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Multi-vehicle collision closes Trans-Canada westbound at Highway 40

Multi-vehicle collision closes Trans-Canada westbound at Highway 40

“Traffic is currently at a stand still and will be for some time while vehicles are removed from the road.”
EDITORIAL: Little faith in upcoming provincial budget

EDITORIAL: Little faith in upcoming provincial budget

EDITORIAL: The afternoon of the provincial budget will see who got what they wanted and who got a lump of coal.
LETTER: 'Holding onto anger is like grasping a hot coal'

LETTER: 'Holding onto anger is like grasping a hot coal'

LETTER: In regard to the Feb. 23 protest at Canmore’s Bow Valley Credit Union, as Buddha said “Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned”
PHOTOS: Ukrainians in Bow Valley mark second anniversary of Russian invasion

PHOTOS: Ukrainians in Bow Valley mark second anniversary of Russian invasion

PHOTOS: Ukrainians in Bow Valley mark second anniversary of Russian invasion
EDITORIAL: Feds housing fund forcing municipalities to evolve urban planning methods

EDITORIAL: Feds housing fund forcing municipalities to evolve urban planning methods

EDITORIAL: As several hundred municipalities compete to get a slice of the federal government’s $4 billion Housing Accelerator Fund pie, it’s anything but a handout.
LETTER: It is time Alberta woke up

LETTER: It is time Alberta woke up

LETTER: Never in our history have we so needed a passionate, committed and relentlessly informed citizenry than we do now.
Canmore, Banff, Kananaskis key contributors to $25 billion tourism goal

Canmore, Banff, Kananaskis key contributors to $25 billion tourism goal

“I think we have seen recently how that goal for 2035 can happen in sustainable ways and aligned with community values with the [FIS] Cross-Country World Cup, which had a record-breaking attendance, and athletes, teams, officials, spectators stayed in our hotels, enjoyed downtown and contributed to an overall great atmosphere in town.”
Îyârhe Nakoda knowledge keepers teaching at CRPS schools

Îyârhe Nakoda knowledge keepers teaching at CRPS schools

“In the spirit of truth and reconciliation, we really wanted to build a path forward for the entire district. Now all of our schools are being visited at request by the knowledge keepers sharing their wisdom, language and culture.”
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.
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.
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