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Cochrane well-represented at Western Canada Summer Games

Cochrane well-represented at Western Canada Summer Games

Cochrane and area has been well represented at the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games.
Cochrane Library concerned about provincial funding

Cochrane Library concerned about provincial funding

MLA says funding worries are overblown, misinformation
Morley Pride returns for third annual event

Morley Pride returns for third annual event

"I think everyone took a break but it's time to bring it back because I've been asked to raise awareness again."
Bow Valley residents appointed to provincial panel to reduce red tape

Bow Valley residents appointed to provincial panel to reduce red tape

“The principal aim of the Red Tape Panel is to eliminate the duplication or complexity of regulation processes to make it easier for people and organizations to invest in our province and get Albertans back to work."
Cochrane lawyer wins defamation case against NDP

Cochrane lawyer wins defamation case against NDP

Cochrane lawyer Cyndy Morin won a defamation case against the NDP this week.
Family recounts rare wolf attack at Banff National Park campground

Family recounts rare wolf attack at Banff National Park campground

“Matt literally threw his body in front of me and the boys, and fought the wolf as it ripped apart our tent and his arms and hands. We were screaming for help as he was fighting it and trying to save us, for what felt like an eternity."
Town of Cochrane moves to next phase of two vital facilities

Town of Cochrane moves to next phase of two vital facilities

Transit hub and RCMP detachment projects progressing.
RCMP satellite location to open in Morley

RCMP satellite location to open in Morley

"There are so many barriers to accessing our services outside the reservation, so this position really does address those barriers."
Today's weather

Today's weather

21 C today.
Wolf that attacked Banff camper was in 'poor condition'

Wolf that attacked Banff camper was in 'poor condition'

Rampart Creek Campground, where the attack happened, was reopened to the public on Monday (Aug. 12) after officials with Parks Canada confirmed through DNA testing they had destroyed the wolf involved