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Undermining regulation expected to be updated soon

Undermining regulation expected to be updated soon

“We are working with the developer and the town to update the regulation to create a more rigorous process with better direction around developing land that has previously been mined. At the end of the day, we want to make sure that development is done in a way that is as safe as possible.”
Sign installed to warn public about untreated water

Sign installed to warn public about untreated water

Alberta Health Services asked the Town to install the sign to ensure people are informed of the risk.
RCMP warn ‘someone is going to get hurt soon’

RCMP warn ‘someone is going to get hurt soon’

“They really put themselves in jeopardy by disobeying the laws. Someone is going to get killed one of these days.”
Canmore planning commission approves mixed-use development

Canmore planning commission approves mixed-use development

The 10,000 square foot building behind Nutters and Home Hardware will include four employee-housing units and 68 parking stalls
Canmore rental costs increase 71 per cent since 2016

Canmore rental costs increase 71 per cent since 2016

New statistics show rental rates for one, two and three-bedroom units have increased by 71 per cent from 2016-19, prompting housing advocates to speak out about the affordability and lack of rental housing in Canmore
New guide highlights staff accommodations in the Bow Valley

New guide highlights staff accommodations in the Bow Valley

Out of the 5,500 plus staff accommodations in the Bow Valley, Banff provides the most with 2,930 beds, Lake Louise provides 1,661 beds, Kananaskis provides 540 beds and Canmore provides 453
Community group launches campaign to reduce helicopter noise

Community group launches campaign to reduce helicopter noise

“On some days we have 40 helicopter flights going out and 40 coming in and the sound of that is in the 65 to 68 decibel range, that’s the same as having your telephone ring 80 times a day, but you can’t turn it off."
Black bear struck on highway near Canmore captured by Fish and Wildlife

Black bear struck on highway near Canmore captured by Fish and Wildlife

"We were able to locate the bear today and successfully tranquilize it and then we will assess its injuries and determine what to do with it."
Girls On Ice presentation shares science, stories

Girls On Ice presentation shares science, stories

"I'm excited beyond belief because being able to provide this opportunity for 10 more girls helps me hope that this will become an annual reality. Our team this year is an incredible group of girls from all over the country who have been working so hard to train and prepare themselves.”
Town of Canmore target of 25 cyber attacks in recent years

Town of Canmore target of 25 cyber attacks in recent years

The cyber-attacks managed to get through the Town's firewall, but additional levels of security stopped the attacks before they were able to gain access to sensitive information