Business

Some of you may have noticed that your employer is with-holding more Canada Pension Plan (CPP) in 2019 than they did in 2018. This increase is the first of several steps to increase the CPP benefits receivable in the future. 

Who doesn’t love a good list? Whether it’s the top ten episodes of Seinfeld or the top things to do in Fernie, we have an insatiable appetite to create lists and rankings.

GearHub now operates a rentals-focused second location at the Fernie Stanford Hotel and Sue Burgman has joined the team at Wild Heart Therapies and Farmacy.

Is your business growing or succession planning? Columbia Basin Trust’s Career Internship Program may be able to help meet your resourcing needs. Applications are currently being accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

It’s a new year and optimism is in the air. Don’t let that optimistic air get knocked out of you by a bad boot. Remember the Boy Scout’s motto: “be prepared.”

Gerald Price agreed to be a founding director for the Elk Valley sub-region and the Board consists of a minimum of five directors with representation from each sub-region, to a maximum of twelve directors.

New year, new you – right? This is the time of year you should really take a moment to reflect on your own social media presence.

The Old Elevator Chinese Restaurant and McKenzie Jespersen Photography are now open for business in Fernie.

If your family is anything like mine things get nostalgic during the holidays. How can you use these memories to tell your story? These steps can kick-start your 2019 social media content strategy.