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Calgary's cheapest 18 holes
Few have heard of disc golf, let alone played it. It is a pastime that has been ignored by most athletes and sports fanatics, so much so that finding a disc golf basket in a park would be a thoroughly confusing experience for many.
Tue May 21, 2013
Rock slide closes Spray Lakes Road near Canmore
A rock slide closed Highway 742, also known as Spray Lakes Road, near Canmore. A rock weighing several tonnes slid down the scree slope and ended up on the highway.
Sat May 18, 2013
Former daycare owner acquitted in assault trial seeks $30,000 for legal costs
The lawyer for the former owner-director of a Canmore daycare centre who was acquitted last month of allegedly assaulting seven children says his client will seek legal costs from the Crown relating to her criminal prosecution and trial.
Mon May 13, 2013
4 charged in Bow Valley crime spree
Four young people face numerous charges after a weekend crime spree that began in the Alberta town of Banff and came to an end in Canmore.
Sun May 12, 2013
Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary
Born and raised on Canada's east coast, Ryan moved progressively westward looking for the adventures that have defined his photography for the past decade.
Public hearing on controversial Canmore development delayed
A public hearing set for Wednesday in Canmore to discuss the Three Sisters development has been delayed after a request from PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc., the receiver on the project.
Sat May 11, 2013
STARS dispatched for fallen hiker near Canmore
Calgary police are investigating after a handgun was found in a back alley in the city's northwest following a reported break and enter.
Fri May 10, 2013
Popular paved biking, hiking trail to be extended between Canmore and Banff
Over the next year the paved trail - thanks to a $4.35-million investment - will connect the Banff National Park East Gate to the Travel Alberta Visitor Information Centre in Canmore.
Fire damages motel in Canmore
The Bomber Command Museum in Nanton, Alta., will be holding a special 70th anniversary commemoration on Saturday for a top secret bombing raid in the Second World War and honour an Albertan who is a surviving member of the crew.
Canmore to Banff trail to be expanded
"Young families and thousands of people running across the Trans-Canada to get to the trail head, it just has been a very worrisome thing," he said.
Thu May 09, 2013
MacEwan University joins Canada West athletics conference
The MacEwan Griffins women's basketball team plays the Mount Royal Cougars in Alberta Collegiate Athletics Conference play in March 2012.
Thu May 02, 2013
Overcoming fear of grizzlies key to survival of species, says author
A fear of human-bear conflicts is partly contributing to the declining numbers of grizzlies in the province, former Banff National Park superintendent Kevin Van Tighem argues.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Why are we so drawn to the magnitude and beauty of mountains?
Mount Rundle as captured in 1949 by Walter J. Phillips, an artist who came for a visit and stayed 20 years.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Nominations announced for annual Rosie awards
A documentary chronicling a year in the life of Edmonton's first family of Celtic folk has been nominated for an Alberta Film and Television Award.