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Canmore vacation rental company files class action lawsuit

Canmore vacation rental company files class action lawsuit

Wataga Properties Inc. is seeking $180 million in damages from Lloyd's Underwriters due to loss of income from the pandemic
Contaminated soil remediation at Banff rec grounds costs $600,000

Contaminated soil remediation at Banff rec grounds costs $600,000

Councillor Peter Poole is calling on the polluter to pay for the cleanup of contaminated soil – Parks Canada
Canmore featured prominently in upcoming neo-noir novel

Canmore featured prominently in upcoming neo-noir novel

“I always had this nostalgia about the first time I visited Canmore. I love the mountain town. Being downtown and seeing the mountains surrounding you – it almost feels like you’re in a fishbowl of mountains and to me, it always seemed like the perfect backdrop for a story.”
The Crossing at Ghost River approved for overnight guests

The Crossing at Ghost River approved for overnight guests

The Crossing at Ghost River can now accommodate overnight guests in 15 designated rooms
IBU shoots down junior cup season, concern grows over world cup schedule

IBU shoots down junior cup season, concern grows over world cup schedule

The BMW IBU World Cup series is on target this season – for now – while the International Biathlon Union (IBU) has cancelled the IBU Cup’s November and December calendar, in addition to cancelling the entire 2020-21 Junior IBU Cup season
RCMP investigating fatal collision along 1A Highway

RCMP investigating fatal collision along 1A Highway

The head-on collision between a car and cube van resulted in the highway being closed to traffic for several hours
Exshaw Creek interim flood report expected later this month

Exshaw Creek interim flood report expected later this month

MD of Bighorn council is hopeful to find out more about the east Exshaw groundwater flood earlier this year, as an interim report from the hydrogeologist is expected at the October council meeting
Banff Pride returns in October

Banff Pride returns in October

"Ensuring Banff is seen as a safe space for locals and visitors in the LGBTQ2+ community only enriches this beautiful place we call home."
Paid parking proposed in Kananaskis to continue cross-country ski grooming

Paid parking proposed in Kananaskis to continue cross-country ski grooming

A paid parking pass program is being proposed to Alberta Parks that would enable cross-country ski trails to continue staying groomed in Kananaskis Country for the 2020-21 season after it was cut from the provincial budget earlier this year
Banff sponsorship policy gets final approval

Banff sponsorship policy gets final approval

“We know we have to be cautious that from time to time there’ll be interest groups wanting the Town to sell our souls. Our citizens don’t want us to sully our reputation, so we’ve created something that will avoid this.”