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Playing cyber tag with nature

Playing cyber tag with nature

When we have more and more people in close access to our protected areas, whether Kananaskis or Banff or elsewhere – with good intent to home in on those locations – and if they’re not necessary experienced with interacting with wildlife it could lead to some unnecessary disturbance."
Human use management way of future for parks

Human use management way of future for parks

"When we start to see pressures then we need to act. It’s a case-by-case basis and it’s not going to get triggered at the same time at all places and the response is not going to be the same at all places."
Checkmate: Chess Night in Mînî Thnî invites all to wage war on the board

Checkmate: Chess Night in Mînî Thnî invites all to wage war on the board

“We didn’t have any Indigenous members in the Canmore or Banff clubs and that’s what motivated me to try to take this out to Mînî Thnî, because I know there’s talent in every community when it comes to chess."
Warm weather fueled busier October for Banff

Warm weather fueled busier October for Banff

“It was an awesome October for weather and folks chose to come to the mountains and take advantage of that."
Compliance high for Banff's new closed door bylaw

Compliance high for Banff's new closed door bylaw

“Compliance has been amazingly strong and I do want to give a big shout-out to the business community for being so diligent in keeping their doors closed,” said Michael Hay, manager of environment and sustainability for the Town of Banff.
PHOTOS: Winterstart takes off for a lap

PHOTOS: Winterstart takes off for a lap

PHOTOS: Winterstart takes off for a lap
Smyth inducted into Edmonton Oilers hall of fame

Smyth inducted into Edmonton Oilers hall of fame

“It brings chills to my spine right now as I talk about it. It was a very special start for my career.”
PHOTOS: Banff remembers

PHOTOS: Banff remembers

PHOTOS: Banff remembers
The Battle of Jutland Mountains

The Battle of Jutland Mountains

Nestled away from in the backcountry though, you will find several mountains that highlight and celebrate the First World War history of Canada and the British Empire. Among those mountains, are a series of peaks that honour the ships of the Battle of Jutland.
EDITORIAL: Remembrance an act unique to each person

EDITORIAL: Remembrance an act unique to each person

The act of remembrance can be a precarious one. It’s not a regimented guideline, but one that can be unique to each individual as everyone experiences and remembers the past through their own lens.