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Canmore gymnastics club donates equipment to new Belize program

Canmore gymnastics club donates equipment to new Belize program

An overabundance of local gymnastics equipment is getting a new home in Central America.
Canmore Eagles drop third game in a row to start home stand

Canmore Eagles drop third game in a row to start home stand

The Eagles look to reset at home starting this Friday against the Camrose Kodiaks.
Canmore hockey prospect wisely considers options after WHL draft

Canmore hockey prospect wisely considers options after WHL draft

“I think I can bring good leadership skills and elevate the team and bring in some of my puck handling and energy to kind of help benefit the team on offence and then off the ice like being a good role model for kids in the organization that look up to the team and just a be good person, hard working player to be around.”
John Morris, Rachel Homan to fight for Olympic gold in mixed curling

John Morris, Rachel Homan to fight for Olympic gold in mixed curling

Another Canmore athlete is off to Beijing.
Banff, Canmore preparing for worst-case firefighter staffing shortages due to COVID-19

Banff, Canmore preparing for worst-case firefighter staffing shortages due to COVID-19

The municipalities of Banff and Canmore have been in conversations on the potential for support of each other for emergency fire response and other essential services, if required, due to staffing issues associated with COVID-19.
Canadian skier Russell Kennedy anxiously awaits what's to come for Beijing

Canadian skier Russell Kennedy anxiously awaits what's to come for Beijing

“I have a lot of emotions right now I guess. I don’t know how to describe it. It’s like anxiety, frustration – there’s a lot of things going on, but that’s part of high performance sport."
CRPS, municipal staffing shortages brought on by COVID-19

CRPS, municipal staffing shortages brought on by COVID-19

“Given the COVID-19 rates in the valley, we remain deeply concerned with the increasing numbers and our capacity to keep classes and schools open for your children, due to staffing shortages," said CRPS superintendent Chris MacPhee.
Rising Canmore rugby star recognized in national talent search

Rising Canmore rugby star recognized in national talent search

Canmore's Krissy Scurfield is one of 30 Canadian athletes selected for Future Olympian funding through the RBC Training Ground.
WATCH: Canmore Eagles alum's beauty goal takes No. 1 spot on ESPN's Top 10

WATCH: Canmore Eagles alum's beauty goal takes No. 1 spot on ESPN's Top 10

A former Eagles captain's sweet goal caused some buzz at ESPN.
Prime minister delivers mandate to new Parks Canada minister

Prime minister delivers mandate to new Parks Canada minister

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has told the new minister responsible for Parks Canada, Steven Guilbeault, that he must invest in existing national parks and create new ones, and the new tourism minister, Randy Boissonault, to develop a national trails tourism strategy.