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Good moves on waste front

At last, quality progess on the garbage, recycling, waste front… For Canmore residents living near the current recycling facility on Boulder Crescent and who loudly complained about the possibility of expansion, the idea of moving recycling and stora

Sign of troubling times

It is a sad day for Canada’s national parks and all that they stand for.

Gold a testament to heart, desire

Wow. Once again, valley skiers have done this area proud.

A brand new home for bison to roam?

We’re not sure the announcement that a public information process in regard to the reintroduction of bison in Banff National Park will take place really required the presence of the minister in charge of Parks, but at least things are moving forward.

Let's not contribute to global warming

The issue of Banff staffers leaving store doors open to attract customers in winter raises several interesting issues.

Transit system welcome

If the valley’s cold snap does nothing else, the frigid weather at least helps illustrate how valuable a regional transit system will be once it’s in place.

Joining forces good opportunity

It’s good to see Tourism Canmore Kananaskis and the Canmore Economic Development Authority have joined forces. Being that the two group’s efforts are inextricably linked due to Canmore’s dependence on tourism, it seems a natural fit.

Dollars already a 2012 news item

We’re barely a week into 2012 and dollars are again top news in the Bow Valley. Dollars are always a hot topic, particularly when they pertain to how many taxpayers will be shelling out.

All the best in the new year

Each year at this time, the Outlook looks at the year past to share, one last time, the year that is about to end.

A merry Christmas to one and all out there

As Christmas Day nears, we’d like to thank everyone who threw their support and efforts into many charitable events during the past couple of weeks.