We have done our blue budget process so far this year several times with school-age children, and if that is any indication of the future, I can assure you on our horizon is a group of kids that understand sustainable decisions.
First Nations in the Columbia Basin have developed new and improved affordable housing options in their communities with $2.9 million in support from Columbia Basin Trust to develop 43 new affordable housing units and undertake energy retrofits and repairs on 88 existing units.
The Fernie Chamber of Commerce is hosting a community information session called Staffing for Businesses at the Fernie Curling Club. This free event is designed to help with the staffing issues faced by many of our local businesses and to facilitate open discussions on solving this issue.
If I give you money will you give me the feeling that you have my back? Could we exchange some cash to solidify our relationship? How much does it cost to get a sense of belonging?
The Fernie Fire Rescue is once again leading an educational fire safety initiative for local students. Dedicated to helping young people get the information they need to prevent fire-related injuries and fatalities, this is the 14th time the organization has brought an award-winning safety resource to area youth.
Fernie Seniors Centre at 5pm
Public Hearing for Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 2231 and Zoning Bylaw No. 1750 Amendments for landuse designation for proposed affordable housing project.
The RDEK has just released a second survey as part of its Solid Waste Management Plan Review, and is now encouraging the public to participate.
Mr. Norm McInnis has given notice that he is resigning from his position as Chief Administrative Officer with the City of Fernie effective June 28, 2019.
It is a good time to be a woman in politics right now, there are some fierce women finding their pace and authenticity in an environment that quite frankly can be brutally toxic.
The Columbia Basin’s many remote recreation sites and trails are beautiful and worthy destinations. This summer up to 15 students will be hired to help improve various backcountry sites over the summer, supported by $1.5 million over three to five years from the Trust.