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Teens conquer Grizzly swim in Canmore

Teens conquer Grizzly swim in Canmore

Over 100 swimmers tested the chilly waters of Canmore's Quarry Lake during Sunday's Grizzly Open Water Swim.
Bears flatten Lethbridge as playoffs looms

Bears flatten Lethbridge as playoffs looms

The Banff Bears could not be stopped in Saturday's dominant home field victory.
Theo Fleury to be inducted in Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame in Canmore

Theo Fleury to be inducted in Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame in Canmore

Canadian hockey legend Theo Fleury leads the class of 2019 Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame inductions taking place in Canmore next week.
Youth sports takes hit in Canmore Rec Centre renovation delays

Youth sports takes hit in Canmore Rec Centre renovation delays

Delays in renovating the Canmore Rec Centre (CRC) are concerning several user groups in the Bow Valley that rely on the facility for youth sports
Enduro riders battle muddy trails

Enduro riders battle muddy trails

Canmore’s Moya Kelly and Bryan Bell were top of their class at the Steedz Enduro last weekend
Jiu-jitsu aces strike gold in Kelowna

Jiu-jitsu aces strike gold in Kelowna

KELOWNA – Patience paid off for members of the Bow Valley Jiu Jitsu (BVJJ) as the martial art club struck gold during a recent road trip to the Okanagan.
Canmore Eagles add 8 players during signing frenzy

Canmore Eagles add 8 players during signing frenzy

CANMORE - The Canmore Eagles wasted no time recruiting players to join the mountain town club for the 2019-20 campaign, filling a big void left by departing veterans.
Raising awareness with 24 Hours of Tunnel

Raising awareness with 24 Hours of Tunnel

CANMORE - For 24 hours straight on July 10, Scott Walker, Tyler Williams and Masaki Yokota, will be embarking on a fundraising hike throughout Tunnel Mountain with all proceeds donated to the International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF) and the Banff Comm
Being cut from national team ‘lit a fire under my ass’

Being cut from national team ‘lit a fire under my ass’

CANMORE – Local rugby star Holly Phillips’ evolution as an athlete over the past 12 months brought her back to the national stage after she crashed down to a low point in the sport.
Buckley bids farewell to Wolverines

Buckley bids farewell to Wolverines

CANMORE – Football Alberta’s coach of the year Wade Buckley won a championship in his final season with the Canmore Wolverines, but the relationships built with players and coaches is what he’ll remember – and miss the most.