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Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert started as a news reporter at the Rocky Mountain Outlook in 2006, and left town briefly in 2012 to be editor of a weekly newspaper in Whistler, B.C. In 2018, she took the position of editor at the Outlook. She has also won national and provincial news-writing awards for her coverage of the 2013 flood in Canmore.

Recent Work by Tanya

Banff council approves new street design guidelines

Banff council approves new street design guidelines

"This beautiful best look approach presented in these guidelines – some of those are going to be pretty expensive."
COVID-19 public health crisis timeline – local, provincial and national headlines

COVID-19 public health crisis timeline – local, provincial and national headlines

A timeline of the COVID-19 public health crisis in local, provincial and national headlines – updated daily
Banff to explore cogeneration opportunity at wastewater treatment plant

Banff to explore cogeneration opportunity at wastewater treatment plant

Banff council approved spending an additional $15,000 this year for an engineering analysis to explore the idea of installing a cogeneration unit at the municipality's wastewater treatment plant
Town of Banff activates its municipal emergency plan in response to COVID-19

Town of Banff activates its municipal emergency plan in response to COVID-19

"All cases in Alberta so far are travel-related," said Banff's director of emergency management Silvio Adamo in a press release. "As a destination for travellers from around the world, the Bow Valley is likely to have a case emerge here. That is why we all must take extra steps to prevent the spread.”
Innovate Canmore to give back funds for economic impact study

Innovate Canmore to give back funds for economic impact study

"We had to move away from funding from governments," said Innovate Canmore's Brian McClure said. "Moving forward, we know we are heading in the right direction." 
Banff council votes to use 2019 surplus to lower property tax rates

Banff council votes to use 2019 surplus to lower property tax rates

"What administration would like to present is an option to use some of that anticipated surplus to offset the annual [property tax] increases in 2020 and 2021 especially."
Banff delaying Caribou and Lynx intersection project to 2022-23

Banff delaying Caribou and Lynx intersection project to 2022-23

"I appreciate administration's comments and concerns for our residents and businesses in that vicinity," said Mayor Karen Sorensen. "I think this is a good call for that reason. I remember seeing this project for the first time last year and it was stunningly beautiful. I would love to get this done."
Banff's Locke looking for redemption on Freeride World Tour

Banff's Locke looking for redemption on Freeride World Tour

"I want redemption ... I got so close that I could taste it and I have to get back, but it has taken me four years to get back, which is a long time especially at my age." 
Driver facing impaired charges after head on collision with Banff taxi

Driver facing impaired charges after head on collision with Banff taxi

"It is especially unfortunate that a person who was offering safe transport was injured by someone who chose to disregard public safety. The Banff RCMP remind the public to plan ahead during the holiday season, including the use of designated drivers and other options for safe transport."
Canmore Land Use Bylaw approved with incentives to develop accessory dwelling units

Canmore Land Use Bylaw approved with incentives to develop accessory dwelling units

"We are building our neighbourhoods and our community for all time and we need to have the foresight and forethought to ask homeowners the same as we ask of large scale developers."