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Dog licence fees going up for SPCA

Dog licence fees are going up in Canmore next year as part of an effort to provide sustainable funding to the Bow Valley SPCA.

Firearm definition added to bylaw

A definition of a firearm in Canmore’s hunting and trapping bylaw has been added and includes slingshots, bows and arrows and BB guns.
Midwife service back in valley

Midwife service back in valley

Midwifery services have returned to the Bow Valley. Meghanne Reburn, previously with Mountain Valley Midwives, is returning to the Bow Valley after a year from covering a maternity leave with Cochrane Midwives.
Scouts add chapter to Icefield history

Scouts add chapter to Icefield history

The Columbia Icefield encapsulates millions of years of geographic history. Ice and snow carve out the never-ending battle between rock and water, leaving breathtaking scenery in its wake.

Travel Alberta unveils new brand

Travel Alberta wants people to remember to breathe. That’s the tagline for the provincial corporation’s new branding campaign, unveiled last week at an annual industry conference in Banff.

Black bear moved out of Banff

A black bear in search of food throughout the Banff townsite has been removed to a remote region of Banff National Park in the hope he will den up for the winter without getting into trouble.

Councillors eligible for computer allowance

Banff’s politicians are now eligible for a $500 annual allowance if they use their own personal computer devices instead of one supplied by the Town. At a meeting Monday (Oct.

Biker injured on sabotaged trail

A Canmore mountain biker who crashed on a sabotaged trail in Banff is counting himself lucky to be in one piece, though injured after a hospital visit. On Saturday (Oct.

BHC priority points process under review

The Banff Housing Corporation’s board of directors wants to cap the residency points as part of the priority process for those seeking homes on its registered resale list. At its meeting Friday (Oct.
Crusaders silver in home tournament

Crusaders silver in home tournament

To put it bluntly, the CCHS Grade 9 boys volleyball team is on fire.