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Canmore council approves downtown paid parking to commence June 2020

Canmore council approves downtown paid parking to commence June 2020

"It’s really part of a comprehensive plan that’s looking at a number of different ways that we can sustainably in the long term manage parking and transportation in our community with the significant challenges that we face and in a way that’s consistent with our values.”
Stoney Nakoda parents voice concerns for children over potential Exshaw School closure

Stoney Nakoda parents voice concerns for children over potential Exshaw School closure

“I want my child to get the same education as everyone else in the country, the same opportunities and be able to excel, so I don’t agree with this whole thing. I hope that this works out, that we can figure out a plan, come up with something to have the school remain open. I don’t want her to not be able to come to school here next year."
Canmore council approves new fire hall for Palliser Trail

Canmore council approves new fire hall for Palliser Trail

The Town of Canmore will spend $900,000 to design a new eight-bay fire hall to be located along Palliser Trail with an estimated construction budget of up to $14.6 million
Royal Lepage winter recreational property report says Canmore home prices down slightly

Royal Lepage winter recreational property report says Canmore home prices down slightly

CANMORE – A recent report released by Royal Lepage says single-family homes and condominium prices have slightly decreased in Canmore.
Intermunicipal development plan moving forward after provincial government announces its no longer required

Intermunicipal development plan moving forward after provincial government announces its no longer required

"We are so far along in the process at this point – my expectation is we will complete it."
Gallery: Neighborhood Plate serves up community connections

Gallery: Neighborhood Plate serves up community connections

The Town of Canmore's Family and Community Support Services department hosted a workshop for community members to create a Neighbourhood Plate last week
Creative processes on display at this year's Artists of Elk Run Studio Tour

Creative processes on display at this year's Artists of Elk Run Studio Tour

“We’re putting our blood, sweat and tears into bringing people here."
Awareness to Action luncheon unites community

Awareness to Action luncheon unites community

“We really want to focus on what folks in the community can do as individuals to support a shift away from violence."
Outdoor Learning Centre volunteers thanked for helping with career programs

Outdoor Learning Centre volunteers thanked for helping with career programs

“We wanted to give a big thank you – these volunteers have been coming in week after week for years, it’s not just a one off thing."
Royal LePage hosts 28th annual food drive

Royal LePage hosts 28th annual food drive

Hosting its 28th holiday food drive, Royal LePage is still looking for volunteers to help with this years drive, which aims to give the less fortunate in the valley a little extra at this time of year.
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