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Canny bruin avoids trap in Three Sisters

Canny bruin avoids trap in Three Sisters

CANMORE – A hungry black bear feasting on fruit trees in the Three Sisters neighbourhood has managed to avoid a trap set for it for the past week. A baited bear trap was set up in Armstrong Place, Thursday (Sept.
Council approves $100k budget increase for server room

Council approves $100k budget increase for server room

CANMORE – It turns out that locating a server room serving an entire municipality between a public bathroom and the mechanical system room is not the safest location for a technology hub.
Aggressive elk at Grassi school

Aggressive elk at Grassi school

CANMORE – Bull elk at Lawrence Grassi Middle School were being aggressive toward kids on their way to school last week. Four bull elk and 45 female elk were on the fields at Lawrence Grassi Middle School last Thursday (Sept. 27).
Canmore council approves process for new TSMV development plan

Canmore council approves process for new TSMV development plan

CANMORE – Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) is gearing up to begin drafting a new overarching plan for developing the remaining lands it owns in Canmore.
Canmore council to consider cannabis Oct. 16

Canmore council to consider cannabis Oct. 16

CANMORE – As Canadian municipalities grapple with decisions around enacting additional legislative restrictions on the use of legal recreational cannabis, the Town of Canmore’s elected officials won’t decide if it’s going to restrict public consumpti
Fundraiser to benefit Nepalese children

Fundraiser to benefit Nepalese children

CANMORE – Folks in Canmore make a difference. That’s a big reason Frances Klatzel will again host CORE International’s annual fundraising event at artsPlace, Oct. 6.

Strong Women event aims to entertain, inspire

CANMORE – Increase confidence, overcome diversity and be inspired – all with a good laugh.

Canmore-Fire setting up sprinkler lines this weekend

CANMORE – Canmore’s fire fighters will be out in several neighbourhoods this weekend setting up defensive sprinkler lines to fight wildfires as part of an emergency preparedness exercise.

Canmore considers update to housing action plan

CANMORE – It has been more than seven years since Canmore council approved a comprehensive housing action plan and elected officials are looking at reassessing the strategic planning document in the near future.
Canmore council approves offer for CCHC to purchase Mountain Haven units

Canmore council approves offer for CCHC to purchase Mountain Haven units

CANMORE – On the brink of foreclosure, Canmore’s Mountain Haven Cooperative Housing project is getting help from the community’s housing corporation and elected officials. With a unanimous motion Tuesday night (Sept.