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Pups born to Bow Valley pack

Pups born to Bow Valley pack

“One way to mitigate potential conflicts with wolves and get ahead of it is to do closures to give them space and secure habitat.”
Banff ready to welcome back tourists with border opening

Banff ready to welcome back tourists with border opening

“We are seeing things pick up, but we know that the domestic market really isn’t enough to fuel the summer revenue that we’re going to need to make it though next winter.”
Banff, Yoho, Kootenay facing extreme fire danger

Banff, Yoho, Kootenay facing extreme fire danger

“We obviously can’t mitigate the natural ignition sources like lightning, but the fire ban helps limit opportunities for human-caused ignitions and hopefully that makes a difference.”
RCMP member honoured for 20 years of service

RCMP member honoured for 20 years of service

“My career has been phenomenal, I’ve got to experience the various roles, policing throughout Canada. I’ve truly got to experience this country and the various sections and units and the fabulous people and staff in most of these detachments.”
Banff Food and Friends seeks volunteers, funding for September return

Banff Food and Friends seeks volunteers, funding for September return

“We’re determined to be able to open in September. I believe in our town and I believe we’re the type of place that you’re welcomed into the community, able to make a contribution and a difference. … It’s a caring community. I think you need events like this that are for and by the community to help regenerate that feeling of what a great community it is to live in.”
Energy from waste facility could be game changer for regional waste management

Energy from waste facility could be game changer for regional waste management

“If the SAEWA project is successful, we will be able to reduce that distance by 50 per cent for many municipalities and also have the ability for municipalities to have long-term budgeting for municipal works based on a dependent tipping fee at a facility that they actually have some control over. We can come up with a long-term dependable solution with predictable economic costs as well as environmental benefits.”
Adult soccer league returns to Bow Valley, teams seek players

Adult soccer league returns to Bow Valley, teams seek players

The Bow Valley Soccer League is looking for players this season to fill up rosters.
Season goals switch for golfer Matt Bean but PGA dreams still strong

Season goals switch for golfer Matt Bean but PGA dreams still strong

Canmore golfer Matt Bean is taking aim at the 3M Open pre-qualifier this Friday (July 16) for a chance to play a PGA Tour event.

Bear Street 'ready to welcome back the world'

The $9.5 million redevelopment and beautification of Bear Street is complete and was fully opened to pedestrians and slow-moving vehicles as of Monday (July 19).
Reports highlight strengths, challenges for food security in Canmore, MD of Bighorn

Reports highlight strengths, challenges for food security in Canmore, MD of Bighorn

“There’s a very clear understanding for people who work in the food sector, but folks who aren’t so familiar with some of the issues surrounding food in the Bow valley, I don’t think they necessarily see some of those issues if they’re not impacted by them or working in the field on a regular basis."