More and more businesses are adopting mindfulness strategies into their operations, companies like Google, General Mills, Intel, and Goldman Sachs. The research is showing this investment leads to an improvement in innovative thinking, to better communication skills, and to more appropriate reactions to stress.
“Go big or go home” was instilled in Rory Hinds as a young South Africa skateboarder. An ethos that he carries through into adulthood. As a Filmmaker, Rory saw small cameras on flying machines and jumped at the opportunity to get his expensive cinema camera in the air.
Fernie Brewing Co.’s “Cheers to Charity!” (CTC) program is breaking records like it’s Rio. With summer being peak beer consumption season, this popular charitable donation program has certainly raised the bar of late, creating quite the stir with some outstanding PR’s.
Island Lake's photo contest, Mine Films, Thunder Meadows Massage Therapy and Wildsight's Harvest & Feast.
The most successful people in the world have an incredible appetite for learning. They are always learning – whether reading books, researching reports, or experimenting.
Fernie's newest business, Ferniebnb can take care of all of the logistics of setting up and managing a rental property for you without any of the hassles, or can build a custom solution to provide only what you need.
Island Lake Lodge has set the standard for Mountain Cuisine - their dining rooms are simply a "must stop" when visiting Fernie.
2% Realty comes to the East Kootenay's, The Little Cabin Company's unique cabins and fundraising with the Fernie Syrian Refugee Family Sponsorship.
There is a growing amount of evidence that diverse teams do better. They perform better financially, attract better talent, experience less employee turnover, and offer greater benefits to those they serve.
The Fernie Forest Preschool, Shelby Cain's upcoming novel release at the Fernie Heritage Library, it's membership renewal time with the Fernie Mountain Bike Club and Fernie Women on Wheels is back.
Little Me Playcare opens, the Elk Valley Homesteading is looking for owners with fruit trees, DekAutos and the The Eirin Amundsen Memorial Pavilion Committee plans to construct a pavilion.