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Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

“Everyone has pitched up wages, but it doesn’t matter what you pay; there’s nobody to take the job."
Airdrie resident gunning for Banff-Airdrie seat under new west-focused Maverick Party

Airdrie resident gunning for Banff-Airdrie seat under new west-focused Maverick Party

Airdrie resident Tariq Elnaga is throwing his cowboy hat into the ring for the next federal election in the Banff-Airdrie riding.
Public art policy, committee revamped for Canmore

Public art policy, committee revamped for Canmore

“If you’re always talking to people of your own opinion, you’re never going to grow as a committee or a community. It’s our intention for the public art program to embrace community as a whole and in order to do that, you have to invite community to the conversation.”
Canmore council approves funding for Truth and Reconciliation Day

Canmore council approves funding for Truth and Reconciliation Day

“These are clear valuable steps as a council and town in terms of reconciliation. A prominent place in front of our civic centre, the place of the people, is a great place to start."
Open space and trails plan updated to accommodate dog parks

Open space and trails plan updated to accommodate dog parks

“We may get some pushback from the community in some areas, but also recognizing Canmore seems to have a lot of dogs and people have to have places to run their dogs in a protected way so people aren’t running their dogs off-leash in corridors or other environmentally sensitive lands."
Spring Creek Mountain Village receives green energy certification

Spring Creek Mountain Village receives green energy certification

"We were one of the first to adopt geothermal technologies in Alberta to meet our goal: to create a truly sustainable mountain community. This is a nod to my parents and grandparents and to Canmore – a legacy for the town in which I grew up.”
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

A look at the past week in photography in the Bow Valley as it appeared in the pages of the Rocky Mountain Outlook.
Commercial, residential subdivisions receive extensions

Commercial, residential subdivisions receive extensions

“The primary cause of this is the difficult year we’ve all been through. I can appreciate how that would have slowed down the work the developer is doing. I’m certain the developer would like to get these subdivisions to the point where they can be selling the lot. This seems like a straightforward request.”
Quarry Lake Park supporter to be recognized for longtime contributions

Quarry Lake Park supporter to be recognized for longtime contributions

“I really believe it’s important the community not only today, but in future years, understand what might have happened there and recognize the important contributions of people like Mr. Milner to protecting those lands for the community’s future enjoyment.”
CRPS mandates masks in common areas for back-to-school plan

CRPS mandates masks in common areas for back-to-school plan

Canadian Rockies Public Schools will mandate masks in all common areas of schools, while masks are voluntary at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy. Masks must be worn on buses at both school divisions as per Alberta Health Services' regulations.