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Air monitoring comes to Canmore

Air monitoring comes to Canmore

"We are very excited to be able to bring portable units out to Canmore to monitor in the Bow Valley. This is the first ambient long-term monitoring in the Bow Valley and we are excited to be able to provide it."
Town of Canmore increases budgets for organic diversion and solar power projects

Town of Canmore increases budgets for organic diversion and solar power projects

Canmore council has approved a change in scope and budget for two upcoming capital projects – adding sprinklers to the expanded area at the waste transfer station to support organic diversion for $450,000 and installing additional solar panels on Elevation Place.
Kenney announces widening of Highway 1A through Stoney Nakoda First Nation

Kenney announces widening of Highway 1A through Stoney Nakoda First Nation

“We’ve finally successfully concluded an issue that has been discussed for over 30 years,” Premier Jason Kenney said. “I always say that Reconciliation cannot just be symbols and words it has to be actions. Today we are active.”
Parks Canada studying status of sick sheep

Parks Canada studying status of sick sheep

Parks Canada has radio-collared 17 sheep and six mountain goats in Banff National Park to get information on their health and population status
Green Spark Group pushing for sustainable film making

Green Spark Group pushing for sustainable film making

“We are in a climate crisis right now — It is imperative for every single industry to be talking about what they’re doing and actively working on to reduce impacts.”
Banff Craft Beer Festival a 'mountain adventure'

Banff Craft Beer Festival a 'mountain adventure'

Banff Craft Beer Festival offers an exciting excursion into the Rockies paired with one-of-a-kind handcrafted brews
Sunshine Village's Slush Cup receives Alberta Tourism award for best event of the year

Sunshine Village's Slush Cup receives Alberta Tourism award for best event of the year

Sunshine’s Slush Cup was awarded the Tourism Event or Festival Award, while Parks picked up the Tourism Content Award for its Bison Reintroduction Backcountry Science web series at the Alberta Tourism Awards at the end of October
Photo Gallery: Remembrance Day – Lest We Forget

Photo Gallery: Remembrance Day – Lest We Forget

Bow Valley residents submitted tributes to their loved ones who were in the military to share with the community on Remembrance Day in honour of their service
Rush to Danger shares stories of medical personnel in the line of fire

Rush to Danger shares stories of medical personnel in the line of fire

In February 1945, during the Battle of the Bulge, Sgt. Alex Barris, a 22-year-old medic with the U.S.
Sheepdog Brewing supporting Poppy Fund with new beer

Sheepdog Brewing supporting Poppy Fund with new beer

“I’ve had the vision to do a Remembrance Day beer for a few years now — I’ve got a lot of friends who are in the military.”