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Province puts spotlight on Alberta’s agriculture though local food week

Province puts spotlight on Alberta’s agriculture though local food week

CANMORE – The Bow Valley’s burgeoning local food scene has received a boost from the provincial government in the form of Alberta-wide recognition that local agriculture, brewing and distilling are cornerstones of the provincial economy.
Search resumed for Stephanie Stewart

Search resumed for Stephanie Stewart

RCMP Major Crimes has announced that another search is underway for Stephanie Stewart of Canmore, who has been missing since 2006 and is believed to be the victim of a homicide.
#Vanlife - The face of Canmore's working homeless

#Vanlife - The face of Canmore's working homeless

T ucked away in empty lots and behind places of business is a growing community of residents who find refuge in their vehicles.
What's in a name?

What's in a name?

The issue of renaming Ha Ling Peak was controversial and divisive, yet culturally important, addressed concerns of racial bias and brought to the forefront Canmore and the Bow Valley’s history and future.

Canmore considers public cannabis consumption

CANMORE – Canmore may be on track to become one of the least prohibitive municipalities when it comes to public consumption of recreational cannabis once it is officially legalized later this year. Elected officials were briefed Tuesday (Aug.
Nunavut youth heads south to Canmore

Nunavut youth heads south to Canmore

CANMORE – Cambridge Bay, or Iqaluktuttiaq in Inuinnaqtun, is a small hamlet in Nunavut of less than 2,000 people; one which recently sent one of its residents to Canmore for a hiking trip.
Dirt pile stays after neighbours win appeal

Dirt pile stays after neighbours win appeal

CANMORE – A large pile of earth causing dust for nearby residents of Three Sisters Mountain Village won’t be going anywhere anytime soon after a recent development appeal board hearing ruled in favour of an appeal against the developer.

Bow hunting now prohibited on Larch Island

CANMORE – Bow hunting will no longer be permitted on Larch Island thanks to changes made to the province’s bow hunting boundaries. The province removed Larch Island from the hunting zone on Aug.
Canada Post investigating after mailboxes damaged

Canada Post investigating after mailboxes damaged

CANMORE – Canada Post is investigating after multiple community mailboxes throughout Canmore were damaged or tampered with in July.
Canmore RCMP look for suspect impersonating a police officer

Canmore RCMP look for suspect impersonating a police officer

CANMORE – Canmore RCMP are investigating an incident where a member of the public was approached by a man who falsely identified himself as a police officer. On Friday (July 27), at approximately 6:30 p.m.