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PHOTOS: Canmore celebrates mining history

PHOTOS: Canmore celebrates mining history

PHOTOS: Canmore's mining history was on display July 16 with the Miner's Day parade taking place downtown.
Alberta Parks investigating alleged vandalism of wall pictographs

Alberta Parks investigating alleged vandalism of wall pictographs

An investigation into an alleged vandalizing of Indigenous wall pictographs at Grotto Canyon is being looked into by Alberta Environment and Parks.
EDITORIAL: Improved regulation needed for staffing agencies

EDITORIAL: Improved regulation needed for staffing agencies

EDITORIAL: Foreign workers may not be citizens of Canada and it can be easy to ignore a situation, as an essential part of the country’s workforce we owe it to them to lessen the risk and improve regulation against those who try and take advantage.
Youth get Gnarly in Canmore

Youth get Gnarly in Canmore

Local bikers were big winners at the Ziggy Gnarly mountain bike races, taking home 19 golds and 40 medals on July 16-17 at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Canmore to kick off its first heritage festival

Canmore to kick off its first heritage festival

“For us, one thing our heritage advisory committee was looking for was a unique way of being able to tell the story of Canmore heritage and to tell community stories. For us, this festival was able to do a lot of heavy lifting of telling those different stories.”
Exshaw residents worried groundwater flooding could get worse

Exshaw residents worried groundwater flooding could get worse

“They dug the creek down four metres to do this creek mitigation. They didn’t line it. They didn’t armour the bed. They didn’t do anything. Now it is like a channel that is carving down there.”
Town of Canmore staff to begin work on 2023 budget

Town of Canmore staff to begin work on 2023 budget

In what could potentially be one of the more difficult budgets in recent years, Town of Canmore staff will begin work on returning to a two-year budget approval after council voted to have staff begin work on the 2023 and 2024 operating and capital budgets.
New team, return to Olympics on mind of curling star John Morris

New team, return to Olympics on mind of curling star John Morris

"I just remember thinking, I don't want to go out like that."
Quick teens, world record holder motor through Quarry Lake

Quick teens, world record holder motor through Quarry Lake

Dozens of swimmers dove head-first into Quarry Lake on Saturday (July 16), but it wasn’t too cool down from the persistent summer heat.
'Scary and exciting' time for McKeevers as new national team coaches

'Scary and exciting' time for McKeevers as new national team coaches

"We love the sport and we've both been doing it for the better part of our lives in many different roles and many different ways."
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