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LETTER: Parks Canada reducing sightseeing opportunities for some people

LETTER: Parks Canada reducing sightseeing opportunities for some people

Editor: I read Parks Canada will be introducing new cycling opportunities in Banff National Park. It could just as easily read "Parks Canada removes sightseeing Opportunities."

LETTER: Protect the place you love

Editor: “Our most valuable assets are the land we live on, the air we breathe, the water we drink. These are irreplaceable natural ecosystems.
LETTER: Be mindful of pedestrians as weather improves

LETTER: Be mindful of pedestrians as weather improves

Editor: At this time of year when pedestrians are more active in the Town of Banff, I would like to remind delivery vehicles and taxis to slow down on our residential streets.
LETTER: Jason Kenney continues to slide in the polls

LETTER: Jason Kenney continues to slide in the polls

Editor: Just when I thought it couldn't be done, Premier Jason Kenney proved me wrong. As he keeps slip-sliding away in the polls, hitting an all-time low, Kenney said "the only poll that matters is on election day."

LETTER: We can change course and learn from past mistakes

Editor: I am not in favour of lying to children. As a father, mentor, artist, educator and entertainer, I believe that honesty is the best policy.

LETTER: There is no need to compromise on TSMV

Editor: Your editorial (March 25, 2021) urges compromise concerning Three Sisters Mountain Village development. Only compromise is genuinely democratic; any outright refusal of the proposals is “extreme.
LETTER: Town council needs to do more to address their Climate Action Plan

LETTER: Town council needs to do more to address their Climate Action Plan

Editor: It has become increasingly apparent that the Town of Canmore is failing to follow through on the Climate Action Plan (CAP) which was passed unanimously by Town Council over two years ago.

LETTER: Businesses can benefit, or cost a community

Editor: At the TSMV online meeting last week, Mayor John Borrowman reminded us that developers are businessmen, who need to make a profit.

LETTER: Effects of TSMV development 'profound and permanent'

Editor: Lost in the dense and often confusing details regarding the Three Sisters Mountain Village development project in Canmore is the sheer magnitude of the current proposal compared to earlier proposals.
LETTER: More work needed on Three Sisters proposed development to align with Climate Action Plan

LETTER: More work needed on Three Sisters proposed development to align with Climate Action Plan

Editor: I am writing to clarify the position of Bow Valley Climate Action with respect to the Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) area structure plans (ASPs). Our group does not support the ASPs as currently written from a climate action perspective.