March 27th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 13
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Showcasing the Pass
Board members of the Economic Development Committee (EDC) represented the Crowsnest Pass at the Calgary Outdoor Adventure show on March 23 and March 24. This is one of the largest show that the board attends as it gears up for the upcoming tourist season. From left to right Oliver Strickland – EDC Chairperson, Dave Filipuzzi - Councillor, Jane Mollison and Barb Huseby- both EDC member.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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New Gym Opening
Crowsnest Pass residents will have the opportunity to try out a new gym soon.
Crowsnest Martial Arts will be opening their doors in the beginning of April and will have [...]
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Outdoor Adventure show
On March 23 and 24, members of the Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDC) of Council attended the Calgary Outdoor Adventure Show in Calgary. [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Man Who Never Was
Webster's defines propaganda as:"ideas, facts or allegations spread deliberately to further one's cause or to damage an opposing cause." It has always been a part of any war and pretty well every warring nation has or does [...]
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Previous Issues
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Frozen Water Lines
The municipality of Crowsnest Pass has made a decision that they will not enter private property to fix frozen water lines in future years.
After a lengthy discussion at a [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Positive Impact
There was a positive story out of Lethbridge that I want to touch on for this week’s column.
Earlier this month after heavy snowfall, a Lethbridge resident with the [...]
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Music Festival
The Crowsnest Pass Music Festival was once again a success.
The weeklong event saw many participants display their talents both vocally and [...]
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Crowsnest 100 Race coming in August
A first-of-its-kind race for western Canada will take place in the Crowsnest Pass in August.
The Crowsnest 100 is a 100km mountain bike race that will see riders’ make their way across [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Property Management Win Award
Crowsnest Pass Property Management returned from Edmonton winners of The Alberta Chamber 2019 Marketing Award of Distinction.
The business was [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Mirrors in the Mountains
It is a hard fact of life that the town of Frank looses out on a lot of sunlight in the winter because of Turtle Mountain being immediately south of it. It is especially noticeable when one [...]
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Council looks to find home for recreation programs
A new location for the gymnastics program was discussed at the council meeting on February 25th.
Administration brought forward two different options to [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Social Media Followup
In my column last week, I spent some time writing about the double-edged sword of social media.
I used a couple of examples for both the positive and negative aspects social media has on [...]
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Council talks Cannabis
Crowsnest council is getting closer to having a new bylaw in place regarding cannabis consumption.
At a council meeting on Tuesday February 25th, council spent time discussing [...]
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