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Cats at the hardware store part of small town character

After 2013 flood, should there be more development in Exshaw?

Not homeless, or hopeless in Canmore

Premier deserves benefit of the doubt on earplugs

Earplug stunt an affront to democracy

Editor: On April 16, Albertans voted for change, but I’m willing to bet that didn’t include a premier who hands out earplugs in the legislature to his caucus.

Congratulations Banff Hockey Academy

Editor: Congratulations to the Banff Hockey Academy’s Billy Doherty, Gary Unger and staff on completing their 25th year of operation in Banff.

Name change hits close to home

Editor: The end of this school year has special significance for staff and students at CCHS. As they say goodbye to the grads of 2019, they are also saying goodbye to the Crusader.

So many sports terms, so little time

Editor: Having played rugby with Banff in 1988 and 1992, I like to follow the team’s progress each season, mostly through your newspaper. Back in “my day,” newspaper reports were scarce, these days a weekly report is usual and eagerly appreciated.

Grateful for support in the valley

Editor: On May 25, Bow Valley Connections Centre held a bottle drive as a fundraising effort to continue the social and community programming we provide to residents of the Bow Valley living with a developmental disability.

Lougheed era leadership, vision needed for Alberta's future

Editor: I have voted conservative, provincially and federally, since I came to Canmore 50 years ago. In 1969, Peter Lougheed was elected premier of Alberta, a visionary who led this province for 12 years.