Eye of the Needle
260 5th Street
Eye of the Needle is a new artisan gallery and studio in downtown Fernie operated by mother and daughter duo Sandra and Florence Barrett.
Feeling the need to go back to school can happen for a lot of different reasons from a new understanding of who you are, to workplace pressure, injury, or financial demand.
Small business in BC is big… according to the numbers it equates to ninety-eight per cent of all businesses and forty-five per cent of all employment, in the province.
When parents separate, a very difficult issue that sometime arises is when one parent wishes to move to another community with the child or children of the relationship.
Have you ever had job envy? Did you think: I wish I had that job or I wish I could work there!
Hopefully by the time this edition of the Fernie Fix hits the stands, this article will be less timely than it is at writing; namely, the kids will be back at school.
I have recently been asked the question of how the police are permitted to stop us randomly in our motor vehicles, particularly in the case of roadside blocks. The police can, and should, be permitted to stop us for random motor vehicle checks and this article will explain why.
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees all citizens the right not to be arbitrarily detained and to be free from unreasonable searches and seizure. Random stops and roadside blocks are by definition arbitrary, so a logical question is why don’t they violate our rights?