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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

Altalink replacing 23-km of transmission lines through the valley

Altalink replacing 23-km of transmission lines through the valley

Altalink is proposing to replace its 113L transmission line through the Bow Valley and the project includes increasing the H-frame poles adjacent to the Peaks of Grassi neighbourhood by two-to-six metres in height and removing trees on Crown lands adjacent to its right-of-way
Vehicle traffic returns to Canmore's Main Street – with a few changes

Vehicle traffic returns to Canmore's Main Street – with a few changes

"Moving forward, the idea is to not revert strictly back to Main Street being a main thoroughfare across town and really focusing on it as for local business access," said manager of engineering services for the Town of Canmore Andy Esarte
Bow River Seniors Lodge phase two construction underway

Bow River Seniors Lodge phase two construction underway

"This project not only increases capacity, but bridges the gap between what we can currently provide at the Bow River Seniors Lodge and what is available in long-term care at the Canmore and Banff hospitals." 
Bow River Seniors Lodge phase two construction underway

Bow River Seniors Lodge phase two construction underway

"This project not only increases capacity, but bridges the gap between what we can currently provide at the Bow River Seniors Lodge and what is available in long-term care at the Canmore and Banff hospitals." 
Harvest fundraiser offers fresh vegetables, support to local food banks

Harvest fundraiser offers fresh vegetables, support to local food banks

In-Dey-Go Fundraising's Lisa Downing says it's a "win-win-win-win" for all involved – the Harvest Bundle fundraiser supports local food banks, provides farm-fresh veggies, supports a local business and an Alberta farm
Canmore council approves leave of absence for Councillor Comfort

Canmore council approves leave of absence for Councillor Comfort

Canmore Councillor Esmé Comfort battled her third cancer diagnosis earlier this year with radiation and chemotherapy treatment. The good news is that she is now cancer free – however a fracture to her spine has resulted in a six-month leave of absence to focus on her health and recovery.
Banff installs Pride pathway, Canmore delays crosswalk to 2020

Banff installs Pride pathway, Canmore delays crosswalk to 2020

"We are thrilled to have the rainbow pathway return," said Banff resident and Pride volunteer Jeffrey Carpenter. "It is a vibrant, physical expression of our town's diversity and inclusion of its residents and visitors that can be appreciated year round." 
Harvest fundraiser offers fresh vegetables, support to local food banks

Harvest fundraiser offers fresh vegetables, support to local food banks

In-Dey-Go Fundraising's Lisa Downing says it's a "win-win-win-win" for all involved – the Harvest Bundle fundraiser supports local food banks, provides farm-fresh veggies, supports a local business and an Alberta farm
Banff installs Pride pathway, Canmore delays crosswalk to 2021

Banff installs Pride pathway, Canmore delays crosswalk to 2021

"We are thrilled to have the rainbow pathway return," said Banff resident and Pride volunteer Jeffrey Carpenter. "It is a vibrant, physical expression of our town's diversity and inclusion of its residents and visitors that can be appreciated year round." 
Banff Pride returns in October

Banff Pride returns in October

"Ensuring Banff is seen as a safe space for locals and visitors in the LGBTQ2+ community only enriches this beautiful place we call home."