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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

Chic Scott takes on Mount Assiniboine's storied past

Chic Scott takes on Mount Assiniboine's storied past

"It is not just a special place in the Canadian Rockies, it is one of the most special mountain scenes in the whole world ... this is a special book for a very special place." 
Canmore moving ahead with $14 million fire hall project

Canmore moving ahead with $14 million fire hall project

Canmore council voted in January to consider selling or leasing the current fire hall site, located at 10th Street and Railway Avenue, to help fund the multi-million project next year to build a new one along Palliser Trail. In 2021, administration has a budget of $1.35 million to prepare the site for development and design the new fire hall.
Rocks + Dogs Leashes looking for used, expired and damaged climbing gear

Rocks + Dogs Leashes looking for used, expired and damaged climbing gear

Don McKeown with Rocks + Dogs Leashes is looking for old, damaged and expired gear from climbers in the Bow Valley to re-purpose into leashes and collars. He said the leashes are versatile and functional, while his company's message promotes gear safety within the climbing community.
Median sale price for single detached homes in Canmore increases by 30 per cent in 2020

Median sale price for single detached homes in Canmore increases by 30 per cent in 2020

Heading into 2021, the Canmore real estate market was definitely geared toward sellers as demand for properties in the mountain town soared during the pandemic.
YWCA Banff hosting online VINEart gala

YWCA Banff hosting online VINEart gala

While last year's March 14 VINEart gala was cancelled due to COVID, organizers with the YWCA Banff are bringing the event to you at home with a virtual experience and fundraiser on March 25.
Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Cecilia Eckbäck's latest novel, The Historians published by Harper Collins Canada, explores the relationship between a group of friends living in Sweden in 1943 after one of them dies in mysterious circumstances.
Canmore residents to see 4.5 per cent municipal tax increase

Canmore residents to see 4.5 per cent municipal tax increase

Canmore council voted Tuesday (Feb. 23) to approve the $57.8 million operating budget and $13.8 million capital budget, with a 4.5 per cent municipal property tax increase.
Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Cecilia Eckbäck's latest novel, The Historians published by Harper Collins Canada, explores the relationship between a group of friends living in Sweden in 1943 after one of them dies in mysterious circumstances.
Canmore moving ahead with Main Street closure for summer 2021

Canmore moving ahead with Main Street closure for summer 2021

Canmore council has directed administration to develop a plan for another road closure for two blocks of Main Street beginning in May and lasting until Thanksgiving. The municipality is working with the downtown Business Improvement Area to address concerns that arose as a result of the 2020 closure.
Canmore backs away from plans to implement paid parking in 2021

Canmore backs away from plans to implement paid parking in 2021

While considering the 2021 operational budget, Canmore council voted to postpone implementation of paid parking for the downtown core until 2022. The change is not final until council votes to approve the budget next Tuesday (Feb. 23).