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Parks to let snails fend for themselves

Parks to let snails fend for themselves

Some of Banff’s endangered snails may be in hot water – again.

Sunshine fires back with claims in court

Sunshine Village has fired back with a series of explosive allegations about former employees at the centre of high profile labour troubles at the ski resort.

Signage project moves to next phase

The Town of Banff is continuing with the next phase of its $2.17 million project to install customized signs to better direct tourists around town.

Ski bus adding stops for next season

Banff’s ski resorts are boosting their hotel-to-hill bus services for next winter.

Levy to receive award in Banff

Canadian comedic actor and writer Eugene Levy will be honoured this June at the Banff World Media Festival.

Avalanche Foundation fundraiser planned

The Canadian Avalanche Foundation (CAF) – a separate branch of the Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA) which raises funds for Canadian Avalanche Centre initiatives – is hosting its annual Fundraising Gala event next Thursday (March 10) at the CP Rai

Lifelong Learning started

You don’t have to be young to enjoy the benefits of learning new things. That’s the idea behind a new program being offered through the Canmore Senior’s Association.

Three burns slated for 2011

Parks Canada has three prescribed burns on the books for 2011.

SPCA seeks Banff funding

Bow Valley SPCA has made a pitch to Banff town council for $5,000 in funding to help with operating costs for the no-kill adoption facility for dogs and cats. At its meeting Monday (Feb.

Council seeks input on permit fee hike

Development permit fees are set to go up significantly in Banff to cover the cost of review, approvals and enforcement. At its meeting Monday (Feb.