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Wedding Floral Dos and Dont’s

Posted by Katyln Corak on Jan 16, 2022 in Health

Let Them Eat Cake

Whether your wedding cake is at the top or bottom of your “to do” list, these tips from cake expert Amy Cardozo will help to ensure you have a cake that best represents you on your special day. 

Posted by Amy Cardozo on Jan 15, 2022 in Health

Van Colden

I grew up in Cape-Breton, Nova Scotia on a small island known as Isle Madame. There were no ski hills and I did not love the winters. But I did love art.

Posted by admin on Jan 13, 2022 in Art and Entertainment

New Funding to Install Electric Vehicle Chargers in the Kootenays

Community Energy Association (CEA) is pleased to announce the launch of several funding streams to support the installation of DC Fast Chargers (DCFC) and Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

Posted by admin on Jan 11, 2022 in Community

Science and Everday Life - Research

re·search
/ˈrēˌsərCH,rəˈsərCH/

noun
1. The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.

Posted by Fred Gietz on Jan 07, 2022 in Community

City of Fernie - Service Disruptions due to COVID-19/Staffing

The City of Fernie is experiencing significant challenges in supplies, staffing, and contractors directly related to COVID-19. Expect service disruptions in some areas.

Posted by admin on Jan 07, 2022 in Community

A Fresh Start

Posted by Brad Parsell on Jan 06, 2022 in Business

Abi Moore

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Dec 31, 2021 in Community

Improving Accessibility and Safety on The Trails

In the last year, community groups across the Basin undertook 25 new projects that rehabilitate, enhance or develop recreational trails.

Posted by admin on Dec 31, 2021 in Outdoors

Father David John

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Dec 16, 2021 in Community

RDEK Contributes Funding to Help Install Temporary Bridge and Restore Public Access to Recreational Area Following November Floods

The RDEK Board of Directors has approved $100,000 in funding through the Electoral Area A portion of the Elk Valley Mine Tax Sharing Funds to support the installation of a temporary bridge over Morrissey Creek and restore access to the Morrissey and Coal Creek Areas.

Posted by admin on Dec 16, 2021 in Community