Thursday Jun 22, 2017
Conservationists, climbers oppose Yam helipad
A helipad for commercial helicopter tours has been proposed for the base of Mount Yamnuska – an area of the Bow Valley considered an…
'Set fire' destroyed McDougall Church
Fire that destroyed an historic Alberta church is no longer thought to be accidental.
Puzzles takes shape in Banff
Banff’s newest child care space is the direct result of one of those “it takes a village” moments.
Dance, drums and song at Morley school
Music in Stoney Nakoda culture plays a major role on the First Nation and the community was immersed in traditional song, dance and…
Fall occupancy for seniors lodge residents
It’s been almost two years since construction began on the new Bow River Senior’s Lodge in Canmore and residents are still waiting until…
Banff to look into recording council meetings
Banff’s next slate of politicians will consider whether to record council and other public meetings to give the public better access to important issues, debates and decisions.
Charges withdrawn against Irvine
The charges against a Canmore man accused of voyeurism were withdrawn by the Crown and a judge in a Turner Valley courtroom this week.
Dead Man's land swap talks freeze amendment plans
The Municipal District of Bighorn has held off on re-designating valued land in its fastest growing hamlet in order to step back into the negotiating room.
June 22, 2017