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"Trust must be repaired": Kenney responds to travel scandal amid low poll rankings

"Trust must be repaired": Kenney responds to travel scandal amid low poll rankings

"(The) buck stops with me," Kenney said
ArtsPlace calling on emerging artists to RISE up

ArtsPlace calling on emerging artists to RISE up

“The RISE Emerging Artists Program has always been a cornerstone of the artsPlace gallery space. ArtsPlace really wants to be the heart of this community and that means supporting emerging artists as they transition into their professional career.”
Ramblin' Hey Ho Ha's release two new singles

Ramblin' Hey Ho Ha's release two new singles

In addition to new new singles being released, the Bow Valley's Ramblin' Hey Ho Ha's plan of releasing a new album later this year
Council changes tourist home densities for Second Avenue after public hearing

Council changes tourist home densities for Second Avenue after public hearing

CANMORE – Property owners along Second Avenue who invested in developing tourist homes appeared before council during a public hearing this week to support changes being considered for the Land Use Bylaw.
Elk rescued from Bow River died more than six hours later

Elk rescued from Bow River died more than six hours later

“There was a little bit of movement in her body trying to move her legs, lifting her head and flicking her ears, and we thought she was coming around a bit, but after six-and-a-half-hours she passed.”
Alberta COVID-19 health measures extended to at least Jan. 21

Alberta COVID-19 health measures extended to at least Jan. 21

As of Wednesday (Jan. 6), there have been 1,002 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in the Bow Valley since the pandemic began. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has also announced the province's current public health measures will remain in place until at least Jan. 21; however, students will return to in-class learning Monday (Jan. 11).
New outdoor skating rink on Bear Street opens Friday at noon

New outdoor skating rink on Bear Street opens Friday at noon

Those wishing to skate on the Bear Street ice surface once it opens Friday (Jan. 8), or the one next to the high school on Banff Avenue, need to register in advance online.
UPDATED: Canmore and Banff long-term care residents receive COVID-19 vaccine

UPDATED: Canmore and Banff long-term care residents receive COVID-19 vaccine

Residents of Cascade House in Banff received the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Monday (Jan. 11) and residents of the Bow River Seniors Lodge in Canmore are scheduled for immunization on Wednesday (Jan. 13).
Banff bison herd feeling right at home

Banff bison herd feeling right at home

“It’s been a tremendous privilege for all of us at Parks Canada to work on this on behalf of all Canadians, to bring North America’s largest land mammal back to Canada’s first national park.”
Skiing prodigy Xavier McKeever has high expectations at junior world champs

Skiing prodigy Xavier McKeever has high expectations at junior world champs

“He’s always going to have that hype around him because his family is so prominent, you know, everyone’s got high expectations for him. But nobody is making him do it – he wants it."