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PHOTOS: Battle Against Drugs Walk reaches local community

PHOTOS: Battle Against Drugs Walk reaches local community

The Battle Against Drugs Walk was a solidarity protest by members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation who were raising further attention to stop drugs from circulating in the community.
Canmore's Jacob Bernard-Docker wins gold at IIHF Worlds

Canmore's Jacob Bernard-Docker wins gold at IIHF Worlds

"I saw it coming as soon as they had that two-on-one."
Tourism industry calls on Banff to lift municipal mandatory mask bylaw

Tourism industry calls on Banff to lift municipal mandatory mask bylaw

The Banff and Lake Louise Hospitality Association is looking to the Town of Banff to align its messaging and policies to provincial health restrictions.
Public hearing on Banff bylaw changes to encourage rental housing development extended

Public hearing on Banff bylaw changes to encourage rental housing development extended

“With the rising cost of construction and lack of easily developable land in Banff, the cost of constructing new affordable residential housing is becoming increasing difficult – not financially viable,” said Philip Tarchuk.
Canmore's Kelly VanderBeek ready to capture big moments at Tokyo Olympics

Canmore's Kelly VanderBeek ready to capture big moments at Tokyo Olympics

Canmore's Kelly VanderBeek is excitedly ready to get back to reporting this summer at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
MD of Bighorn awards contract for Jura Creek debris flood mitigation

MD of Bighorn awards contract for Jura Creek debris flood mitigation

"I understand that this mitigation work is intended to protect Exshaw from debris floods, but I fear there is still too much uncertainty around groundwater issues in east Exshaw if the current mitigation design were to proceed, so I cannot support [the motion]," said Councillor Lisa Rosvold on Tuesday (June 8).
World cup in Lake Louise returns to FIS calendar, additional race included

World cup in Lake Louise returns to FIS calendar, additional race included

Lake Louise's alpine world cup dates are back on the calendar.
Cooler weather brings down rushing water levels in Bow River

Cooler weather brings down rushing water levels in Bow River

“We were actually very concerned because it did rise very quickly and it was even rising overnight,” said Silvio Adamo, the director of emergency management for the Town of Banff.
Canmore church apologizes for removing shoes left as vigil

Canmore church apologizes for removing shoes left as vigil

"Now that I think about it, I regret that I could have allowed the memorial to stay out longer to make it more visible, so people could have a sense of its importance."
Banff National Park's vaccination rate more than 90 per cent

Banff National Park's vaccination rate more than 90 per cent

“We could be as high as 91 per cent first dose for people 12 and up and nine per cent fully vaccinated,” said Silvio Adamo, the Town of Banff’s director of emergency management.