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.
A recent graduate of the Fashion Design Program, this artist and entrepreneur specializing in custom design, repairs and alterations.
Vitality Body & Mind's new classes, Fernie Fireplace changes it's name and two Fernie businesses welcome new employees to their team.
Fernie City Council is pleased to announce that Mr. Norm McInnis has been appointed the Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Fernie, effective November 1, 2016.
As you are setting out your fall work schedule and making plans to build your business, perhaps it is time to put a little continuing education into your own schedule. There are many opportunities in Fernie to expand your business knowledge.
Roof Top Coffee Roasters, Sterling Detailing and The Valley Social Company's new downtown location.
Summer has been awesome around the lodge, but September may be Island Lake's favourite month… The days are often still sunny and beautiful, while the nights are cooler, promoting a good night’s sleep.
As one season simply hints at its departure, the next fast arrives and Fernie Brewing Company fall brews are back. Seasonal returns, limited release brews and a new fresh hopped brew.
Avalanche City Roller Girls hosts drop-ins this fall, Essential Yoga Studio's 30-Day challenge and Fernie's most colorful event is back.
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.