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Banff residents object to 'boarding house for transients'

Banff residents object to 'boarding house for transients'

A proposed staff accommodation project on Beaver Street in Banff is receiving push back from members of the community who don’t think dormitory-style housing is appropriate in a residential neighbourhood.
OLYMPICS UPDATE - Sochi 10 km course beats down Webster, Canadians

OLYMPICS UPDATE - Sochi 10 km course beats down Webster, Canadians

With the hopes of Team MitoCanada on her back, Canmore’s Brittany Webster was the top Canadian in the women’s 10 kilometre classic cross-country ski race on Thursday (Feb. 13) at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Museum collections safe from flooding

Museum collections safe from flooding

No historical artifacts, photographs, paintings or books were damaged when a water main in the Canmore Civic Centre burst early in the morning of Jan. 31. Canmore Museum and Geoscience Centre director Debbie Carrico said Monday (Feb.
Civic Centre staff moving into Main Street office

Civic Centre staff moving into Main Street office

After major flooding at the Canmore Civic Centre damaged municipal offices at the end of January, town staff will move into new digs next week on Main Street.
Stone Creek mitigation to cost more

Stone Creek mitigation to cost more

The Town of Canmore’s mitigation effort for Stone Creek in Silvertip is expected to cost $720,000.
NOWE celebrates first year of programming

NOWE celebrates first year of programming

A Morley Community School pilot project called Project NOWE (Nakoda Outdoor Wilderness Experience), celebrated its first successful year last Wednesday (Jan. 29) at The Banff Centre. Funded by the Mary A.
Historian identifies 'young spinner' featured in upcoming show

Historian identifies 'young spinner' featured in upcoming show

With dark braids and a piercing, determined gaze directly into the camera, the girl identified only as “young spinner in Carolina mill ” helped photographer Lewis Hine change child labour laws in the U.S.
CHLA recognizes community members for flood actions

CHLA recognizes community members for flood actions

Gail Deegan always has two things going for her – a well stocked kitchen and a perfect view of the Trans-Canada Highway from her third floor condo.
Redesign of Surprise Corner now on hold

Redesign of Surprise Corner now on hold

Banff’s scenic viewpoint overlooking Bow Falls won’t get a facelift any time soon.
Alberta, Colorado floods compared

Alberta, Colorado floods compared

Nearly eight months after the milestone event, 50 researchers, academics, government scientists and engineers from across North America will gather in Canmore to participate in a workshop focused on the study and understanding of the 2013 floods that
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