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Poverty crusade launched from backyard

Poverty crusade launched from backyard

Sean Krausert is giving up some the comforts in his life to raise awareness of world poverty. A resident of the Bow Valley for the past 15 years, Krausert, 42, lives in Canmore with his wife and two children.
Canmore folk festival in transition

Canmore folk festival in transition

The Canmore Folk Music Festival will never be the same – gone are the days of sitting for the entire evening and enjoying the music.
Fossil thieves captured in Field

Fossil thieves captured in Field

Two people caught with fossils from the Burgess Shale led authorities on a wild chase through Field last weekend, eventually jumping into a fast-flowing river in a desperate attempt to avoid capture.
Fraud charges laid in time share scam

Fraud charges laid in time share scam

Multiple fraud charges have been laid against two individuals, one from Canmore, and four companies in relation to a time share operation.
Cougar attacks girl

Cougar attacks girl

A young male cougar was shot and killed by conservation officers, Tuesday (Aug. 2) after it attacked a six-year-old girl from Canmore at Barrier Lake.
Province approves recreational expansion

Province approves recreational expansion

A proposal to add more than 200 campsites in Kananaskis country and upgrade several recreational facilities has been approved by the province.
Cougar killed after attack

Cougar killed after attack

A young male cougar was shot and killed by conservation officers, Tuesday (Aug. 2) after it attacked a six-year-old girl from Canmore at Barrier Lake.
Man fined for not carrying bear spray

Man fined for not carrying bear spray

For the first time Parks Canada is requiring hikers to carry bear spray on a popular Banff trail and it’s enforcing the rule.
Black bear killed in K-Country

Black bear killed in K-Country

A black bear that grabbed a child’s backpack at Camp Chief Hector has been destroyed amid fears it posed too big a threat to people.
Springs golf course turns 100

Springs golf course turns 100

The long and storied history of the Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course has close ties to the emergence of Banff as a massive tourism destination.
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