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Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary hosts open house

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary hosts open house

“Just like a lot of other businesses, we had to pivot and figure it out and see what could do to get by."
Green energy cooperative ready to launch in the Bow Valley

Green energy cooperative ready to launch in the Bow Valley

A grassroots green cooperative giving Bow Valley residents the opportunity to invest in community-generated renewable energy projects is launching soon
Provincial reports points to rainfall and snowmelt as cause for Exshaw groundwater flooding

Provincial reports points to rainfall and snowmelt as cause for Exshaw groundwater flooding

An Alberta Emergency Management Agency assessor linked the June groundwater flooding in Exshaw to rainfall and snowmelt, and an application to the Disaster Recovery Program to cover uninsured losses was denied
Bighorn asks residents to prepare to evacuate as wildfire remains out of control

Bighorn asks residents to prepare to evacuate as wildfire remains out of control

The Devil's Head wildfire that started Labour Day long weekend due to an abandoned campfire was still listed as 'out-of-control' as of Wednesday at noon
Bighorn declares local state of emergency for out of control wildfire

Bighorn declares local state of emergency for out of control wildfire

"We declared a state of local emergency because the fire is significant enough. We are preparing for the worst.”
Canmore construction company ordered to clean up sludge found in Bighorn

Canmore construction company ordered to clean up sludge found in Bighorn

Alberta Environment and Parks conducted a site survey in 2015, finding four potential contaminated areas on a site leased by Bremner Engineering and Construction Ltd. in the MD of Bighorn
Devil's Head wildfire status changed to 'being held'

Devil's Head wildfire status changed to 'being held'

Alberta Wildfire crews has 14 firefighters and five helicopters battling the blaze, which was started by an abandoned campfire on the Labour Day long weekend
Reserves expected to get CRPS through 2020-21 school year

Reserves expected to get CRPS through 2020-21 school year

"Based on this snapshot in time right now, this is looking at essentially wiping out our reserves by the end of the year," said Canadian Rockies Public School trustee Luke Sunderland
Stoney Nakoda restores traditional name to peak with racist nickname

Stoney Nakoda restores traditional name to peak with racist nickname

Anû Kathâ Îpa, translated in English is Bald Eagle Peak
Ghost society raises concerns about random camping, target shooting

Ghost society raises concerns about random camping, target shooting

“Our public lands are a rich natural landscape that attract people who enjoy the diverse outdoor opportunities that they have to offer. We are on the doorstep of ‘loving it to death’ through overuse of areas that simply do not have the infrastructure or rules in place to prevent serious and escalating damage."