Check out all the wonderful things that are happening in January – from film fests to Freeski, and Nordic races to nightlife, there’s no end of entertainment to enjoy!
Perhaps this a wake-up call to hang out more with your own mom and dad.
It's been nearly a month since the opening of the amazing outdoor arena in Fernie, BC. Since then, the space adjacent to the Aquatic Centre has been a hub of activity, for all ages and levels.
Youth aged 14 to 18 from around the Columbia Basin are invited to apply to attend the Leadership Summit in Kimberley on May 4 to 6, 2018 where they will strengthen their abilities, learn about themselves and their communities, and have fun!
Member of the Fernie Lions Club, Chuck was instrumental in presenting a proposal at the Committee of the Whole meeting for an outdoor rink.
Children and families in the Columbia Basin will soon benefit from 100 new licensed child care spaces and new equipment and improvements in 41 facilities. This is thanks to over $1 million from Columbia Basin Trust’s new Child Care Capital Grants program.
Hightlights include Discretionary Grants, Bylaws and the Station Square Public Art Project.
An estrogen revolution the likes of which we haven’t seen since women were deemed worthy enough to vote.
With the New Year, our Editor feels the energy of change. We can no longer turn our heads and look the other way. We are not okay with: I’ll do it tomorrow.
Fernie Distillers, operated by husband and wife duo Andrew Hayden and Jillian Rutherford, have been working hard and are in the final stages of renovating their location on 1st Avenue in downtown Fernie, BC.
Fernie's ski shuttle will be offering extended evening service over New Years Eve. The ski shuttle is thanks to a partnership between the City of Fernie, Tourism Fernie, the Fernie Chamber of Commerce and Resorts of the Canadian Rockies.
After 64 articles and almost six years, Adam celebrates the people who've played big roles in his time with the Fernie Fix.
The team behind the Fernie Elf has been caught in the act on amateur video footage. Since the elf’s first appearance, the community and local constabulary have been bamboozled by the elf and think that the phenomenon could only be the work of the REAL SANTA CLAUS.
From young to old, people with diverse needs from around the Columbia Basin will benefit from 16 projects aimed at improving their social well-being.
People struggling to find an affordable place to live in the Columbia Basin region will have access to new affordable rental housing, thanks to a partnership announced today between the B.C. government and the Columbia Basin Trust.