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Campground closed after black bear encounter

Campground closed after black bear encounter

A black bear ripped the side of a tent trailer where a family with two young children was sleeping, forcing wildlife officials to close the campground at Rampart Creek in the northern end of Banff National Park.
Motorcyclist killed in collision with bus near Canmore

Motorcyclist killed in collision with bus near Canmore

A motorcyclist was killed over the weekend after colliding with a tour bus on Highway 1A four kilometres east of Canmore. Canmore RCMP said a 61-year-old man from Calgary was pronounced dead on the scene around 3:30 p.m.
Only minor injuries after house explodes in Canmore

Only minor injuries after house explodes in Canmore

Only minor injuries have been reported after a house exploded in Canmore just before 5 p.m. on Friday (June 26) afternoon.
Explosion rocks downtown Canmore neighbourhood

Explosion rocks downtown Canmore neighbourhood

Canmore emergency crews are on scene of a house explosion that occurred just before 5 p.m.
Coho swimmers ride wave of improvement

Coho swimmers ride wave of improvement

The Elevation Place Pool will need reinforcements if the Canmore Coho Swim Club keeps bringing home so many medals.
Banff getting traffic message out before Canada Day

Banff getting traffic message out before Canada Day

Climbers rescued near Lake Louise

Climbers rescued near Lake Louise

Two experienced climbers spent a long, cold night on the highest peak in the Lake Louise area after getting lost on the classic East Ridge of Mount Temple.
Bear darted in downtown Canmore

Bear darted in downtown Canmore

A three-year-old black bear treed for three hours next to a condo development near downtown Canmore has been relocated outside the town’s boundaries. RCMP responded to a wildlife call at 9 a.m.
New CEO and summer schedule for ROAM

New CEO and summer schedule for ROAM

Parks rescues ducks from TCH

Parks rescues ducks from TCH

Four ducklings dutifully following their mom down the Trans-Canada Highway near Banff were rescued by wildlife experts on Sunday (June 21).
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