Skip to content

Canmore

Awareness march seeks to burst bubble

CANMORE – What happened in Wet’suwet’en is not staying in Wet’suwet’en, if one Canmorite can help it. Looking to raise awareness and support by organizing a march this Sunday (Jan.
State of the union addresses Canmore’s priorities for 2019

State of the union addresses Canmore’s priorities for 2019

CANMORE – The Town of Canmore is gearing up for another busy year with dozens of projects and priorities slated to commence in 2019.
Proceeds from Mountain Haven  units to replenish Town reserve

Proceeds from Mountain Haven units to replenish Town reserve

CANMORE – The Town’s perpetual affordable housing reserve will eventually be replenished when Canmore Community Housing Corporation (CCHC) decides to sell the 17 rental units it acquired from Mountain Haven Cooperative Homes late last year.
Canmore to live stream  development board meetings

Canmore to live stream development board meetings

CANMORE – Two of Canmore’s most influential boards will now have their public meetings live streamed and video recorded to improve accuracy and transparency.
Nordic Centre could lose biathlon events without upgrades

Nordic Centre could lose biathlon events without upgrades

CANMORE – If the Canmore Nordic Centre isn’t upgraded soon it will be unable to host any more biathlon events after the world cup in February. That was the stark message shared by Ken Davies, chair of the Alberta Event Hosting Society for Biathlon.
Bow River flood study remains unfinished

Bow River flood study remains unfinished

CANMORE – The Bow River did not breach its banks in Canmore in 2013 when most of southern Alberta experienced a major flooding event, but it came close and was a major cause for concern for many residents of the community.
Council considers Peaks of Grassi development

Council considers Peaks of Grassi development

CANMORE – A controversial development plan in the Peaks of Grassi neighbourhood is once again on the table after council approved first reading of a new re-zoning application on Tuesday (Jan. 8).
Scott named officer in Order of Canada

Scott named officer in Order of Canada

CANMORE – Canmore resident Beckie Scott was named an officer in the Order of Canada by Governor General Julie Payette at the end of December.
Canmore doctors embrace MSF challenge

Canmore doctors embrace MSF challenge

The contrast was stark and inescapable. Dr. Lanice Jones was resting in her accommodations in Mweso, a village in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after a difficult day.
Ice climber remembered for his 'zest for life'

Ice climber remembered for his 'zest for life'

CANMORE – A solo ice climber who died after a fall on Cascade Falls in Banff National Park on Christmas Day is being remembered by friends and coworkers as having lived a big life.