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Police seize cash after driving complaint

Canmore RCMP seized a large sum of cash and arrested a B.C. man on Wednesday (Oct. 5) after receiving a driving complaint from a member of the public. Dustin Plamondon of Kelowna was pulled over and arrested after 7 p.m.

Skateboard ban still on

A proposal to lift a late-night ban on skateboards as a mode of transportation in Banff has been put on hold until Oct. 11. On Monday (Sept.
Restoration plans in place for home

Restoration plans in place for home

The owners of one of the most significant heritage homes in Banff are planning to restore the Bankhead home to its former glory.

Harmon Gallery closing its doors

Byron Harmon has been synonymous with photography and the Canadian Rockies, specifically Banff, since 1906, creating numerous photographs that today continue to be an important record of our past.

TCK dealing with unexpected deficit

As Tourism Canmore Kananaskis tries to redefine itself into the future and mature as an organization, it is also dealing with financial baggage from the past. The destination marketing organization held its annual general meeting last Friday (Sept.
ACE RACE

ACE RACE

Peter Verheyde shoots for a hole in one during the Ace Race disk golf event at the Canmore Nordic Centre Saturday (Oct. 1).
SOGGY SKILLS

SOGGY SKILLS

Luke Fricker braves the soggy conditions as he finesses his bike across a long, skinny balance feature during the Rundle Mountain Cycling Club's Take a Kid Mountain Biking day at the Canmore Nordic Centre Saturday (Oct. 1).

Aggressive bear destroyed in Lake Louise

An aggressive grizzly bear that stalked and trapped a high-profile mountaineer and his client up a tree for more than three hours has been destroyed. The Sept.

Study details human effect on wildlife

A new study suggests wolves are quick to flee from areas near trails in the mountain national parks to avoid people, while elk seem to be using areas close to lightly-used trails as a safe haven from predators.

Kootenay highway project deferred

A $5 million project aimed at stopping wildlife from being run over and killed on the highway through Kootenay National Park has been put on hold due to the federal government's tightening of its financial belt.