The City of Fernie has been working hard to get their meetings in public and will reintroducing public input at […]
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Last year the BC government announced the single largest provincial ground search and rescue investment in B.C.’s history, along with […]
A bit of wind pushes the wet into corners, dry for weeks, and spreads the newly freshened air through the open windows and doors of the house.
Why take the chairlift if you’ve got an e-mountain bike! New this summer, Fernie Alpine Resort now allow uphill bike […]
Tackle pressing problems like affordable housing, town infrastructure upgrades, facility expansions, and the creation of a stable year-round workforce.
The key message has not changed: the basic principles of physical distancing, keeping our bubbles small, practicing good handwashing and considering the use of cloth face masks in areas where physical distancing is not possible will all help keep us and our loved ones safe.
Environment Canada has issued a heat warning as temperatures soar across the Kootenays, and are expected to peak in the mid to high 30s C and continue throughout the weekend.
90% or river fatalities are caused by entrapment and log jams are the leading hazard. Be safe on the river and don’t become a river statistic.
On the surface, Fernie might seem like any mountain resort town: beautiful vistas, interesting shops, and a busy ski hill.
With concerns about long-term water pollution, carbon emissions, bighorn sheep and other wildlife, the Ktunaxa Nation, US Kootenai Tribes, the US EPA and Montana have all already asked federal Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson to review the proposed mine.
The goats have returned, this has become one of Fernie’s unexpected popular events during a summer with a shortage of […]
Effective at 1 p.m. (Mountain) on Friday, July 24, both Category 2 and Category 3 fires will be prohibited throughout […]