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Stoney Nakoda woman sentenced two years for manslaughter

Stoney Nakoda woman sentenced two years for manslaughter

CALGARY –A Stoney Nakoda woman is heading to the Okimaw Ochi Healing Lodge in Saskatchewan after a Calgary judge handed down a two-year sentence on June 28 related to the 2016 death of Brennon Riley Twoyoungmen.
Parks bars business owner from historic chalet

Parks bars business owner from historic chalet

YOHO – The operator of the historic Twin Falls Chalet in Yoho National Park has been locked out of the business she has run for the past 57 years.
Wildlife fence damaged by vandal

Wildlife fence damaged by vandal

DEAD MAN’S FLATS – A vandal cut a hole in the wildlife exclusion fence on the Trans-Canada Highway, putting both people and wildlife in danger.
Local hardware store forced to evict resident cats

Local hardware store forced to evict resident cats

CANMORE – Jasmine, otherwise known as Jazzy, and Molly can often be found lounging in chairs, jumping from shelves or wandering down the aisles of Canmore’s Home Hardware.
Canmore fire hall future location part of 2020 budget process

Canmore fire hall future location part of 2020 budget process

CANMORE – The future location for a new fire hall in Canmore will be decided through the 2020 budget process, after council voted to accept a study examining possible locations as information.
Banff invests in more solar power

Banff invests in more solar power

BANFF – The Town of Banff is hoping to put solar panels on the roof of the waste transfer building.
RCMP searching for missing paddleboarder at Lake Herbert

RCMP searching for missing paddleboarder at Lake Herbert

LAKE LOUISE – RCMP are bringing in a dive team on Monday (July 1) to help search for a paddleboarder that went missing in the water the day before at Lake Herbert in Banff National Park.
Woman dead after fall at Grassi Lakes rock climbing area

Woman dead after fall at Grassi Lakes rock climbing area

A woman has died after she fell at Grassi Lakes rock climbing area Saturday (June 29) afternoon, according to the Canmore RCMP. Alberta Health Services told the Outlook they were called to a Spray Lakes trailhead at around 12:30 p.m.
Province relaxes liquor consumption rules for day-use areas

Province relaxes liquor consumption rules for day-use areas

KANANASKIS – The government of Alberta has announced beginning at noon on Friday (June 28) that liquor consumption will be permitted in select day use area picnic sites in provincial parks.
Twin Falls chalet operations uncertain for 2019 summer season

Twin Falls chalet operations uncertain for 2019 summer season

YOHO – Future operation of the historic Twin Falls Chalet and teahouse in Yoho National Park is uncertain.