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Two people facing drug possession, trafficking charges

Two people facing drug possession, trafficking charges

Two people are facing drug trafficking charges after police stopped a vehicle and found suspected fentanyl and methamphetamine.
Family narrowly escapes potential drowning on hazardous Bow River

Family narrowly escapes potential drowning on hazardous Bow River

“They had no idea that the river was that cold, or that dangerous, they just went for it and they almost paid with a family member drowning.”
New committee advocating for seniors' housing, services

New committee advocating for seniors' housing, services

“Housing is but one part of what is necessary to be a wholesome and inclusive community. Our committee believes an age-friendly community is the next step to keeping the wealth of experience and commitment of our older population within our community and in re-opening to the world.”
Canmore pilot project an early success in offering shelter from cold

Canmore pilot project an early success in offering shelter from cold

“These are individuals who I feel without the pilot program and our dedicated team and our volunteers, it might’ve been a very tough winter, especially with the cold snap. I’m really grateful we were open. These are individuals in our community, individuals who have found themselves in our community and need a shelter and it’s important we continue to support them.”
Canmore council briefs: Tax recover auction to go-ahead, additional funding for municipal electric vehicles

Canmore council briefs: Tax recover auction to go-ahead, additional funding for municipal electric vehicles

Canmore council briefs: Tax recover auction to go-ahead, additional funding for municipal electric vehicles, Epcor annual report examines past and upcoming year and Town, Canmore Golf and Curling Club update brine supply agreement.
Birds of the Bow Valley – Common loon

Birds of the Bow Valley – Common loon

The seventh week of Birds of the Bow Valley has photographer Michael W. Potter give us a glimpse a familiar bird in the common loon – an evocative symbol of wilderness, renowned for its haunting calls.
New Banff pedestrian bridge to honour Nancy Pauw legacy

New Banff pedestrian bridge to honour Nancy Pauw legacy

Stoney Nakoda representatives asked the Town of Banff to hold off on a name for the new pedestrian bridge until Stoney Nakoda has had time to complete a cultural assessment; however, the request did not make it in time for council's July 14 meeting when the bridge was officially named The Nancy Pauw Bridge
Bow Valley residents to wait to be included in Quarry Lake parking pass program

Bow Valley residents to wait to be included in Quarry Lake parking pass program

“We don’t know enough of what that would entail and we know it would mean additional resources, but we don’t know right now what those resources would be because we have to take some time to research what the most effective and efficient way of delivering the pass program regionally would be.”
Calgary Stampede rider Lacey Caldas hopes more Canucks compete at future events

Calgary Stampede rider Lacey Caldas hopes more Canucks compete at future events

"We didn't do as good as we would have liked, but, you know, you have to take what you learn from it and hopefully you get to go back to it again in the future. It's sure pretty cool to be somewhere where it's so loud – the crowd, the fireworks and other stuff – you get that at other places, but not that loud."
Science, cultural knowledge combined for Stoney Nakoda learning project

Science, cultural knowledge combined for Stoney Nakoda learning project

“I want young people to see that going to university isn’t the only path to success. Just because we’re associated with the university doesn’t mean it’s going to be that kind of white tower academic kind of thing. Science doesn’t have to be like that. Science is for everybody.”