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Canmore candidates offer platforms

Canmore candidates offer platforms

With the Oct. 21 municipal election looming, Canmore council hopefuls have offered their platforms.
Spotlight shines on local artists

Spotlight shines on local artists

Mentoring, building and family tradition were the highlights of this year’s Spotlight on the Arts. The 2013 Mayor’s Spotlight was held Thursday (Sept. 26) at the newly renovated Canmore Miners’ Union Hall.
Canmore's seniors' lodge to get $8.46 million upgrade

Canmore's seniors' lodge to get $8.46 million upgrade

Bow River Lodge in Canmore will see a major renovation and upgrade with the announcement of $8.46 million for the project last week.
Buck freed from rope

Buck freed from rope

A big buck underwent a traumatic experience in Banff after getting entangled in heavy-duty rope earlier this week – and there’s a chance the deer could still end up dying. The drama began Monday (Sept.
Cheque to help reach the peak

Cheque to help reach the peak

The 2014 Alberta Winter Games received a financial boost last week after organizers received a cheque for $75,000. The cheque was handed over on Friday (Sept.
Lafarge proposes new fuel

Lafarge proposes new fuel

The Lafarge cement plant in Exshaw is proposing to burn an engineered fuel in Kiln 5 as a means to reduce reliance on coal and natural gas.
Borrowman challenged by two in election race

Borrowman challenged by two in election race

The race to see who will be Canmore’s next mayor got a bit more interesting this week with a third candidate throwing his hat into the ring to challenge incumbent John Borrowman.
Rotary extends relief to K-Country

Rotary extends relief to K-Country

The Canmore Rotary Club Charitable Foundation has extended its Flood Relief Fund grant program to residents of the Kananaskis Improvement District.
Nine candidates for Canmore council

Nine candidates for Canmore council

It may not be the largest slate of candidates for Canmore council in the history of municipal elections, but nine members of the community are looking for votes in order to spend the next four years determining the town’s future.
Banff adopts financial plan

Banff adopts financial plan

Banff town council has adopted a financial plan for 2014 that caps next year’s municipal tax increase and staff wages adjustments at one per cent based on Alberta inflation. Under the plan adopted by council Monday (Sept.
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