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LETTER: Not entitled to committee position

LETTER: Not entitled to committee position

LETTER: Not entitled to committee position
LETTER: Province should halt pause on renewable energy projects

LETTER: Province should halt pause on renewable energy projects

LETTER: We, as a dedicated school environment group, are writing to express our strong opposition to the recent decision to pause renewable energy projects in Alberta.
LETTER: COP 28 failure in addressing climate issues

LETTER: COP 28 failure in addressing climate issues

LETTER: Two days from port, the COP 28 ship sank under the weight of too many oil lobbyists, bloated national and sub-national delegations and hangers-on.
Canmore residential waste rates likely to increase in 2024

Canmore residential waste rates likely to increase in 2024

“It is certainly a trade-off and ideally we’d like to be spending the monies on processing and transporting recyclables and food waste,”
LETTER: Not supportive of Dubai trip

LETTER: Not supportive of Dubai trip

LETTER: In regards to Canmore’s mayor's participation at a two-day meeting at the Local Climate Action Summit in Dubai, UAE, which is 11,475 kilometres away, is inexcusable.
EDITORIAL: Banff traffic conundrum a never-ending issue for everyone

EDITORIAL: Banff traffic conundrum a never-ending issue for everyone

EDITORIAL: Anyone attempting to drive in Banff during a long weekend knows they made a huge mistake.
COMMENTARY: Responding to Canmore’s climate emergency

COMMENTARY: Responding to Canmore’s climate emergency

COMMENTARY: Canmore declared a climate emergency four years ago. We know our planet is now warming faster than scientists, politicians and even the media can keep up.
LETTER: Trans-Mountain pipeline a boondoggle for taxpayers

LETTER: Trans-Mountain pipeline a boondoggle for taxpayers

LETTER: Regarding the Canadian Press article “Trans Mountain route change will 'desecrate' sacred site,” was a nasty reminder of just how this project became the financial albatross it is today.
Protesters continue opposition to Upper Highwood logging plans in Kananaskis Country

Protesters continue opposition to Upper Highwood logging plans in Kananaskis Country

“Healthy forests do three things with water – they slow it down, they spread it out, and they soak it up. When you cut down a forest, you’re disrupting all of those,”
LETTER: Think twice when it comes to Black Friday

LETTER: Think twice when it comes to Black Friday

LETTER: Love those Black Friday deals? Think again.
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