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Support your local Roam

Support your local Roam

Editor: Congratulations to the Bow Valley Regional Transit Services Commission and to the councils of both Canmore and Banff for extending Roam to Canmore.
Hearings to be held with each plan

Hearings to be held with each plan

Editor: I am writing to provide some further explanation of the Framework Agreement that council recently agreed to with the receiver (PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)) for Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV), and to address some of the issues raised i
Safety around cell phone towers?

Safety around cell phone towers?

Editor: This is in response to Mr. Johannsson’s letter to the RMO from Nov. 29. After I had recorded the concerning high radiofrequency (RF) signals at Lawrence Grassi Middle School, I phoned Telus (Mrs. Karen Dolan) and told her the results.
Heath care system fine

Heath care system fine

Editor: The purpose of this letter is to reassure residents of Canmore that we have an excellent health care system. On Thanksgiving weekend, my partner and I found ourselves in the Foothills Medical Centre emergency department.
Climate change real

Climate change real

Editor: On Monday, Environment Minister Peter Kent explained to reporters “that climate change is a very real and present danger and we need to address it.
Public works caring, compasionate

Public works caring, compasionate

Editor: My wife and I had a packet of four tickets for the Radical Reels event at the Mountain Film and Book Festival in Banff, for Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Horrified at TSMV decision

Horrified at TSMV decision

Editor: Yes, we’re screwed! Canmore residents who want to know what the bum’s rush and certain approval of Three Sisters’ latest development scheme might look like have only to look to Tuesday’s council meeting for a disturbing preview.
Recognize previous policies

Recognize previous policies

Editor: A letter to Mayor Borrowman and Councillors Helder, Krausert, McCallum, Miskow, Ridley and Sandford.
Disappointed by council's decision

Disappointed by council's decision

Editor: I sat both stunned and amazed last Tuesday evening when six of seven members of our Town council voted in favour of re-opening a huge can of worms. Here’s my understanding of the situation in a nutshell.
No more fireworks

No more fireworks

Editor: An open letter to the superintendent of Banff National Park and the mayor of Banff. The trumpeter swan is a threatened species under the Alberta Wildlife Act. On the evening of Oct.
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