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Diary of Anne Frank
The Crowsnest Consolidated Junior High School drama class presented a rendition of the play “The Diary of Anne Frank” to a packed house of spectators. There were two showings, one held on Wednesday, June 14 and another on Thursday, June 15, with a different cast of students in each play. Drama teacher Jill Klapp had the kids very well prepared for their performances and an amazing night of talent was displayed to the public in attendance. Emilie Belik is pictured above narrating as the voice of Anne Frank.
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Grand Opening of Alberta Provincial Police Barracks Building and Exhibit
2017 marks the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the Alberta Provincial Police (APP) and Canada’s 150th Birthday. The Crowsnest Historical Society/Crowsnest Museum will be hosting a [...]
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Municipal Council – Governance & Priorities June 13
Shannon Frank, executive director at the Oldman Watershed, presented Council with an update on the organization’s projects.
The Oldman is one of [...]
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The power of positive words
You’ve probably heard that old adage, “You are what you eat.” According to certified life coach Courtney Cann, you are what you think, as well.
Her mission as a life coach, she says, is to help people discover [...]
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Editorial and Opinions
Maybe I’m old, or maybe I just realized my kids aren’t going the Olympics, but I think sports should be fun for kids. Otherwise, why do it?
When I had my first child, I pushed him in [...]
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Crowsnest Passtrak’s Provincial Championship results
The number of age groups in track & field requires the province to split them in two for the purposes of the Provincial Championship. Competitions. The first instalment of the Championships took place in [...]
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Previous Issues
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Trans-Canada 150 x Two project
Best friends and artists Carol Loeb and Alison Grapes have embarked on a unique creative journey across the plains and peaks of Canada in celebration of [...]
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Second reading of OHV bylaw passes
Several changes were made since the first reading on May 11. The Sartoris Road staging area has been designated as winter-only, the section about [...]
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Crowsnest Municipal council update
Council approved a $1,000 Category 3 grant to the Crowsnest Community Choir (CCC).
The CCC were looking to [...]
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Draft Strategic Plan : “2017 Moving Forward”
Council has tentatively approved the 2017 Moving Forward Draft Strategic Plan at a Council meeting on June 6.
Chief Administrative Officer [...]
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OHV Bylaw 918, 2017
The following letter was written to the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass Council.
I've travelled the world from the Northwest Territories to South Africa, and I always [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Kananaskis?? – Good Question!
I grew up on a street in Coleman that one used to have to travel up to get to the south end of the infamous Kananaskis Road. These days the main access is further east but in the 1960’s mufferless mine buses coming down the [...]
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Convention talks role of newspapers
The 2017 Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association (AWNA) Symposium was held last weekend in Calgary at the Grey Eagle Resort and Casino.
The Bear Pit Session investigated the topic of “Community journalism and its importance to [...]
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Riversdale updates Council on mine
Cal Clark, Manager of Sustainable Development, and Darren Le Fort, environmental advisor, both with Benga Mining Limited, provided Council with an update on [...]
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Another successful bird count for Crowsnest Conservation
On May 24 and 25, enthusiastic birders took part in the 12th annual Crowsnest Pass May Species Count organized by Crowsnest Conservation Society’s birding committee. On the first day of [...]
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129th street construction
There will be limited or restricted access to 129th street in Blairmore as the municipality begins road repairs and rehabilitation.
The work involves [...]
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Friends and Neighbours
Born in Kingston, Ontario, Susan's family moved to Glasgow, Scotland for five years while her dad finished his MD. They returned when Susan was 5, moving to Victoria and then [...]
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