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Appeal board to decide on 10th Street visitor accommodation

Appeal board to decide on 10th Street visitor accommodation

“If the proponent had brought forward a development similar in nature to those we have across from us Mallard Alley resident would likely have no objection. It’s the magnitude of this visitor accommodation we are having so many problems with.”
Quarry Lake paid parking program shows early success

Quarry Lake paid parking program shows early success

“The fees are set not necessarily to target a revenue but to manage the demand. … The net revenues are a result of designing a program to manage demand spillover and while strong, there are some seasonal factors that might’ve contributed to it so I think we’ll sit back, review the data, review the feedback and try to address the concerns about cost that we heard while still rolling out a program next season that will meet the primary goals.”
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: A look at the past week in photography in the Bow Valley as it appeared in the pages of the Rocky Mountain Outlook.
Canmore council briefs: Committees to allow for more inclusivity

Canmore council briefs: Committees to allow for more inclusivity

Canmore council briefs: Committees to allow for more inclusivity, bus barn budget gets increase, liaisons selected in Canmore’s reconciliation efforts with Stoney Nakoda and emergency services framework approved between Canmore and Kananaskis Improvement District.
CANMORE ELECTION: Development forum kicks off municipal campaigning

CANMORE ELECTION: Development forum kicks off municipal campaigning

The first Canmore municipal election candidate forum officially kicked off the race to the Oct. 18 vote, as all 11 council candidates and two of the three mayoral candidates were on hand for the forum hosted by the Bow Valley Builders and Developers Association.
Canmore election candidates finalized

Canmore election candidates finalized

The final field of municipal candidates in Canmore are now known, with three people running for the mayoral seat and 11 up for the six councillors positions.
CRPS to recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, include educational component

CRPS to recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, include educational component

“CRPS will stand beside our neighbouring Stoney Nation in aligning with our educational partners as well as the national day for Truth and Reconciliation to honour survivors and families and communities."
Wildlife specialists sound alarm on black bear encounters in Canmore

Wildlife specialists sound alarm on black bear encounters in Canmore

“There’s lots of kids that bike to school using the trail system and on the odd occasion they are bumping into bears. We need parents to remind them to keep their eyes open, make lots of noise and preferably bike in groups.”
Richards re-elected in diverse Banff-Airdrie riding, Liberals earn minority government

Richards re-elected in diverse Banff-Airdrie riding, Liberals earn minority government

“I've always saw myself as a voice for the people of the riding, whether I've been in government or opposition. I always feel there's a way you can be effective and getting called out for those viewpoints. You just take a different approach, and I'll continue to take the approach I have. I believe we can still get results for our area. I believe that I can still be an effective voice for our constituents and always continue to work to do that.”
Former Canmore CAO Don Kochan running for Rocky View County council

Former Canmore CAO Don Kochan running for Rocky View County council

Former Town of Canmore Chief Administrative Officer and long-time Springbank resident Don Kochan is adding his name to a growing list of candidates for Rocky View County (RVC) council.