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Mountaineer unites his two passions – climbing and mental health

Mountaineer unites his two passions – climbing and mental health

“We all have a mountain to climb, we all have challenges to overcome – it’s up to us to keep moving or sometimes come back down and take a break, re-evaluate, get stronger, add more tools in your tool belt and go from there.”
Local Grade 7 trying to reduce paper cup use in coffee shops

Local Grade 7 trying to reduce paper cup use in coffee shops

With climate change at the forefront of many minds entering 2020, one Grade 7 student from Canmore is trying to make a difference – one coffee cup at a time
Judge denies former Canmore accountant's application to adjourn on first day of three-week trial

Judge denies former Canmore accountant's application to adjourn on first day of three-week trial

"You've made the election and you've got your judge so let's go, let's get it done.”
Canmore coffee shop offers free coffee to person who broke their lock

Canmore coffee shop offers free coffee to person who broke their lock

"Sorry, we are not open 24 hours ... We are sure you wanted to have our tasty coffee even through all risks."
Avalanche training gives students 'confidence to make better decisions'

Avalanche training gives students 'confidence to make better decisions'

“I want to make sure that when I go out with people I can be safe with them ... Who doesn’t want to be out in these beautiful mountains all year round.”
Quarry Lake off-leash dog park loop trail changing to on-leash

Quarry Lake off-leash dog park loop trail changing to on-leash

The one kilometer loop will soon be back to an on-leash route while the meadow and the dog pond will remain off-leash areas, said Lori Rissling-Wynn, the Town’s sustainability coordinator and development planner.
Calgary company changes plea to guilty for charges from Canmore 2015 gas explosion

Calgary company changes plea to guilty for charges from Canmore 2015 gas explosion

The agreed statement of facts accepted by the judge set out that several APM and subcontractor personnel requested ATCO shut off the gas to the mainline, but instead the company's technician focused on a digging strategy to vent the gas leaking from the ruptured gas line
Canmore man charged $200 for Bobcat in creek

Canmore man charged $200 for Bobcat in creek

A bobcat that sat in Policeman's Creek in Canmore for more than two weeks has resulted in a $200 fine for a 38-year-old Canmorite.
Canmore author and Shoe Project founder to become member of Order of Canada

Canmore author and Shoe Project founder to become member of Order of Canada

“I’m lucky. I love my work, I love to write and I love the Shoe Project."
Canmore council reduces ice rental fees for Eagles games

Canmore council reduces ice rental fees for Eagles games

"The program is such a big part of the community and a part of the fabric of Canadian culture, so really nice to seem them try to help."