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Cougar warning remains in place

Cougar warning remains in place

“Officers and park staff continue to monitor the area for cougar tracks and signs. The warning will be removed when they determine the cougar is no longer in the area.”
Bighorn council briefs: New interim CAO appointed

Bighorn council briefs: New interim CAO appointed

Bighorn council briefs: Frank Besinger appointed as interim CAO, MD evaluating use of transfer site and new memorial plaque policy approved.
MD of Bighorn's omnibus amendments pass first reading

MD of Bighorn's omnibus amendments pass first reading

“I know sitting on MPC, this has come up a couple of times and it seems to me it is used to check to make sure things in that first year are going as planned. What checks will be in place?”

COMMENTARY: Alberta Health Services needs strengthening, not dismantling

COMMENTARY: Province needs to strengthen and support the healthcare system
EDITORIAL: Danielle Smith government off to confusing, hectic start

EDITORIAL: Danielle Smith government off to confusing, hectic start

EDITORIAL: A lot can change in the coming months, but what’s been shown so far is the Jason Kenney era in Alberta is over and the rollercoaster ride of Danielle Smith is just beginning and potentially just a short lived sideshow in Alberta politics.
New Catholic School Board trustee endeavors to be voice for Canmore

New Catholic School Board trustee endeavors to be voice for Canmore

“I really try to advocate for Catholic education. It is really important to me that in our community that people remember and know that the Catholic school is a good option for people. It allows our students to develop through our Catholic values and it is important for that option for our community members.”
Final public hearings held for Exshaw Mountain Gateway

Final public hearings held for Exshaw Mountain Gateway

“As we know, in the Bow Valley, that when we add 100 people, we add 200 cars. I want to make sure streets and roads and planning is adequate enough at the front end that we don’t end up with problems.”
Three-Dimensional Art Show returns to guild for 17th year

Three-Dimensional Art Show returns to guild for 17th year

“The Bow Valley is full of creative people and I hope they are inspired by it all, either to go and make their own or appreciate what other people can create.”
The Battle of Jutland Mountains

The Battle of Jutland Mountains

Nestled away from in the backcountry though, you will find several mountains that highlight and celebrate the First World War history of Canada and the British Empire. Among those mountains, are a series of peaks that honour the ships of the Battle of Jutland.
EDITORIAL: Remembrance an act unique to each person

EDITORIAL: Remembrance an act unique to each person

The act of remembrance can be a precarious one. It’s not a regimented guideline, but one that can be unique to each individual as everyone experiences and remembers the past through their own lens.