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Ski club meets in Banff

The last time they were in Canada was 1995. The last time they were in Banff was 1963… and now they’re back. The Ski Club of International Journalists is in Banff this week for its 58th annual meeting.

Council puts funds towards SPCA

Canmore council has agreed to put $10,000 this year from its own contingency budget towards the Bow Valley SPCA.

Auxiliary, Hospital Foundation announce funds

It is going to be a lot more comfortable giving birth at Canmore General Hospital now… well, at least for the dads.

Growth boundary change defeated

Efforts to move Canmore’s Urban Growth Boundary to include the former ranger station were defeated last week in a split vote. Council voted 3-3 on the proposed amendment to the Municipal Development Plan, which saw it defeated.

Sentence overturned on appeal

The Alberta Court of Appeal has overturned a two-year conditional sentence granted by Judge John Reilly to a drug dealer found with a virtual drug store a year ago.
Off-leash dogs attack deer

Off-leash dogs attack deer

Parks Canada is trying to track down the owners of two dogs that attacked and seriously injured a young mule deer in the Banff townsite on Saturday (April 30).

Off-leash dogs attack deer

Parks Canada is trying to track down the owners of two dogs that attacked and seriously injured a young mule deer in the Banff townsite on Saturday (April 30).

Sunshine staffers file wrongful dismissal suit

Four long-time Sunshine Village employees are claiming in a lawsuit that they lost their jobs over an incident involving the ski hill owner’s son who was busted for being in a closed area.

Liberals holding events in Canmore

Federal Liberal members of parliament will be on hand this Friday (Feb. 4) in Canmore for a town hall meeting with the community.

Cave and Basin internment exhibit moves ahead

A new exhibit on the history of First World War internments in Canada will be built adjacent to the Cave and Basin National Historic Site.