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Canmorite named in Association for Healthcare Philanthropy's 40 Under 40 list

Canmorite named in Association for Healthcare Philanthropy's 40 Under 40 list

Soulafa Al-Abbasi, executive director for the Canmore & Area Health Care Foundation (CAHCF), has been named as an honoree.
'The Ho' is back

'The Ho' is back

"Exciting times are ahead for the property ... we are proud to say that 'The Ho' (Canmore Hotel) is coming back."
Canmore reaches collective agreement with union

Canmore reaches collective agreement with union

Unionized employees will get a 1.5 per cent wage increase in 2019 and in 2020 as well as $2.75 per hour for on-call work, a 25 cent increase.
New hens rule the roost at Canmore coop

New hens rule the roost at Canmore coop

Introduced in 2016 as an educational partnership between the two schools, the idea was born in an Alpenglow classroom when the teacher and students started talking about what animal the class pet should be.
Canmore approves steeper fines for fruit trees and birdfeeders

Canmore approves steeper fines for fruit trees and birdfeeders

Residents in violation of the rules could face a $250 fine.
Canmore compost bins roll out

Canmore compost bins roll out

"We want to divert food waste from the landfill – it is the biggest component of our waste and we are diverting a significant waste."
Living at an elevated risk

Living at an elevated risk

A growing body of research from the University of Utah has found a strong correlation between elevation and the suicide rate
Province to review minimum wage for liquor servers

Province to review minimum wage for liquor servers

The panel will review whether a wage differential for hospitality workers who serve alcohol could lead to higher net incomes for employees
Semi driver blows over double legal limit

Semi driver blows over double legal limit

A semi driver is waiting to be sworn in for official charges after blowing more than double the legal limit earlier this week.
Two locals appointed to provincial panel to reduce red tape

Two locals appointed to provincial panel to reduce red tape

“The principal aim of the Red Tape Panel is to eliminate the duplication or complexity of regulation processes to make it easier for people and organizations to invest in our province and get Albertans back to work."