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LETTER: Other, better options than relying on carbon tax

LETTER: Other, better options than relying on carbon tax

LETTER: Canada should shift its environmental policy from imposing high carbon taxes to providing low-cost green energy globally.
Fire advisory issued for Bow Valley, Kananaskis Country

Fire advisory issued for Bow Valley, Kananaskis Country

“The Calgary Forest Area typically sees a drastic increase in wildfire danger in May when the snow has all melted, but green-up has not yet occurred. Exposed, dead/dry vegetation, warmer temperatures and higher winds all contribute to a higher fire danger.”
McKeever out as national team coach for Nordiq Canada

McKeever out as national team coach for Nordiq Canada

McKeever announced his departure on March 30 in an post on Instagram and X, formerly Twitter, saying that “it has been decided for me that my time at Nordiq Canada has come to an end.”
First phase of Three Sisters Village plan set to move forward

First phase of Three Sisters Village plan set to move forward

The beginning stages of a development phase in Three Sisters that will eventually create 700-1,075 residential units will soon begin, but it will likely be 2026 at the earliest when new homes are ready to be moved into.
Elk charges, knocks cyclist off bike in Canmore

Elk charges, knocks cyclist off bike in Canmore

“The elk did not make contact with the cyclist, only scared him.”
Developers' board votes to appeal Canmore off-site levy bylaw

Developers' board votes to appeal Canmore off-site levy bylaw

Area developers and the Town of Canmore took another step closer in heading to the Land and Property Rights Tribunal for an appeal of a bylaw that outlined close to $300 million in future infrastructure needs.
PHOTOS: Scottish heritage celebrated on Tartan Day in Canmore

PHOTOS: Scottish heritage celebrated on Tartan Day in Canmore

PHOTOS: Scottish heritage celebrated on Tartan Day in Canmore
Potential changes to Canmore council's code of conduct bylaw

Potential changes to Canmore council's code of conduct bylaw

A potential change to council’s code of conduct could see new methods for the way council receives complaints from an investigation, the way mediation may occur and when an investigator’s report is provided to council.
Canmore hockey players' eyes set on oldest Canadian trophy

Canmore hockey players' eyes set on oldest Canadian trophy

“It's a really, really tough tournament to win. There's a lot of good hockey games. So, the longer you are around it, and the older you get, the more you realize how hard it is to accomplish. So being prepared and trying to prepare our group is what we've done all year,” said Smyth.
LETTER: Please, pick up your dog's poop

LETTER: Please, pick up your dog's poop

LETTER: This is that glorious season when your friends or family start sending you beautiful photos of cherry trees blooming in Victoria, but on a recent walk around the Bow River in Canmore all I could see blooming was dog poop in various forms of decay.
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