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Teenager dead after accident at Banff ski hill

Teenager dead after accident at Banff ski hill

“On EMS arrival, the patient was found to be in critical and life-threatening condition."
Kananaskis logging plan pauses for stakeholder consultation

Kananaskis logging plan pauses for stakeholder consultation

“We want to take time to meet with local groups that have expressed an interest in our planned activities and to meet with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) to discuss the bridge over the Highwood River.”
COMMENTARY: We are sick of sick notes

COMMENTARY: We are sick of sick notes

COMMENTARY: There is one thing doctors and patients can readily agree upon: we both hate sick notes.
Injured moose put down after getting struck on highway near Lake Louise

Injured moose put down after getting struck on highway near Lake Louise

“Unfortunately it couldn't move on its own so they decided that it would have to be euthanized.”
Alberta government declares early start to wildfire season, adding more wildland firefighting personnel

Alberta government declares early start to wildfire season, adding more wildland firefighting personnel

Wildfire season, which usually starts on March 1 every year, opened on February 20 as the province announced a funding request for more wildland firefighters going to Budget 2024.
Canmore direct control districts to see potential development authority change

Canmore direct control districts to see potential development authority change

“That’s really not the level of decision-making council should be concerned with,”
EDITORIAL: Visitor paid parking, mode shift necessary for Bow Valley

EDITORIAL: Visitor paid parking, mode shift necessary for Bow Valley

EDITORIAL: Paid parking can be seen as a double edged sword.
Use of bees in agriculture common link between Alberta's threatened bees

Use of bees in agriculture common link between Alberta's threatened bees

The relative abundance of all native bees in Alberta isn't falling at the same pace.
Train derailment cuts communication services to Field residents

Train derailment cuts communication services to Field residents

The incident severed data, text, mobile, land line, and internet service to areas east of the derailment site including the community of Field for three days.
Rural crime fight continuing, says Alberta's justice minister

Rural crime fight continuing, says Alberta's justice minister

Eligible community-based organizations and interest groups can apply for one-time grants of between $5,000 and $25,000.
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