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Local hockey team hopes good deeds wins national contest

Local hockey team hopes good deeds wins national contest

“It’s quite fun, I mean, it’s an award also for yourself ‘cause it feels good giving back to the community and helping each other."
Banff's Pauw Foundation announces $2.5M for pedestrian bridge

Banff's Pauw Foundation announces $2.5M for pedestrian bridge

“We support the vision for a pedestrian and cycle friendly town. Getting this bridge built will expand the trail network and will help get people to more areas of the Park without increasing traffic. It will also create a beautiful viewpoint for residents and visitors.”
Canmore Eagles swap a pair of players with the Grande Prairie Storm

Canmore Eagles swap a pair of players with the Grande Prairie Storm

Jirousek and Cunningham will make their Eagles’ debut at Friday's (Jan. 10) game against the Fort McMurray Oil Barrons at the Canmore Rec Centre
Mountaineer unites his two passions – climbing and mental health

Mountaineer unites his two passions – climbing and mental health

“We all have a mountain to climb, we all have challenges to overcome – it’s up to us to keep moving or sometimes come back down and take a break, re-evaluate, get stronger, add more tools in your tool belt and go from there.”
Town of Banff to look at staffing levels

Town of Banff to look at staffing levels

Consulting firm will look at Town wages and staffing levels. “It would be evaluating that we have the 'right' number of people doing the 'right' things with the 'right' equipment at the 'right' time," said Barbara King, human resources manager for Banff
Trudeau hands new minister responsible for Parks his mandate

Trudeau hands new minister responsible for Parks his mandate

The new federal minister overseeing the Parks Canada portfolio has been given his mandate for national parks.
HeARTburn festival offers 'vivacious, artistic invasion' to Bow Valley

HeARTburn festival offers 'vivacious, artistic invasion' to Bow Valley

“We'll give people the tools and ideas about how to make one and then they can do whatever they want.”
More than $6,000 in gear stolen from local musician

More than $6,000 in gear stolen from local musician

“They took everything in the van, it would have taken them a good 20 minutes to unload that thing,” said local musician Grant Slavin, who had $6,000 worth of musical instruments and gear stolen from his van overnight on Dec. 22 in Canmore. “I was in my house literally sleeping just above.”
Local Grade 7 trying to reduce paper cup use in coffee shops

Local Grade 7 trying to reduce paper cup use in coffee shops

With climate change at the forefront of many minds entering 2020, one Grade 7 student from Canmore is trying to make a difference – one coffee cup at a time
Rocky Mountain Custom Jewellery a family legacy

Rocky Mountain Custom Jewellery a family legacy

“I’m all in, I just think creating symbols for people of love and commitment and all the things that are associated with jewelry – you should use materials and processes that are in keeping with that respect for the environment and for people in other places of the world."