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Imaginative books authored by Canmore students arriving at local library

Imaginative books authored by Canmore students arriving at local library

“It still worked out to be a very collaborative project when we were supposed to isolate and not be together,” said Grade 5 teacher Stephanie Kish. “I think that’s what makes them more special to me. We connected and still finished something together and now we get to share them with our entire community, which makes it even better.”
A $100k silver-lining Schulich Scholarship for OLS student

A $100k silver-lining Schulich Scholarship for OLS student

OLS student Jenna Murphy was recently awarded the heavily coveted $100k Schulich Leader Scholarship
PHOTO GALLERY: Bow Valley 2020 high school graduates celebrate with adapted ceremonies

PHOTO GALLERY: Bow Valley 2020 high school graduates celebrate with adapted ceremonies

Exshaw School Grade 2 students share COVID-19 safety messages

Exshaw School Grade 2 students share COVID-19 safety messages

It couldn't have come at a better time for me and for them because there is so much uncertainty with life and when it will go back to normal. At least there is one really positive memory we can all keep from COVID-19 and the challenges we have all faced." 
High school students celebrating graduation with ceremonies adapted for social distancing

High school students celebrating graduation with ceremonies adapted for social distancing

Graduation ceremonies for students at Canmore Collegiate High School, Banff Community High School and Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy will look a little bit different this year
Banff Centre permanently lays off 280 staff due to COVID-19 shutdown

Banff Centre permanently lays off 280 staff due to COVID-19 shutdown

"I know this will be a very tough day to be saying goodbye to friends and colleagues we have helped to build this institution over decades with their incredible skills and talents. We are very sorry to be wishing them farewell, and I want to thank those of you who will be staying on with the Banff Centre for your compassion and understanding."
Bow Valley College closes Canmore campus

Bow Valley College closes Canmore campus

"In the last year or so, we have been examining our regional operations, not just in Canmore, but all communities we have a presence in and really looking at models that allow us to serve our mandate, which is to provide educational opportunities across our service region, but at the same time in a sustainable way."
Exshaw School saved after feds agree to continue funding for next 3 years

Exshaw School saved after feds agree to continue funding for next 3 years

In a statement released by Canadian Rockies Public Schools (CRPS) and Stoney Education Authority (SEA) Thursday morning (Jan. 30), it was announced that Indigenous Services Canada has agreed to continue funding Exshaw School for the next three years at current funding levels
CRPS insurance skyrockets by 274 per cent

CRPS insurance skyrockets by 274 per cent

According to Canadian Rockies Public School (CRPS) board treasurer Mike Guindon, the 274 per cent is from a mixture of different increases, including a 300 per cent property insurance increase.
Stoney Nakoda parents and students still no closer to long-term solution for Exshaw School funding

Stoney Nakoda parents and students still no closer to long-term solution for Exshaw School funding

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) held a community town hall meeting in Morley on Monday (Jan. 20), but one Stoney Nakoda community member said the federal government agency spent most of the meeting giving residents “non-answers”