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Newfoundland musicians making trek to Canmore

Newfoundland musicians making trek to Canmore

Josh Sandu and Andrew Laite will be under the lights at Eclipse Coffee Roasters on Railway Ave in Canmore on April 1. Doors are at 6 p.m. and music will begin at 7 p.m.
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
PHOTOS: CRPS hosts hiring fair for Banff, Canmore students

PHOTOS: CRPS hosts hiring fair for Banff, Canmore students

PHOTOS: CRPS hosts hiring fair for Banff, Canmore students
LETTER: Best use of Canmore council's time?

LETTER: Best use of Canmore council's time?

LETTER: I must confess I didn’t know whether to be shocked, or simply laugh out loud about Canmore council looking to prohibit election signage on public property.
Canmore Eagles, Whitecourt Wolverines split opening two games

Canmore Eagles, Whitecourt Wolverines split opening two games

The Canmore Eagles will head back to home ice with a split of road games in their second round series against the Whitecourt Wolverines.
PHOTOS: Musicians showcase their talents in Canmore

PHOTOS: Musicians showcase their talents in Canmore

PHOTOS: Musicians showcase their talents in Canmore
PHOTOS: Elk on a snowy day in Canmore

PHOTOS: Elk on a snowy day in Canmore

PHOTOS: Elk on a snowy day in Canmore
LETTER: Gender-affirming care can save lives

LETTER: Gender-affirming care can save lives

LETTER: What’s missing in Sylvie Pappas’ letter to the editor “Youth should be more mature until making life-altering decisions” in the Feb. 29 edition of the Outlook and Keith Thompson’s letter in the March 19 edition, is the recognition that gender-affirming care saves lives.
PHOTOS: Canmore climbers compete at spring scramble climbing competition

PHOTOS: Canmore climbers compete at spring scramble climbing competition

PHOTOS: Canmore climbers compete at spring scramble climbing competition
LETTER: Growth has led to negative human-wildlife interactions, not dogs off-leash

LETTER: Growth has led to negative human-wildlife interactions, not dogs off-leash

LETTER: The principal reason there are negative human-wildlife interactions in Canmore is successive councils have mismanaged planning in the Bow Valley – the density of development has far exceeded what the area could bear. To take this out on dog owners, through these exorbitant fines, is ridiculous.
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