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Origin at Spring Creek adapting to COVID-19

Origin at Spring Creek adapting to COVID-19

“We want to make sure we’re doing everything right. We don’t want anybody sick, we want to keep everyone symptom free. So, that’s the biggest challenge, having that on your shoulders.”
Power Tuesday still on for most Canmore grocery stores

Power Tuesday still on for most Canmore grocery stores

While Nutters has postponed its Power Tuesday promotion, Save-On-Foods and Safeway will offer their customers a discount the first Tuesday of the month. However, both will limit the number of shoppers allowed inside the store at one time.
Canmore Community Housing offers rent relief to tenants

Canmore Community Housing offers rent relief to tenants

All renters in Canmore Community Housing Corporation units received a 25 per cent reduction on April rents in an effort to provide financial relief during the current COVID-19 economic crisis
Survey shows 30 per cent of Canmore businesses in 'critical condition'

Survey shows 30 per cent of Canmore businesses in 'critical condition'

A recent Town of Canmore business needs survey showed 30 per cent of businesses are in "critical condition" as a result of the COVID-19 economic crisis
Canadian Rockies Public School division expects layoffs after provincial funding for 2019-20 reduced

Canadian Rockies Public School division expects layoffs after provincial funding for 2019-20 reduced

“These are dedicated hardworking individuals whose families and children will be impacted by this decision. It is our hope that these temporary layoffs will be short lived but only time will tell.”
'Canmore-grown' initiative Hope for Hospitality kicks off amid COVID-19

'Canmore-grown' initiative Hope for Hospitality kicks off amid COVID-19

“At this time, this is where we’ve got to have some hope … I just see a lot of inspiration in the community.”
Bow Valley SPCA hopes furry friends make community smile

Bow Valley SPCA hopes furry friends make community smile

“We want to bring a little bit of joy to the community and we have cats and dogs to do that with.”
Banff, Canmore quieter following pleas for visitors to stay home during COVID-19 crisis

Banff, Canmore quieter following pleas for visitors to stay home during COVID-19 crisis

“It’s very clear and they have every intent of enforcing the rules; no parking on highways and the shoulders.”
Alberta announces renter protections during COVID-19 pandemic

Alberta announces renter protections during COVID-19 pandemic

"We want to be clear – as of today, no one will be facing immediate eviction from their home for non-payment of rent or utilities owed to the landlord. Additionally, tenants will not face increasing financial pressure from rent increases, or fees for late rent payments."
Alberta government announces tourism tax relief for hotels

Alberta government announces tourism tax relief for hotels

The province estimates by delaying collection of the provincial tourism levy until the end of August, it will free up $5 million for the hotel industry