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Cathy Ellis

Cathy Ellis

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Skier lives after being fully buried in avalanche near Lake Louise

Skier lives after being fully buried in avalanche near Lake Louise

“The potential for large natural avalanches is very real, and human triggering remains likely,” states Parks Canada.
Expect even worse traffic in Lake Louise this summer as road construction planned

Expect even worse traffic in Lake Louise this summer as road construction planned

Visitors to iconic Lake Louise can expect major traffic disruption and congestion chaos this summer due to a long overdue $9.8 million construction and re-paving project on Lake Louise Drive.
Avalanche hazard high in Banff, Kananaskis Country

Avalanche hazard high in Banff, Kananaskis Country

‘It's going to get more hazardous and so widespread natural and human-triggered avalanches are very likely, almost certain."
Two people buried up to shoulders in slide in Kootenay National Park

Two people buried up to shoulders in slide in Kootenay National Park

“We made a quick adjustment but at that moment we popped a large slide above us."
Injured moose put down after getting struck on highway near Lake Louise

Injured moose put down after getting struck on highway near Lake Louise

A mother moose injured in a collision on the highway east of Lake Louise was euthanized. It was determined her yearling was able to survive on its own.
Field residents without cellphone and landline service for three days after train derailment

Field residents without cellphone and landline service for three days after train derailment

The incident severed data, text, mobile, landline, and internet service to areas east of the derailment site including the community of Field, B.C. TELUS service technicians restored service on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Banff gets $4.6 million in federal funding for housing

Banff gets $4.6 million in federal funding for housing

“Over the next three years the $4.6 million that Banff will receive will incentive 120 units."
Province to build highway wildlife fence through Canmore in 2025

Province to build highway wildlife fence through Canmore in 2025

Construction of the wildlife fence along the Trans-Canada Highway from Banff National Park's east gate to the Bow River Bridge is anticipated to get underway in 2025, following consultation, design, and engineering work in 2024.
Extreme cold temperatures trap, kill fish in Canmore

Extreme cold temperatures trap, kill fish in Canmore

“Given the shallow, slow-moving water, the preceding cold snap and the stream conditions, the fish were most likely killed as a result of being trapped and isolated in pools during the rapid onset of extreme cold conditions."
Veteran train engineer warned of Field train derailments

Veteran train engineer warned of Field train derailments

”I am traumatized by all of this but committed to do all I can do to change it. I count myself lucky to have survived to tell this story.”
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