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Fenlands ‘going to be a very busy building’ this winter season

Fenlands ‘going to be a very busy building’ this winter season

“From my perspective, we are in unprecedented times here and the fact we have to take an ice sheet away so that other members of our community with other interests and other sporting interests have some place to go, I feel is the right decision at this time,” said Mayor Karen Sorensen.
Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

"It was very humbling. Way on top of the ridge, you could feel it – 200 years ago, this is where the buffalo roamed and we were in our ancestor's footsteps."
Cabaret concert connects parenthood, the arts and a pandemic

Cabaret concert connects parenthood, the arts and a pandemic

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Veterans to walk for PTSD awareness, front-line workers

Veterans to walk for PTSD awareness, front-line workers

With the many difficulties faced by front-line workers during the pandemic, Archambault said this year is about more than just the veterans. It is also about all those that have taken up the call of “service before self."
UPDATED: Missing Canmore man found

UPDATED: Missing Canmore man found

RCMP have located Mr. Lewis
New shuttle service for Moraine Lake launched during larch season

New shuttle service for Moraine Lake launched during larch season

“We will be  working hard in the park-and-ride to make sure there’s lots of space for people to physically distance and that the line-ups will be spread out."
Parks Canada quietly removes racist name from Banff trail

Parks Canada quietly removes racist name from Banff trail

While advocates struggle to remove racist terms and restore traditional names across the Bow Valley, Parks Canada has quietly changed an offensive trail name in Banff National Park
Menzies finding fastest line in unusual Enduro season

Menzies finding fastest line in unusual Enduro season

“Usually I’m super in the moment … I want to be the best, so that’s what definitely motivated me,” said U21 downhill mountain biker Jack Menzies. “But I struggled this year with COVID. I was looking for that purpose to train and what not.”
Province plans to move ahead with de-listing parks

Province plans to move ahead with de-listing parks

“The big concern is when you remove a park from the Parks system, it is no longer protected."
Banning bird-feeders to prevent luring bears into Banff

Banning bird-feeders to prevent luring bears into Banff

“It is interesting in our history that not feeding wildlife is such a pertinent part of our community, and yet somehow we get to be the council, we get to be the Grinches that say bird-feeders will potentially and probably have to go.”