Fernie Museum Reopens

On the surface, Fernie might seem like any mountain resort town: beautiful vistas, interesting shops, and a busy ski hill.

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Elk Rim Trail Opens

The trail is a 20 kilometer, 400 meters elevation gain/loss loop to the confluence of the Elk River and Kootenay and follows part of the historic Old Fort Steele Trail.

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The Fernie Arts Station Dream

Fernie’s Arts Station became more than a dream for a handful of art enthusiasts when Canadian Pacific Railway donated land and the old CPR building to the City of Fernie for use as a community arts centre.

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This Never Happened

The documentary exposes the WWI Canadian internment camps that interred thousands of Ukrainians across Canada from 1914-1920. One such camp was in Fernie BC from 1915-1918

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“Fernie at War” book won Community History Award

The Fernie at War book won the Community History Award at British Columbia Historical Federation Historical Writing Competition. The award celebrates books that make significant contributions to the historical literature of British Columbia.

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