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Canmore council considers creating in-house legal counsel position

Canmore council considers creating in-house legal counsel position

During its budget amendment meeting held on Nov. 7, the Town discussed the option of adding in-house legal counsel to its pay roll, which administration said would better serve the Town as well as keep legal costs incurred in-house but would cost $20,000 more per year
Canmore council considers changes to its 2020 budget

Canmore council considers changes to its 2020 budget

Canmore council went through changes proposed by administration to its 2020 operating and capital budgets – the changes will be in front of elected officials for final approval in December
RCMP seize significant amount of drugs over five months near Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise and Stony Plain

RCMP seize significant amount of drugs over five months near Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise and Stony Plain

Cocaine, fentanyl and MDMA are just some of the illegal substances Alberta RCMP have gotten off the streets in the last five months after a series of nine significant drug and cash seizures near Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise and Stony Plain
Christmas Bird Count celebrates Bow Valley's birds

Christmas Bird Count celebrates Bow Valley's birds

“Nothing beats getting out there and seeing the birds."
Valley parents concerned with changes to early childhood education program

Valley parents concerned with changes to early childhood education program

“The fact that our questions were doctored so that Miranda didn’t have to answer them is a direct attack to those parents that were standing outside wanting their voices heard. It made that meeting not an open profile meeting, but a conservative borne meeting, and it just goes to show where they stand and that’s really disheartening.”
Canmore issues two tickets for fruit trees in 2019

Canmore issues two tickets for fruit trees in 2019

"Of the 24 calls we responded too or investigated, only two tickets were issued.”
Innovate Canmore refocusing after cancelled tax credit

Innovate Canmore refocusing after cancelled tax credit

CANMORE – Innovate Canmore is reconsidering its future as a non-profit organization after the provincial government pulled the plug on an economic diversification tax credit earlier this year.
Bow Valley trying to tackle excessive screen time with new Disconnect Challenge

Bow Valley trying to tackle excessive screen time with new Disconnect Challenge

“Everything we’re learning shows that the more time we spend on our phones, the more it’s impacting our physical, mental and emotional well-being. Our phones have the capacity to connect us with friends and family around the world but the challenge is using technology mindfully.”
Canmore man facing charges after wielding machete

Canmore man facing charges after wielding machete

The 19-year-old male is facing a charge of possession of weapon for a dangerous purpose
Snowfall warning issued for Canmore, Kananaskis Country

Snowfall warning issued for Canmore, Kananaskis Country

The warning stated that higher amounts of snowfall up to 50 cm could fall in higher elevations, with heavy snow expected to taper off on Wednesday (Nov. 27)
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