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Canmore’s Brian McKeever on Paralympic golds, speaking to Ukrainian athletes at Games

Canmore’s Brian McKeever on Paralympic golds, speaking to Ukrainian athletes at Games

“It ended up being one of those days where almost everything goes right,” said McKeever about winning his first gold in Beijing on Monday (March 7). “We started to enjoy ourselves and that doesn’t happen very often.”
Emergency shelter returns in Canmore, Bow Valley

Emergency shelter returns in Canmore, Bow Valley

“I think it surprised everyone that we had that sort of uptake. We’ve heard from our partners like hospitals and members of the community that there was nowhere to take people, especially in the dead of night in winter when it’s cold. This is a real need for us. Those are the kind of pieces that we found running the program last year.”
Town presents case to tribunal on denied Smith Creek ASP

Town presents case to tribunal on denied Smith Creek ASP

After a week of testimony for representatives and experts for Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Limited on the Smith Creek area structure plan, the Town of Canmore responded with its case at the Land and Property Rights Tribunal hearing.
Tourism town hall looks to coming months, year of tourism

Tourism town hall looks to coming months, year of tourism

“Now Albertans are starting to get on planes and leave, so we have recovered as much as we're going to from the domestic market. … International travel is absolutely key to getting this industry back up on its feet. The restrictions are the biggest impediment. Planning a trip to Canada from the U.K. isn’t something you do in two weeks. You’re likely dreaming it up years in advance and planning six months to a year in advance.”
SDAB to decide on B&B license, greater concerns expressed on bylaws

SDAB to decide on B&B license, greater concerns expressed on bylaws

What began as an appeal against a new bed and breakfast showed greater concerns with the Town of Canmore’s existing bylaws on the accommodation type.
Canmore Eagles fighting from behind in playoff series

Canmore Eagles fighting from behind in playoff series

The Eagles look to even up the series tonight at 7 p.m. at the Canmore rec centre.
Canmore-based vocalist Nurdjana hitting her stride

Canmore-based vocalist Nurdjana hitting her stride

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the way most of us go about our daily lives for nearly two years now, and for the singers, songwriters and musicians of the Bow Valley there has been no exception to this reality.
Canada's Brian McKeever, Natalie Wilkie speed to golds in sprint, Collin Cameron hustles to bronze in Beijing

Canada's Brian McKeever, Natalie Wilkie speed to golds in sprint, Collin Cameron hustles to bronze in Beijing

Canada’s Brian McKeever and Natalie Wilkie are lucky they didn’t get speeding tickets on Day 5 in Beijing.
Wildland firefighters gearing up for fire season

Wildland firefighters gearing up for fire season

“We’re ready for whatever this summer throws at us,” said Nate Horner, Alberta’s minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development.
Town of Canmore's first common amenity units approved

Town of Canmore's first common amenity units approved

“As we’ve learned over time, we can’t require someone to build employee housing or staff accommodation or even affordable housing. What things we can require and control is the form, which adversely has an impact on all those things but mainly around affordability."
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