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Canmore’s Howe breaks from speed skating to medal at provincial cycling

Canmore’s Howe breaks from speed skating to medal at provincial cycling

He might be known for slicing through ice on a pair of skates, but put two wheels under Canmore’s Connor Howe and watch him go.
Canmore RCMP charge two men with bike thefts, fraud

Canmore RCMP charge two men with bike thefts, fraud

Two Calgary men are facing multiple charges following a month-long investigation into bike thefts and frauds in Canmore.
Rookie Borstmayer finds podium often at Canmore road fest

Rookie Borstmayer finds podium often at Canmore road fest

“Part way through I had a good feeling I could get a good result in this and it worked out in the end.”
Province enforcing Kananaskis user-fee pass

Province enforcing Kananaskis user-fee pass

“Over the May long weekend, checks indicated a compliance rate of more than 89 per cent.”
Dancers ready to dazzle Canmore

Dancers ready to dazzle Canmore

“After this long, I think the community is really excited to see us back. We’re excited to be back.”
Alberta teachers narrowly accept mediated settlement

Alberta teachers narrowly accept mediated settlement

Members of the Alberta Teacher's Association voted 51.1 per cent to 48.3 per cent to accept the mediator's recommendations for a new collective agreement.
Banff mayor takes in climate change workshop at FCM

Banff mayor takes in climate change workshop at FCM

“We should all know that climate change is an imminent threat to this park and our home and our lives as we know it, as well as our livelihoods, and there’s absolutely an economic cost that’s going to come with the very real effects of climate change.”
Female grizzly bear killed on Trans-Canada Highway in Yoho

Female grizzly bear killed on Trans-Canada Highway in Yoho

“This is another disappointing loss because it is a female that’s at reproductive age,” said David Laskin, wildlife ecologist for Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay field unit.
Canmore council strategic plan focuses on affordability, livability

Canmore council strategic plan focuses on affordability, livability

“It may seem symbolic, but it’s absolutely necessary in order for us to continue and advance on advocacy. … We’re not alone and we like to think we’re super unique and I think we might actually have a lot in common with remote northern communities with the struggles in building income appropriate housing. It’s out there and the advocacy is happening."
Wildfire exercise prepares for worst, aids in coordination

Wildfire exercise prepares for worst, aids in coordination

“These exercises are invaluable. There’s so much learning that comes out of it. This forces us to integrate our communications to work together and it’s great to build relationships with these agencies. If an actual incident happens, it helps understand all the players, the jurisdictions and the roles of everyone.”