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Holiday Immune Boosting

December is such an action-packed month, whether you are celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, Winter Solstice, or none of the above. It is so easy to get swept up in the energy of the season and before you know it, find yourself fighting off one virus after another and winding up spending your cherished holidays bundled up in bed instead of enjoying your family and friends. 

Posted by Dr. Taina Turcasso on Dec 18, 2019 in Health

The Art of Holiday Survival

As an artist, the holiday season is so vital to my survival that I want to have it all ready. For many artists, more than half of the revenue we generate comes from sales in November and December—driven by art markets and gift sales for the holiday season.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Dec 15, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Celebrating and Connecting with Your Teen

Holiday time is magical for many reasons, but the date on the calendar does not bring the magic. It’s the special way we feel that transforms annual rituals from mere activities into something deeply meaningful.

Posted by Kerri Wall on Dec 15, 2019 in Community

New Business December 2019

Kelty Pelechytik Fine Jewellery and LW Fitness are just two of Fernie's newest businesses. Check them out!

Posted by admin on Dec 15, 2019 in Business

Lazy Lizard Snowshoe & Mountain Shadows Loop

Enjoy your holiday season and head out on this family-friendly snowshoe on one of Fernie’s classic trails, or try the Mountain Shadows Loop in Sparwood.

Posted by admin on Dec 15, 2019 in Outdoors

The Season of Tabata

Some of us may be travelling near or far while others are staying put, opening their doors to friends and family. Whatever your plans, as the holidays unfold, everything that goes along with them tends to take precedence over our regular fitness routine.

Posted by Maddy Alaric on Dec 14, 2019 in Health

People Together

The first time I met my new cousin, Avery McCrady, was at my bridal shower. She was just a wee one back then, nestled gently in her mother’s arms, her eyes smiling. Although she wasn’t the only baby at the shower that day, this little one had me hypnotized.

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Dec 14, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Trust CEO Looks Ahead to 2020

Posted by admin on Dec 13, 2019 in Community

Elliott Brood is Back in Fernie, BC

Tonight is the night, folks. Elliott Brood is taking the stage at the Northern in downtown Fernie, BC and excitement is in the air.

Posted by admin on Dec 12, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

City Beds Working for the Community

The World Health Organization sees urban parks and gardens as a component to health and well-being and are a fundamental component of any well-designed urban space. 1Green spaces are natural intersections, where we come together with intention.

Posted by Ange Qualizza on Dec 12, 2019 in Community

Warming Huts and Hidden Trails

Winter is a trillion snowflakes and whispering trees on the crispest, quietest of nights. It’s steamy coffee against white-walled snowbanks, and January embers glowing against the cast iron of a wood stove in a log cabin deep in the woods.

Posted by Jesse Bell on Dec 11, 2019 in Outdoors

2020 RDEK Board Chair and Vice Chair Elected

The annual election of RDEK Chair and Vice Chair was held at the Regional District of East Kootenay this morning and Electoral Area C Director Rob Gay will continue on as Chair for 2020.

Posted by admin on Dec 11, 2019 in Community

Self-Compassion This Holiday Season

We have all seen the perfect Christmas in the movies. A flawlessly decorated home sets the scene with a perfectly adorned tree. The expectation of the perfect Christmas can leave us feeling lesser than or not quite enough.

Posted by Tyla Charbonneau on Dec 11, 2019 in Health

#Ferniestoke Ski Shuttle Returns

The #Ferniestoke Ski Shuttle service starts this Saturday December 14th!

Posted by admin on Dec 10, 2019 in Community