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Thank you Banff

Thank you Banff

Editor: Dear town of Banff residents and business owners; On behalf of GranFondo Canada, and the participants in this year’s RBC GranFondo Banff cycling event held Saturday (Aug. 23), I want to thank you for your incredible hospitality.
Lafarge completes green upgrade at Exshaw plant

Lafarge completes green upgrade at Exshaw plant

Lafarge took a step forward in improving its environmental footprint after completing a $20 million upgrade that will reduce emissions at its Exshaw location.
Canmore pool closing for repairs

Canmore pool closing for repairs

Part of Canmore’s crown jewel of recreational facilities will shut down during the month of September to address deficiencies in construction and annual maintenance.
Canmore taking second look at BVT housing policy

Canmore taking second look at BVT housing policy

Changes to the land use bylaw to allow employee and affordable housing conversions along Bow Valley Trail will require a bit more work before they can be used by the community.
Vehicle break-in leaves U.S. hiker without passport

Vehicle break-in leaves U.S. hiker without passport

It was a vacation into the scenic Canadian Rockies Brian Potter and Jim Healey won’t soon forget – but not in the way they had hoped. During a camping trip, the U.S.
Local tech company reaches lofty heights at world champs

Local tech company reaches lofty heights at world champs

A small tech company that started in a Canmore basement is about to graduate into world leading status in Edmonton this weekend at the ITU World Championships, where their work will measure milliseconds for more than 4,000 athletes over the six-day e
A reason to begin a new chapter

A reason to begin a new chapter

Don’t shhhut that book just yet; the library is still open. The Banff public library extended its weekly operating hours and goers have been “staying to the bitter end” each day.
SDAB denies proposed employee housing project

SDAB denies proposed employee housing project

Canmore’s subdivision and development appeal board has denied a proposal by a local business to build employee housing along Bow Valley Trail.
Banff council reallocates funds for YWCA

Banff council reallocates funds for YWCA

It is unfortunate nobody took advantage of a secondary suites incentive in Banff since its creation in 2007, but it means the YWCA may benefit by reallocation of those funds. Banff council voted Monday (Aug.
Stewart Creek public hearing next week

Stewart Creek public hearing next week

The next phase of Three Sisters Mountain Village is getting ready to move forward with a Land Use Bylaw amendment that paves the way for up to 200 units to be developed.
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