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Nakoda Lodge on schedule to openas treatment centre in late January

Nakoda Lodge on schedule to openas treatment centre in late January

The transition of Nakoda Lodge from a recreational tourist destination to a chronic pain treatment and addictions centre is well underway, with an opening tentatively slated for late January. The overall response from a Nov.
Brewster's Stuff the Bus returns this weekend

Brewster's Stuff the Bus returns this weekend

Brewster Travel Canada, Canmore Sobeys and the Town of Banff have partnered up again with the Santa’s Anonymous Christmas Hamper Drive and the Bow Valley Christmas Spirit Campaign to collect donations for Bow Valley families.
DAB says fence unacceptable

DAB says fence unacceptable

A fence built around a Muskrat Street property will have to be removed after the Development Appeal Board denied an application to leave it in place, Thursday (Nov. 29).
BREAKING NEWS - Bus service starts next week

BREAKING NEWS - Bus service starts next week

Next week, a plan to have full transit service between Canmore and Banff - an idea that originally came about in 2007 - will come to fruition and provide residents and visitors with an environmentally-friendly option for travel.
New study points to increased temperature in beetle-killed areas

New study points to increased temperature in beetle-killed areas

Stopping the mountain pine beetle in their tracks appears to be making more sense following the release of a new study, published Sunday (Nov. 25) in the journal Nature Geoscience.
Town looking for pool proposals

Town looking for pool proposals

Since announcing its intention last month to redevelop the pool area in the Rec Centre, the Town of Canmore has received just two proposals, but is still encouraging groups to come forward before next month’s deadline. Engage Canmore (www.
Canmore student's insightful poem wins provincial award

Canmore student's insightful poem wins provincial award

A Canmore student has won a province-wide poetry competition designed to foster an understanding of the importance of being connected with the greater world.
Province boosts World Cup with cash injection

Province boosts World Cup with cash injection

The provincial government is pumping $226,000 into the Canmore cross-country World Cup (Dec. 13-16) races to increase the size of the international event. Tourism minister Christine Cusanelli made the announcement Monday (Nov.
High school, TD bank teaming up for seniors

High school, TD bank teaming up for seniors

As Christmas approaches, Canmore Community High School and TD Bank are teaming up to ensure it’s a happy one for local seniors.
Liberal leadership hopeful looking to re-engage Canadians

Liberal leadership hopeful looking to re-engage Canadians

Supporters of the federal Liberal party are anxiously awaiting the announcement of potential candidates to lead them back into power for the first time since 2006, but one declared candidate is already on the move across the country promoting her pol
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