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Bow Valley squash group hosting free ‘try-it’ programs

Bow Valley squash group hosting free ‘try-it’ programs

A free 10-week fall program is available to anyone interested in trying the indoor game of squash.
MD hosting visioning sessions throughout October, November

MD hosting visioning sessions throughout October, November

“I hope we get a renewed sense of what the community is looking for. What our residents are looking for, coming from the conversations the visioning sessions will invoke.”
Banff Centre receives $750,000 gift

Banff Centre receives $750,000 gift

“It shows the respect that we have across the country. It is a huge statement and a huge sign of support for the Banff Centre.”
Robert Ellis out as MD of Bighorn CAO

Robert Ellis out as MD of Bighorn CAO

“Our council is in a point of adjustment right now. We have asked Shaina Tutt to be our acting CAO, while we are in the process of finding an interim CAO.”
Email mistake moves Exshaw Mountain Gateway public hearings

Email mistake moves Exshaw Mountain Gateway public hearings

“Council had a previous discussion to make sure we were all available that day. This date works with council, administration and the developer too.”
New Art Guild exhibit explores minimalist views around us

New Art Guild exhibit explores minimalist views around us

“Minimalism is by definition, to my experience, often found on more simplified landscapes. They exist in mountainous areas but I found them easier to find in rural landscapes, in agricultural communities. I think a lot of people look to these and relate to the themes they see in front of them.”

EDITORIAL: Debate, discussion important for any successful democracy

It’s been said democracy is messy, hard and never easy. The paraphrasing of Robert F. Kennedy is one that rings true when coming to conclusions on decisions that will impact the lives of people.
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
Banff hiring fair returns as demographic shift changes labour market

Banff hiring fair returns as demographic shift changes labour market

“It is a job-seekers market for sure. We had a record-breaking 600 people last time. I am interested to see what we get this year.”
New book highlights film history of Bow Valley, Stoney Nakoda

New book highlights film history of Bow Valley, Stoney Nakoda

“A lot of the early directors were sympathetic to what was going on with the Indigenous populations and the Nakoda were very proactive and they knew what they were doing, and they formed relationships with the directors. They aligned themselves with powerful people who could help them. That is probably one of the biggest things that preserved their culture for them. They were very proactive.”