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PHOTOS: Pride Ski Day hits Banff's Mount Norquay slopes

PHOTOS: Pride Ski Day hits Banff's Mount Norquay slopes

PHOTOS: Pride Ski Day hits Banff's Mount Norquay slopes
Data shows Alberta has record drug poisoning deaths, but no increase in rates of addiction

Data shows Alberta has record drug poisoning deaths, but no increase in rates of addiction

Alberta's toxic drug death toll has been blamed on a worsening "addiction crisis," but data shows no increase in substance use disorders over last decade.
Celebrate Tourism Week 2024 by submitting a photo for a chance to win!!

Celebrate Tourism Week 2024 by submitting a photo for a chance to win!!

Tourism Week is April 15-19. Each year, it offers an opportunity to reflect on the positive contributions that the tourism sector makes to local communities across Canada. Throughout the Bow Valley, welcoming visitors plays a huge part in all of our lives. Along with economic prosperity, tourism also brings us diverse experiences, special privileges and incredible opportunities.
Banff’s Whyte Museum showcases three new galleries for spring

Banff’s Whyte Museum showcases three new galleries for spring

On Friday (April 12), at 7 p.m. the museum will be hosting the opening for Menagerie of Disappearance and Time: In the Mountains.
Damaged bridge fixed ahead of schedule in Yoho National Park, two-way traffic resumes

Damaged bridge fixed ahead of schedule in Yoho National Park, two-way traffic resumes

Two-way regular traffic has resumed on the Trans-Canada Highway in Yoho National Park after work to fix damage on Chancellor-Kicking Horse bridge was completed almost two weeks ahead of time.
Alberta RCMP advise drivers to hit the brakes on speeding

Alberta RCMP advise drivers to hit the brakes on speeding

Last year, Alberta RCMP issued over 60,000 speeding tickets, 761 of them for excessive speeding (50 km/h or more over the speed limit).
COMMENTARY: Important to have thoughtful, meaningful discussion

COMMENTARY: Important to have thoughtful, meaningful discussion

COMMENTARY: Citizens, and even council members, have limits on their capacity for absorbing information, reflecting on it and making decisions. These decisions will affect our community for decades to come.
LETTER: Focusing on commercial needs has hurt Banff

LETTER: Focusing on commercial needs has hurt Banff

LETTER: Now, as a result of this deliberate approach, Banffites are forced to confront an ugly and damaging plan to increase residential density.
Significant work at The Gateway, Three Sisters roundabout expected for 2024

Significant work at The Gateway, Three Sisters roundabout expected for 2024

“There’s definitely a lot of activity forthcoming in Gateway this year and looking forward to welcoming new retailers next year,”
PHOTOS: Bow Valley mountain grannies return with the chili-in-a-bowl fundraiser

PHOTOS: Bow Valley mountain grannies return with the chili-in-a-bowl fundraiser

PHOTOS: Bow Valley mountain grannies return with the chili-in-a-bowl fundraiser
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