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Agreement requires care

Agreement requires care

Editor: It has been leaked that an agreement has been reached with EPCOR to take over the operation and maintenance of Banff’s stormwater, water and sanitary services, including the wastewater treatment plant that EPCOR currently runs.
Thank you Canmore

Thank you Canmore

Editor: Words will never adequately express the gratitude, appreciation, and marvel we feel in our hearts. We have become the recipients of incredible favour in our community. Thank you.
Respect guidelines

Respect guidelines

Editor: The prospect of yet another Area Structure Plan for Three Sisters lands gives TSMV an opportunity to make a gesture of no small significance. Hidden in the voluminous woodpile of ASP documents lingers a snake to be removed.
Thanks for stance

Thanks for stance

Editor: Thank you CRPS. This is to express thanks and to congratulate the Canadian Rockies Public School Board (CRPS) on its firm stand against the placement of the cell phone tower on 7th Street near the Lawrence Grassi Middle School LGMS.
Who's the paparazzi?

Who's the paparazzi?

Editor: I realize Canmore photographer John Marriott is a bit of a local celebrity, but I find extreme irony in his views on competing wildlife photographers compared to his own actions.
Golder a quality company

Golder a quality company

Editor: It is with interest I read the letter from Jim Pissot and the response last week from Louise Menard, chief operating officer of Golder Associates Ltd. regarding Three Sisters Mountain Village.
Dem bones,dem bones, dem dry bones

Dem bones,dem bones, dem dry bones

Editor: Send sympathetic thoughts to our Town council as documents for the Three Sisters Area Structure Plan approach a page total surpassing that of War and Peace.
Provincial tax grab hurts

Provincial tax grab hurts

Editor: Similar to the 1955 comedy Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy, pay parking has, once again (as a result of the recently completed $100,000 Transportation Master Plan) risen from the crypt.
Issues with Three Sisters EIS

Issues with Three Sisters EIS

Editor: I read the interesting letter from Louise Menard, chief operating officer of Golder Associates in Canada, in response to a letter from Jim Pissot, executive director of the WildCanada Conservation Alliance. Ms.
Conservation first, ASP next

Conservation first, ASP next

Editor: Any approvals of the Three Sisters Area Structure Plan (ASP) need to build on the conservation gains of the past two decades to establish a scientifically functional multi-species wildlife corridor connecting the Wind, Bow and Spray Valleys t
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