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RCMP warn motorists not to park along provincial highways after collision near Gap Lake

RCMP warn motorists not to park along provincial highways after collision near Gap Lake

It is illegal to park along the side of a provincial highway, however that has not deterred Albertans flocking to outdoor recreation destinations like Gap Lake – which resulted in a multi-vehicle collision along the 1A Highway on Saturday afternoon (Nov. 28)
Ouellette's Christmas display aims to lift visitors spirits

Ouellette's Christmas display aims to lift visitors spirits

Some of the inflatable decorations include Disney characters, Marvel characters, Santa and his reindeer, Snoopy flying a biplane with a propeller that spins and a 16-foot tall penguin and nutcracker
Community project connects local seniors through art

Community project connects local seniors through art

“For me it felt like something was missing from that project. Seniors are an important part of the community and they were unable to be included at the time so my goal was to have them engage with the community again.”
Rapidly rising COVID cases lead to tougher restrictions in Banff, Canmore

Rapidly rising COVID cases lead to tougher restrictions in Banff, Canmore

“If we see increasing COVID cases going into hospital, the only way to provide the space to care for them is to stop doing other services … Albertans who need other care could end up having their health conditions worsen as these COVID cases rises."
Bear Street redevelopment running three weeks behind schedule

Bear Street redevelopment running three weeks behind schedule

With Bear Street redevelopment end date pushed back, Banff administration plans to present council with options on Nov. 23 for a pedestrian zone this winter
Pine Tree Players production gets a second life

Pine Tree Players production gets a second life

“It’s exciting to finally have the chance to perform this play in front of an audience. It almost feels like we’ve been rehearsing for a year since we started in January.”
Nakoda Fire pushes to become full-time department

Nakoda Fire pushes to become full-time department

“When you have firefighters that are based here, we just care so much about the people and there is so much culture, which I think is huge,” said Colten Wildman, who at one point in 2019 was the only firefighter in the department. “I think we differ from other fire departments because we have such a strong cultural background here and our firefighters take a lot of pride in being from here and representing the Nation.”
Banff Centre unveils brand new Jenny Belzberg Theatre

Banff Centre unveils brand new Jenny Belzberg Theatre

From specially designed perforated metal coverings for the Meyer surround sound system and bevelled white-pine walls, to the brand new spacious seating and improved lighting – the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity's Jenny Belzberg Theatre will provide audiences and performing artists with an amazing experience now that its construction is complete
Emerging artist showcases work at artsPlace

Emerging artist showcases work at artsPlace

As one of the youngest female Canadian sculptors working with welded public art, the surreal artwork by Sinéad Ludwig-Burgess challenges viewers to question the notion of space and the human body
Stoney Nakoda restores traditional name to peak with racist nickname

Stoney Nakoda restores traditional name to peak with racist nickname

Anû Kathâ Îpa, translated in English is Bald Eagle Peak