Skip to content

Banff

Trans-Canada Highway a barrier to female wolverines

Trans-Canada Highway a barrier to female wolverines

“Our main finding is that male wolverines were not affected by the highway, whereas female dispersal and gene flow were highly restricted by the transportation corridor."
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's rental vacancy rate inching up

Banff's rental vacancy rate inching up

“What we need to do is work on curtailing the excess demand for housing. Just working on the supply side will fail as it has failed for 20 years.”
Indigo's Adopt-A-School program 'adopts' Banff Elementary School

Indigo's Adopt-A-School program 'adopts' Banff Elementary School

Banff Elementary School has been “adopted” by Cascade Malls’ Indigospirits store, which will help the school to fundraise for new library resources.
Federal candidates answer questions from the Outlook

Federal candidates answer questions from the Outlook

The Rocky Mountain Outlook editorial board put together three questions for the candidates from the major political parties in the Banff-Airdrie riding – each candidate responded in their own words
Banff heritage home legally protected

Banff heritage home legally protected

Banff town council passes a bylaw to designate and legally protect the MacKenzie Residence on Beaver Street as a historic municipal resource
CYAN invites federal candidates and Bow Valley residents for a Canmore social

CYAN invites federal candidates and Bow Valley residents for a Canmore social

Throwing out the traditional forum debate style, Canmore Youth Adult Network (CYAN) organizers are removing the stage and instead giving the candidates a chance to introduce themselves, talk about their platforms and answer questions on the floor, face-to-face, one-on-one
Ignoring restrictions at Minnewanka costs hiker $600

Ignoring restrictions at Minnewanka costs hiker $600

Cody Friesen, from Calgary, pleaded guilty in front of Judge Les Grieve on Sept. 18 at the Canmore Courthouse for only hiking with one other person in an area that requires groups of four or more to hike together through grizzly bear habitat near Lake Minnewanka
Banff's first pot shop rolling out

Banff's first pot shop rolling out

Spiritleaf is opening its Banff location on Bear Street on Tuesday, Oct. 1 – franchise owner Jeff Hines says he is 'very excited' following a lengthy and arduous approval process
Banff Canmore Community Foundation launches new fundraising challenge for Bow Valley

Banff Canmore Community Foundation launches new fundraising challenge for Bow Valley

“We’ve seen how the Bow Valley steps up to the challenges that are put forward by the rest of the community and we are very confident that we’ll be able to fill up these endowments in the time that we have available to the campaign.”
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks