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Wildlife overpass east of Canmore to be built 2021-22

Wildlife overpass east of Canmore to be built 2021-22

“The project is included in our capital plan for construction to begin in 2021-22 and would take about a year and a half to construct," said Finance Minster Travis Toews earlier this week.
UPDATE: Quebec skiers among positive cases of COVID-19 outbreak in Canmore

UPDATE: Quebec skiers among positive cases of COVID-19 outbreak in Canmore

Members of a Quebec ski team are among those quarantined in Canmore after a COVID outbreak within the Nordic ski community
Canmore receiving $4.2 million to deal with effects of COVID-19

Canmore receiving $4.2 million to deal with effects of COVID-19

"We believe the MOST funding will really help ease the very significant financial impacts we have seen with COVID," said Therese Rogers, general manager of corporate services for the Town of Canmore
COVID-19 outbreak quarantines Nordic skiers in Canmore

COVID-19 outbreak quarantines Nordic skiers in Canmore

"There are 11 cases tied to this outbreak – all are active."
Canmore re-establishes memorial plaque program

Canmore re-establishes memorial plaque program

In 2015, the Town of Canmore suspended a program to install memorial plaques on benches in the community. The program has been re-established this year with a few changes – including allowing applicants to place a commemorative plaque on picnic tables in the community.
COVID-19 case confirmed at Elevation Place aquatics class

COVID-19 case confirmed at Elevation Place aquatics class

The pool at Elevation Place is expected to reopen Sunday morning (Nov. 15) after it has been deep-cleaned and sanitized
Town of Canmore seeking penalties from contractor for intersection project delays

Town of Canmore seeking penalties from contractor for intersection project delays

"This has has been an area where we had challenges with contractor performance throughout. It has been a major issue with the community, it has been a major issue with our team," said Canmore's manager of engineering services Andy Esarte. "We need to do a better job managing the contractor and we have stepped that up in a big way. The contractor needs to execute on their contract requirements, it is as simple as that." 
Canmore after-school program confirms COVID-19 positive case

Canmore after-school program confirms COVID-19 positive case

A joint letter from Canadian Rockies Public Schools and the Canmore Community Daycare Society confirmed there is one COVID-19 positive case in a classroom at the after-school care program run out of Elizabeth Rummel Elementary School
Property owner objects to proposed direct control district

Property owner objects to proposed direct control district

"I believe it comes down to an issue of fairness," said Van Horne resident Russell Stanley during a recent public hearing. "The existing five homes were built with a 60-metre setback enforced by the Town. "Our understanding was that this was an environmental setback that would not change. We designed and built our home based on that." 
Seeley makes notice of motion to reconsider tourist home restriction on Second Avenue

Seeley makes notice of motion to reconsider tourist home restriction on Second Avenue

"Since the passing of this bylaw, council and administration have received immediate and significant feedback with respect to the tourist home zoning limitations," said Councillor Rob Seeley. "With a new more informed understanding of limiting the number to one tourist home unit, I advocate for further consideration." 
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