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Greg Colgan

Greg joined the Outlook as the assistant editor in early 2021 and became the editor in September 2021. He comes from southwestern Ontario and has been a journalist for 15 years. He has previously covered sports, municipal and provincial politics, arts and entertainment and many other topics. He primarily covers Canmore council for the Outlook.

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Recent Work by Greg

Quarry Lake fines clarified, new fine for sleeping overnight in vehicle

Quarry Lake fines clarified, new fine for sleeping overnight in vehicle

"We’re very education focused, especially in our parking program,”
Canmore looks to ban election signage on municipal property

Canmore looks to ban election signage on municipal property

“The political campaign sign bylaw will provide greater clarity to candidates running in any election that signs are only to be placed on private property"
Facelift for Canmore rec centre under budget, improves facility

Facelift for Canmore rec centre under budget, improves facility

“This is a multi-year, multi-million project that occurred in an extremely popular facility, which sees over 500,000 users per year and remained open to the public to continue offering recreation services to the facility while the building was renovated,”
Fines for wildlife attractants in Canmore increasing

Fines for wildlife attractants in Canmore increasing

“It’s a more serious offence.”
Canmore house sells for $7.5 million, highlights need for non-market housing

Canmore house sells for $7.5 million, highlights need for non-market housing

"The non-market piece is critical. That’s the housing we need."
Permitting timelines to be tied to affordable housing funding: Minister

Permitting timelines to be tied to affordable housing funding: Minister

“Money will flow based on municipalities getting projects built.”
Developers file off-site levy appeal against Town of Canmore

Developers file off-site levy appeal against Town of Canmore

Five developers and Bow Valley Builders and Developers Association (BOWDA) formally gave their appeal to the Land and Property Rights Tribunal on the Town of Canmore's off-site levy bylaw amendment.
Development for Canmore Nordic spa near Silvertip approved by appeal board

Development for Canmore Nordic spa near Silvertip approved by appeal board

A Nordic spa owned by Basecamp at the entrance to Silvertip will move forward, but with a slightly altered development permit for construction.
Large-scale Canmore residential project postponed to seek possible affordable housing

Large-scale Canmore residential project postponed to seek possible affordable housing

“I’ve seen a lot of projects come forward over the years. I’ve seen the term extraordinary community benefit used and I’m not seeing that in this application at this time,”
Town of Canmore purchases first employee housing property

Town of Canmore purchases first employee housing property

“That can be a real barrier and we’ve had that with several employees who want to come, but to get in the housing market is hard.”
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