May 27th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 21
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Multi-user trails
With the warm weekend weather the multi-user trails on the community owned Pass Powderkeg Ski Hill were packed with mountain bikers, hikers and runners. There were no encounters with animals other than the odd dog who was enjoying the trails as much as their owners. The parking lot was often full with as many as 19 vehicles parked at one time.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Canada Day Celebration to look different this year
The Coleman Community Society is planning safe Canada Day activities for Crowsnest Pass residents.
Due to the ongoing [...]
200527
Simply Selles by David Selles
Sport Normal
As restrictions surrounding the pandemic lessen, more and more businesses and sports leagues are starting up again.
This past Sunday, there was a [...]
200527
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Joe Filipuzzi Contractor Business
Joe Filipuzzi has been in the contracting business for most of his life.
He started in construction when he was [...]
200527
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Previous Issues
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Information on 13th Annual Darcy’s Nature Walk
This year’s Darcy’s Nature Walk will still be taking place despite restriction due to Covid-19.
The annual walk serves as a way to raise awareness for mental health.
The following excerpt is taken from [...]
200520
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Council Briefs
The local Elks of Canada branch is disbanding after serving the community for many years. Mayor Painter sent a letter to the [...]
200520
Simply Selles by David Selles
Judgement & Inspiration
This week my column will have two separate topics, as they are both important ones to talk about.
I’ll be starting by talking about more decisions made to allow more gatherings in certain areas and I’ll finish by [...]
200520
Simply Selles by David Selles
Graduation
The community of the Crowsnest Pass continues to surprise me.
This past weekend, as many are aware, would’ve been the grad ceremonies for this year’s [...]
200513
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Council Briefs
Administration brought forward a report to Council on March 31, 2020 for Tax and Utility Penalty Deferral and Council passed Motion 16-2020-03-31 to delay late fees on [...]
200513
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Coal Mine in the Sky
The initial strategic locating of coal mines in the Crowsnest Pass and the Elk Valley was driven by some simple criteria, access to the railroad and access to the coal-bearing Kootenay Formation coal seams. In the Pass, accessible exposures of coal within the Kootenay Formation brought about development of [...]
200513
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Food Bank still providing for family needs
The Crowsnest Pass Food Bank is working hard to continue providing for families in need during the pandemic.
Desiree Erdmann, Coordinator for the food bank, says [...]
200506
Simply Selles by David Selles
The Light
Last week during one of the daily Covid19 updates, it was announced that Alberta would be introducing a three-phase approach to [...]
200506
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Rural doctors say only way to move forward is with agreement
Physicians at The Associate Clinic in Pincher Creek are feeling forced by government changes to rural healthcare.
Dr. Samantha Myhr, a physician at The Associate Clinic, says [...]
200506
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