City of Fernie

Member of the Fernie Lions Club, Chuck was instrumental in presenting a proposal at the Committee of the Whole meeting for an outdoor rink.

Hightlights include Discretionary Grants, Bylaws and the Station Square Public Art Project.

More than ever before, it is easy to rent a spare room to a complete stranger for their week-long vacation or to rent your entire house while vacationing in Mexico. However, prior to posting that listing you should be aware of a few things. 

Both visitors and locals will see a new local ski shuttle bus on the roads for this coming ski season thanks to a partnership between the City of Fernie, Tourism Fernie, the Fernie Chamber of Commerce and Resorts of the Canadian Rockies.

The City held its fourth Press Conference at Red Tree Lodge including comments from Fire Chief Ted Ruiter, Fernie Mayor Mary Giuliano, Karen Smith-Myles, sister to the City of Fernie's Director of Leisure Services who we lost on the 17th, and Cheryl McDougall, a member of the provincial Disaster Social Services team in Fernie offering their support to our community. 

Event Date: 
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Time: 
4:00pm - 7:00pm

Celebrate the holiday season when Fernie 'Lights up the Night' at the historic Fernie Court House. 

​A free family event - all are welcome! Featuring the lighting up of the Court House, free BBQ, outdoor skating (weather permitting), Fernie Ghostriders Pep Rally, and more!

Picture credit: Notes On A Boarding Pass

 

 

FERNIE, BC – 7:30pm October 17, 2017 -  Emergency crews remain on scene responding to an ammonia leak at Fernie Memorial Arena.

The site has been secured, however crews are still unable to safely enter the facility.

At this time, three fatalities have been confirmed. No further details are available pending identification and notification of next of kin.

The latest staff reports, bylaws and reports of the committees in this edition of the Council Connection.

Lately I’ve been musing on the term “public servant” and the concept of humility overall.

As politicians, we are seen cutting ribbons, making speeches and presenting awards—performing the function of “dignitaries.” It is important for all of us to remember that elected officials' primary function is to serve the community. It seems like an ironic contrast, to be both dignitaries and servants, a contrast that may create internal conflict.