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Bad Law completes decade-long trilogy for retired judge

Bad Law completes decade-long trilogy for retired judge

“I learned from the Stoney people that punishment was not the only way to deal with wrongdoing. And this was one of the basic differences between the white man’s way of looking at justice and their way of looking at justice."
Canmore RCMP asking for help identifying thieves

Canmore RCMP asking for help identifying thieves

Canmore RCMP set up surveillance cameras at a local trailhead parking lot to help identify and catch suspects wanted in connection to multiple incidents of thefts from vehicles over the past month in the Bow Valley
Exshaw replaces pedestrian bridge, major components of flood mitigation complete

Exshaw replaces pedestrian bridge, major components of flood mitigation complete

The bridge, which was previously known as the "Yellow Bridge," was damaged in the 2013 flood and did not initially have secured funding when the overall Exshaw Creek mitigation project plans were unveiled in January
Budget 2019 sets aside money for wildlife overpass

Budget 2019 sets aside money for wildlife overpass

“$20 million has been budgeted to construct wildlife fencing and overpasses across the province, with the corridor between Calgary and Banff ranked as a top priority,” said Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin.
Artists and musicians unite to fundraise for women’s shelter

Artists and musicians unite to fundraise for women’s shelter

“It’s very humbling and inspiring for us to have people and organizations like Donna Jo’s that take this on as their own — They’ve taken it upon themselves to do something in a proactive way and to help support us.”
Local quarterback steps up for Ottawa Gee-Gees

Local quarterback steps up for Ottawa Gee-Gees

From third string to starter, local quarterback Matt Mahler reflects on his season with the Ottawa Gee-Gees
Hospital clerk retires after 56 years

Hospital clerk retires after 56 years

After 56 years, Shirley Pearson retires from Mineral Springs Hospital. A community retirement celebration for her will be held on Friday (Nov. 1)
Eagles survive third period scare against Kodiaks

Eagles survive third period scare against Kodiaks

The Eagles held off the Kodiaks third period push for a 4-3 win on Friday (Nov. 1) evening at the Canmore Rec Centre
Rocky Mountain Books celebrates 40 years of publishing

Rocky Mountain Books celebrates 40 years of publishing

To celebrate 40 years of mountain storytelling, Rocky Mountain Books will be hosting Rough Draft during the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival – the free social event on Saturday (Nov. 2), is from 5-7 p.m. at the Kinnear Centre on the second floor patio
Photo Gallery: Opening day at Mt. Norquay Ski Resort

Photo Gallery: Opening day at Mt. Norquay Ski Resort