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We Scare Hunger Halloween food drive returns with different model

We Scare Hunger Halloween food drive returns with different model

Local high schools are adjusting their We Scare Hunger Halloween food drive to lower the risk of something far scarier than ghouls, ghosts and witches
BCCF appoints new executive director

BCCF appoints new executive director

Bill Fisher has stepped down as Banff Canmore Community Foundation executive director, with Laurie Edward officially taking over the role as of Oct. 5
Bow Valley Trail development granted second height variance

Bow Valley Trail development granted second height variance

"This is an exciting project because there have been no new industrial buildings built in Canmore in the last 15 years," said senior planner Alaric Fish.
Mt. Norquay set for earliest opening day in 95 year history

Mt. Norquay set for earliest opening day in 95 year history

For opening day, Mt. Norquay will be operating the Cascade Chair, with the Cascade Lodge accessible to guests
Direct control district proposed to maintain 60-metre setback from Bow River

Direct control district proposed to maintain 60-metre setback from Bow River

Residents of a Canmore neighbourhood are proposing a direct control district to ensure a 60-metre setback from the Bow River for the two remaining vacant lots is in place should they be developed
Council approves Teepee Town changes to Land Use Bylaw

Council approves Teepee Town changes to Land Use Bylaw

Changes to the Land Use Bylaw proposed for Second Avenue included allowing tourist homes to be developed, but limiting them to one unit per lot
Canmore council considering loan bylaw to guarantee next affordable housing project

Canmore council considering loan bylaw to guarantee next affordable housing project

While Canmore Community Housing Corporation considers bids to develop affordable housing in the Peaks of Grassi, council is considering a loan guarantee bylaw to secure financing for construction of the 10 townhouse units
COVID-19 outbreak declared in Canmore, community also reports first death

COVID-19 outbreak declared in Canmore, community also reports first death

In the past week, Canmore has declared a COVID-19 outbreak, reported its first death and lost symptomatic testing in town
Grade 8 students learn the science behind producing hand sanitizer

Grade 8 students learn the science behind producing hand sanitizer

While he may not have his own TV show, or white lab coat and safety goggles, Wild Life Distillery co-founder Keith Robinson recently taught Grade 8 students at Banff Elementary School about the scientific principles behind producing hand sanitizer
Canmore RCMP advise against non-essential travel along TCH

Canmore RCMP advise against non-essential travel along TCH

Road conditions near Lac Des Arcs on the Trans-Canada Highway in both directions are deteriorating with Canmore RCMP recommending against non-essential travel Friday evening (Oct. 16)
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