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Indigenous artists selling goods at online market

Indigenous artists selling goods at online market

"I feel like having a full-time Indigenous arts presence has made a big impact for the Indigenous arts community."
Cochrane RCMP charges Calgary man for suspected drug trafficking on Stoney Nakoda First Nation

Cochrane RCMP charges Calgary man for suspected drug trafficking on Stoney Nakoda First Nation

A Calgary man previously charged with drug trafficking on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation is facing further charges following a search warrant being executed on his home.
Exshaw School shifts to online learning following positive COVID-19 cases

Exshaw School shifts to online learning following positive COVID-19 cases

“Because the numbers were growing so quickly over the weekend … We made a decision for everyone to go online for both the safety of the students and staff."
Stoney Nakoda First Nation top COVID-19 hotspot in Alberta

Stoney Nakoda First Nation top COVID-19 hotspot in Alberta

Stoney Nakoda has 103 active COVID cases, with neighbouring Canmore sitting at one active case and Banff with two cases.
CRPS school board approves 2021-25 education plan

CRPS school board approves 2021-25 education plan

“It’s not just about looking at achievement, but looking at the whole child which is part of the CRPS vision. We look at wellness, mental health along with academics and ensuring we’re providing supports students need. It’s the whole child approach."
Morley RCMP arrest, charge three people on multiple counts

Morley RCMP arrest, charge three people on multiple counts

The Morley RCMP, along with the Cochrane RCMP, RCMP police dog services and RCMP traffic services, arrested two men and a woman in Morley earlier this week after their vehicle was stopped.
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

The last week in the Bow Valley saw additional public health restrictions lifted as pre-COVID-19 life slowly began to repair as tourists flocked to the valley, patios reopened and residents were out-and-about.
PHOTOS: Battle Against Drugs Walk reaches local community

PHOTOS: Battle Against Drugs Walk reaches local community

The Battle Against Drugs Walk was a solidarity protest by members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation who were raising further attention to stop drugs from circulating in the community.
Airshed region receives provincial recognition

Airshed region receives provincial recognition

The Calgary Region Airshed Zone – which includes Banff, Canmore and the MD of Bighorn – received an award from the Alberta Emeral Foundation recently for work it does to monitor and educate people about air quality in the region.
Police, municipalities warn of trespassing dangers near Seebe Dam

Police, municipalities warn of trespassing dangers near Seebe Dam

“The terrain can be unstable and the water in this stretch of the Bow River is ice-cold and especially treacherous. Water levels change without warning and strong undercurrents and undertows can drag people under or sweep them away to further dangers down the river. Anyone going to these sites is not concerned with his or her own safety. That makes them a danger to both themselves and to their friends.”