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Banff, Canmore COVID-19 case counts remain relatively stable

Banff, Canmore COVID-19 case counts remain relatively stable

“I don’t want to jump the gun. The numbers from the holidays have some uncertainty in them because of the low number of tests, and there’s a real risk of an increase due to the holidays."
Fundraiser started for Canmore boy living with cerebral palsy

Fundraiser started for Canmore boy living with cerebral palsy

"It’s not always a positive [world he lives in], or an easy one, and that’s why asking for these things are important because we are just trying to elevate his standard of living."
Canmore council approves increase to water and sewer utility rates

Canmore council approves increase to water and sewer utility rates

Water and wastewater utility bills for residential properties can expect a 3.4 per cent overall increase to rates in 2021, or an increase of approximately $20.31 over the next year
Juvenile cougar killed on 1A near Gap Lake

Juvenile cougar killed on 1A near Gap Lake

“Road and rail mortality is the main cause of cougar cougar mortality in the Bow Valley.”
Canmore approves terms of reference, funding for tourism task force

Canmore approves terms of reference, funding for tourism task force

"Really what we want to do as a group is lead a robust community engagement process that helps us understand the history of tourism in Canmore and creates a meaningful and fitting vision for its future that focuses on the triple bottom line of people, planet and profit – keeping in mind community, visitors and ecological impact. It is really a vision of tourism that is holistic and not just about the tourism industry but about the whole community." 
Canmore library newsletter spotlights Bow Valley authors

Canmore library newsletter spotlights Bow Valley authors

The Canmore Public Library has adapted its Meet the Author events into a profile in its monthly newsletter with the Local Author Spotlight. Well-known local scribes like Hazel Huchins and Kevin Van Tighem have already been featured, with plans in the new year to highlight Nancy O'Hare and Lauren Hawkeye.
2020: the year in pictures

2020: the year in pictures

A selection of photos published by the Rocky Mountain Outlook in 2020.
Year in review: headlines from Canmore in 2020

Year in review: headlines from Canmore in 2020

There were a lot of headlines in 2020 for the community of Canmore – here are some of the highlights from the past year.
Alberta Health Services will not announce 2021 new year's babies

Alberta Health Services will not announce 2021 new year's babies

"We hope to resume this practice in 2022."
COVID-19 case count dramatically dropping in Banff, Canmore

COVID-19 case count dramatically dropping in Banff, Canmore

“I am concerned, to be blunt, about what we might see coming out of Christmas,” said Premier Jason Kenney during a COVID-19 briefing on Tuesday (Dec. 29).