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Canmore issues two tickets for fruit trees in 2019

Canmore issues two tickets for fruit trees in 2019

"Of the 24 calls we responded too or investigated, only two tickets were issued.”
Innovate Canmore refocusing after cancelled tax credit

Innovate Canmore refocusing after cancelled tax credit

CANMORE – Innovate Canmore is reconsidering its future as a non-profit organization after the provincial government pulled the plug on an economic diversification tax credit earlier this year.
Bow Valley trying to tackle excessive screen time with new Disconnect Challenge

Bow Valley trying to tackle excessive screen time with new Disconnect Challenge

“Everything we’re learning shows that the more time we spend on our phones, the more it’s impacting our physical, mental and emotional well-being. Our phones have the capacity to connect us with friends and family around the world but the challenge is using technology mindfully.”
Canmore man facing charges after wielding machete

Canmore man facing charges after wielding machete

The 19-year-old male is facing a charge of possession of weapon for a dangerous purpose
Snowfall warning issued for Canmore, Kananaskis Country

Snowfall warning issued for Canmore, Kananaskis Country

The warning stated that higher amounts of snowfall up to 50 cm could fall in higher elevations, with heavy snow expected to taper off on Wednesday (Nov. 27)
Canmore-based snow hydrologist awarded prestigious medal

Canmore-based snow hydrologist awarded prestigious medal

“This will be an opportunity to learn more about the water and climate challenges facing Canada and to work out new ways to find solutions to those. I am also hoping it might inspire young scientists to take up the challenge and find the excitement that I have found about this field of study.”
Town of Canmore holds second public hearing for LUB

Town of Canmore holds second public hearing for LUB

Canmore council is in the process of establishing a new Land Use Bylaw and a second public hearing was held in November after elected officials made significant changes to the legislation at second reading
Budget 2019 changes affecting Bow Valley municipal grant revenues

Budget 2019 changes affecting Bow Valley municipal grant revenues

“We have an infrastructure deficit in this province and it just continues to crumble. We will have to replace it and we need money to do that.”
Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

“It is unfortunate that a group of people, who know that no laws are being broken, can protest this way to push their values. They want to tell us what to eat, what we can and can’t do. We at Howling Dog Tours will not accept this. We believe the freedom to choose a lifestyle is truly Canadian – we do not believe one needs to break the law to do this.”
Proposed tourism levy coming to short-term rentals

Proposed tourism levy coming to short-term rentals

“A lot of people who are putting Airbnbs in are doing it to help pay for their mortgage. Everybody’s not wanting to make a gagillion dollars.”