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Canmore speed skater cashes in silver at world cup opener

Canmore speed skater cashes in silver at world cup opener

“It’s a real good sign to be picking up where I left off last year."
Tourism Canmore Kananaskis announces rebrand, new board structure

Tourism Canmore Kananaskis announces rebrand, new board structure

The not-for-profit, which serves as the official destination management organization for Canmore and Kananaskis Country's tourism industry, announced a rebrand and change to its board of directors at its Nov. 7 annual general meeting, alongside 2021 financials and year-to-date highlights.
Increasing awareness big part of Coming Out Monologues

Increasing awareness big part of Coming Out Monologues

“I think it is really important because we do encounter moments of hate speech in the valley. Having events where people can come together and not just celebrate, but learn.”
Creative Combat returns to artsPlace

Creative Combat returns to artsPlace

“Creative combat is high energy, exciting event that people in the bow valley love. The tickets sell fast. It is fun and exciting. This is the eighth creative combat and it always something different. This year we have a number of new artists and a few of the favourites coming back.”
Canmore Eagles drop season worse fifth game

Canmore Eagles drop season worse fifth game

The Canmore Eagles could be cooking up a trade following season woes.
Risks from delayed Cougar Creek flood mitigation work 'unacceptably high'

Risks from delayed Cougar Creek flood mitigation work 'unacceptably high'

“This is a priority project. It’s protecting lives, property, critical facilities, CP tracks, the Trans-Canada Highway, key infrastructure. Time is of the essence and the Town will use all tools available to hold the contractor accountable for their obligations and see the project through to completion.”
New Catholic School Board trustee endeavors to be voice for Canmore

New Catholic School Board trustee endeavors to be voice for Canmore

“I really try to advocate for Catholic education. It is really important to me that in our community that people remember and know that the Catholic school is a good option for people. It allows our students to develop through our Catholic values and it is important for that option for our community members.”
Final readings for proposed South Canmore development pushed back for second time

Final readings for proposed South Canmore development pushed back for second time

“The applicant has had discussions with administration in an effort to develop a response to council’s direction. Based on the last meetings, administration had with the applicant, progress has been made on most of council’s concerns.”
Three-Dimensional Art Show returns to guild for 17th year

Three-Dimensional Art Show returns to guild for 17th year

“The Bow Valley is full of creative people and I hope they are inspired by it all, either to go and make their own or appreciate what other people can create.”
Canmore, K-Country highlighted in premier's tourism mandate letter

Canmore, K-Country highlighted in premier's tourism mandate letter

Premier Danielle Smith has tasked the minister responsible for tourism to explore the best way to improve infrastructure and services in Kananaskis, Canmore, Waiparous Creek, Crowsnest Pass and other high tourist traffic areas.