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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 RCMP respond to bus rollover on Trans-Canada Highway

Banff RCMP respond to bus rollover on Trans-Canada Highway

The 24 occupants of the bus, including driver and tour guide, were transported to local hospitals for assessment according to an RCMP press release
Banff launches commercial organic diversion program

Banff launches commercial organic diversion program

"As Canada's first national park, we have an opportunity, but more than that a responsibility to demonstrate how traveling down zero waste trail is part of a larger set of actions needed to adapt to the impacts of climate change."
Banff Canmore Community Foundation launches new campaign to raise $2 million in 18 months

Banff Canmore Community Foundation launches new campaign to raise $2 million in 18 months

“We cannot predict what the future will hold but we can help our children and grand-children address future issues in the Bow Valley by having a permanent source of funds that can be used 10, 25, 50 or 100 years from now."
Lake Louise RCMP recover body of missing hiker

Lake Louise RCMP recover body of missing hiker

The 70-year-old man from Winnipeg was reported overdue to RCMP on Thursday (Sept. 19) around 7 p.m. by another hiking party that was on the southwest ridge scrambling route of Mount Temple
New route in the works to formalize popular Razor's Edge mountain bike trail east of Canmore

New route in the works to formalize popular Razor's Edge mountain bike trail east of Canmore

"Because of having to phase out a part of an existing trail and existing behaviour of how people have been using the trail, we are really hopeful what we are building is going to create a better experience and the trade off will be a win."
Wolf killed after camper attacked along Icefields Parkway

Wolf killed after camper attacked along Icefields Parkway

The camper was inside their tent when they were attacked and suffered hand and arm injuries before being transported to Banff Mineral Springs Hospital. 
Black bear struck on highway near Canmore captured by Fish and Wildlife

Black bear struck on highway near Canmore captured by Fish and Wildlife

"We were able to locate the bear today and successfully tranquilize it and then we will assess its injuries and determine what to do with it."
Miners’ Day events commemorate 40th anniversary of closure

Miners’ Day events commemorate 40th anniversary of closure

Each year, those who worked for the mines, and their families, gather for the Miners' Day parade and reunion to celebrate Canmore's mining heritage and recognize that miners didn’t just dig coal – they built communities
Canmore fire hall future location part of 2020 budget process

Canmore fire hall future location part of 2020 budget process

CANMORE – The future location for a new fire hall in Canmore will be decided through the 2020 budget process, after council voted to accept a study examining possible locations as information.
Banff considers new municipal historic resource on Beaver Street

Banff considers new municipal historic resource on Beaver Street

BANFF – The McKenzie Residence at 202 Beaver St. in Banff may not be the oldest home on the block, but soon it will be the newest municipal historic resource.