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Alberta Parks reminds campers selling reservations is illegal

Alberta Parks reminds campers selling reservations is illegal

“Having fair and equitable access to our provincial parks and protected areas is a really important goal for Alberta parks so we continue to monitor it."
Exhibits focus on education about consent, sexual violence

Exhibits focus on education about consent, sexual violence

“As resort communities, we tend to keep that pristine image and not talk about some of these problems that we face. I wanted to draw attention to it. … The number of comments I got back really showed me these issues strike a chord with our communities.”
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
'We're still here': Stoney Nakoda First Nation marches for Red Dress Day

'We're still here': Stoney Nakoda First Nation marches for Red Dress Day

On May 11, Stoney Nakoda First Nation marched for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit people who have lost their lives close to home and across the country.
Quick Canmore climber has to be at her fastest at youth worlds

Quick Canmore climber has to be at her fastest at youth worlds

"I don't know what she's going to do at worlds, but this, to me, already sets up [Oceane Gelinas] for being a threat for years to come."
SDAB to rule on stockpiling of dirt for Gateway project

SDAB to rule on stockpiling of dirt for Gateway project

A battle over dirt on the unfinished golf course – the second time in four years – will soon be decided.
CT scan hours increase could help area ambulance coverage

CT scan hours increase could help area ambulance coverage

“The biggest impact we will see is fewer ambulances out of the Bow Valley heading into Calgary. That is the key thing we are going to be watching.”
A dark chapter in Bow Valley's history

A dark chapter in Bow Valley's history

For two years during the First World War, the Bow Valley was home to one of the harshest internment camps in Canada, where hundreds were held for simply being born in a country Canada was at war with.
Canmore's Phillips, Bristol Bears clinch first playoff berth in Premier 15s

Canmore's Phillips, Bristol Bears clinch first playoff berth in Premier 15s

“I completely ran a little bit like the Tasmanian Devil – running and jumping over rucks."
Parks Canada warns elk calving season underway

Parks Canada warns elk calving season underway

“Elk will be giving birth to their young and that’s a time they tend to have a heightened level of awareness and can display aggressive behaviour to people if they feel their calves are threatened."