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Nugent's debut EP has strong family ties

Nugent's debut EP has strong family ties

“Ever since I can remember, I’ve been singing and making up songs. I was always very musical from an early age. I started doing musical theatre when I was about five years old.”
Cougar gets stuck in tree at wolfdog sanctuary

Cougar gets stuck in tree at wolfdog sanctuary

“Why it decided to enter the enclosure, we have no idea, but once he was in there, he regretted that decision really quickly."
Banff approves studded tire rebate program

Banff approves studded tire rebate program

Banff council voted 6-1 to approve $4,000 to fund the studded tire rebate program in a bid to promote and reward winter cycling by residents
MacIsaac-Jones wants to ‘be in the fight’ with best

MacIsaac-Jones wants to ‘be in the fight’ with best

Canmore cross-country skier Maya MacIsaac-Jones is looking for results this season
Budget 2019 changes affecting Bow Valley municipal grant revenues

Budget 2019 changes affecting Bow Valley municipal grant revenues

“We have an infrastructure deficit in this province and it just continues to crumble. We will have to replace it and we need money to do that.”
Fireside Chat features elusive Locke

Fireside Chat features elusive Locke

“Charlie has been a central figure in the mountain community here in the Bow Valley for over 50 years. He has been an outstanding climber, ski mountaineer, mountain guide and businessman. I think a lot of people would like to hear Charlie's stories.”
Wolverines come up empty at zones

Wolverines come up empty at zones

“We knew they were really strong and knew they weren’t invincible, but in the semis they played unreal. We didn’t give up a lot of unforced errors, but they were scoring two to three points for every one of ours per set.”
Local biathletes make their mark on national teams

Local biathletes make their mark on national teams

What a difference a year can make for local biathletes Aidan Millar and Matthew Strum
Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

“It is unfortunate that a group of people, who know that no laws are being broken, can protest this way to push their values. They want to tell us what to eat, what we can and can’t do. We at Howling Dog Tours will not accept this. We believe the freedom to choose a lifestyle is truly Canadian – we do not believe one needs to break the law to do this.”
Lottery introduced for day use bus seats at Lake O'Hara

Lottery introduced for day use bus seats at Lake O'Hara

Changes coming in 2020 for Parks Canada reservation system for day-use bus access and overnight camping at Lake O’Hara.