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Silvertip gondola proposals continues public engagement phase

Silvertip gondola proposals continues public engagement phase

The ongoing public engagement phase for the proposed gondola at Silvertip Resort made its first appearance at Canmore council. But with much of the decision in the hands of provincial organizations, residents can expect to see a lengthy process before they return to municipal council.

EDITORIAL: Tribunal conclusively rules on Three Sisters-owned lands

EDITORIAL: The Land and Property Rights Tribunal left little doubt about its decision on the Smith Creek and Three Sisters Village area structure plans.
Seth Anderson to rock Canmore like it's February 2020

Seth Anderson to rock Canmore like it's February 2020

Folk rocker Seth Anderson and friends return to the Canmore Legion this Friday night.
Monthly downtown parking pass for Canmore, potential pass for non-residents

Monthly downtown parking pass for Canmore, potential pass for non-residents

“For non-resident employees, I think it’s a need to have and that’s because they don’t have those other options but they need to come down to work and our businesses need them to come down and work.”
Wolverines make easy work of Timberwolves in Canmore

Wolverines make easy work of Timberwolves in Canmore

Millennium Field was used for target practice for the Canmore Wolverines soccer boys this week.
Outlook wins pair of National Newspaper Awards

Outlook wins pair of National Newspaper Awards

The Rocky Mountain Outlook won a pair of National Newspaper Awards.
Moose on the loose

Moose on the loose

"Our camera data shows they are mostly around the periphery of town to the east and west."
Tribunal orders Town to approve Smith Creek, Three Sisters Village ASPs

Tribunal orders Town to approve Smith Creek, Three Sisters Village ASPs

The Land and Property Rights Tribunal has ordered the Town of Canmore to adopt both the Smith Creek and Three Sisters Village area structure plans.
EDITORIAL: Staff shortage hitting critical levels

EDITORIAL: Staff shortage hitting critical levels

One can’t help but notice the abundance of help wanted signs in the Bow Valley.
Canmore joins Bow Valley Food Alliance's food charter

Canmore joins Bow Valley Food Alliance's food charter

“Food insecurity is not going anywhere and the need is greater than ever and only increasing. It is similar and interconnected with affordability, climate change and affordable housing in the sense that municipalities are a player when addressing these complex issues, but we aren’t the only player.”