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City Welcomes Bryn Burditt to role of Chief Financial Officer

The City of Fernie is pleased to announce that Bryn Burditt has been appointed to the position of Chief Financial Officer. 

Posted by admin on Dec 15, 2020 in Community

Festive Social Connection

The holiday season also presents new challenges for us. This time last year many of us were holding open houses, going to shopping parties, and spending time with friends and family in preparation for the holidays.

Posted by Tyla Charbonneau on Dec 14, 2020 in Health

Wishing and Hoping

For young people, holidays can be all about getting. Their mantra might be ‘presents, and more presents, please!’ Today we can reflect on the work we do in our families and remember the aim is to guide our teenagers to adulthood. Would you like to engage in a little thoughtful consideration about the holiday season? Respond to the questions below and get others in your home to play along.  

Posted by Kerri Wall on Dec 14, 2020 in Community

The Gift of Breath

Just breathe. 
 

Posted by Kate Richardson on Dec 12, 2020 in Health

The Gift of Breath

Just breathe. 
 

Posted by Kate Richardson on Dec 12, 2020 in Health

The Changing Face of Snowmobiling

Ten months had passed since my snowmobile last saw daylight. But there I was, two hours back in the saddle weaving through a delicious technical treeline. Gluttonously feasting on a classic Fernie powder buffet. Stoked to be back at the table.

Posted by Nicole Matei on Dec 10, 2020 in Outdoors

Giving the Gift of Health

Posted by Dr. Taina Turcasso on Dec 10, 2020 in Health

Avalanche Canada Launches New Online Tutorial for Backcountry Beginners

Avalanche Canada is proud to introduce a new addition to its online education roster. Avy Savvy is aimed at new users of the winter backcountry and provides a solid introduction to avalanche safety.

Posted by admin on Dec 09, 2020 in Outdoors

No Place Like Home for Holiday Shopping

This year we will celebrate the holidays as we creep up on the one-year anniversary of the first time we heard the words novel corona virus and our world still feels strange and unfamiliar. Some of 
the differences are very subtle, but most of us feel ‘off ’ in this new space. We are surviving, but not many of us are thriving. 

Posted by Michael Hepher on Dec 09, 2020 in Art and Entertainment

December 2020 New Business

There’s a new liqueur to add to your après ski routine after those heavy powder days. 

Posted by admin on Dec 09, 2020 in Business

December 2020 Editor's Fix

It’s the middle of November, and my willingness to dive into the Christmas spirit has arrived earlier than ever. (Less the Elf on the Shelf. That can wait.) I’ve noticed I am not alone. 

Posted by Krista Turcasso on Dec 08, 2020 in Community

December 2020 Business News

Fernie Arts Co-op
572 2nd Ave
250-423-7044

Posted by admin on Dec 06, 2020 in Business

Team FBC Shares Some of Their Must Watch Movies

Fuel your winter stoke and get inspired by these must watch movie picks. Check it out here!

Posted by admin on Dec 04, 2020 in Business

December 2020 Astrology

Communication of the higher spheres rules this month: spirituality, philosophy, culture and learning. It is a jovial, optimistic and abundant time beginning the day after a total lunar eclipse with all planets (except Uranus) direct in the sky. “The Big 3” (Saturn, Pluto and Jupiter) are still travelling in the late degrees of Capricorn.
 

Posted by Ashley Kristina on Dec 04, 2020 in Art and Entertainment

Shop Local

One thing we have heard a lot of this year is the call to action to “shop local” or “support local.” It is a concept that has always been important to local downtown cores and small businesses. But the message has been dramatically amplified (including by the Fernie Chamber) as people increasingly turned to shopping online during the pandemic over shopping at local stores – as it was perceived to be safer. 

Posted by Brad Parsell on Dec 03, 2020 in Business