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Scientists call on Alberta government to lift ban on rehabilitating orphaned grizzly bear cubs

Scientists call on Alberta government to lift ban on rehabilitating orphaned grizzly bear cubs

“These three cubs are not being saved by being in a zoo. This is not a happy ending for wild animals. This is condemning these bears to a life in captivity where they do not belong."
Canmore council votes to reduce municipal property taxes to 2019 levels

Canmore council votes to reduce municipal property taxes to 2019 levels

Canmore's elected officials reduced capital project budgets in 2020 by $1.2 million in order to bring municipal property tax rates to 2019 levels
Alberta reports possible case of syndrome linked to COVID-19

Alberta reports possible case of syndrome linked to COVID-19

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MISC), seems to develop several weeks to a month after children and adolescents are infected with the coronavirus.
National parks gradually reopening, focusing on education and safety

National parks gradually reopening, focusing on education and safety

Parks Canada will reopen Banff National Park on June 1 and while Albertans will be able to access some trails, day-use areas and green spaces, visitor services and facilities will remain closed
Terry Fox Run going virtual in 2020

Terry Fox Run going virtual in 2020

The 2020 Terry Fox Run is going virtual Sept. 20
String of bike thefts prompts Canmore RCMP to ask for information

String of bike thefts prompts Canmore RCMP to ask for information

"We need statements and we need people to tell us so we can investigate it. We are continuing to investigate all [reported] thefts, but the best way to bring it to a successful conclusion is to contact us."
Food and Friends goes semi-weekly, province grants $200k to Bow Valley

Food and Friends goes semi-weekly, province grants $200k to Bow Valley

"I know some people look at this town and think everyone is [affluent], but there are serious pockets of need.” 
Y2Y working on modelling future development scenarios for wildlife movement

Y2Y working on modelling future development scenarios for wildlife movement

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is asking the Town of Canmore and other government stakeholders to participate in a project to model the cumulative effect of future development scenarios to better understand human-wildlife coexistence in the valley
Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

Province identifies 22 new cases of COVID-19

There have been 22 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 identified in Alberta – bringing the provincial total to 714 active cases
Lake Louise world cup plans 'moving forward' until further notice

Lake Louise world cup plans 'moving forward' until further notice

“A working group will be established with all stakeholders represented keeping inline with current and future health, safety, travel, quarantine and other restrictions for athletes, teams, volunteers, communities and officials."