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Provincial funding aims to increase low-income transit programs

Provincial funding aims to increase low-income transit programs

“Transit is essential for many purposes, including commuting to work, attending medical appointments, picking up groceries or travelling for recreational activities. It needs to be accessible for all, frequent, reliable and, of course, affordable.”
Stoney Nakoda RCMP search for missing female

Stoney Nakoda RCMP search for missing female

According to police, Kyleen Annette Hunter, 16, was last seen at a residence in Morley (Mînî Thnî) approximately one week ago and has not been heard from since Jan. 25.
Sexual violence in Alberta reaches crisis point

Sexual violence in Alberta reaches crisis point

“There’s a crisis of sexual violence across the province,” said Reave MacLeod, director of advocacy and community programs at YWCA Banff.
Cougar Coexistence Project pitches trail cameras to MD of Bighorn

Cougar Coexistence Project pitches trail cameras to MD of Bighorn

“Through our conversations already, we know that cougars don’t know our human boundaries. We feel like the next natural step is to partner with the MD of Bighorn so we can have access to more community members, install more trail cameras and make a bigger impact in this project.”

COMMENTARY: Blame the rider, not the e-bike

COMMENTARY: Vehicle congestion is a problem, but you can’t simply remove cars from the roads and expect the people in them to disappear. They still need to commute, run errands, and recreate.
PHOTOS: OLS Avalanche, Banff Bears face-off on the court

PHOTOS: OLS Avalanche, Banff Bears face-off on the court

EDITORIAL: Change difficult, hard but necessary

EDITORIAL: Change difficult, hard but necessary

Change can be both hard and difficult.
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
Pauw Foundation donation makes CRPS a trailblazer

Pauw Foundation donation makes CRPS a trailblazer

“The donation will also afford all students to access the Outdoor Learning Centre program. Part of the donation, $325,000, goes to the Outdoor Learning Centre to use to engage our grade 9 students in locally-developed courses such as winter travel 15, wilderness first aid and water experience 15.”
Century-old Bow Valley newspaper shifts to digital-only format

Century-old Bow Valley newspaper shifts to digital-only format

In a move that reflects the changing landscape of the media industry, the Bow Valley Crag & Canyon announced last week that it will be transitioning to a digital-only format.