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Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

"A lot of people are trying to sell right now, but that does not mean they will get what they want ... sellers have to be prepared to price it appropriately and be realistic," said MaxWell Capital Realtor Robb Aishford. "The Canmore market has always done its own thing."  
BEST OF THE BOW: Alanna Pettigrew voted best volunteer in Banff

BEST OF THE BOW: Alanna Pettigrew voted best volunteer in Banff

“Some days I think I’m quite crazy because I live and breathe what I am doing right now and I have never found a better place for my soul.”
BEST OF THE BOW: Ramen Arashi and Carlito’s tie for Banff’s best takeout

BEST OF THE BOW: Ramen Arashi and Carlito’s tie for Banff’s best takeout

Picking a takeout spot in Banff is hard. But our Best of the Bow voters narrowed it down to two restaurants.
BEST OF THE BOW: Wild Life Distillery's hand sanitizer a big hit in Canmore

BEST OF THE BOW: Wild Life Distillery's hand sanitizer a big hit in Canmore

Voted best distillery in Canmore, Wild Life Distillery also created the best COVID–19 related product in this year's Rocky Mountain Outlook Best of the Bow readers’ choice awards
BEST OF THE BOW: Canmore Mask Makers a labour of love

BEST OF THE BOW: Canmore Mask Makers a labour of love

"When we are out shopping, I see the people wearing our masks and it gives me a little bit of pride," said Lorraine Lefort, part of the mother-daughter duo of the Canmore Mask Makers team
Grow valley – how to build your own garden in the mountains

Grow valley – how to build your own garden in the mountains

"Lots of people say they don't have a green thumb, but it is all learned and it is all an outdoor classroom."
Simply George Construction ready to get back to business

Simply George Construction ready to get back to business

Local firm hit with a slew of postponements and cancellations
Update: COVID-19 wage subsidies extended as COVID cases and deaths rise further

Update: COVID-19 wage subsidies extended as COVID cases and deaths rise further

Canmore businesses adapt to new reality with COVID-19

Canmore businesses adapt to new reality with COVID-19

"The big thing is that we all have to stick together. We will all struggle and suffer differently and we all have different abilities to adapt and overcome. It is a case of staying positive, looking forward to the future and getting through this together." 
Pursuit hires back staff in the Bow Valley with wage subsidy program

Pursuit hires back staff in the Bow Valley with wage subsidy program

Pursuit temporarily laid off 80 per cent of its staff nationally between March 13 and April 10, but as a result of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, 357 employees will return to work beginning Friday (April 24), including 222 positions in the Bow Valley