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QR code now required to enter Bow Valley businesses under vaccine passport program

QR code now required to enter Bow Valley businesses under vaccine passport program

Banff has three active COVID-19 cases while Canmore has seven. In the MD of Bighorn, 15 people currently have COVID-19.
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
REMEMBRANCE DAY: Exhibit recognizes Afghanistan mission

REMEMBRANCE DAY: Exhibit recognizes Afghanistan mission

“We're trying to present a more complete picture, a more complete chronology of what we did over there. (It’s) an overview of what we did in Afghanistan, but it's still a better chronology of what's been presented to date."
Indigenous woman walking to Kamloops in recognition of residential school survivors

Indigenous woman walking to Kamloops in recognition of residential school survivors

“My heart is with the survivors. We’re walking for the survivors to show them we care. We’re walking for the children for a better future. I cannot turn around and turn in the same track twice because Canada has only gone backwards and this journey is about going forwards.”
PHOTOS: Dancing in the dark – northern lights put on a show

PHOTOS: Dancing in the dark – northern lights put on a show

PHOTOS: Aurora Borealis? At this time of year? At this time of day? In this part of the country?
AGM highlights strong year for Tourism Canmore Kananaskis

AGM highlights strong year for Tourism Canmore Kananaskis

“Tourism businesses did an amazing job to pivot their businesses to whatever they needed to do to stay open and stay afloat and make the best of the situation.”
Two Canmore candidates in race for Banff-Kananaskis NDP nomination

Two Canmore candidates in race for Banff-Kananaskis NDP nomination

Sarah Elmeligi and Gavin McCaffrey have both announced their intent to seek the NDP nomination for Banff-Kananaskis this fall
UPDATED: Badly injured BASE jumper rescued on side of EEOR near Canmore

UPDATED: Badly injured BASE jumper rescued on side of EEOR near Canmore

Local authorities acted quickly to rescue an injured BASE jumper stuck on the side of EEOR on Sunday.
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.
Expressions of interest to be examined for potential energy from waste facility

Expressions of interest to be examined for potential energy from waste facility

“Unless it’s piling up on the street, no one really cares about garbage. Many people think it goes in the bin, out to the curb and someone picks it up. That person doesn’t just take it home. It’s important to understand where your garbage and recycling go. When they understand what goes into waste management and they look at the SAEWA project and wonder why we’re not already doing it.”