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Canmore punk and metal festival announces 2024 lineup

Canmore punk and metal festival announces 2024 lineup

14 all-Canadian music acts to perform in Canmore
PHOTOS: Bow Valley summer job fair draws big crowd in Canmore

PHOTOS: Bow Valley summer job fair draws big crowd in Canmore

PHOTOS: Bow Valley summer job fair draws big crowd in Canmore
PHOTOS: Pottery enthusiasts celebrate Banff, Canmore ceramics

PHOTOS: Pottery enthusiasts celebrate Banff, Canmore ceramics

PHOTOS: Pottery enthusiasts celebrate Banff, Canmore ceramics
Canmore resident facing break and enter, fraud charges

Canmore resident facing break and enter, fraud charges

A 41-year-old Canmore resident is facing charges for a residential break and enter and nine outstanding warrants for fraud.
Banff-Kananaskis MLA tackles tourism destination funding, programs

Banff-Kananaskis MLA tackles tourism destination funding, programs

“The town of Canmore is 14,000 people. It is designed with roads for 14,000 people. On a weekend in Canmore there are hundreds of thousands of people. That puts a tremendous tax on infrastructure."
Median assessed residential Canmore home tops $1 million

Median assessed residential Canmore home tops $1 million

“The high price of land and high cost of housing pretty much means market housing is not the solution for the average person, so we need to have housing here that is not needed in other places and that’s non-market housing.”
Tap or nap: Banff jiu-jitsu tourney continues growth

Tap or nap: Banff jiu-jitsu tourney continues growth

Super fights highlight Dark Horse Grappling Series' fifth event
Pine Tree Players bring laughs, music, blood-hungry plant to Canmore

Pine Tree Players bring laughs, music, blood-hungry plant to Canmore

“It's awesome. It's funny. It's weird. It's dark. It's heart wrenching. It's lovable and romantic. It expresses a lot of really important ideas under the guise of this weird story of this alien talking plant,” said Austin Schelstraete.
Feds give more green so Canadian athletes can go for gold

Feds give more green so Canadian athletes can go for gold

Feds to increase funding to the Athlete Assistance Program by $35 million over 5 years starting in 2024-25, and $7 million ongoing.
PHOTOS: Canmore martial arts club Jiu-Jitsu spring tourney returns

PHOTOS: Canmore martial arts club Jiu-Jitsu spring tourney returns

PHOTOS: Canmore martial arts club Jiu-Jitsu spring tourney returns
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