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Bow Valley Chamber increases membership, eliminates office space

Bow Valley Chamber increases membership, eliminates office space

BOW VALLEY – The Bow Valley Chamber of Commerce is gearing up to be in great shape for 2019 with 88 new members and a healthy budget.
Banff's Cliff White honoured for work in conservation

Banff's Cliff White honoured for work in conservation

BANFF – In 1964, Cliff White lit his first fire as a nine-year-old kid. His father had some early insight into his interests during a criminal investigation of his son’s first prescribed burn.
Banff sets goals through environmental plan

Banff sets goals through environmental plan

BANFF – The Town of Banff is looking to a greener future.
Wolf pack alpha female killed on trap line

Wolf pack alpha female killed on trap line

BANFF – The breeding female of the Red Deer wolf pack was caught and killed in a snare on provincial lands – the second research wolf in Banff National Park to be killed in a trap line in as many months.
Banff’s destination marketing will continue focus on slower months

Banff’s destination marketing will continue focus on slower months

BANFF – Banff Lake Louise Tourism plans to continue its bid to bring more visitors to Banff National Park during the shoulder and winter seasons.
Mixed reactions to Sunshine ski area guidelines

Mixed reactions to Sunshine ski area guidelines

BANFF – Controversial new guidelines that pave the way for future development and use at Sunshine Village are drawing mixed reactions.
Parks creating fireguard on west side of Sulphur

Parks creating fireguard on west side of Sulphur

BANFF – The aging forest on the west side of Sulphur Mountain near Banff will be logged to help reduce the threat of wildfire to the community.
Banff funding wildlife education campaign in 2018

Banff funding wildlife education campaign in 2018

BANFF – Living near wildlife, rather than living with wildlife is the mantra of a new communications plan.
Bear Street redesign considers removing on-street parking

Bear Street redesign considers removing on-street parking

BANFF – Draft designs for a $6.4 million permanent redevelopment of the 200 block of Bear Street propose to eliminate parking in a bid to create a pedestrian-rich experience.
Banff examining regulations around accommodation in residential districts

Banff examining regulations around accommodation in residential districts

BANFF – The Town of Banff is taking a look at how it regulates commercial accommodation in residential neighbourhoods.