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Canmore teen's dream summer steals show at animation competition

Canmore teen's dream summer steals show at animation competition

A young dreamer's animation won a virtual competition
Editorial Cartoon – June 25, 2020

Editorial Cartoon – June 25, 2020

Three Sisters Mountain Village moving forward with two area structure plans

Three Sisters Mountain Village moving forward with two area structure plans

With the final wildlife corridor for Three Sisters Mountain Village approved by the province earlier this year, the developer is moving ahead with two area structure plans expected to be in front of council for consideration of first reading this fall
Pandemic brings bus tour industry to a standstill

Pandemic brings bus tour industry to a standstill

Operators hope to be on the road again as Alberta allows more businesses to reopen
Banff survey indicates support for downtown cannabis smoking pavilions

Banff survey indicates support for downtown cannabis smoking pavilions

A Banff survey on cannabis smoking and vaping regulations shows a 'significantly wide polarization' between smokers and non-smokers
Flames icon Jarome Iginla headlines Hockey Hall of Fame's 2020 class

Flames icon Jarome Iginla headlines Hockey Hall of Fame's 2020 class

First year of eligibility
Canmore Library now offering curbside pick up service

Canmore Library now offering curbside pick up service

"Despite the earlier than expected provincial ‘green light’ our library remains closed to the public for now. There is still much for us to get into place before we will be ready for public access, and due to our location, we must also wait until Elevation Place is ready to open."
Funding support for destination marketing organizations announced

Funding support for destination marketing organizations announced

"This news is transformational for Banff and Lake Louise Tourism, and essential to our ability to rebuild demand and maintain critical programs that support Banff and Lake Louise, where the primary economic driver is tourism," said Banff and Lake Louise Tourism president and CEO Leslie Bruce.
Banff will 'jump on board' if masks become mandatory

Banff will 'jump on board' if masks become mandatory

“We will will continue to work collaboratively with all the agencies, particularly the health authority. If they do make the decision for certain mandatory requirements for masks in certain settings, we will absolutely be jumping on board.”
UPDATED: River rescues keeping Banff, K-Country teams busy

UPDATED: River rescues keeping Banff, K-Country teams busy

“The good news is they both had life jackets on, which I think saved them because one of them got pinned under the log for – his guess was 15 seconds – before he managed to pull himself to the surface.”