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Inclusion charter aims to benefit Bow Valley employees, employers

Inclusion charter aims to benefit Bow Valley employees, employers

“Everyone plays a role in the community to help us build a thriving valley. We’re all better off when we work together to support newcomers and diverse team members to succeed. We can open a lot of doors for people, but we need local businesses to help us make those connections with newcomers in the community. This is a really exciting opportunity for businesses.”
Elmeligi named NDP choice for Banff-Kananaskis riding

Elmeligi named NDP choice for Banff-Kananaskis riding

“I’m looking forward to working with them to get my name out there and meet more people in the constituency and to let people know what the NDP can do for them.”
Parks Canada planning massive fireguards

Parks Canada planning massive fireguards

“As the climate is changing and fire seasons are getting longer, as well as the impact fire suppression has had on fuels, proactive fire management is something Parks Canada is doing,” said Charlie McLellan, fire and vegetation specialist for Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay field unit.
Grizzly bears emerging from winter dens

Grizzly bears emerging from winter dens

“We haven’t confirmed whether it’s 122 or not, but we suspect it is,” said Blair Fyten, a human-wildlife management specialist for Banff National Park.
Report examines food insecurity during pandemic, outlines recommendations

Report examines food insecurity during pandemic, outlines recommendations

“There is no one solution that will solve hunger and inequitable globe, national and regional food systems. Rather, progress will require multi-pronged solutions that occur across various jurisdictions and scales.”
Roam transit, Parks Canada sign five-year $12.9 million deal, new electric buses to be purchased

Roam transit, Parks Canada sign five-year $12.9 million deal, new electric buses to be purchased

“We’re very excited about this agreement. The emissions are significantly lower on electric buses, maintenance costs and need for maintenance is lower as well."
Rocky Mountain Outlook receives two National Newspaper Award nominations

Rocky Mountain Outlook receives two National Newspaper Award nominations

The Rocky Mountain Outlook is nominated for a pair of National Newspaper Awards.
Federal government loosening international COVID-19 travel restrictions

Federal government loosening international COVID-19 travel restrictions

“There is no other destination in Canada that is probably as dependent on tourism as Banff and Lake Louise. … The ability to welcome back international visitors is incredibly exciting, we’re ready to go and welcome the world.”
Roam transit hoping to take advantage of new pandemic grant funding

Roam transit hoping to take advantage of new pandemic grant funding

“We’re excited to see the commitment,” said Martin Bean, chief administrative officer of Bow Valley Regional Transit Services Commission (BVRTSC). “We will be glad to learn more of the details as we move through the process.”
UPDATED: Canada's Brian McKeever wins historic 16th gold medal, Natalie Wilkie earns silver at Winter Paralympics

UPDATED: Canada's Brian McKeever wins historic 16th gold medal, Natalie Wilkie earns silver at Winter Paralympics

16 golds. 20 Paralympic medals overall. Canmore's Brian McKeever has always been on a different level.
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