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Banff passes mandatory mask bylaw to help prevent spread of COVID-19

Banff passes mandatory mask bylaw to help prevent spread of COVID-19

"Since Aurora’s birth we have always had to worry about one of us being exposed to a virus, but this pandemic has made it so much worse and I worry about her health and safety constantly."
Trailhead parking along Highway 1A raises safety concerns for Bighorn council

Trailhead parking along Highway 1A raises safety concerns for Bighorn council

"People think they are in a park, when they are actually in an industrial corridor and those two things when they come together have some potentially catastrophic consequences," said MD of Bighorn Councillor Paul Ryan.
The Radiant shines a new light on Banff Avenue

The Radiant shines a new light on Banff Avenue

"I think restaurant is a loaded word in our particular industry with certain people because I feel like calling the Radiant a restaurant is falling very short of what we envision for this space. We are a restaurant; we are a parlour; we are a lounge; we are a stage; we are a vehicle for artists to express themselves; we are a space where everyone is welcome."
Province asked to remove McDougall Church historic designation

Province asked to remove McDougall Church historic designation

For the first time in Alberta's history, a First Nation is asking for the removal of a historic designation citing the McDougall Church's "painful history," but the province is unclear on where that request sits
Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

A pilot project launched in Stoney Nakoda Nation on Thursday (June 25) testing out a Swiss drone to deliver viral live test swabs to urban centres – the first of its kind in Canada
Black Lives Matter movement has parallels with Indigenous injustice

Black Lives Matter movement has parallels with Indigenous injustice

Worldwide Black Lives Matter rallies united against discrimination over the past weeks, and in the Bow Valley, two rallies brought forward the dark realities of Canada’s shameful history of racism against Indigenous people
Banff Farmers Market adapts to COVID-19

Banff Farmers Market adapts to COVID-19

“I think the town needed it. It’s a way to boost morale for everyone and the vendors needed it as a way to generate some income.”
Exshaw residents rally together amid flooding

Exshaw residents rally together amid flooding

Nine-year-old Exshaw resident Mikaela Smith has been dedicated to monitoring water pumps removing groundwater flooding homes along Mt. Mcgillvary Drive for the past 10 days
Bow Valley raises fist at Black Lives Matter rallies

Bow Valley raises fist at Black Lives Matter rallies

Video, photos and the story from the Black Lives Matter vigil and march in Banff, Saturday (June 6).
Exshaw residents frustrated with municipality amid flooding

Exshaw residents frustrated with municipality amid flooding

“As a politician, if you will not go see what your constituents are dealing with, then you don’t have the right to speak about what’s going on.”
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