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Bears flatten Lethbridge as playoffs looms

Bears flatten Lethbridge as playoffs looms

The Banff Bears could not be stopped in Saturday's dominant home field victory.
Stoney Nakoda students finish trip with opening of new bike shop

Stoney Nakoda students finish trip with opening of new bike shop

“In this situation, we thought the best way to handle the bikes was to donate them to the school so they can be used year after year … We thought that was really going to become something good that they could build right into their curriculum."
Operator of Twin Falls Chalet owes Parks Canada money

Operator of Twin Falls Chalet owes Parks Canada money

The operator of the historic chalet has refused to sign a new lease because Parks Canada is seeking a percentage of her business’s gross revenue.
Wildlife underpass vandalized near Dead Man’s Flats

Wildlife underpass vandalized near Dead Man’s Flats

The RCMP are asking for the public's help to locate a man for allegedly painting a mural on the wall of a wildlife underpass on July 6.
Electric vehicle charging station opens in Canmore

Electric vehicle charging station opens in Canmore

The Peaks to Prairie project aims to establish infrastructure to support EV adoption, encourage regional travel and tackle greenhouse gas emissions within the transportation sector.
Second cannabis shop to open its doors in Canmore

Second cannabis shop to open its doors in Canmore

The store is expected to open to the public before the end of July.
Theo Fleury to be inducted in Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame in Canmore

Theo Fleury to be inducted in Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame in Canmore

Canadian hockey legend Theo Fleury leads the class of 2019 Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame inductions taking place in Canmore next week.
Canmore resident, marriage commissioner Nomi Whalen dies

Canmore resident, marriage commissioner Nomi Whalen dies

Nomi Whalen's accomplishments included being a founding member of the Alberta Human Rights Commission, serving as an alderman on Calgary's city council, and her many years as a marriage commissioner. During her time guiding couples through their nuptials, she conducted more than 6,000 wedding ceremonies. 
Canmore business builds brawn through brains

Canmore business builds brawn through brains

If Omnia Movement and Performance has its way, you won’t need to be the Six Million Dollar man to get better, faster, stronger through science
Ed and Jackie Latvala: ‘I was born in a mining community – It was in our blood’

Ed and Jackie Latvala: ‘I was born in a mining community – It was in our blood’

“When it happened, it was the end of an era, but it allowed everyone to get on with their lives.”