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Wheeler House demolished

The Wheeler House came crashing down earlier this week.
Mary Dumka to be honoured

Mary Dumka to be honoured

When it comes time to hang ‘em up, call it a day or walk off into the sunset, a person hopes to leave some kind of legacy behind.
Shooting demonstrates replica weapon dangers

Shooting demonstrates replica weapon dangers

When a series of armed robberies resulted in a man being shot and killed on a Canmore street, Jan. 10, the fact the suspect was wielding a replica weapon is an example of the difficulty police officers face in the line of duty.

Guidelines put Norquay summer use back on table

Proposed site guidelines unveiled by Parks Canada last week for Mount Norquay set the stage for the ski area to introduce a variety of summer uses.

Tourism on the rise in Canada

Spending on tourism is on the rise in Canada, according to Statistics Canada, giving hope to the industry that business is finally turning around following a slump caused by the recession.

Water summit identifies common challenges

Explosive urbanization – not unlike what has transpired in and around Calgary and Canmore in the past few decades – and its effects on local water supply dominated discussions at the Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy in Buenos Aires, Arge

BREAKING NEWS: Two backcountry skiers dead in K-Country avalanche

Two people are dead after an avalanche swept through the Burstall Pass area of Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaskis Country on Saturday (Jan. 15) afternoon.

Serial armed robber shot dead by Canmore RCMP

A string of daylight armed robberies ended in gunfire on Monday (Jan. 10) afternoon when Canmore RCMP members shot and killed a suspect in the crimes. The man shot has been identified as a 62-year-old Canmore resident known to police.
Canmore-based comic company telling Canadian stories

Canmore-based comic company telling Canadian stories

Deep beneath the Rocky Mountains, a team of writers and artists are hard at work in their secret lair producing a line of comics, graphic novels and audio books. Even though the entertainment company was founded in the U.K.

Railway fencing axed

In a tight split, Canmore council has voted down a proposed project to install fencing along the railway right of way between the high school and Bow Valley Trail.