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Hydroelectric history preservation with artifact

Hydroelectric history preservation with artifact

Over half a century, the soles of thousands of shoes left their mark on one of the remaining relics of a once booming energy and electric Municipal District of Bighorn community.
BVT size restriction 'best practice'

BVT size restriction 'best practice'

One of Canmore’s most hotly debated land use planning rules has been a restriction on the size of retail stores along Bow Valley Trial and, as it turns out, it has worked to benefit the community.
Parks' head office suppressed grizzly strike

Parks' head office suppressed grizzly strike

The federal environment minister’s office tried to hide the fact a grizzly bear was struck on the Canadian Pacific Railway line in Banff National Park in May 2014.
Cougar signs installed at high risk locations

Cougar signs installed at high risk locations

A year after cougars killed two dogs in Canmore's Benchlands neighbourhood – an incident that jarred the community and ultimately led to the death of two cougars – Alberta Parks and Bow Valley Wildsmart has erected three sets of signs in
Semi rolls; fire truck struck in collision filled day

Semi rolls; fire truck struck in collision filled day

A semi driver was taken to Banff Mineral Springs Hospital with minor injuries today (Feb. 5) after a single vehicle rollover between Canmore and Banff. The male driver lost control of the vehicle travelling westbound just before 1 p.m.
Highland Games gets council's help

Highland Games gets council's help

Work underway to make sure the 25th anniversary of the Canmore Highland Games will see the light of the Labour Day long weekend is well in hand thanks to the generosity of local politicians. On Tuesday (Feb.
Borrowman happy with 2014 in Canmore

Borrowman happy with 2014 in Canmore

While the future effects of low oil prices on Canmore’s economy are still uncertain, the community’s mayor is optimistic for the future following a good year in 2014.
Council rejects Peaks of Grassi development

Council rejects Peaks of Grassi development

Canmore council unanimously voted against a land use bylaw change that would pave the way for additional development in the Peaks of Grassi neighbourhood.
Cougar 'charges' at Canmore man

Cougar 'charges' at Canmore man

An alleged cougar encounter has shaken up a Canmore man after a wild animal “charged” at him multiple times on Friday (Jan. 30) morning. Ben Allan, 20, says he fended off a charging cougar at around 4:30 a.m.
Highland Games hopes for council's support

Highland Games hopes for council's support

Facing possible cancellation of its 25th annual event, the Canmore Highland Games has undertaken a fundraising campaign to raise $50,000 in order to save the event.
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