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Trail maps and signage in the works

Trail maps and signage in the works

Many visitors to Canmore, including a major tourism marketing expert, have remarked that the trail system within the downtown core is a mystery – but not for much longer.
BREAKING NEWS: Canmore abduction and assault suspect arrested

BREAKING NEWS: Canmore abduction and assault suspect arrested

RCMP report that a Canmore man being sought for the alleged abduction and sexual assault of an eight-year-old girl has been located and arrested in Whistler, B.C. Early on Thursday (Feb.
Calls for change follows Discovery Walk announcement

Calls for change follows Discovery Walk announcement

Canada’s minister for the environment approved Brewster Travel Canada’s proposed Glacier Discovery Walk along the Icefields Parkway in Jasper National Park last week, prompting one local conservationist to call for a change of how Parks Canada is man
Banff considering event business licence changes

Banff considering event business licence changes

Banff’s politicians have left the door open to different business licence options for events-based businesses in the face of a strong campaign from out-of-town wedding photographers and planners.
Wildlife managers under Solicitor General

Wildlife managers under Solicitor General

Conservation and Fish and Wildlife officers will be removed from the Alberta Parks and Sustainable Resource Development ministries and placed under the authority of the Ministry of the Solicitor General and Public Security.
Jail time for man shot, Tasered

Jail time for man shot, Tasered

A Saskatchewan man who was pulled over for driving too slow while high on cocaine before leading police on a chase through Banff after being shot and eventually Tasered has been sentenced to three years in jail.
Valley skiers strike gold

Valley skiers strike gold

The fastest cross-country skier in the world is from Canmore. The fastest downhill skier is from Banff. Devon Kershaw and Jan Hudec proved it on Saturday (Feb. 4) as both claimed World Cup gold in historic fashion.
Manning inducted into Order of Canada

Manning inducted into Order of Canada

Ceramic artist Les Manning, a former Canmore resident who spent 25 years leading the ceramics program at The Banff Centre, has been named a member of the Order of Canada.
Wildlife tracks tell story in the snow

Wildlife tracks tell story in the snow

Tracking wild animals by following the prints they leave behind in the snow is a lot like learning to read a story that’s recorded in the natural landscape, says Parks Canada wildlife researcher Simon Ham.
Flood control work planned

Flood control work planned

Major work on Canmore’s flood control dike this summer is expected to affect both recreational users of the river pathway and nearby residents.
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