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Mt. Norquay set for earliest opening day in 95 year history

Mt. Norquay set for earliest opening day in 95 year history

For opening day, Mt. Norquay will be operating the Cascade Chair, with the Cascade Lodge accessible to guests
COVID-19 outbreak declared in Canmore, community also reports first death

COVID-19 outbreak declared in Canmore, community also reports first death

In the past week, Canmore has declared a COVID-19 outbreak, reported its first death and lost symptomatic testing in town
Bunnies, bird-feeders banned in Banff

Bunnies, bird-feeders banned in Banff

“We do live within the national park and feeding wildlife in the national park isn’t permissible. "I don’t think we can physically legalize bird-feeders within the Town of Banff."
Grade 8 students learn the science behind producing hand sanitizer

Grade 8 students learn the science behind producing hand sanitizer

While he may not have his own TV show, or white lab coat and safety goggles, Wild Life Distillery co-founder Keith Robinson recently taught Grade 8 students at Banff Elementary School about the scientific principles behind producing hand sanitizer
Former BNP superintendent speaks out about failure to protect caribou

Former BNP superintendent speaks out about failure to protect caribou

“We’ve got to stop making concessions to ourselves and start leaning a lot harder towards making the hard choices that responsible stewardship demands. We have no right to make animals extinct.”
Banff moving ahead with affordable housing development

Banff moving ahead with affordable housing development

“This is about long-term sustainability of our community and it’s going to be a watershed moment for so many people in this town that will be able to become homeowners and will be able to stay here.”
Banff council to consider lowering B&B quota

Banff council to consider lowering B&B quota

“I have no issue at all looking at lowering this number because it’s never really been a big issue,” said Coun. Grant Canning.
COVID-19 cases increasing in Bow Valley

COVID-19 cases increasing in Bow Valley

“This should remind us all that following all health recommendations is imperative if we are to get through this pandemic as quickly as possible with the least negative impacts to our community."
Green energy cooperative ready to launch in the Bow Valley

Green energy cooperative ready to launch in the Bow Valley

A grassroots green cooperative giving Bow Valley residents the opportunity to invest in community-generated renewable energy projects is launching soon
Bow Valley bike theft trends show expensive taste

Bow Valley bike theft trends show expensive taste

"Traditionally, bicycle thefts in Banff have involved inexpensive bikes that were left outside, often unlocked. The current trend reveals a targeted approach, with bikes stolen from secure locations.”
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