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High school project helps businesses cut waste

High school project helps businesses cut waste

CANMORE – A group of Grade 11 students from Canmore Collegiate High School are working with several businesses in town to help them reduce their ecological footprint.
Canmore utility project ruptures water main

Canmore utility project ruptures water main

CANMORE – Crews working on a water utility project in Canmore struck and damaged a water main on Friday morning (Oct. 26).
Painting stolen from Canmore hospital

Painting stolen from Canmore hospital

CANMORE – A local artist with paintings on display at the Canmore General Hospital is hoping, with a little help from the public, she will be able to recover one that was stolen earlier this month.
TCK hopes to engage public at open house sessions

TCK hopes to engage public at open house sessions

CANMORE – Officials with Tourism Canmore Kananaskis (TCK) are hoping Canmore residents and business owners will get engaged at a pair of upcoming open house sessions. Two sessions are set for next Thursday (Nov. 1) from 10 a.m. to noon and 4 to 6 p.
Canmore council changes meeting times

Canmore council changes meeting times

CANMORE – Canmore’s elected officials have changed when and how many regular business meetings are held each month beginning in 2019.
Firefighters kept busy over weekend with fires and rescues

Firefighters kept busy over weekend with fires and rescues

CANMORE – Firefighters from Canmore were kept busy on Sunday (Oct. 22) responding to two structure fires, two car accidents and a river rescue. The first call came in around 4:15 a.m. for a semi-trailer rollover on the Trans-Canada Highway.

artsPlace seeks more municipal funding

CANMORE – After celebrating three years in the community, artsPlace in Canmore is hoping to see increased municipal funding to help it continue to grow. Executive director Jeremy Elbourne was in front of Canmore council on Oct.
Fundraiser to support Cancer Warriors

Fundraiser to support Cancer Warriors

CANMORE – “ Going through a cancer illness does not come cheap, even in a country with free health care,” writes Tracy Jacobson on her blog.
Museum welcomes new director, asks council for budget increase

Museum welcomes new director, asks council for budget increase

CANMORE – The Canmore Museum and Geoscience Centre has hired a new executive director and is hoping to get more money from the municipality for its budget in the future. Museum board chair Andrew Nickerson was in front of Canmore council on Oct.
Canmore council to determine need for third party review of municipal projects

Canmore council to determine need for third party review of municipal projects

CANMORE – Canmore’s elected officials will determine whether or not municipal projects that require an environmental impact assessment are to undergo a third party review on a case-by-case basis in the future.