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Through the Lens marks 18 years of expression

Through the Lens marks 18 years of expression

Novice photography and youth go hand in hand – with both, you really don’t know what you’re doing, but every now and then something magical happens and you’re able to pull it off.
Squash group steps forward

Squash group steps forward

While Canmore council has not officially decided on the future of the Peaks of Grassi gym in the Rec Centre, a new recreation group is stepping forward with a proposal to see squash courts added to the facility and the community as a whole.
Wildlife conflict, visitation rise together

Wildlife conflict, visitation rise together

The number of wildlife conflict occurrences in Banff National Park hit an all-time high last year – while at the same time the number of visitors to Canada’s flagship national park continued to soar.
Wanted: not-for-profit in Parks building

Wanted: not-for-profit in Parks building

Parks Canada is looking for a not-for-profit organization to set up shop in its vacant building on Banff Avenue.
Banff breaks temperature record

Banff breaks temperature record

Unseasonably warm weather in the Bow Valley smashed temperature records earlier this week. Banff was one of 17 communities that broke records across the province on Sunday (Jan.
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.
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