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Mar
27

Federal Budget 2017 TIAC has put together the following list of industry relevant items from the federal budget released on March 22nd. For more details on any of these items, please follow this link to the website. Marketing: $37.5 million allocated to permanent funding to Destination Canada (raising overall base funding to $95.5 million/year) Aboriginal Tourism  [ Read More ]

Bears emerging from dens

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Mar
23

March 23, 2017 – The Rocky Mountain Outlook. Story by Cathy Ellis. The Boss is back. Bear 122, the dominant male grizzly of the area, was spotted along Bow Valley Parkway near Castle Mountain on Wednesday (March 22) – the first confirmed grizzly bear sighting of the year in Banff National Park. Each spring, he  [ Read More ]

Mar
23

March 23, 2017 – Rocky Mountain Outlook. Story by Cathy Ellis.  An historic avalanche cycle, which led to the deaths of two American tourists who were out snowshoeing in Banff National Park last week, has prompted a warning for outdoor enthusiasts to keep out of avalanche terrain. Massive natural slides ran everywhere throughout the national  [ Read More ]

Mar
22

March 22, 2017 – The Jasper Fitzhugh.  For as long as Jasper has existed, blaming Parks Canada for the town’s woes has become part and parcel with living in our tiny mountain community. For many it’s as common as talking about the weather or discussing what you had for lunch. For others it’s become a  [ Read More ]

Mar
17

March 16, 2017 – Rocky Mountain Outlook. Story by Cathy Ellis. As Parks Canada gets public feedback on an $87 million paved bike trail along the Icefields Parkway from Jasper to the Columbia Icefield, the federal agency is also gearing for a plan to extend the trail to Lake Louise. Parks Canada officials say, based  [ Read More ]

Mar
16

March 15, 2017 – The Crag and Canyon. Story by Daniel Katz.  Federal Minister of the Environment Catherine McKenna outlined that the protection of ecological integrity in national parks must be a key priority in future decisions made by Parks Canada in a speech given in Banff on Friday. The minister said that all who  [ Read More ]

Mar
13

March 08, 2017 – The Fitzhugh. Story by Paul Clarke. Parks Canada quietly released more details about the Icefields Trail project last week, including a map where the proposed trail could be built. The controversial project envisions building a paved bike trail from Jasper to Wilcox Campground, near the Columbia Icefield. Detailed maps can be  [ Read More ]

Mar
10

March 9, 2017 – National Post. Story by Douglas Quan.  Parks Canada’s decision to block the filming of a Hollywood action-thriller in and around Banff and Jasper national parks because of concerns that an indigenous character in the movie is a gangster amounts to censorship, says the Metis actor who plays the role. Tom Jackson,  [ Read More ]

Mar
08

March 7, 2017 – Revelstoke Mountaineer. Story by Aaron Orlando. We sat down with Revelstoke Adventure Park CEO Jason Roe to find out the next steps for the ambitious project now that it’s received tenure from the B.C. government. In February, the B.C. government announced that the Revelstoke Adventure Park proponents had been granted a  [ Read More ]

Mar
07

Parks Canada is pleased to invite you to Jasper National Park’s Annual Public Forum and Public Consultation Launch for the Proposed Icefields Trail (North) Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 7:00 pm Sawridge Inn & Conference Centre Jasper, Alberta Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 7:00 pm Lister Centre, University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta Through the Forum, we report  [ Read More ]

Feb
27

February 27, 2017 – Parks Canada.  The Bow Valley Parkway, a 48-kilometre, scenic, secondary highway paralleling the Trans-Canada Highway between the town of Banff and the village of Lake Louise, is a naturally and historically rich area of Banff National Park, and a year-round scenic heritage experience. Its eastern portion travels through a small but  [ Read More ]

Feb
24

February 24, 2017 – The Fitzhugh. Parks Canada.  With an influx of visitors expected to visit Jasper National Park in 2017 Parks Canada has spent the past several months getting some of its most popular visitor attractions ready for Canadians who want to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation by visiting national parks and national historic  [ Read More ]



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