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Canmore Eagles games cancelled due to positive COVID case

Canmore Eagles games cancelled due to positive COVID case

Two Eagles games have been cancelled due to a positive COVID-19 case on the team with the possibility of more cancellations in December
UPDATE: Quebec skiers among positive cases of COVID-19 outbreak in Canmore

UPDATE: Quebec skiers among positive cases of COVID-19 outbreak in Canmore

Members of a Quebec ski team are among those quarantined in Canmore after a COVID outbreak within the Nordic ski community
New bouldering gym coming to Canmore 'excited to offer different option'

New bouldering gym coming to Canmore 'excited to offer different option'

The new bouldering gym is expected to open in January 2021
COVID-19 outbreak quarantines Nordic skiers in Canmore

COVID-19 outbreak quarantines Nordic skiers in Canmore

"There are 11 cases tied to this outbreak – all are active."
Canadian cross-country ski team backs out of world cups until 2021

Canadian cross-country ski team backs out of world cups until 2021

Canada's top cross-country skiers won't be competing overseas this year
Canmore Eagles burn Dragons in season opener

Canmore Eagles burn Dragons in season opener

The hometown Eagles brought the heat Friday night (Nov. 13) in the season opener against the Drumheller Dragons.
NHL draftee Alex Cotton has winning in sight with limited games as Canmore Eagle

NHL draftee Alex Cotton has winning in sight with limited games as Canmore Eagle

The Eagles season home opener is Friday (Nov. 13) against the Drumheller Dragons at 7 p.m.
Community rallies behind Olympian’s baby battling rare cancer

Community rallies behind Olympian’s baby battling rare cancer

“It’s really hard when there’s a sick kid and you don’t know how to help,” said extended family member Lisa Rosvold. “By making a donation, you’re letting them know you’re thinking of them and you’re helping alleviate maybe a financial stress because really that’s one of the stresses we can help with right now.”
'Good old guy' Howie Meeker talked hockey over ‘cheese and a sip’ in Canmore visits

'Good old guy' Howie Meeker talked hockey over ‘cheese and a sip’ in Canmore visits

Meeker, a four-time Stanley Cup champion who passed away over the weekend at the age of 97, made a couple memorable visits during the 1960s to Canmore's Rundle Mountain Trading Company
Golf generated $18.2 billion in economic benefits for Canada in 2019 : report

Golf generated $18.2 billion in economic benefits for Canada in 2019 : report

The $18.2-billion economic impact of golf represents a 14 per cent increase in contribution to Canada's gross domestic product