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Cougar destroyed after attacking off-leash dog

Cougar destroyed after attacking off-leash dog

A young female cougar was destroyed Tuesday (July 19) morning after she attacked a dog the night before – the latest encounter in a string of incidents related to the juvenile cat.

Parks hopes for best with injured bear

A female grizzly bear has been struck on the Trans-Canada Highway in Banff National Park, but it’s not known for sure if she’s survived her injuries.

CEDA and TCK merge for operations trial

Two Canmore organizations in charge of tourism and economic development are joining forces.

BREAKING NEWS - Female grizzly dead on TCH

Another female grizzly bear has died in Banff National Park at the hands of humans.

Legacy Trail solution sought

The search for a permanent solution to the safety hazard at the easternmost edge of the Banff Legacy Trail is moving forward after Wild Rose MP Blake Richards brought representatives from local municipalities and the provincial government together, M

Pine beetle numbers on decrease in province

For the second winter in a row, pine beetle numbers in southwest Alberta, including Kananaskis Country, have dwindled.

CCHS looking at UNESCO status

Canmore Collegiate High School is looking at becoming officially associated with the United Nations. CCHS began a process two years ago to become part of the UNESCO Associate Schools Project Network.

Banff to increase staff housing

The Town of Banff will spend about $125,000 to develop two new one-bedroom suites for staff housing.

Council receives passing grade

Banff’s hoteliers are giving local politicians a favourable review for their performance in the second quarter of 2011.

Banff exhibit photos needed

Banff Heritage Tourism has launched a new outdoor photo installation in Banff Avenue Square.