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Man charged $500 for entering closed area at Johnston Canyon

Man charged $500 for entering closed area at Johnston Canyon

Matthew Clarke was hiking with a group, including two children, on May 20 when he went into an area at Johnston Canyon that has been closed by Parks Canada to protect the nesting grounds of endangered black swifts
Banff cannabis store to nearly double in size

Banff cannabis store to nearly double in size

The store will expand from 71.2 square metres to 137.8 square metres and take over the space that was formerly used by Bow Valley College in Banff
Twin Falls Chalet back in operation, but not for long

Twin Falls Chalet back in operation, but not for long

Following the 2019 season, Twin Falls Chalet will be closed to provide enough time for Parks Canada to complete repairs and manage a competitive process to operate the historic chalet
Series of power outages planned between Banff and Lake Louise

Series of power outages planned between Banff and Lake Louise

BANFF – Residents and businesses west of Banff can expect four power outages from now until the end of September, as Altalink rebuilds its existing transmission line.
Banff RCMP seek resort break and enter suspect

Banff RCMP seek resort break and enter suspect

BANFF – A man claiming to be a resort employee is wanted by Banff RCMP after several break and enter incidents at resorts on Tunnel Mountain.
129 tickets issued from Banff RCMP last month

129 tickets issued from Banff RCMP last month

BANFF – Banff RCMP netted 129 tickets last month in what officials are calling a "pro-active traffic" enforcement month.
Charge laid against illegal camper

Charge laid against illegal camper

BANFF – A charge has been laid against a man accused of setting up an illegal campsite in Banff National Park that led to a black bear raiding his food.
Banff invests in more solar power

Banff invests in more solar power

BANFF – The Town of Banff is hoping to put solar panels on the roof of the waste transfer building.
Banff considers new municipal historic resource on Beaver Street

Banff considers new municipal historic resource on Beaver Street

BANFF – The McKenzie Residence at 202 Beaver St. in Banff may not be the oldest home on the block, but soon it will be the newest municipal historic resource.
Bison babies born wild in Banff National Park

Bison babies born wild in Banff National Park

BANFF – At least two new bison babies are roaming the backcountry of Banff National Park. Parks Canada spotted the first one with the herd in the Clearwater River Valley on June 18 and the second about a week later.