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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
Business Briefs: Banff Springs Hotel announces $5 million renovation to Rundle Bar

Business Briefs: Banff Springs Hotel announces $5 million renovation to Rundle Bar

The Bow Valley Connections Centre also received a $1,000 donation from the Christian Labour Association of Canada's Building Communities program
Renovations of Harmons Building near completion in time for 110 birthday

Renovations of Harmons Building near completion in time for 110 birthday

“It’s the family legacy – this building, it's really meaningful for all of us to have that family story and to try and offer something different [to visitors].”
New restaurant embraces Canadiana experience

New restaurant embraces Canadiana experience

“We want them to come down and work their way through the history of the fur trade on the way in and enter into a warm inviting room that serves up braised meats in a sharing form and create charcuterie boards."
Son takes up the mantel of local business

Son takes up the mantel of local business

“It’s an opportunity that I couldn’t miss – living back here in the mountains is hard to beat."
Artist's love of textiles inspires latest project

Artist's love of textiles inspires latest project

“The idea that I want is a flow of people going through the making, creating, the displaying, the viewing of art."
Two Bow Valley women to open dream yoga and wellness studio

Two Bow Valley women to open dream yoga and wellness studio

“I’ve tried fitness classes and it’s never resonated with me like yoga does, and I see it change peoples lives from teaching it.”
Rocky Mountain Custom Jewellery a family legacy

Rocky Mountain Custom Jewellery a family legacy

“I’m all in, I just think creating symbols for people of love and commitment and all the things that are associated with jewelry – you should use materials and processes that are in keeping with that respect for the environment and for people in other places of the world."
End of era with sale of Shadow Lake Lodge

End of era with sale of Shadow Lake Lodge

“My father grew up guiding people throughout Banff National Park, but this valley and the original lodge were distinctive and very special to him. We have always endeavoured to maintain that unique character and legacy as the lodge evolved," said Alison Brewster of her father Bud Brewster.