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Modernization project announced for BES

Modernization project announced for BES

Banff Elementary School will see major modernization with the announcement of a multi-million dollar project by the provincial government on Wednesday (Jan. 29).
Pipe break floods Civic Centre

Pipe break floods Civic Centre

Canmore's Civic Centre is expected to be closed for approximately four days to cleanup flood damage caused by a burst pipe overnight.
Sunshine argues entitlement for parking on access road

Sunshine argues entitlement for parking on access road

Sunshine Village and Parks Canada were back in federal court last week to argue about what parts of its access road the ski hill should be able to use to park vehicles.
Banff taxes rising in 2014

Banff taxes rising in 2014

Banff residents will see close to a four per cent overall tax increase this year. At a meeting on Monday (Jan. 27), council approved a $30.
Ten thousand charged with speeding

Ten thousand charged with speeding

Last year, RCMP Cpl. Chris Blandford and Sheriff Sgt. Rick Manasterski of the Bow Valley Integrated Traffic Unit promised aggressive speed enforcement would take place throughout the Bow Valley Region.
Green thumbs get green light

Green thumbs get green light

Lawrence Grassi Middle School and Canmore Community Daycare are going to get a whole lot greener thanks to local business Farm Box receiving permission from Canadian Rockies Public Schools (CRPS) to install a new community garden.
Help for a sleepless child

Help for a sleepless child

A sleepless child, or one with any of the innumerable sleeping problems, is one of the many anxieties and challenges parents face, and when a child isn’t sleeping, nobody sleeps.
Canmore far from decision on old pool

Canmore far from decision on old pool

Tanya Foubert CANMORE Elevation Place has been up and running for almost a year now, but the Town of Canmore is still far from deciding what exactly will happen with the old pool at the Rec Centre.
Change in provincial grants challenge Canmore projects

Change in provincial grants challenge Canmore projects

Municipal capital projects are often funded in multiple ways, including through money raised by property taxes, by borrowing and by applying for and receiving grants from other levels of government.
Legacy Trail connection gets green light for 2015

Legacy Trail connection gets green light for 2015

The final connection of the Legacy Trail in Banff is on the capital books for 2015.
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