shopping

Whether visiting or living here, you need a good source of energy to keep up with your recreational pursuits. Fortunately, there is a plethora of shopping opportunities available to help keep the fridge stocked!

Gold: 
Save On Foods
Silver: 
Kevin’s Independent Grocer
Bronze: 
Cottonwood Tree

With so many renovations and home building projects going on in and around Fernie, it's not surprising that we have some great options!

Gold: 
Green Petal
Silver: 
Interior Envy
Bronze: 
Canadian Tire

Most days in Fernie, you need something comfortable, built for the current weather, that is also fashionable - we call it mountain casual!

Gold: 
Edge of the World
Silver: 
Freyja
Bronze: 
Ghostrider Trading

The Fernie has turned into a great shopping destination, with unique stores offering something for everyone. From mountain casual to an evening out, here are 2020's top three fashion hot spots.

Gold: 
Coal Town Goods
Silver: 
Arts Co-op
Bronze: 
Freyja

Yes, you can find everything you need for the kids in your life in Fernie! With a growing little person population, and plenty of little people visitors, the shopping sector has really stepped up. Here are your top picks for 2020.

Gold: 
Grow
Silver: 
Polar Peek Books and Treasures
Bronze: 
The Green Petal

Fernie has turned into a great shopping destination, with unique stores offering something for everyone. From mountain casual to an evening out, here are 2020's top three fashion hot spots.

Gold: 
Freyja
Silver: 
Ghostrider Trading
Bronze: 
No3

You always need great gear when exploring the backcountry, especially during the cold, wet winter months. Here's Fernie's 2020 picks for the best places to get your winter gear.

Gold: 
Gear Hub
Silver: 
Edge of the World
Bronze: 
Ski Base

The retail sector in Fernie is nothing short of amazing - you can literally find everything you need right here in this little town! Here are your picks for summer gear.

Gold: 
Gear Hub
Silver: 
Straightline
Bronze: 
Edge of the World

For young people, holidays can be all about getting. Their mantra might be ‘presents, and more presents, please!’ Today we can reflect on the work we do in our families and remember the aim is to guide our teenagers to adulthood. Would you like to engage in a little thoughtful consideration about the holiday season? Respond to the questions below and get others in your home to play along.  

This year we will celebrate the holidays as we creep up on the one-year anniversary of the first time we heard the words novel corona virus and our world still feels strange and unfamiliar. Some of 
the differences are very subtle, but most of us feel ‘off ’ in this new space. We are surviving, but not many of us are thriving.