Brian Jean, MLA for Fort McMurray-Conklin and Leader of the Official Opposition as well as leader of The Wildrose Party, accompanied by Pat Stier, MLA for Livingstone Macleod and Sustainable Recourse Development critic, visited the Crowsnest Pass on August 19th.
At the beginning of August an Arborist company has started operating in the Crowsnest Pass.
Alpine Greenworks Ltd, is the creation of Kirk and Sara Hawthorn who have lived in [...]
Movies to rent at the library
Due to the recent closure of the last movie rental place in town, The Crowsnest Public Library has created a new room for their movies in order to give [...]
Bellevue has new chefs in town
If you live in Bellevue or have ever frequented the Wild Rose Confectionary on Main Street Bellevue, you may have noticed a few changes.
New owners Chefs Shawn and Andrea Massingham, are [...]
Wildrose Party’s Brian Jean and Pat Stier visit
On August 19th I had the opportunity to pull up a chair at the Stones Throw Cafe with Brian Jean, who is the MLA- for Fort McMurray-Conklin and Leader of the [...]
Feral cats need help from community
There has been a growing problem with the population of feral cats in the Crowsnest Pass.
Some of you may have seen them personally. Sherry Chanin, a teacher at Crowsnest Consolidated High School and Coleman resident, decided to try and [...]
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A friend indeed for senior in need
A new Company will soon be opening its doors In the Crowsnest Pass. Their business card simply states their agenda. “ It’s not how old you are but [...]
Good Start with BearSmart and kids
The Super Value parking lot was transformed into a small educational function concerning bears on Wednesday august 12th.
Children were given the opportunity to [...]
Crowsnest Dental getting ready for Grand Opening
Construction will be completed this month for the highly awaited Crowsnest Dental Complex, located on the former Blairmore Legion site.
Currently there are [...]
Greenhill Mine votes on worker unionization
Greenhills workers, the only of Teck’s mine workers in the Elk Valley not yet unionized, might join the Steelworkers union next week. Employees at the Greenhills Mine north of Elkford have expressed [...]
Hope for the Pass Community Pool upgrade still on
The Pass Community Pool has been a large area for concern for many in the Crowsnest Pass, especially since news arrived that the pool would not receive [...]
New owners at Blairmore Precision
According to James, “when former owner Eric Muff decided to sell the business he offered first rights to purchase to James who then decided to ask his brother Will to come on board as joint owners.
James started with Precision [...]
Pass Piranhas win gold at Regionals
It was a fantastic weekend of swimming for members of the Pass Piranhas Swim Club on the weekend of August 7.
The Piranhas represented the Crowsnest Pass during the year-end regional championship held in Lethbridge.
The swim club began [...]
Canada 150 Winners
John Barlow, Member of Parliament for Macleod, on behalf of the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification, announced support of [...]
Teck extends Cougar Pit and Coal Mountain extension updates
Upon request for updates on Coal Mountain Phase 2 (which is in the early stages of its environmental assessment process) and on the proposed Cougar Pit Extension (proposed to extend the life of Greenhills Operations) Teck has offered the Elk Valley Herald the following updates: [...]
The Women of Steel donate to the CNP Food Bank
For the past 4 years The Women of Steel Union’s (United Steelworkers Local 9346) women’s committee has provided backpacks full of school supplies to underprivileged kids in the Elk Valley and the Crowsnest Pass from K-12.
The group fundraise all the funds throughout the year to buy [...]
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