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CRPS students welcome World Cup athletes

CRPS students welcome World Cup athletes

With today’s start of the 2012 Cross-Country Alberta World Cup, over 400 students from Canadian Rockies Public Schools (CRPS) will be at the Nordic Centre to cheer on athletes, perform and represent the community.
Banff approves final budgets

Banff approves final budgets

It’s official. Banff residents and businesses will see a 1.7 overall increase on their tax bills next year. At a meeting on Monday (Dec.
Canadian skiers seek redemption

Canadian skiers seek redemption

No one does modesty better than Devon Kershaw.
Canmore a finalist for website makeover

Canmore a finalist for website makeover

The Town of Canmore may be in line for a brand new website courtesy of CivicPlus, a company that specializes in building e-government communications systems, if it can garner enough votes before next month.
Banff purchasing speed warning units

Banff purchasing speed warning units

= The purchase of two more speed warning signs for Banff has been given the green light.
Telus looks to potentially make temporary site permanent

Telus looks to potentially make temporary site permanent

A temporary cellphone tower located a half block from Lawrence Grassi Middle School could become permanent, however, the company in charge says the town is in “really good shape” concerning the amount of radio frequency energy it emits.
Cinephile Sandau looks to take on world's best

Cinephile Sandau looks to take on world's best

Once 23-year-old Kevin Sandau is through with skiing, the kid’s gotta future in pictures.
Commercial lottery returns to Banff

Commercial lottery returns to Banff

Banff is going back to a lottery system to hand out the remaining commercial space allowed in the national park townsite – a move welcomed by some of the town’s prominent hoteliers.
Chain store public hearing set

Chain store public hearing set

Banff’s politicians have no appetite to hold a referendum on the issue of controlling the number of chain stores and restaurants in the tourist town, preferring to stick with the process currently underway.
New top cop named for Banff

New top cop named for Banff

Banff has a new top cop as Staff Sgt. Dave Brunner has taken over the local detachment. Brunner, originally from Magrath, Alta., south of Lethbridge, arrives in Banff after a short stint in Canmore, two years in Cumberland House, Sask. (Sgt.
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