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CBT looks at business registry changes

CBT looks at business registry changes

The Town of Canmore’s business registry may undergo significant changes in the near future as officials look to it as a way to fund economic development for the community.
Tennis courts moving to new hourly rates

Tennis courts moving to new hourly rates

The Canmore Tennis Association and Town of Canmore will charge a set hourly court rate as of July 27. Tennis players will pay $7.50 an hour for use of Town courts, with payment available through the association’s website or by cash at the courts.
Canmore hoping for provincial land swap

Canmore hoping for provincial land swap

Canmore Mayor John Borrowman hopes negotiations with the province for a land swap currently underway may be expanded in an effort to secure more land for affordable housing in the community.
Spreading Creek fire called 'good news story'

Spreading Creek fire called 'good news story'

Officials with the province and Banff National Park are saying the Spreading Creek wildfire is an example of a good news story when it comes to biodiversity and fire management.
Council under siege over paid parking

Council under siege over paid parking

Small town charm was in very short supply in Banff council chambers as residents opposed to paid parking took advantage of a public forum to air their complaints, Monday (July 21).
So long, and thanks for all the fish

So long, and thanks for all the fish

So it’s come to this. After 15 years, I’m leaving Canmore. My wife, Cathy, landed her dream job in Calgary, so we’re packing up and moving east. As part of that, I’ve decided that after 15 years in journalism it’s time for a change.
Lime dust leak in Exshaw

Lime dust leak in Exshaw

Excessive air in the unloading system for a hydrated lime silo caused about 500 kilograms of fine, white powder to spill from a release spout and onto the ground at the Exshaw cement plant Monday (July 21) at about 10:30 a.m.
Parks' Original clothing now on sale

Parks' Original clothing now on sale

Parks Canada’s clothing line, which has been in development since 2011, has finally been released and yes, it is made in Canada.
Small declared a person of national historic significance

Small declared a person of national historic significance

American explorers Lewis and Clark, led by their Shonshone guide Sacagawea, spent nearly three years exploring the American West.
Final SSRP still criticized over Castle protection

Final SSRP still criticized over Castle protection

The final South Saskatchewan Regional Plan has added more area in the Castle region to be protected, but critics say it is not enough to ensure the critical landscape of that area is preserved in its entirety.
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