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Effective at noon on Friday, September 22 campfires will once again be allowed throughout the Elk Valley and Southeast Fire Centre.
The second annual Carve for a Cause event will once again be raising money for Elk Valley Hospice and one... Read more »
The Backcountry ban for the Rocky Mountain Forest District has been amended. This means Fernie is open for biking and hiking!
An Evacuation Alert has been issued by the District of Elkford, the District of Sparwood and the Regional District of... Read more »
The fires are feeling close to Fernie with the valley being filled with smoke. The Air Quality Advisory remains in... Read more »
The Trust helps non-profit organizations build capacity, become more sustainable and become more efficient through its Non-profit Advisors program. Non-profits can have their organizations assessed for free
In the interest of public safety, effective at noon Pacific Time on Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, all Crown land within the Rocky Mountain Natural Resource District is closed to public access.
Fernie's Mountain Lakes Trail was officially renamed Heiko’s Trail this August to celebrate the life of one of Fernie’s renowned residents, Heiko Socher.
It's time for the City to update policy that supports our quickly evolving cycling community.
Columbia Basin Trust delivers $39 million in programs and services last year
WildSafeBC recommends certified communal bear resistant dumpsters rather than curb side collection for developments and businesses on the outside perimeter in prime wildlife habitat.
Lightening stuck the Lizard Range in Big Steep Mother Bowl just before 7PM and fortunately the fire was quickly extinguished due to several factors.
Columbia Basin Trust provides $900,000 this year through its new Energy Retrofit Program
All on-highway vehicles must remain on defined road surfaces–this effective eliminates crown land camping
There were three cougar sightings at Island Lake Lodge on Thursday, August 3rd. All trails are open at this time.
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Help Highline 100 continue to change lives and make a difference.
A dangerous Log Jam on the Elk River is creating a hazard that could create fatalities. Earlier this week a... Read more »
Fernie was selected by writer Jennifer Cuellar as the the best small town in BC in an article for Expedia.
The new public washrooms in Station Square have been on agendas for at least a decade and have finally been constructed.