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Bow Valley Olympian, prospect flex skill at Tour de Bowness

Bow Valley Olympian, prospect flex skill at Tour de Bowness

“I took off with a kilometre left and two guys jumped on the back of me. Eventually, I just rode them off the wheel with like 100 metres left.”
Ukrainians starting new lives in Bow Valley

Ukrainians starting new lives in Bow Valley

“Displaced Ukrainians and evacuees often arrive with the trauma of suddenly fleeing a war that is ravaging their home country. They’re thinking about family and friends that are still there.”
AHS issues order for Banff home with 42 beds, mattresses

AHS issues order for Banff home with 42 beds, mattresses

A Banff home has had an Alberta Health Services enforcement order issued against it after an inspection found at least 42 beds and mattresses for people to live on the property.
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
RCMP charge man with second degree murder in relation to death of Banff local

RCMP charge man with second degree murder in relation to death of Banff local

A 22-year-old Banff man has been charged with second degree murder after the death of a 26-year-old Banff man Friday night.
Stoney Nakoda First Nation member calls Pope's apology incomplete

Stoney Nakoda First Nation member calls Pope's apology incomplete

Wildman said she believes the apology was incomplete in more ways than one and that Stoney Nakoda First Nation wasn’t represented without mention of the United Church, or any of the other many denominations of Christianity responsible for their role in residential schools and colonization.
Fire ban in place for Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks

Fire ban in place for Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks

Parks Canada has announced a fire ban in Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks until further notice.
Little libraries in Banff encourage reading, community involvement

Little libraries in Banff encourage reading, community involvement

“In terms of Banff, there has been discussion over the years, and it goes back to the Banff community social assessment where people want opportunities to connect with their neighbours and other members of the community. Little libraries are a great example of social infrastructure, so places that support social connection in neighbourhoods and communities as a whole.”
RCMP investigating a homicide in Banff

RCMP investigating a homicide in Banff

Police are investigating a homicide after a 26-year-old man was killed early Friday morning in Banff.
EDITORIAL: Words are meaningful, impactful

EDITORIAL: Words are meaningful, impactful

EDITORIAL: The words that were written will not be forgotten, but they can be forgiven, though not without time, actions and understanding.