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Women Who Care raising funds

Women Who Care raising funds

An initiative that has been making waves across North America now has a local chapter in the Bow Valley. 100 Women Who Care Rockies are on a mission to raise $40,000 in one year to support local charitable organizations in the Bow Valley.
Cougar Creek homes assessments down

Cougar Creek homes assessments down

Assessments of properties along Cougar Creek this year have seen 10 to 30 per cent reductions in the value of land and buildings.
Bighorn councillor demands more invoice details

Bighorn councillor demands more invoice details

An MD of Bighorn councillor wants the municipality to publically disclose details of a million-dollar invoice Lafarge submitted to the province for rock provided to the MD during the June 2013 flood.
First bear out of den spotted

First bear out of den spotted

The bears are out in Banff. The first reported grizzly bear out of its den this year was seen near the railway line at Massive Siding east of the Hillsdale split along the Bow Valley Parkway on Sunday (March 16).
Bighorn gets funds to study mountain creeks

Bighorn gets funds to study mountain creeks

The provincial government has approved more than $4 million in grants for the MD of Bighorn to study the hazards of creeks that flooded last June and provide some short-term mitigation.
Marble Canyon yields new Cambrian creatures

Marble Canyon yields new Cambrian creatures

For over a century it’s been recognized that Burgess Pass, located in Yoho National Park in the shadow of Mount Wapta and Mount Field, is home to one of the most important fossil deposits in the world.
Camera spots five cougars at once

Camera spots five cougars at once

Cougars are solitary animals, so when conservation officer Glenn Naylor checked one of his remote cameras near Canmore recently and found a picture that captured five cats in one frame, he knew it was something unique.
BREAKING NEWS - Calgary avalanche victim dead

BREAKING NEWS - Calgary avalanche victim dead

Lake Louise RCMP report that a 38 year old Calgary man who was caught in an avalanche in the Helens Shoulder area near Lake Louise passed away Sunday (March 16) at Foothills Hospital in Calgary.
BREAKING NEWS: Father and son die in Lake Louise avalanche

BREAKING NEWS: Father and son die in Lake Louise avalanche

A father and son were found dead by the shores of Lake Louise, buried by an avalanche off of Mount Fairview on Saturday (March 15).
BREAKING NEWS - Man buried in avalanche near Icefields Parkway

BREAKING NEWS - Man buried in avalanche near Icefields Parkway

A 38-year-old Calgary man is fighting for his life at Foothills Hospital after he was buried by an avalanche for 15 minutes in the Helen Shoulder glades, four kilometres south of Num-Ti-Jah Lodge on Highway 93 North in Banff National Park on Saturday
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