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Survey finds 2,500 fruit trees in Canmore

Survey finds 2,500 fruit trees in Canmore

BOW VALLEY – More than 2,500 fruit trees have been counted in Canmore.
Heritage home gets B&B makeover

Heritage home gets B&B makeover

BANFF – It was love at first sight. When one of Banff’s treasured heritage homes, known as the McLeod/Crosby Residence, was put up for sale, resident Dazhang Yan put in an offer that very same day with a plan to turn the 137 Lynx St.
Male grizzly bears still active

Male grizzly bears still active

BOW VALLEY – Larger male grizzly bears in this area aren’t too sleepy yet.
Sulphur Mountain businesses on hook for sewer upgrades

Sulphur Mountain businesses on hook for sewer upgrades

BANFF – The sewage is hitting the fan. Three property owners on Sulphur Mountain are on the hook to pay for replacement of an aging sewer line that occasionally blocks up and spills raw sewage – and they’re not happy about.
Banff RCMP seek bus shelter vandal

Banff RCMP seek bus shelter vandal

BANFF – The Banff RCMP are asking for the public’s help locating those responsible for damage to brand new bus shelters in the resort community earlier this month. According to an RCMP press release, the incident occurred between Nov.
Parks continues fight against whirling disease

Parks continues fight against whirling disease

BANFF – Nets to catch fish have been put in Johnson Lake for the winter, as work to eliminate whirling disease from the body of water continues.
Roam route exceeds expectations

Roam route exceeds expectations

LAKE LOUISE – A new public transit service between Banff and Lake Louise zoomed ahead of expectations in its first month of operation.

Banff RCMP arrest man wanted on Canada-wide warrant

BANFF – The RCMP arrested a man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for breaching his parole conditions on Nov. 7. Steven Michael Konowalchuk, 35, appeared before a judge on Nov.
Banff eyesore finally being redeveloped

Banff eyesore finally being redeveloped

BANFF – An architectural eyesore surrounded by the imposing bare concrete walls of Banff’s Cascade Plaza is finally being developed after more than 25 years.
Backcountry campers fined for illegal camping

Backcountry campers fined for illegal camping

BANFF – Illegal campers in Banff’s backcountry learned the hard way the cost of breaking the rules. Jason Giroux, a former Bow Valley resident, pleaded guilty in Canmore Provincial Court on Oct.