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Exshaw School to be repurposed after months with no solution from feds

Exshaw School to be repurposed after months with no solution from feds

“Politics has gotten in the way. I see no reason to prolong this any further, it’s the responsible thing to do to not put our system at risk, regardless of how we feel.”
Arctic adventurer shares his 'Journey North'

Arctic adventurer shares his 'Journey North'

Back in 1997, John Dunn began a very large project. His plan was to traverse Canada, south to north, by self-propelled means – hiking, kayaking and skiing.
Canmore Eagles build on team's growing confidence

Canmore Eagles build on team's growing confidence

“We are an offensive-forward team. All five guys get involved in the offence and I think right now every line can move the puck, every line can skate, every line knows their role and it’s really working well right now."
Banff Marathon is Canada’s first UN Sports for Climate Action member

Banff Marathon is Canada’s first UN Sports for Climate Action member

“It’s amazing [to be recognized] and a real testament to the efforts of the organizing committee and the participants and sponsors for the event,” said Banff Marathon race director Paul Regensburg. “It’s a lot of work to be that responsible in the sustainability department.”
Stoney Nakoda family recounts fond memories of brother shot by RCMP

Stoney Nakoda family recounts fond memories of brother shot by RCMP

Struggling with the death of his father who died in 2015 and the death of his mother, who passed away in 2016, the family said that Cavin Poucette might have been in a dark place in the months leading up to his fatal shooting in October 2017, but they do not believe he wanted to end his life
General contractor fined $75k for Canmore house explosion

General contractor fined $75k for Canmore house explosion

“I accept that real harm and financial loss occurred in the wake of this incident. Innocent people were displaced from their dwellings. Many live with the harsh reality that they were very nearly killed by the subsequent explosion."
Benefit concert brings people together in support of YWCA Bridge House

Benefit concert brings people together in support of YWCA Bridge House

"People feel like they’re part of the music."
Alex Young hopeful to be back on NHL scouting list

Alex Young hopeful to be back on NHL scouting list

"Alex is a guy that always rises to the occasion. He goes to Russia and he’s the player of the tournament, he goes to the prospects game and he’s player of the game. He is such a dynamic player and he doesn’t rely on anyone else to do his work."
Local teacher weaves together Indigenous basket making class

Local teacher weaves together Indigenous basket making class

Ktunaxa Nation member Lillian Rose led an introduction to Indigenous basket making class at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies on Wednesday (Jan. 22). The event marked the kick-off for new cultural programming coming to the museum that aims to build bridges with Indigenous artists, filmmakers, speakers and community members as a way to celebrate the traditional Bow Valley cultural trade routes.
Artist explores the many faces of darkness in latest art installation

Artist explores the many faces of darkness in latest art installation

“The piece is very much about caring for the land and having empathy for the plants and animals that are affected by developments and extraction."