BC Registered Massage Therapist. Heather (she/her) is launching Momentum Massage Therapy at Mountain Life Physiotherapy and Pilates in downtown Fernie this September 1. She has been a qualified massage services provider since 2001 and has practised in Fernie since 2011. Heather works with patients with many therapeutic and stress reduction needs, addressing chronic issues and recent injuries. She uses deep tissue work, myofascial release, active/passive movement and stretching to reach your treatment goals. Working through a treatment plan with you allows you to see the benefits of massage therapy. Her focus is on treating every patient with respect, honouring the uniqueness of each body and empowering you to be a part of your health journey. She looks forward to welcoming you into her safe and inclusive environment.

You can check her out at momentumrmt.ca. Online booking available.

North Coal
northcoal.ca

This Truth and Reconciliation Day, North Coal calls local businesses to uphold the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Corporate Call to Action #92.

#92. We call upon the corporate sector in Canada to adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) as a reconciliation framework and to apply its principles, norms, and standards to corporate policy and core operational activities involving Indigenous peoples and their lands and resources.

North Coal is working with the Ktunaxa Nation to integrate traditional knowledge and values into mine designs and plans. This involves commitment to meaningful engagement with Indigenous Peoples including the Ktunaxa Nation, Shuswap Indian Band, Treaty 7 First Nations and Metis.

The TRC was established to address the history and lasting impacts of the Canadian Indian Residential School system on Indigenous Peoples - 94 Calls to Action were released in 2015 and activities continue nationwide to further reconciliation.

Radish & Patch
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Radish & Patch is a new, online handmade clothing shop in Fernie. Using sustainable and organic hemp, cotton and linen BC-made fabrics, this clothing line focuses on adult-sized, all-gender patterns that feature comfort, durability and pockets. 

Radish & Patch is currently offering overalls, shortalls, and shorts with a line of pinafores and long-sleeve raglan shirts coming in September 2021. Each piece is sewed in the order that it is received with a timeline of three weeks from order to delivery date. 

Prices range from $60-$125. They welcome you to check them out on their social media pages or head straight to their online store and order forms - radish-patch.square.site/.

River’s Edge Development
Marilyn-brock.c21.ca/rivers-edge

River’s Edge is Fernie’s newest development of 18 townhomes in four buildings allowing you to enjoy all that Fernie has to offer right from your doorstep as it is just minutes from the ski hill and downtown shopping and restaurants.

Stroll along the river or hop on your mountain bike and explore the trails! All townhomes will have an open plan living room, kitchen with premium finishes and appliances.

The two large balconies front and back provide amazing mountain views, with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a garage with a flexible space for gear storage, or choose to have it developed into a finished space with another bathroom.

The full build out of Phase One is scheduled for November 2021. Visit Marilyn-brock.c21.ca/rivers-edge for more details.