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Stefan Kuhn to appear on Chopped

Stefan Kuhn to appear on Chopped

While not everyone is comfortable working under tight time constraints and with cameras rolling as they compete against their peers, the situation isn’t that unusual for Canmore’s Stefan Kuhn.
Lafarge requests powerline relocation

Lafarge requests powerline relocation

The relocation of approximately two kilometres of transmission line near Exshaw is on the table to accommodate a $400+million expansion at the nearby cement plant.
Parks employees fired for swimming with snails

Parks employees fired for swimming with snails

Two Parks Canada employees were hit with hefty court fines for swimming in the home of Banff’s endangered snail. Stephan A. Titcomb, an employee of the Upper Hot Springs, and Parks Canada employee Kirsten E.
Harvey leads Canadian team in Czech Republic

Harvey leads Canadian team in Czech Republic

Alex Harvey returned to the top-10 while several young Canadian skiers were thrown into the world cup fray again, as the Canadian team continues to balance the needs of its high performers and budding prospects on the world cup.
Pro bison postcards presented to Richards

Pro bison postcards presented to Richards

It’s official, not only do Albertans wish to see a reintroduction of wild plains bison back into Banff National Park, but also members of the global community. On Friday, (Jan.
Students sell ideas to businesses

Students sell ideas to businesses

Local business owners were all ears for students presenting ideas on how to get their brand’s awareness out there.
Casey hopes to repeat PC nomination

Casey hopes to repeat PC nomination

With speculation that 2015 may be an election year in Alberta, political parties are getting their candidates ready to hit the campaign trail and that includes the Banff-Cochrane riding.
Accommodation group supports Town rental housing project

Accommodation group supports Town rental housing project

Banff Lake Louise Hotel Motel Association is voicing support for the Town of Banff developing rental housing to ease the resort town’s housing crunch – but the group wants the municipality to push for discounts on land from the federal government and
DNA to ID grizzly's lineage

DNA to ID grizzly's lineage

Wildlife experts are using DNA analysis to determine if grizzly bear 130, one of the bears in Banff National Park fitted with a GPS collar for research purposes, is the daughter of famed grizzly bear 64.
Spanish courses now available to CRPS students

Spanish courses now available to CRPS students

Bow Valley students with a New Year’s Resolution to learn Spanish are in luck, as the language will be taught at schools this February.
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