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Jessica Lee, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

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Kananaskis logging threatens at-risk trout: Study

Kananaskis logging threatens at-risk trout: Study

“In the end, we end up with damaged or destroyed fish populations that are supposedly fully protected under the Species at Risk Act.”
Traffic stop leads to drug bust west of Calgary

Traffic stop leads to drug bust west of Calgary

Fentanyl and methamphetamine were found in a vehicle during a vehicle check this weekend in Mînî Thnî
Skier has 'close call' in Tent Ridge avalanche in Kananaskis

Skier has 'close call' in Tent Ridge avalanche in Kananaskis

“The skier was not injured but lost skis and poles.”
Alberta Parks plans Ribbon Creek prescribed fire plan after deeming it too dry a year ago

Alberta Parks plans Ribbon Creek prescribed fire plan after deeming it too dry a year ago

Prescribed burn in K-Country deemed too risky due to wildfire danger last year may go ahead this year.
HBO's 'The Last of Us' returns to Alberta for another take

HBO's 'The Last of Us' returns to Alberta for another take

Filming of the post-apocalyptic series returns to the Bow Valley for season two.
Year-long fishing, boating ban in Yoho, Kootenay national parks due to whirling disease

Year-long fishing, boating ban in Yoho, Kootenay national parks due to whirling disease

“The closures will also provide Parks Canada with the opportunity to conduct further sampling and monitoring actions, which will inform future management actions.”
NDP MLA pushing for rent cap in Alberta

NDP MLA pushing for rent cap in Alberta

Banff-Kananaskis MLA Sarah Elmeligi and the NDP’s critic for housing remain hopeful a bill imposing limits on rent increases in the province will pass in the spring legislature
Controversial Kananaskis logging plan pauses after company bought out

Controversial Kananaskis logging plan pauses after company bought out

“We want to take time to meet with local groups that have expressed an interest in our planned activities and to meet with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) to discuss the bridge over the Highwood River.”
Cultural burning stokes debate on wildfire defence in Alberta

Cultural burning stokes debate on wildfire defence in Alberta

“This way that Indigenous peoples have been using fire for thousands of years is a new way to go forward.”
Alberta credit union CEO told members Tucker Carlson sponsorship was a marketing tool to grow bank's membership

Alberta credit union CEO told members Tucker Carlson sponsorship was a marketing tool to grow bank's membership

The credit union is trying to appeal to those who “want more control over their lives” and finances, including people with “different” perspectives and values who have felt excluded by mainstream banks.
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