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Semi driver blows over double legal limit

Semi driver blows over double legal limit

A semi driver is waiting to be sworn in for official charges after blowing more than double the legal limit earlier this week.
Two locals appointed to provincial panel to reduce red tape

Two locals appointed to provincial panel to reduce red tape

“The principal aim of the Red Tape Panel is to eliminate the duplication or complexity of regulation processes to make it easier for people and organizations to invest in our province and get Albertans back to work."
Canmore RCMP investigating after vehicle crashes into Banff National Park kiosk

Canmore RCMP investigating after vehicle crashes into Banff National Park kiosk

Canmore RCMP are investigating the incident, but confirmed the 60-year-old driver was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the collision
Miner's Lamp Pub shines brighter after fire

Miner's Lamp Pub shines brighter after fire

What started as a four day shut down, turned into two weeks, turned into four months, giving management the time to knock down a couple of walls and doorways and extend the former bar
A hostel takeover in Canmore

A hostel takeover in Canmore

Utilizing one of the oldest buildings in town and the newest building in town, the Canmore Hotel Hostel and the Canmore Downtown Hostel opened their doors earlier this summer
Buffaloberry season – more berries, more problems

Buffaloberry season – more berries, more problems

Knowing the 'bear' necessities for buffaloberry season
A folking good time at the 42nd annual Canmore Folk Music Festival

A folking good time at the 42nd annual Canmore Folk Music Festival

Check out some of the fantastic photos from the 42nd annual Canmore Folk Music Festival last weekend
Undermining regulation expected to be updated soon

Undermining regulation expected to be updated soon

“We are working with the developer and the town to update the regulation to create a more rigorous process with better direction around developing land that has previously been mined. At the end of the day, we want to make sure that development is done in a way that is as safe as possible.”
Sign installed to warn public about untreated water

Sign installed to warn public about untreated water

Alberta Health Services asked the Town to install the sign to ensure people are informed of the risk.
RCMP warn ‘someone is going to get hurt soon’

RCMP warn ‘someone is going to get hurt soon’

“They really put themselves in jeopardy by disobeying the laws. Someone is going to get killed one of these days.”
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