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Premier briefed on municipal resort status

Premier briefed on municipal resort status

Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin said she recently submitted a four-page briefing about the issue with background information and statistics to the premier’s office, the minister of municipal affair’s office and the minister of economic development, trade and tourism’s office
Till death do us part: remembering Nomi Whalen

Till death do us part: remembering Nomi Whalen

Nomi Whalen was a founding member of the Alberta Human Rights Commission, a former Calgary alderman, and a well known marriage commissioner
Close encounter with grizzly bear sparks closure

Close encounter with grizzly bear sparks closure

A jogger had to use their bear spay after a female grizzly bear with two cubs charged them in the Stewart Creek area of Canmore on Wednesday morning (July 17)
Bow hunting remains prohibited on Larch Island

Bow hunting remains prohibited on Larch Island

“Following a legal review of the Town’s bylaw, which was done in 2018, Alberta Environment and Parks agreed to recognize the Town of Canmore’s bylaw to restrict bow hunting in Larch Island as part of public safety."
Palliative Care Society working towards $8.4 million hospice facility

Palliative Care Society working towards $8.4 million hospice facility

The Palliative Care Society of the Bow Valley (PCSBV) has identified a need for a two-storey, 15,000-square-foot hospice with six residential beds and capacity for day hospice palliative care programs
40th Annual Miners' Day Parade

40th Annual Miners' Day Parade

The coal mines in Canmore shut down officially on Friday, July 13, 1979 – this year marked the 40th anniversary of the closure with miners and their families gathering on Saturday (July 13) for the annual Miners' Day Parade down Main Street
Damaged water valve irks TeePee Town residents

Damaged water valve irks TeePee Town residents

Drew Keoughan, an area resident, said he hit the broken valve casing with his car in late September damaging one of his tires
Rat’s Nest Cave pushes the boundaries of exploration

Rat’s Nest Cave pushes the boundaries of exploration

Over the past three months, a team of volunteer cavers have been working in conjunction with the Alberta Speleological Society to shed new light on the cave’s physical dimensions, as well as the geological and hydrological processes involved in creating the cave
Operator of Twin Falls Chalet owes Parks Canada money

Operator of Twin Falls Chalet owes Parks Canada money

The operator of the historic chalet has refused to sign a new lease because Parks Canada is seeking a percentage of her business’s gross revenue.
Second cannabis shop to open its doors in Canmore

Second cannabis shop to open its doors in Canmore

The store is expected to open to the public before the end of July.