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Proposals sought for design-build DMF water connection

Proposals sought for design-build DMF water connection

MD of Bighorn council has authorized administration to issue a call for proposals to design and build a water and wastewater connection from Canmore to Dead Man’s Flats.
No cap set on licences for taxi companies

No cap set on licences for taxi companies

Canmore council has decided to maintain the taxi bylaw in its current form and not put a cap on the number of future cab businesses it issues licences to.
Bear moved out of valley

Bear moved out of valley

A black bear spotted in multiple backyards near Elk Run Boulevard last weekend has been relocated out of the valley after it was tranquilized by Fish and Wildlife officers. Around 16 calls were received on Saturday (Sept.
Project proposed to fill Bear Street lot

Project proposed to fill Bear Street lot

An eyesore created when Cascade Plaza developers couldn’t secure one remaining parcel of land at the northern end of Bear Street more than 20 years ago may finally be fully redeveloped.
Graffiti monitored in Banff

Graffiti monitored in Banff

The Town of Banff continues to proactively crack down on graffiti throughout the tourist town by way of two or more graffiti elimination campaigns each year. Up until Aug.
Input sought on outdoor displays

Input sought on outdoor displays

The Town of Banff plans to go to the public on a new policy that will outline once and for all the dos and don’ts of outdoor retailing and sidewalk displays in the tourist town.
School fees stressing students

School fees stressing students

According to a BMO 2012 student survey, while the majority (59 per cent) of students are excited about the upcoming school year, the poll showed that paying for school is causing more stress than their academics.
Climbing wall supervisor named

Climbing wall supervisor named

With numerous accolades and achievements, such as being called an ambassador of mountain culture and having his excursions featured in prominent climbing publications, Sonnie Trotter seems the perfect fit to be the face of the Elevation Place climbin
Scramblers spend night on Cascade

Scramblers spend night on Cascade

Two female scramblers spent a long, cold night hunkered down above steep cliffs on Banff’s Cascade Mountain after getting lost on their descent on Monday (Sept. 17). The two inexperienced scramblers used a cellphone to raise the alarm after 8:30 p.m.
Funding needed to complete final section of Legacy Trail

Funding needed to complete final section of Legacy Trail

The final piece of the Legacy Trail is moving ahead nicely. Alberta Transportation has given its approval to build the last portion of the trail from the Harvie Heights overpass, just east of the Banff National Park east gate, to Canmore.
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