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EP gets solar award, still awaiting LEEDS

EP gets solar award, still awaiting LEEDS

Canmore’s Elevation Place has been recognized nationally for its solar power installation.
Grizzly spotted in Canmore, Harvie Hts

Grizzly spotted in Canmore, Harvie Hts

Fish and Wildlife report a young male grizzly bear has been spotted grazing between Canmore and Harvie Heights on the north side of the Trans-Canada Highway, prompting wildlife officials to urge the public to use caution on local trails.
CCHC releases accessory suite report

CCHC releases accessory suite report

Canmore Community Housing Corporation released a report this month on the issues and opportunities presented by accessory suites in an effort to inform the upcoming Municipal Development Plan process.
Historic designation for The Ho considered

Historic designation for The Ho considered

The Canmore Hotel is getting closer to having an official historic designation, but first Canmore council must agree to a proposed compensation package in exchange.
CCHC looking to increase Hector rents

CCHC looking to increase Hector rents

Canmore’s first perpetually affordable housing rental project may see rents increase next year by an average of 3.9 per cent.
Candidates debate importance of housing for business

Candidates debate importance of housing for business

The three candidates vying to be the next MLA for Banff-Cochrane were in Canmore on Monday night (April 27) for the latest candidates forum and the hot topic of how the availability of housing affects communities in the Bow Valley was front and centr
CP begins new bridge work

CP begins new bridge work

If you’re driving past Cougar Creek on Bow Valley Trail this week you might notice things are about to change.
RFP issued for gondola

RFP issued for gondola

The Town of Banff is looking to hire an independent expert to assess ways to deal with the tourist town’s traffic troubles, including the feasibility of building an aerial gondola transit system.
Banff approves commercial property transfer bylaw

Banff approves commercial property transfer bylaw

Banff politicians have passed legislation to allow existing built commercial space to be transferred to another property. At a meeting on Monday (April 27), council passed second and third reading of bylaw 346.
Judge declares mistrial for charges against RCMP

Judge declares mistrial for charges against RCMP

A new trial date will be set for two RCMP officers charged with destroying evidence after the judge in the matter declared a mistrial on Monday (April 20).
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