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Hydraulic oil sprays across Exshaw

Hydraulic oil sprays across Exshaw

A hydraulic oil release at Lafarge's Exshaw plant on Saturday (Oct. 18) has EnviroHazmat Emergency Response workers cleaning contaminated areas and prompted classes to be cancelled at the nearby school.
2.7 quake felt in valley

2.7 quake felt in valley

Some Bow Valley residents felt a minor tremor when a 2.7 magnitude earthquake occurred in Banff, Thursday (Oct. 16). According to Natural Resources Canada, the event occurred at 5:42 p.m. and was lightly felt.
Halloween parade organizers request funds for growing event

Halloween parade organizers request funds for growing event

The annual Halloween parade in Canmore has become a popular tradition for families in the community, but organizers say with the demand come challenges.
Canmore getting a piece of the 'stache

Canmore getting a piece of the 'stache

The Town of Canmore has successfully negotiated a land exchange with the provincial government, giving it a 4.2-acre lot along Palliser Trail.
Roam brining all drivers in-house

Roam brining all drivers in-house

By the end of the year, Roam transit will employ all of its bus drivers instead of contracting its regional service out to a third party.
Back from Africa with Free The Children

Back from Africa with Free The Children

Often in life, a person needs to get away from home to gain an even greater appreciation of what they have at home.
Students taught to be vigilant in the wild

Students taught to be vigilant in the wild

Students were shown the difference in wildlife tracks, types of scat and how to avoid an animal attack during Banff Elementary School’s (BES) awareness week.
Caribou projects to help boost herds

Caribou projects to help boost herds

A series of projects focused on bolstering the dwindling number of woodland caribou in Alberta and B.C. appear to be providing both dramatic results and some optimism about the future of caribou in Western Canada.
Utilities going up in Dead Man's

Utilities going up in Dead Man's

Dead Man’s Flats is set to receive its own fees for water and sewage services as residential and commercial property expansion prepares to take off.
Canada's West Marketplace set for Canmore

Canada's West Marketplace set for Canmore

Tanya Foubert CANMORE The biggest annual showcase of Western Canadian tourism products is set to hit Canmore for Nov. 17-21, providing a rare opportunity to showcase the community to delegates and buyers.
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