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Justin Snith: Bow Valley's Beijing Bound Athletes

Justin Snith: Bow Valley's Beijing Bound Athletes

“To be named to my fourth Olympic team kind of seems surreal to say that now."
Food charter signing by Canmore council to wait for staff report

Food charter signing by Canmore council to wait for staff report

“I don’t know what this entails. We can sign onto it. I would just like more information to dig into it to see where exactly we are where are we going to dig into, what are we going to effect. … A lot of the things in there are outside of the municipality’s scope and it’s higher levels of government. I want to get more clarity.”
Photography donation bolsters Canmore’s historical legacy

Photography donation bolsters Canmore’s historical legacy

“This series that Lawrence has donated, particularly, is really poignant to understanding Canmore at a very interesting juncture point in our history. The mines had just closed, and we weren't sure where we were going as a community. Between this and the historical inventory that was done between 1982 and 1987, it’s really captured Canmore at really interesting juncture points."
Lawrence Grassi ARP heads to public hearing

Lawrence Grassi ARP heads to public hearing

“I believe the concept before us holds potential and I’d like to hear what the public has to say. It’s a difficult issue to separate the owner of the land from the concept given we’re talking about a school board, but we’re really talking about a private land. … As any owner of land they have a right to put forward a proposal and we have to judge the proposal based on what’s put forward.”
Climate Action Plan emphasizes importance of net-zero national building code

Climate Action Plan emphasizes importance of net-zero national building code

“The intent of the net-zero energy ready code is that houses will be net-zero ready and built in such a way that the energy used over the course of the year could be met with renewable energy installation on site.”
Canmore council discusses joining food charter

Canmore council discusses joining food charter

“In my mind, dealing with food security is dealing with affordability, dealing with food insecurity is dealing with climate change, so it’s a necessary part of those discussions."
Determined Canmore skier wants to follow Olympian parent’s footsteps

Determined Canmore skier wants to follow Olympian parent’s footsteps

"I’m ready to go out there and experience my first international races and see what it’s like."
Local U20 skiers off to Europe for development races

Local U20 skiers off to Europe for development races

Alberta’s best up-and-comer cross-country skiers (finally) have a date with international competition.
Relay team's fifth spot shoots up confidence for Canadian biathletes ahead of Olympics

Relay team's fifth spot shoots up confidence for Canadian biathletes ahead of Olympics

Canada’s biathletes got the shot of confidence they were looking for ahead of the Olympics. In the men’s 4x7.
Banff wolf collar discovered in Montana

Banff wolf collar discovered in Montana

“Like some animals do, they just disappear and you don’t know where they go or what happened to them, so it’s kind of cool that this collar showed showed up 19 years later,” said Jesse Whittington, a wildlife research and monitoring ecologist with Banff National Park.
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