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Fleeing motorist shot, Tasered

Fleeing motorist shot, Tasered

A man who attacked a Mountie with a needle and fled from police was shot before eventually being Tasered and caught about an hour later by RCMP on Friday (Feb. 12).
Man shot, Tasered after attacking cop with needle

Man shot, Tasered after attacking cop with needle

A suspect who attacked an RCMP officer with a needle and fled from police has been apprehended after being Tasered and shot by RCMP.

Ignatieff fires up Liberal machine

Bow Valley residents are concerned about housing, tourism, the environment and Canada’s role abroad, according to a series of meetings held by the federal Liberal Party of Canada.
Trio wins Wedding Fair award

Trio wins Wedding Fair award

A trio of Canmore businesses took top prize for destination weddings at a recent bridal fair in Calgary.

Council okays SSR to rezone Canmore land

There wasn’t much debate by council at its most recent Sustainability Screening Report meeting, Tuesday (Feb. 8). Local politicians accepted an SSR by Dr.

TOC backs away from garbage changes

Concerns over timing, cost and design have seen the Town of Canmore postpone its proposed downtown waste enhancement program. Manager of public works Andreas Comeau was in front of council last Tuesday (Feb.

BHC action plan moves forward

An action plan to address housing issues for Banff Housing Corporation (BHC) homeowners and members of the public is moving along.

Full day kindergarten coming to Valley schools

Elizabeth Rummel and Banff Elementary Schools will have full day English language kindergarten programs starting in August. The Canadian Rockies Public Schools Board of Trustees made the announcement on Tuesday (Feb. 1).
Owls an important part of Alberta landscape

Owls an important part of Alberta landscape

In the second part of the MD of Bighorn’s Living in the Natural Environment Speaker Series, Gordon Court, Provincial Wildlife Status Biologist with Alberta Fish and Wildlife, brought his considerable knowledge of owls and their behaviour to the Cochr

Recreational vehicles can stay

One person’s desire for fewer recreational vehicles parked on streets and driveways was not enough to convince Canmore’s council to act.