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Bow Valley Legions ready to return to normal Remembrance Day services

Bow Valley Legions ready to return to normal Remembrance Day services

“All those folks during the First World War, Second World War and Korea, and even the later conflicts like Bosnia and Afghanistan, we forget about our soldiers, some of whom made the supreme sacrifice.”
Canmore Wolverines look to crush rebellion in football playoffs

Canmore Wolverines look to crush rebellion in football playoffs

“The last time we played them they ended our season last year, so we’re hoping to return the favour this year,”
Canmore paid parking raises $836,000 in gross revenue

Canmore paid parking raises $836,000 in gross revenue

“I think collecting revenues without a purpose is not the best idea. The paid parking revenues have identifiable uses and this is a really important one because the downtown and the downtown centre is an identifiable place.”
Proposed Canmore budget could see 12.5 per cent tax increase

Proposed Canmore budget could see 12.5 per cent tax increase

“The 2023-24 budget cycle really sheds light on the financial challenges faced by the Town, but also by the community and the country,”
Property owner fined after unsecured dumpster contributed to bear deaths

Property owner fined after unsecured dumpster contributed to bear deaths

“There are several tenants who use the bin, so the property owner was deemed ultimately responsible,” said Caitlin Miller, the Town of Canmore’s manager of protective services.
Canmore AmpFest returns with full slate of metal, punk music

Canmore AmpFest returns with full slate of metal, punk music

Twelve bands to hit the stage at AmpFest II, Saturday (Nov. 12) at artsPlace.
Miranda Rosin appointed parliamentary secretary of tourism

Miranda Rosin appointed parliamentary secretary of tourism

“We hope that Ms. Rosin will give us a stronger voice in the Legislature. Mr. Rosin understands how important the tourism economy is to our community. Our hope is that this role will help facilitate some of our goals.”
Budget talks set to begin for Canmore

Budget talks set to begin for Canmore

One of the more difficult budget years in recent memories is about to begin.
EDITORIAL: Changes to victim services worrisome for small communities

EDITORIAL: Changes to victim services worrisome for small communities

EDITORIAL: The changes by the province to the way victim service units are run are threatening to remove vital aspects of the safety net that could impact the delivery of services to rural areas such as the Bow Valley.
Banff-Kananaskis NDP candidate worried about changes to park management

Banff-Kananaskis NDP candidate worried about changes to park management

“I worry that this move could weaken protections by perhaps looking at access for motorized recreation into some of our parks, and that is potentially very concerning, especially for parts of Banff-Kananaskis land base where we have public lands bordering protected areas.”