Get on board with the YWCA
Thursday Feb 23, 2017
Thursday Feb 16, 2017
Transit the answer again?
Interesting, isn’t it, how public transit continues to be the answer to traffic and parking problems in our valley?
Thursday Feb 2, 2017
Bear study wraps up, but what next?
Now that the five-year, $1 million CP/Parks Canada study into grizzly bear mortality on mountain park rails is complete, are you feeling a tad underwhelmed by the result?
Thursday Jan 26, 2017
Chamber group could alter business landscape in valley
Being that groups powered by volunteers in the Bow Valley often struggle to remain vibrant and effective these days, we’ll give a tip of the hat to the six people who stepped up to create a chamber…
Thursday Jan 19, 2017
Oh, the charmed life of a politician
One wonders, particularly after Canmore council’s public hearing in relation to the old daycare lands on Tuesday (Jan. 17), whether our municipal leaders are approaching burnout of some sort.
Thursday Jan 12, 2017
Time for a new look at wolf issue
While not specifically a local matter, we feel some comment on the latest wolf situation is called for. The Bow Valley, after all, is a home for wolves, much like bears, cougars and all manner of…
Thursday Jan 5, 2017
Items of import in our valley
The last week or so has certainly been filled with events of import here in our Bow Valley.
On the bright side of things …
While not on the disaster scale of the 2013 flood, it was reassuring to see how our valley fire departments contributed through their mutual aid responsibilities in battling the Dec. 29 fire at the…
Thursday Dec 29, 2016
Housing issue little changed
Well, another year has passed in our Bow Valley and, as always, there have been successes and failures, highlights and lowlights.
Voting change needed
Editor: As a new Canadian I was very excited to vote in the election of 2015.
Much ado about nothing
Editor: In response to the letter in last week’s Outlook, Homes to replace forest, I make the following observations:
No such thing as nature’s balance
Editor: It’s with great interest that I read the article about the wolves and cougars within the boundaries of Canmore and the problem of the elk and other ungulates that attack them.
Time for ministerial direction
Editor: Banff’s population problem just got more interesting. Based on the 2014 municipal census of 8,421 permanent residents, and growth in town since then, we thought the federal census results…
Thursday Feb 9, 2017
CP recognizes responsibility
Editor: Recently, CP and Parks Canada announced the results of our five-year study, the Grizzly Bear Joint Initiative research program.
More downtown density
Editor: I would just like to get out a reminder to everyone in this time of change that if we don’t densify the downtown core we will spread into the wildlife corridors.
Thank you Maggie and Kouba
Editor: As the weather warmed, the footpaths at the off-leash area near the heliport became increasingly slippery.
Nothing positive after five-year study
Editor: Outlook headlines – No simple answer … and Park ready to protect … (Jan. 26, 2017) – offer a study in contrast to inappropriate, illegal and potentially tragic feeding which lures park…
Please don’t pave paradise
Editor: With regards to your editorial of Jan. 19, I would like to share some things with you and your faithful readers.
Parks to fight whirling disease by removing fish
February 16, 2017
Glacier triggered avalanche closes TCH
February 8, 2017
Profile of Chad Guenter
February 21, 2017