Locals have their say in ‘big ride’

Despite a power outage, heavy traffic and a course change at the last moment, the overall impression both local residents and businesses owners delivered about the inaugural RBC GranFondo Banff event last weekend was positive. On Tuesday afternoon (Aug. 28), organizers of the “big ride” held a public debriefing to hear feedback about the first… Continue reading Locals have their say in ‘big ride’

Lisa de Soto named new CAO for Town of Canmore

Canmore council revealed the last piece of its municipal government puzzle at a special meeting, Thursday (July 26) when it appointed Lisa de Soto as the new permanent chief administrative officer following a rigorous search that involved about 57 applicants. De Soto accepted the role after eight months' experience as interim CAO, which proved to… Continue reading Lisa de Soto named new CAO for Town of Canmore

New Canmore mayor set to tackle local issues, improve communication with residents

Since being elected last month, new Canmore mayor John Borrowman has met with Premier Redford, presided over two town council meetings and insists hearing concerns from individual constituents will be a priority throughout his term. In the June 19 byelection, Borrowman defeated candidates Pam Hilstad and Ed Russell with 1,461 of the 3,024 votes cast.… Continue reading New Canmore mayor set to tackle local issues, improve communication with residents