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Parks working to restore native fish

Parks Canada is killing off the competition in a bid to save native fish populations in Banff National Park.
Candidates answer questions at environmental forum

Candidates answer questions at environmental forum

Canmore’s council and mayoral candidates participated in their first byelection forum on Tuesday (June 5).

BREAKING NEWS - VALLEY UNDER FLOOD WATCH

Due to extremely heavy rainfall in the Bow Valley in recent days, both the Town of Banff and Town of Canmore are on flood watch. Further, Alberta Environment has issued a flood watch advisory for the Bow River.
Orphaned bears out of den

Orphaned bears out of den

Two young orphaned grizzly bears that made it through a long winter’s hibernation without their mother have shown up alive and well near Lake Louise.

Pickleball funding announced

The federal government has announced funds for the Town of Canmore to develop a pickleball court. Wildrose Member of Parliament Blake Richards made the grant funding announcement last Friday (May 25) as part of the New Horizons for Seniors Program.

MPC seeks alternate members

The MD of Bighorn is planning to appoint alternate members to its Municipal Planning Commission.

BREAKING NEWS - Bears pull off zone three-peat

To win a zone high school championship is bliss. To repeat is divine. But three wins in a row? That's dynasty territory. For the third year in a row, the Banff Community High School boys rugby team has been crowned zone champions.
Police looking for public's help

Police looking for public's help

Canmore RCMP are looking for the public’s help after a woman was struck in the head with a rock and seriously injured on the Victoria Day long weekend.

Crown halts charges related to timeshare operation

Multiple fraud charges against two individuals and four companies in relation to a Canmore area timeshare operation have been halted by the Crown.
Students travel to Honduras to build homes

Students travel to Honduras to build homes

A group of 14 dedicated and willing students signed up early in the school year for an experience of a lifetime; to travel to Honduras and lend a helping hand in building shelter for those without one.