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Fatal single-vehicle collision on Highway 1 near Morley

Fatal single-vehicle collision on Highway 1 near Morley

A man was killed in a single-vehicle collision on Highway 1 Friday morning after his vehicle rolled over and entered the nearby field, Cochrane RCMP said.
New study shows wildlife struggle to navigate busy Bow Valley

New study shows wildlife struggle to navigate busy Bow Valley

“We found if Three Sisters builds out and the town of Canmore has a whole bunch of new development, we’re going to see an additional six per cent reduction in connectivity.”
Public hearing highlights controversy surrounding TSMV proposed development

Public hearing highlights controversy surrounding TSMV proposed development

The long awaited public hearing meeting for Three Sisters Mountain Village began Tuesday as residents gave their thoughts on the proposed development to council.
Federal government unveils "assault-style" firearm buy-back program plans

Federal government unveils "assault-style" firearm buy-back program plans

“At the end of the day, it’s not the gun itself it's the person whose hands it's in,” said Banff-Airdrie MP Blake Richards.
Police searching for male suspect after handguns, controlled substances found in vehicle

Police searching for male suspect after handguns, controlled substances found in vehicle

CANMORE – Police are continuing to search for a male suspect after they conducted a traffic stop and found handguns and controlled substances early Saturday morning (March 6). In a Saturday release, the RCMP said a traffic stop was made after two
Zoning for The Gateway postponed until April following community concerns

Zoning for The Gateway postponed until April following community concerns

The zoning proposal for Three Sisters Mountain Village’s The Gateway will have to wait a little longer, as Canmore town council approved a postponement until its April 6 meeting to give more time to address residents concerns.
Paid parking, new transit route coming to Canmore’s Quarry Lake

Paid parking, new transit route coming to Canmore’s Quarry Lake

Paid parking will be coming to Quarry Lakes Park this year as Canmore town council approved a plan that will see out-of-town visitors pay their share to enjoy the popular spot, while residents will receive a permit to avoid having to dip into their wallets to do the same.
Canmore moving ahead with $14 million fire hall project

Canmore moving ahead with $14 million fire hall project

Canmore council voted in January to consider selling or leasing the current fire hall site, located at 10th Street and Railway Avenue, to help fund the multi-million project next year to build a new one along Palliser Trail. In 2021, administration has a budget of $1.35 million to prepare the site for development and design the new fire hall.
Canmore resident selected to advise on national food policy council

Canmore resident selected to advise on national food policy council

A national council created to help advise the federal Ministry of Agriculture and Agri-Food will include a voice from the Bow Valley.
Apartment building, daycare proposal gets approval from Canmore Planning Commission

Apartment building, daycare proposal gets approval from Canmore Planning Commission

The Canmore Planning Commission approved a new build at 1315 Spring Creek Gate that will feature a four-storey building with 46 units, including six for affordable housing, a daycare and a live/work studio.