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Sports council calls for field house in Bow Valley

Sports council calls for field house in Bow Valley

“We recognize that there are significant financial challenges on the Town’s budget; however, we do think that collectively the municipalities in the Bow Valley should collaborate on examining the potential to build a field house in the valley."
Bow Valley a COVID-19 hotspot

Bow Valley a COVID-19 hotspot

“With case counts far exceeding anything we have ever seen before, the sheer volume of cases means that daily hospitalizations are beginning to escalate,” said Dr. Deena Hinshaw.
Artwork seeks to build reconciliation

Artwork seeks to build reconciliation

Stoney Nakoda artist Andrew Holloway is hopeful his new artwork on display in the Canmore Civic Centre will continue to build a positive relationship with the Town.
Bow Valley experiencing record COVID-19 cases as omicron rapidly spreads

Bow Valley experiencing record COVID-19 cases as omicron rapidly spreads

“With counts far exceeding anything we have ever seen before, the sheer volume of cases means that daily hospitalizations are beginning to escalate,” Dr. Deena Hinshaw said.
Canmore Eagles grease Okotoks Oilers to slide into season's longest winning streak

Canmore Eagles grease Okotoks Oilers to slide into season's longest winning streak

Make it four in a row for the Canmore Eagles.
Bow Valley on red alert without ambulance over holidays

Bow Valley on red alert without ambulance over holidays

On Dec. 27, the Bow corridor was on so-called red alert, when ambulances from Banff, Canmore and Kananaskis were all responding to emergencies in Calgary around the same time.
YEAR IN REVIEW: 2021 in pictures

YEAR IN REVIEW: 2021 in pictures

2021: The Year in Pictures
YEAR IN REVIEW: Best cartoons from 2021

YEAR IN REVIEW: Best cartoons from 2021

YEAR IN REVIEW: Best cartoons from 2021
YEAR IN REVIEW: Canmore in 2021

YEAR IN REVIEW: Canmore in 2021

Canmore in 2021: A year in review.
Town of Canmore cancels New Year's Eve celebrations as COVID-19 cases grow

Town of Canmore cancels New Year's Eve celebrations as COVID-19 cases grow

“We know this comes as disappointing news to residents. However, we want to do our part to ensure that we enter the New Year healthy and safe,” the Town stated in a release.