Skip to content

Canmore

High speed chase on Trans-Canada through Banff and Canmore leads to arrest near Cochrane

High speed chase on Trans-Canada through Banff and Canmore leads to arrest near Cochrane

A high speed chase that started near Banff, resulting in a spike belt near Highway 22 and the Trans-Canada Highway, ended with a RCMP arrest near Cochrane.
Canmore to see second ‘monopine’ cell tower added

Canmore to see second ‘monopine’ cell tower added

The cell tower would emulate a pine tree, called a monopine, and would be a Rogers Wireless cell tower, located closely to Pumphouse 1 where a Telus monopine is also located
Fair Deal Panel launched to combat Alberta’s 'raw deal'

Fair Deal Panel launched to combat Alberta’s 'raw deal'

“This is a new moment in our history and Albertans are asking us to stand up and fight for our vital economic interests — We were elected on a mandate to defend Alberta.”
Air monitoring comes to Canmore

Air monitoring comes to Canmore

"We are very excited to be able to bring portable units out to Canmore to monitor in the Bow Valley. This is the first ambient long-term monitoring in the Bow Valley and we are excited to be able to provide it."
Town of Canmore increases budgets for organic diversion and solar power projects

Town of Canmore increases budgets for organic diversion and solar power projects

Canmore council has approved a change in scope and budget for two upcoming capital projects – adding sprinklers to the expanded area at the waste transfer station to support organic diversion for $450,000 and installing additional solar panels on Elevation Place.
Green Spark Group pushing for sustainable film making

Green Spark Group pushing for sustainable film making

“We are in a climate crisis right now — It is imperative for every single industry to be talking about what they’re doing and actively working on to reduce impacts.”
Sheepdog Brewing supporting Poppy Fund with new beer

Sheepdog Brewing supporting Poppy Fund with new beer

“I’ve had the vision to do a Remembrance Day beer for a few years now — I’ve got a lot of friends who are in the military.”
Fuhrmann recalls being a child refugee in his own country during war

Fuhrmann recalls being a child refugee in his own country during war

“On February 13 (1945), the Russians came and we all had to get out,” Peter Fuhrmann recalled when detailing his incredible and tragic youth during the Second World War in Germany
Moment of silence honours Canadian veterans

Moment of silence honours Canadian veterans

It is a tradition that is more than a century old and one communities in the Rocky Mountains hold dear, as organizers prepare for the annual Remembrance Day ceremonies across the valley
Bear spray compliance 'still low'

Bear spray compliance 'still low'

A survey by Alberta Parks has shown very few hikers carried bear spray on Canmore's Grassi Lakes Trail this summer despite ongoing warnings and sightings of bears in the area