Peak Design House is Fernie's latest modern interior design company focusing on quality, full-scale transformations and the Ramp Up intiative helps to create a downtown with no limitations.
Big Bang goes disposable cup-free, the Kootenay Baby and Toddler Expo, Save On Foods joins the Fernie Food Share program, meet the new owners of the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and more.
New for 2019 is the Employer Health Tax. This new payroll tax replaces the Medical Service Plan that is currently in place. The monthly Medical Services Plan payments continue to be charged throughout 2019 but are eliminated January 1, 2020.
Cat Chartrand, certified pastry chef is currently offering her services to the Elk Valley community and New Roots Hair Co. opens its doors.
Born to Adventure
Mini Adventures. Mighty Adventures. They all deserve to be remembered!
Some of you may have noticed that your employer is with-holding more Canada Pension Plan (CPP) in 2019 than they did in 2018. This increase is the first of several steps to increase the CPP benefits receivable in the future.
Who doesn’t love a good list? Whether it’s the top ten episodes of Seinfeld or the top things to do in Fernie, we have an insatiable appetite to create lists and rankings.
The Arts Station's Wednesday Concerts Series are set to return this summer and the Christ Church Anglican hosts a a veteran touring duo, for a fundraising music concert.
You’ve set up your social media, cleaned up your website, and are sticking to your communications strategy and plan. You have laid your foundation – so now what?
Last month Gerald wrote about investing and the thrill experienced from receiving money that you did not work for. This article is even better. How you can get money from the Government or at least keep some of your money from going to the Government.
GearHub now operates a rentals-focused second location at the Fernie Stanford Hotel and Sue Burgman has joined the team at Wild Heart Therapies and Farmacy.
Gerald Price agreed to be a founding director for the Elk Valley sub-region and the Board consists of a minimum of five directors with representation from each sub-region, to a maximum of twelve directors.