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Alberta will not hear Stoney Nakoda appeal for Fortress water application

Alberta will not hear Stoney Nakoda appeal for Fortress water application

"This means the appeal is over. The project can proceed as is."
Alberta government backs away from Kananaskis trail grooming

Alberta government backs away from Kananaskis trail grooming

“I feel like the investment that we make into Nordic skiing has a huge snowball effect on health, environmental awareness community building. It’s a small investment that has a huge return.”
Alberta government to close, privatize campgrounds

Alberta government to close, privatize campgrounds

“I don’t think that private businesses are held to account to preserve ecological processes and conservation functions of parks and protected areas; private businesses are there to make money, that’s their job."
Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

"It is important to be recognized in our own backyard."
Bow Valley sled dogs, mountain guides real stars of Disney's Togo

Bow Valley sled dogs, mountain guides real stars of Disney's Togo

Just as it took dozens of dogs to accomplish the real journey in 1925, it took 66 of the Bow Valley’s Snowy Owl Sled Dog tour company’s dog pack to complete this film. On the human side of the equation, five mushers doubled for different actors, not including Dafoe.
Special avalanche warning extended for Kananaskis Country

Special avalanche warning extended for Kananaskis Country

“It seems to be settling down in a number of regions that were originally identified, but it remains very active in the Purcells and Kananaskis Country. We are urging backcountry users in these areas to choose simple terrain or avoid avalanche terrain completely.”
A look at the year in news for the MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda and Kananaskis Country

A look at the year in news for the MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda and Kananaskis Country

The past year was a busy year for residents of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation, the MD of Bighorn and Kananaskis Country
New approach may help RCMP identify found human remains in the Bow Valley

New approach may help RCMP identify found human remains in the Bow Valley

"To be able to progress further with emerging technologies – it's great, we can start using these things and bringing closure for a family that has a missing loved one out there."
RCMP asking for help identifying human remains found in K-country in 2013

RCMP asking for help identifying human remains found in K-country in 2013

The remains from Kananaskis Country is estimated to be a male, who was last seen alive between 2008 and August 2013 with the remains found in September 2013 in the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaskis Country.
Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

“It is unfortunate that a group of people, who know that no laws are being broken, can protest this way to push their values. They want to tell us what to eat, what we can and can’t do. We at Howling Dog Tours will not accept this. We believe the freedom to choose a lifestyle is truly Canadian – we do not believe one needs to break the law to do this.”