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Canmore residents urged to manage wildlife attractants

Canmore residents urged to manage wildlife attractants

CANMORE – Opportunistic bears in Canmore’s developed areas, including a cub that climbed onto a residential deck, have provincial wildlife officials worried for the safety of people and fate of the animals.
Beckie Scott to receive Alberta Order of Excellence

Beckie Scott to receive Alberta Order of Excellence

CANMORE – Canmore resident and retired Olympic cross-country skier Beckie Scott will be named to the Alberta Order of Excellence this fall.
Canmore-based Rockies Institute gets federal funds for wildfire resilience project

Canmore-based Rockies Institute gets federal funds for wildfire resilience project

CANMORE – The Rockies Institute has announced their largest multi-partner, multi-year project, Fire With Fire, as organizers prepare to enhance climate change resiliency in the province by inviting Indigenous voices to share their wildfire knowledge.
Unsung hero in the sky

Unsung hero in the sky

CANMORE – Lance Cooper was a man of few words, but the depth and breadth of the impact he had on people’s lives in the Canadian Rockies was immeasurable.
Vanmore residents concerned with parking limit changes in Canmore

Vanmore residents concerned with parking limit changes in Canmore

CANMORE – People living in their vehicles in Canmore who will soon be subject to new early morning parking restrictions are questioning why elected officials put the rules in place to begin with, instead of finding a better solution to the lack of av
Group rescued from Grotto

Group rescued from Grotto

CANMORE – A group of hikers and their furry friend were rescued over the weekend after finding themselves stranded on “ankle biter ridge” in the Grotto Mountain area on Sunday (May 26).
Our Lady of the Snow appoints new principal

Our Lady of the Snow appoints new principal

CANMORE – A new principal has been announced for Our Lady of Snow Catholic Academy. Jamie Landry has accepted the role as principal and will begin transitioning into the new job as of August 2019. Landry previously worked at St.
Town of Canmore raises Pride flag at Civic Centre

Town of Canmore raises Pride flag at Civic Centre

CANMORE – Despite being an overcast day, everyone had a sunny disposition as Canmore mayor John Borrowman raised a Pride flag for the first time ever at the Civic Centre on Tuesday (May 21) at noon.
Mayor: steeper fines, more enforcement for wildlife attractants

Mayor: steeper fines, more enforcement for wildlife attractants

CANMORE – Mayor John Borrowman is calling on the public to do more to eliminate wildlife attractants, otherwise the Town of Canmore may have to beef up enforcement and implement steeper fines.
Canmore approves 4.1 property tax increase

Canmore approves 4.1 property tax increase

CANMORE – Canmore’s municipal property taxes will increase by 4.1 per cent, slightly lower than initially anticipated in the 2019 budget. In November, council approved a 4.