Key Advice and Services helps with writing and editing for your business, Mountain High Travel & Tours is now under new ownership and Outdoor Connections newest program for children aged three to five.
Do you know why you do what you do? Not what you do, but why you do it. Does your company know its why? Is it important for your company to know its why?
Fernie's newest restaurant, Himalayan Spice Bistro offers signature plates of southern Asia and Peak Nutrition Consulting announces the opening of Fernie’s only registered dietitian private practice
Backcountry Bookkeeping opens, D.I.Y or DIE Supply Co. continues to release eye-opening clothing, Essential Yoga's Aerial Yoga, Pickleball Fernie and Loaf shifts their focus to dining.
So, what is the best way to keep your staff happy, engaged, and most importantly, working for you? Buckingham and Coffman established 12 key questions to employee engagement.
Legging specialists, JK Apparel and Project Heli showcases how the everyday life for Grace Brulotte is anything but normal.
Life is busy and full of sensory overload - you deserve some time in the day spa and lunch in the scenic restaurant at Island Lake Lodge. Take a snowcat up through the winter wonderland and explore this beautiful spa at the foot of the Lizard Range in the Rocky Mountains.
Resort Tours’ tagline “We help get you here” could very well be “We help get you here and there and there and there.” Transporting people from point A to point B is only a fraction of what founder, Tod Caton has to offer.
With opening day of the ski hill this past weekend, fresh snow on the ground, and more of the white stuff in the forecast, it's the perfect time for Fernie Brewing Company to launch their second IPA in their IPA Bucket List series.
Range Property Management Ltd. is Fernie's newest licensed property management brokerage and the Elk Valley Festival of trees kicks off the holiday season.
75% of small business owners will be retiring over the next decade and succession planning deals with who will take over those businesses.
A-Signs and Kootenay Signs join forces, Bright Beginnings Preschool, The Bridge Bistro's extended breakfast on weekends, Fernie's Mow & Snow gets new owners, Play it Forward Sports Therapy introduces Fernie’s newest Certified Athletic Therapist and The Vogue Theatre and the Fernie Food bank team up.
In addition to the popular Lunch & Spa, Island Lake Lodge is now offering a chance to experience dinner in a spectacular winter wonderland.
Businesses experience the resistance to change too and Patty Vadnais of the Fernie Chamber of Commerce offers tools you can use to overcome organizational inertia. As with many tasks, it requires communication.
FBC is undoubtedly recognized locally, as a family owned and operated business and losing a pivotal member, Gord Demaniuk has brought forth the next generation to follow in his footsteps.