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Carol Picard receives Queen’s Jubilee Medal

Carol Picard receives Queen’s Jubilee Medal

“I’ve always been fascinated with politics. This grassroots level is an area that has always fascinated me because it is so impactful on our society.”
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival returns for 47th year

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival returns for 47th year

“It is hard to replicate community and seeing films with your friends with live theatre, with amazing sound systems, and so on. That is the real part of the festival we are looking forward to, getting everyone together again.”
MD volunteer crisis exacerbated by housing costs and availability

MD volunteer crisis exacerbated by housing costs and availability

“We can see that this is not unique to the Bow Valley or Alberta. It is a North American issue. I have read some stats that we have lost 100,000 volunteers in the last decade across North America.”

COMMENTARY: Primary health care in crisis

Primary care is the cornerstone of a high-functioning healthcare system. Yet, many Albertans are struggling to find a family doctor, or if they are lucky enough to have a family doctor, to get an appointment in a timely fashion. 
Stoney Nakoda artist shares Stories from the Îethka at Inglewood Bird Sanctuary

Stoney Nakoda artist shares Stories from the Îethka at Inglewood Bird Sanctuary

Stories from the Îethka, a series of three oil paintings and one pencil drawing by Îyârhe Nakoda artist Gordon Wesley, is the fall instalment of a year-long rotating art exhibition series from the City of Calgary highlighting the work of Treaty 7 Indigenous artists and their connection to the land.
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
Blake Richards named shadow minister of Veterans Affairs

Blake Richards named shadow minister of Veterans Affairs

“Hearing what their needs are, hearing what their ideas are, and trying to put those into action. Much like any issue you are working on, there are lots of things people are paying attention to, lots of issues to be addressed.”
Canmore non-profit creating packs of educated 'howlers'

Canmore non-profit creating packs of educated 'howlers'

“It’s an opportunity for everybody to connect or reconnect with parts of themselves that they may not have acknowledged before, or it’s an opportunity to grow parts of themselves,”
EDITORIAL: Limiting human-wildlife conflicts is everyone's responsibility

EDITORIAL: Limiting human-wildlife conflicts is everyone's responsibility

The recent killing of a mamma black bear and two cubs have once again shined a light on the role humans have in preventing human-wildlife conflicts. The Bow Valley has long prided itself on limiting human-wildlife conflicts and for good reason.
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