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Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

Dog sled operators respond to activist arrests, call for better regulations

“It is unfortunate that a group of people, who know that no laws are being broken, can protest this way to push their values. They want to tell us what to eat, what we can and can’t do. We at Howling Dog Tours will not accept this. We believe the freedom to choose a lifestyle is truly Canadian – we do not believe one needs to break the law to do this.”
Arrests following activist group's occupation of sled dogs tour's kennel

Arrests following activist group's occupation of sled dogs tour's kennel

15 members of Direct Action Everywhere were arrested by Canmore RCMP at Saturday's (Nov. 16) protest
Canmore RCMP arrest 15 protestors at dog kennel

Canmore RCMP arrest 15 protestors at dog kennel

15 people were arrested Saturday (Nov. 16) for allegedly breaking in to a local kennel to "protest the treatment of the dogs”
Air monitoring comes to Canmore

Air monitoring comes to Canmore

"We are very excited to be able to bring portable units out to Canmore to monitor in the Bow Valley. This is the first ambient long-term monitoring in the Bow Valley and we are excited to be able to provide it."
Moment of silence honours Canadian veterans

Moment of silence honours Canadian veterans

It is a tradition that is more than a century old and one communities in the Rocky Mountains hold dear, as organizers prepare for the annual Remembrance Day ceremonies across the valley
Stoney Nakoda painter looks to memorialize legendary ancestor

Stoney Nakoda painter looks to memorialize legendary ancestor

Stoney Nakoda artist sets out to capture the heroic story of his great-grandfather through his painting
Canmore RCMP asking for help identifying thieves

Canmore RCMP asking for help identifying thieves

Canmore RCMP set up surveillance cameras at a local trailhead parking lot to help identify and catch suspects wanted in connection to multiple incidents of thefts from vehicles over the past month in the Bow Valley
Exshaw replaces pedestrian bridge, major components of flood mitigation complete

Exshaw replaces pedestrian bridge, major components of flood mitigation complete

The bridge, which was previously known as the "Yellow Bridge," was damaged in the 2013 flood and did not initially have secured funding when the overall Exshaw Creek mitigation project plans were unveiled in January
Polling data from federal election shows mixed results for Bow Valley communities

Polling data from federal election shows mixed results for Bow Valley communities

Recently released poll by poll results revealed some municipalities in the Bow Valley stayed in line with the majority of the province, such as Bighorn, Exshaw and Canmore which all voted Conservative, while other communities such as Lake Louise, Banff and Morley had different results.
Conservative MP re-elected for a fourth term

Conservative MP re-elected for a fourth term

"Of course housing issues, labour shortages, all these things are critically important to the Bow Valley and these are issues that will certainly be on my radar screen."