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Canmore couple helping Ugandan village impacted by COVID-19, drought

Canmore couple helping Ugandan village impacted by COVID-19, drought

“Within an hour of hearing his stories about what he had just witnessed in the village, I decided to put a video plea out to my Facebook friends to see if they could help. Within minutes money started rolling into my account via Canadian e-transfers. I realized that people really wanted to help, and to broaden that opportunity to other contacts outside of Canada, I should also start a GoFundMe campaign.”
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.
Judicial review granted for rejected Three Sisters Village plan

Judicial review granted for rejected Three Sisters Village plan

A judicial review was granted by the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta on the defeated Three Sisters Village area structure plan.
Boil water advisory still continuing for parts of Canmore

Boil water advisory still continuing for parts of Canmore

The majority of Canmore has either had their water safely tested or is in the process of being flushed since the boil water advisory was announced July 29.
EPCOR, Canmore continuing to investigate cause leading to boil water advisory

EPCOR, Canmore continuing to investigate cause leading to boil water advisory

“It's still under investigation. Our focus and priority in the last few days has really been public health protection and ensuring the quality of the water in the Canmore system. We isolated the pipe quickly on Thursday afternoon (July 29) and really focused on flushing and moving water that might have got into the system from that pipe and moving it out through the Canmore system and testing the water to make sure it is safe. Our priority is the safety of the drinking water for our customers.”
Canmore water system continues to be cleared, tested

Canmore water system continues to be cleared, tested

CANMORE – More areas of Canmore are seeing the boil water advisory be lifted as the water system is continuing to be flushed. In separate media releases, the Town stated the boil water advisory has also ended for the Benchlands area.
Seeley files nomination papers to run for third council term

Seeley files nomination papers to run for third council term

“Affordable housing is critical. … The vital homes are vital to our community. The last two terms of council, we really brought a lot to the market and we’re continuing to do that. It’s essential for the community.”
Canmore boil water advisory lifted for additional locations

Canmore boil water advisory lifted for additional locations

In a media release, the Town stated the boil water advisory has ended for Dead Man’s Flats, Harvie Heights, Palliser Trail, the Canmore Nordic Centre, Three Sisters Resort, Silvertip, Cougar Creek, Peaks of Grassi, portions of Rundleview and portions of the Homesteads.
Police seeking witnesses after man struck by train

Police seeking witnesses after man struck by train

A man was killed after being struck by a train early Tuesday morning in Canmore, police said.
Spray Lakes Road repairs focusing on undermining mitigation

Spray Lakes Road repairs focusing on undermining mitigation

A stretch of road where undermining exists is getting necessary repairs to help stabilize sections of Spray Lakes Road.