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Local Every Child Matters walk invites all to take steps toward truth and reconciliation

Local Every Child Matters walk invites all to take steps toward truth and reconciliation

“The main goal is to bring all of the local communities together with this event,” said Powder.
Rosin: Leadership a unifying process for UCP

Rosin: Leadership a unifying process for UCP

“We can’t just tell Westjet to put a vaccine passport on all flights only out of Alberta. They are not going to do that because they operate on an international market.”
Three Sisters Indigenous mural adds colour, culture to downtown Canmore

Three Sisters Indigenous mural adds colour, culture to downtown Canmore

“This mural project is clarifying the story and the importance behind the mountains for us,” said Suwatâgâ-Mu, of the Îyârhe Nakoda First Nation Bearspaw band. “The association of the mountains with nuns just sort of whitewashes everything.”
Public hearing set for Exshaw Mountain Gateway

Public hearing set for Exshaw Mountain Gateway

“I’m think it is really important we take those next steps with the public input and information before we go much further so we know what everyone is looking for, looking at, and what their concerns are."
Arguments for Court of Appeal case submitted by TSMVPL, Stoney, LPRT

Arguments for Court of Appeal case submitted by TSMVPL, Stoney, LPRT

The arguments to decide if an appeal can move forward on the Land and Property Tribunal orders for the Town of Canmore to approve a pair of area structure plans were filed by all parties.
Data collection on Exshaw groundwater study to finish by October

Data collection on Exshaw groundwater study to finish by October

“They are going to do the last of the data download this month. They will also be removing all the instrumentation. They don’t want to leave it out in the wintertime because it is very delicate and can be damaged.”
Stoney Health Fair celebrates community resilience, highlights growing programs

Stoney Health Fair celebrates community resilience, highlights growing programs

“Our community, our people … are very resilient,” said Khan. “This year we really wanted to honour and celebrate that together, acknowledging some of the successes we’ve made after a trying last few years.”
Conditions updated for Dead Man’s Flats outdoor rink

Conditions updated for Dead Man’s Flats outdoor rink

“I don’t understand how maintain a manhole chamber became part of the community association’s responsibilities. I don’t think it would have ever been a condition presented by administration. I am glad we are striking it.”

COMMENTARY: Food for a healthy planet and healthy people

COMMENTARY: Agricultural land covers 40 per cent of the global land mass and food production accounts for up to 30 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Now more than ever, we have to pay attention to how we eat in order to keep ourselves and our planet healthy.
Art Guild exhibit to help visitors understand connections

Art Guild exhibit to help visitors understand connections

“We like to have a range of work to show people that we are inclusive, we are trying to spread the word that if you are creative in any media, you can show at the gallery. We have a really good cross section right now of different pieces.”