Archive for the ‘AMPPE in the News’ Category

Bow Valley residents appointed to provincial panel to reduce red tape

Posted on August 30th, 2019 by admin_amppe

August 14th, 2019 by Paul Clarke, Cochrane Today “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.” Two Bow Valley residents will help the province cut red […]

Icefields Trail Project Abandoned

Posted on January 25th, 2019 by admin_amppe

By Cathy Ellis, Rocky Mountain Outlook, 25/01/19. Banff– A controversial $86.4 million bike trail in Jasper National Plan is officially off the table. Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 23), the federal government announced it wouldn’t be proceeding with the 107-kilometre paved trail between Jasper and the Columbia Icefield. There were plans to eventually extend the trail to […]

Solution to Congestion in Banff Proving Successful

Posted on October 22nd, 2018 by admin_amppe

BY CATHY ELLIS OCT 11, 2018- Rocky Mountain Outlook  BANFF – The soaring popularity of Banff National Park has reignited a decades-old debate over limits to the number of people at certain iconic tourist hot spots like Moraine Lake and Lake Louise. Some conservationists are calling on Parks Canada to set limits on the number of […]

AMPPE Gala November 10th: A White Party Celebrating Winter!

Posted on October 4th, 2018 by admin_amppe

The Association for Mountain Parks Protection & Enjoyment (AMPPE) is excited to announce our 18th annual fundraising Gala! This year, we are celebrating Winter in the Rocky Mountains with a White Party, which will take place at the Van Horne ballroom at the Fairmont Banff Springs on Saturday, November 10th. As the title of the […]