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Backcountry life for everyone

Backcountry life for everyone

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tk7Be5ftX7I PURCELL MOUNTAINS – Stepping into a raw backcountry environment is more accessible than ever at Purcell Mountain Lodge.
Blue ribbon panel on provincial finances includes Canmore resident

Blue ribbon panel on provincial finances includes Canmore resident

EDMONTON – Premier Jason Kenney announced this week a blue ribbon panel of experts to examine Alberta’s finances and economy and the chair has a Bow Valley connection.
Innovate Canmore focused on multi-million dollar disruptors

Innovate Canmore focused on multi-million dollar disruptors

CANMORE - It takes a village to raise a $100 million business, or at least that’s Innovate Canmore CEO Brian McClure’s idea.
New Trough food truck to expand dining options

New Trough food truck to expand dining options

CANMORE - The Trough restaurant is trotting into the food truck business this summer with the aptly named – and appetite fulfilling – Trotters.
Radar technology aims to reduce avalanche risk

Radar technology aims to reduce avalanche risk

CANMORE – Skiing in the backcountry is an inherently risky activity, particularly when the snowpack is unstable.
Lettuce Lads aim to transform hydroponic farming

Lettuce Lads aim to transform hydroponic farming

CANMORE – Soon your Bow Valley burger will be topped with fresh locally grown butterhead lettuce courtesy of the Lettuce Lads.
From anguish to achievement, Banff Convenience re-opens

From anguish to achievement, Banff Convenience re-opens

BANFF – Six months after Banff Convenience was devastated by an attempted ATM machine theft, its owners and employees are motivated and moving forward.
Valley grime-fighter brings spring vehicle shine

Valley grime-fighter brings spring vehicle shine

DEAD MAN’S FLATS – As winter chill makes way for spring, the Bow Valley drivers must contend with road dirt and grime covering their vehicles inside and out.
Bow Valley Jiu Jitsu expands business with new gym

Bow Valley Jiu Jitsu expands business with new gym

CANMORE – When Travis Erlam and Richard Mueller started a new program to offer Brazilian jiu-jitsu training in Canmore, they never expected it would lead them to becoming small business owners.
Investment into AI predicted to grow high-tech economy

Investment into AI predicted to grow high-tech economy

CANMORE – An investment of $100 million over five years by the Alberta Government into artificial intelligence research and commercialization is expected to return over $200 million in leveraged industry investment in the short term.