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World's fastest skiers making highly anticipated return to Lake Louise

World's fastest skiers making highly anticipated return to Lake Louise

The Lake Louise world cup is quickly approaching.
Wolverines football season ends in first round

Wolverines football season ends in first round

"The results didn't show a ton of progression, but I do feel like we got better and better."
Banff visitors support human use restrictions to protect grizzly bears

Banff visitors support human use restrictions to protect grizzly bears

“I was really pleasantly surprised at how many people were very supportive of prioritizing grizzly bear needs over their own recreational needs.”
QR code now required to enter Bow Valley businesses under vaccine passport program

QR code now required to enter Bow Valley businesses under vaccine passport program

Banff has three active COVID-19 cases while Canmore has seven. In the MD of Bighorn, 15 people currently have COVID-19.
Town of Banff projects $300,000 surplus

Town of Banff projects $300,000 surplus

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic led to big revenue hits for the Fenlands recreation centre and parking and traffic fines.
Surging biathlete Peiffer shoots path to world cup

Surging biathlete Peiffer shoots path to world cup

"I'm not going to decline an opportunity like this."
From refugee to 'Mountains Beast', Canmore man finds new life at gym

From refugee to 'Mountains Beast', Canmore man finds new life at gym

"I came here as a refugee on my own, no family; I didn't know why I'm here, I wasted away so years to depression, almost gave up on my life. I only find myself in the gym like three years ago and I never looked back."
Winners announced for Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival

Winners announced for Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival

The Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival, now in its 46th year, ran from Oct. 31 to Nov. 1 and announced the winners for its prestigious awards that go to filmmakers and authors.
Spur Line Trail artwork showcases community history

Spur Line Trail artwork showcases community history

“The response has been incredible. I’ve heard it’s promoting community engagement and encouraging people to stop and look at them, but also talk with one another about the art as they walk the trail which is the main point of the project to encourage engagement."
Santas Anonymous hoping to raise $50,000

Santas Anonymous hoping to raise $50,000

To help with fundraising efforts, Santas Anonymous will hold its annual silent auction and dance event this coming Saturday (Nov. 20) at Melissa’s, kicking off at 5 p.m.