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Academic performance continues to trend upwards at CRPS

Academic performance continues to trend upwards at CRPS

“CPRS students, parents and staff have to be commended for the efforts and action they undertook to help ameliorate the adverse impacts of the global pandemic."
EDITORIAL: Strengthening tenant act path worth exploring

EDITORIAL: Strengthening tenant act path worth exploring

EDITORIAL: Discussing the lack of housing – specifically the affordable kind – in the Bow Valley can quickly sound like a broken record.
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
Îyârhe Nakoda celebrates launch of Stoney podcast, textbook, dictionary

Îyârhe Nakoda celebrates launch of Stoney podcast, textbook, dictionary

“Even though we do speak [Stoney] openly out in the community, the transfer of knowledge isn’t quite where we want it to be yet,” said Mark. “Which is why this work is so important.
Town, Stoney Nakoda file legal arguments for Court of Appeal hearing

Town, Stoney Nakoda file legal arguments for Court of Appeal hearing

The first written arguments were filed to the Court of Appeal for its hearing on the Land and Property Rights Tribunal decisions on Smith Creek and Three Sisters Village area structure plans.
Stories of the Land explores human connections with natural world

Stories of the Land explores human connections with natural world

Stories of the Land provided a unique opportunity for cross- culture and disciplinary collaboration between Îyârhe (Stoney) Nakoda First Nation members, Bow Valley-based scientists and environmentalists, and the arts community. 
UPDATE: Stoney Nakoda RCMP locate missing person

UPDATE: Stoney Nakoda RCMP locate missing person

According to police, Kyleen Annette Hunter, 16, was last seen at a residence in Morley (Mînî Thnî) approximately one week ago and has not been heard from since Jan. 25.
Cougar Coexistence Project pitches trail cameras to MD of Bighorn

Cougar Coexistence Project pitches trail cameras to MD of Bighorn

“Through our conversations already, we know that cougars don’t know our human boundaries. We feel like the next natural step is to partner with the MD of Bighorn so we can have access to more community members, install more trail cameras and make a bigger impact in this project.”
Pauw Foundation donation makes CRPS a trailblazer

Pauw Foundation donation makes CRPS a trailblazer

“The donation will also afford all students to access the Outdoor Learning Centre program. Part of the donation, $325,000, goes to the Outdoor Learning Centre to use to engage our grade 9 students in locally-developed courses such as winter travel 15, wilderness first aid and water experience 15.”
Discretionary uses in remote recreation district heads to public hearing

Discretionary uses in remote recreation district heads to public hearing

“This isn’t creating so that there will suddenly be mini-malls. It is creating two big steps instead of three big steps for any potential persons that are interested in these kinds of endeavors to proceed with.”
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