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Banff charging Fortis a higher rate to generate funds for climate resiliency

Banff charging Fortis a higher rate to generate funds for climate resiliency

An increase in the franchise fee rate the Town of Banff charges to Fortis Alberta will mean an increase on an electricity bill for an average residential home of about $10 a year.
Looking at funny side of Bow Valley icons in new book

Looking at funny side of Bow Valley icons in new book

New comedy book explores comedic stories from the likes of Bill Peyto, Jim Davies and Bobby Orr.
LETTER: Bow Valley Parkway a public road for all to use

LETTER: Bow Valley Parkway a public road for all to use

LETTER: Bottom line, the Bow Valley Parkway is a public not private road for all to use, including motorists.
A growing community of gardeners in the Bow Valley

A growing community of gardeners in the Bow Valley

“We hear quite regularly about the physical and mental benefits of gardening and just being in the garden.”
Heat wave expected for Canmore, Kananaskis, MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda

Heat wave expected for Canmore, Kananaskis, MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda

It's going to be hot outside for the next eight to 10 days.
LETTER: Potential compromise for Banff Ave. pedestrian zone

LETTER: Potential compromise for Banff Ave. pedestrian zone

LETTER: Investing in educating our downtown users on wheels and enforcing those rules would be paramount.
Tragic injury ends Paris 2024 dream for Banff volleyball player

Tragic injury ends Paris 2024 dream for Banff volleyball player

“When your dreams are as big as the Olympics, obviously they have a way of becoming part of you and to have that just taken away in a flash is truly heartbreaking."
Young Bow Valley musicians tune to the top

Young Bow Valley musicians tune to the top

Four youth won awards at a recent music provincials held by the Alberta Music Festival Association.
PHOTOS: Howdy's and hot dogs at Stampede barbecue in Banff

PHOTOS: Howdy's and hot dogs at Stampede barbecue in Banff

PHOTOS: Howdy's and hot dogs at Stampede barbecue in Banff
LETTER: Parks Canada hypocritical with human use limits in Banff National Park

LETTER: Parks Canada hypocritical with human use limits in Banff National Park

LETTER: No doubt in the near future, Parks Canada will be erecting “no trespassing” signs at the park entry near Canmore to keep taxpayers out.
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