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Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert started as a news reporter at the Rocky Mountain Outlook in 2006, and left town briefly in 2012 to be editor of a weekly newspaper in Whistler, B.C. In 2018, she took the position of editor at the Outlook. She has also won national and provincial news-writing awards for her coverage of the 2013 flood in Canmore.

Recent Work by Tanya

Banff Legion holds successful online 50/50 fundraiser

Banff Legion holds successful online 50/50 fundraiser

The 50/50 draw was the first time the Banff Legion used an online platform for a fundraiser with it selling out within a week of the draw held Saturday (Oct. 24)
Parallel Minds explores sci-fi through an Indigenous lens

Parallel Minds explores sci-fi through an Indigenous lens

Parallel Minds is the second feature film by Métis writer and director Benjamin Ross Hayden and will be screened at Banff's Lux Cinema on Saturday (Oct. 31) at 7 p.m.
Bow Valley Trail development granted second height variance

Bow Valley Trail development granted second height variance

"This is an exciting project because there have been no new industrial buildings built in Canmore in the last 15 years," said senior planner Alaric Fish.
Direct control district proposed to maintain 60-metre setback from Bow River

Direct control district proposed to maintain 60-metre setback from Bow River

Residents of a Canmore neighbourhood are proposing a direct control district to ensure a 60-metre setback from the Bow River for the two remaining vacant lots is in place should they be developed
Taste for Adventure offers month-long celebration of food

Taste for Adventure offers month-long celebration of food

"Even through the pandemic we saw new innovative restaurants opening and they really are a reason to return to the area time and again. This fall, with Taste for Adventure, we're inviting Albertans to rediscover Canadian Rocky Mountains cuisine."
Council approves Teepee Town changes to Land Use Bylaw

Council approves Teepee Town changes to Land Use Bylaw

Changes to the Land Use Bylaw proposed for Second Avenue included allowing tourist homes to be developed, but limiting them to one unit per lot
Canmore council considering loan bylaw to guarantee next affordable housing project

Canmore council considering loan bylaw to guarantee next affordable housing project

While Canmore Community Housing Corporation considers bids to develop affordable housing in the Peaks of Grassi, council is considering a loan guarantee bylaw to secure financing for construction of the 10 townhouse units
Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

"A lot of people are trying to sell right now, but that does not mean they will get what they want ... sellers have to be prepared to price it appropriately and be realistic," said MaxWell Capital Realtor Robb Aishford. "The Canmore market has always done its own thing."  
Subdivision approved for Silvertip commercial development to commence

Subdivision approved for Silvertip commercial development to commence

"I am pleased to see some commercial development commencing on Silvertip lands. I think that is very important for moving forward with the delivery of the area structure plan."
Shred Kelly brings virtual tour to Banff's Rose & Crown

Shred Kelly brings virtual tour to Banff's Rose & Crown

Fernie B.C.'s alt-folk rock favourites Shred Kelly are embarking on a cross-Canada tour in support live music venues and its new album Like a Rising Sun – without ever leaving their homes