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Exshaw Mountain Gateway receives subdivision approval

Exshaw Mountain Gateway receives subdivision approval

“We’ve had a lot of meetings with locals and phone calls and text messages over the years. We appreciate the public engagement we’ve had through the ASP [area structure plan] process, various open houses, as well as site walks.”
Kieran Dowling resigns as Kananaskis Improvement District CAO

Kieran Dowling resigns as Kananaskis Improvement District CAO

“This will be my last meeting with KID.”
Grizzly bears back in crosshairs as Alberta lifts hunting ban in select cases

Grizzly bears back in crosshairs as Alberta lifts hunting ban in select cases

Grizzly bears involved in human-bear conflicts, without young and with authorization by wildlife officers may be hunted by selected eligible individuals from pool created by forestry and parks minister.
Canmore grad makes quantum leap, bags $100K scholarship

Canmore grad makes quantum leap, bags $100K scholarship

“I was just yelling at my parents, ‘come look at this,’ and we were all jumping up and down. It was really exciting.”
Alberta Parks paving way for more parking in Kananaskis Highwood Pass

Alberta Parks paving way for more parking in Kananaskis Highwood Pass

“Increased parking capacity will help the area safely welcome more visitors, including providing a pull-through loop for RV parking and future transit opportunities.”
MD of Bighorn revisiting recreation policy for first time in over 30 years

MD of Bighorn revisiting recreation policy for first time in over 30 years

Administration flagged the policy for review acknowledging it is outdated and has a lack of clear definition around what constitutes a recreation program, causing potential challenges in policy adherence.
New plan for Alberta's provincial parks aims to ease growing pains

New plan for Alberta's provincial parks aims to ease growing pains

Province revising its Plan for Parks to address growing population, visitation and resulting pressures 15 years after first iteration.
Reviving Îethka language, culture with Tina and Trent Fox

Reviving Îethka language, culture with Tina and Trent Fox

Respected Îyârhe Nakoda elder and fluent Îethka speaker Tina Fox releases new book: "Îethka Stories & Language in Stoney Nakoda Country," co-authored by her late son Trent Fox.
Lake Louise RCMP investigating tree fire as arson

Lake Louise RCMP investigating tree fire as arson

“We don’t want to see a repeat of last year for the province of Alberta. Fires are no joke.”
Bow Valley schools to dial in on cellphone use

Bow Valley schools to dial in on cellphone use

“I believe this school division would welcome some sort of direction with regards to how this is uniformly done.”
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