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Canmore local selected for Indigenous award

Canmore local selected for Indigenous award

Naashkii Soler was selected by St. Michaels University School for its first Indigenous Peoples Within Canada Award.
School board approves deficit 2022-23 budget

School board approves deficit 2022-23 budget

“The prediction part of it was the difficult part because of the unknown of what the impact of COVID is. I don’t think we are out of the COVID element, and that impact will be on our international student program. We are unsure if borders will close again.”
Lawrence Grassi ARP heads to public hearing

Lawrence Grassi ARP heads to public hearing

“I believe the concept before us holds potential and I’d like to hear what the public has to say. It’s a difficult issue to separate the owner of the land from the concept given we’re talking about a school board, but we’re really talking about a private land. … As any owner of land they have a right to put forward a proposal and we have to judge the proposal based on what’s put forward.”
CRPS, municipal staffing shortages brought on by COVID-19

CRPS, municipal staffing shortages brought on by COVID-19

“Given the COVID-19 rates in the valley, we remain deeply concerned with the increasing numbers and our capacity to keep classes and schools open for your children, due to staffing shortages," said CRPS superintendent Chris MacPhee.
Sports council calls for field house in Bow Valley

Sports council calls for field house in Bow Valley

“We recognize that there are significant financial challenges on the Town’s budget; however, we do think that collectively the municipalities in the Bow Valley should collaborate on examining the potential to build a field house in the valley."
YEAR IN REVIEW: Kananaskis, MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda in 2021

YEAR IN REVIEW: Kananaskis, MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda in 2021

Kananaskis, MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda: 2021 year in review.
COVID-19 outbreak alert watch at Lawrence Grassi Middle School

COVID-19 outbreak alert watch at Lawrence Grassi Middle School

“If the number of cases reaches 10 per cent of the student population in a class or across the school, we would be facing the closure of a class or the entire school,” the letter read.
CRPS to introduce COVID-19 vaccination policy for teachers, staff

CRPS to introduce COVID-19 vaccination policy for teachers, staff

The Canadian Rockies Public Schools school board unanimously passed the new COVID-19 vaccination policy that will begin Nov. 24 and see teachers, staff and adults entering school facilities show proof of vaccination or a recent negative test.
Four up for school board race in Canmore

Four up for school board race in Canmore

While school boards are often overlooked at municipal elections, the Canmore ward – also known as Mount Rundle – for the Canadian Rockies Public Schools has four candidates aiming for two spots.
CRPS to recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, include educational component

CRPS to recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, include educational component

“CRPS will stand beside our neighbouring Stoney Nation in aligning with our educational partners as well as the national day for Truth and Reconciliation to honour survivors and families and communities."