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Canmore Uncorked returns in 2021 – with a twist

Canmore Uncorked returns in 2021 – with a twist

Canmore Uncorked is back this year to show-off the community's remarkable dining experiences – in a COVID-19 safe way.
Three Sisters development pushes towards net-zero growth

Three Sisters development pushes towards net-zero growth

Many residents have been adamant the proposed Three Sisters Mountain Village development is too large and expressed other concerns, but representatives for the developer say their plan will align with Canmore’s climate action plan and be a positive in the Town’s ongoing efforts to progress green energy technologies in the community.
'Unexpected interruption' leads to delays in COVID-19 vaccinations locally, provincially

'Unexpected interruption' leads to delays in COVID-19 vaccinations locally, provincially

A delay in the supply of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine will leave some Albertans waiting a little longer to get vaccinated.
Bow Valley SPCA hopeful increase in pet adoptions continues

Bow Valley SPCA hopeful increase in pet adoptions continues

“It reassures us of the working we are doing – that we will be able to find forever homes for our cats and dogs.”
Canmore council hears from public on proposed Three Sisters development

Canmore council hears from public on proposed Three Sisters development

The marathon public hearing on the proposed Three Sisters Village and Smith Creek area structure plans continued into a sixth day of delegations.
Alberta budget aims to double tourism by 2030

Alberta budget aims to double tourism by 2030

As part of the 2021 budget, the province will create and implement an ambitious Tourism Recovery Plan that will aim to double tourism spending in Alberta to more than $16 billion a year by 2030.
Canmore RCMP focusing on speeding, seatbelt use in Bow Valley

Canmore RCMP focusing on speeding, seatbelt use in Bow Valley

The Canmore RCMP is partnering with Bow Valley Traffic Services for March to have enhanced focus on proper wearing of seatbelts and aggressive driving behaviours such as speed and stop sign violations.
Tourism Canmore Kananaskis to launch one-year market initiative to help COVID-19 impacted businesses

Tourism Canmore Kananaskis to launch one-year market initiative to help COVID-19 impacted businesses

A one-year marketing program is being offered by Tourism Canmore Kananaskis to help businesses hard-hit by the pandemic.
Highway 742 closed after natural avalanche near Canmore

Highway 742 closed after natural avalanche near Canmore

A natural avalanche on the east end of Rundle Mountain has closed the Spray Lakes Road between the Canmore Nordic Centre and Goat Pond on Sunday (March 14).
Canmore council briefs: Five-year dispatch contract signed with City of Calgary

Canmore council briefs: Five-year dispatch contract signed with City of Calgary

Canmore council briefs see a five-year dispatch contract signed with City of Calgary; borrowing bylaws for utility infrastructure projects approved; Community Social Development operational budget changes; and Canmore Library board appointments.