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A little piece of history made its way home to Canmore last week. One of the wooden logs from the original Canmore Opera House has returned to the community as part of a replica of the building being developed in Spring Creek Mountain Village.
Wolf pup killed on highway

Wolf pup killed on highway

A wolf pup was run over and killed on the Trans-Canada Highway Sunday (Aug. 28) – the second pup to be killed along the transportation corridor in Banff National Park this summer.
Staff housing okayed for Beaver Street

Staff housing okayed for Beaver Street

A major residential development will be built on the 300 block of Beaver Street – the first development in that neighbourhood since lands were changed from public service to residential.
Winter fest a priority for tourism in Banff

Winter fest a priority for tourism in Banff

A new report calls for an initial $825,000 financial investment to help give Banff National Park the competitive edge in the ongoing war to win over tourists world-wide.
Hiker still missing

Hiker still missing

The search for a hiker missing for 10 days in Highwood Pass was on hold Wednesday as searchers regrouped to decide what to do next. Kevin Kennedy, 59, went missing, Aug.
Heli rescue plucks two climbers from Mt. Temple

Heli rescue plucks two climbers from Mt. Temple

Two experienced climbers were plucked to safety, Monday morning (Aug. 29) after spending a long night near the 3,554-metre summit of Mount Temple.
Bigfoot may roam in Banff

Bigfoot may roam in Banff

Bigfoot believers claim they have DNA evidence that proves the mythical half-man, half-ape-like creature has been roaming the forests of Banff and Kootenay national parks.
Eagles ask for rent deferral

Eagles ask for rent deferral

The Canmore Eagles hockey club wants the municipality to defer its rental fees for arena ice in order for the organization to get back on its feet again.
Trapping rabbits still illegal in Canmore

Trapping rabbits still illegal in Canmore

A volunteer organization working to put forward a proposal to use non-lethal methods in dealing with Canmore’s feral rabbit population are concerned residents of the community are taking matters into their own hands.
Serial smasher targets Glacier Drive

Serial smasher targets Glacier Drive

Someone is smashing car windows on Glacier Drive, as this reporter experienced Saturday morning (Aug. 27). Five other vehicles parked on the street that day had similar damage. One car even had a large rock lodged in its windshield.
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