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Cochrane RCMP investigating fatal motorcycle collision on Highway 1A

Cochrane RCMP investigating fatal motorcycle collision on Highway 1A

Two people are dead and one is in hospital after a collision involving three motorcycles along Highway 1A on Monday evening (April 26).
UPDATE: Man arrested on drug charges by Stoney Nakoda RCMP

UPDATE: Man arrested on drug charges by Stoney Nakoda RCMP

Stoney Nakoda RCMP and the Cochrane Integrated Traffic Unit found what is believed to be methamphetamine and fentanyl in a vehicle after it was stopped Saturday evening near the Ozada Flats exit.
Cochrane Ecological Institute given go-ahead to continue rehabilitating orphaned black bear cubs

Cochrane Ecological Institute given go-ahead to continue rehabilitating orphaned black bear cubs

“Orphan bear cubs need rescue," said Cochrane Ecological Institute president Clio Smeeton.
Reservation program to be piloted on popular Roam transit regional routes in Banff National Park

Reservation program to be piloted on popular Roam transit regional routes in Banff National Park

“One of those challenges will be too many people wanting to use the bus. I think this gives us a great opportunity to try the reservation system and determine if it is viable for our transit services, primarily our regional type services."
RCMP charge man in death of Stoney Nakoda woman

RCMP charge man in death of Stoney Nakoda woman

Police charged a 37-year-old man with criminal negligence causing death after the body of a woman was found along Highway 1A east of Mount Yamnuska on Sunday morning (April 19).
Mount Yamnuska closing for trail improvements this summer

Mount Yamnuska closing for trail improvements this summer

According to Alberta Parks, construction work planned this summer to improve the Mount Yamnuska area in Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park would create safety issues for recreational users and contractors if hiking and climbing routes were to remain open to the public.
Online fraud targeting young Albertans, report

Online fraud targeting young Albertans, report

“Neither day trading or foreign exchange are that simple, they're complicated, and they do take experience and they do take training.”
Proposed bill to expand coal mining policy, prompt public consultation heads to legislature

Proposed bill to expand coal mining policy, prompt public consultation heads to legislature

Less than a week after introducing a private member's bill to curtail coal mining along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains, the Private Bills and Private Member’s Public Bills Committee unanimously approved it moving forward to the legislature.
Rosin stands by opposing additional COVID-19 restrictions

Rosin stands by opposing additional COVID-19 restrictions

“My stance remains the same, but I do not believe we need to go back and close restaurants, or shutdown many of these businesses a third time. I do want to be very clear that every Albertan does need to follow those restrictions that are in place and hopefully we can have our best summer.”
Canmore council responds to MLA Miranda Rosin's opposition to new COVID-19 restriction

Canmore council responds to MLA Miranda Rosin's opposition to new COVID-19 restriction

"I ask that as our representative in Edmonton, you make a determined effort to reach out to hear all perspectives in our community before taking such actions as refuting the need for continued caution in containing the virus. This is not a political issue but one of public health."
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