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Kananaskis Emergency Services revamping fire, rescue agreements for better tracking

Kananaskis Emergency Services revamping fire, rescue agreements for better tracking

“I suspect we will receive more invoices from our municipal partners as they engage in these agreements more formally. I think the numbers in 2024 are going to provide a more accurate comparison to what services are really being delivered.”
EDITORIAL: Canadian sport system is underfunded, underappreciated

EDITORIAL: Canadian sport system is underfunded, underappreciated

Blasting, construction closes Cougar Creek Canyon in Canmore

Blasting, construction closes Cougar Creek Canyon in Canmore

Cougar Creek Canyon near the popular Lady Macdonald trail will be closed for recreational use until further notice for blasting and construction.
PHOTOS: Mountain bikers compete at Canmore Canada Cup

PHOTOS: Mountain bikers compete at Canmore Canada Cup

PHOTOS: Mountain bikers compete at Canmore Canada Cup
PHOTOS: Paddle enthusiasts soak it up at Kananaskis Open

PHOTOS: Paddle enthusiasts soak it up at Kananaskis Open

PHOTOS: Paddle enthusiasts soak it up at Kananaskis Open
G7 Summit of world leaders coming to Kananaskis Country in 2025

G7 Summit of world leaders coming to Kananaskis Country in 2025

Kananaskis Country hosted the summit of world leaders in 2002.
Large-scale fireguards planned to protect Canmore, neighbouring hamlets

Large-scale fireguards planned to protect Canmore, neighbouring hamlets

The Town of Canmore is hosting a Living with Wildfire: FireSmart forum at the Canmore Recreation Centre on Sunday, June 16 from 1-4 p.m..
LETTER: Plenty of dump stations, bathrooms in Kananaskis Country, Bow Valley

LETTER: Plenty of dump stations, bathrooms in Kananaskis Country, Bow Valley

LETTER: I really don’t think it’s the responsibility of the Alberta government or taxpayers to toilet train locals, let alone tourists.
Illegal campfire sparks wildfire near Canmore

Illegal campfire sparks wildfire near Canmore

“For all we know, it was a really big fire, and as soon as they heard sirens, they left.”
Canadian cross-country skiing's big gamble

Canadian cross-country skiing's big gamble

Nordiq Canada is throwing out the books on traditional coaching and hoping it pays off sooner than later – literally.
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