Parks Canada monitoring two bison bulls that wandered out of Banff National Park - Toronto Star

Banff News - Tue, 08/14/2018 - 21:40

Toronto Star

Parks Canada monitoring two bison bulls that wandered out of Banff National Park
Toronto Star
BANFF, ALTA.— Parks Canada says two bison bulls have wandered out of Banff National Park — just a week after the herd became free-roaming animals. Officials said the bison left the 1,200-square-kilometre reintroduction zone separately last week and ...

Two bison bulls wander out of Banff National Park a week after being released - Calgary Herald

Banff News - Tue, 08/14/2018 - 21:00

Calgary Herald

Two bison bulls wander out of Banff National Park a week after being released
Calgary Herald
Wild plains bison cross the Panther River in Banff National Park in this recent handout photo. Parks Canada says two bison bulls have wandered out of Banff National Park — just a week after the herd became free-roaming animals. Dan Rafia / Parks Canada.
Born to be wild: Bison released in Banff National Park already beginning to roamToronto Star
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Two bison bulls wander out of Banff National Park a week after ... - National Post

Banff News - Tue, 08/14/2018 - 18:29

CBC.ca

Two bison bulls wander out of Banff National Park a week after ...
National Post
BANFF, Alta. — Parks Canada says two bison bulls have wandered out of Banff National Park — just a week after the herd became free-roaming animals.
Two bison bulls wander out of Banff National Park a week after being releasedCityNews

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Banff, Jasper and Calgary record highest temperature increases: study - CBC.ca

Banff News - Tue, 08/14/2018 - 16:32

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Banff, Jasper and Calgary record highest temperature increases: study
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A researcher from the University of Calgary says temperatures are on the rise across Alberta but Calgary, along with Banff and Jasper national parks, are really feeling the heat. Khan Rubayet Rahaman, who specializes in urban and geomatics engineering, ...

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Calgary, Jasper, Banff recording highest temperature increases in Alberta: study - Globalnews.ca

Banff News - Tue, 08/14/2018 - 14:59

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Calgary, Jasper, Banff recording highest temperature increases in Alberta: study
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A researcher from the University of Calgary says temperatures are on the rise across Alberta but Calgary, along with Banff and Jasper national parks, are really feeling the heat. Khan Rubayet Rahaman, who specializes in urban and geomatics engineering, ...
Banff, Jasper and Calgary record highest temperature increases ...CBC.ca
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Banff restaurant that employed Jasper crash victims thanks supporters, first responders - Yahoo News Canada (blog)

Banff News - Mon, 08/13/2018 - 15:59

Banff restaurant that employed Jasper crash victims thanks supporters, first responders
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"We would like to thank everyone who had stopped by and help those people in their last moments, including the American family in other car," Rajinder Negi said in an emailed statement on behalf of the restaurant, friends of the victims from Banff, and ...

Banff restaurant issues statement about Highway 93 crash victims ... - CTV News

Banff News - Sun, 08/12/2018 - 19:32

CTV News

Banff restaurant issues statement about Highway 93 crash victims ...
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The restaurant that employed three of the victims of a deadly crash on Highway 93 earlier this month is thanking first responders and everyone else who helped ...
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Banff restaurant that employed Jasper crash victims thanks supporters, first responders - CBC.ca

Banff News - Sun, 08/12/2018 - 18:59

CBC.ca

Banff restaurant that employed Jasper crash victims thanks supporters, first responders
CBC.ca
"We would like to thank everyone who had stopped by and help those people in their last moments, including the American family in other car," Rajinder Negi said in an emailed statement on behalf of the restaurant, friends of the victims from Banff, and ...
Banff restaurant issues statement about Highway 93 crash victimsCTV News

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Fuller: Bears, rock, trees: The secret fake history of Banff - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Banff News - Sat, 08/11/2018 - 09:02

Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Fuller: Bears, rock, trees: The secret fake history of Banff
Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Given that the population of Banff increases to 7.6 billion in July and August, you'd think that everyone would know everything there is to know about Banff: its elevation (quite high), its bear population (7.6 billion), the way tourists act when bears ...

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Adventurous bison bull wanders from herd in Banff National Park - FortSaskOnline.com

Banff News - Fri, 08/10/2018 - 20:04

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Adventurous bison bull wanders from herd in Banff National Park
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The two new young are the first bison to be born in the wild in Banff in over 140 years. “There is the potential for the herd to reach 36 animals if all 10 cows successfully produce calves this season,” the park said in an August 9 update. “However ...

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour - St. Albert Gazette

Banff News - Fri, 08/10/2018 - 18:46

St. Albert Gazette

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
St. Albert Gazette
An eyes-wide-open experience, The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour breaks all the barriers of what's possible when determination and athleticism meet. Without leaving the safety of your seat, watch as fearless athletes tackle unchartered ...

Four people killed in Jasper collision identified by friend | CBC News - CBC.ca

Banff News - Fri, 08/10/2018 - 18:44

CTV News

Four people killed in Jasper collision identified by friend | CBC News
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The three men and one woman who died Tuesday in the second car involved in the fatal collision near Jasper have been identified by a CBC News source.
Victims of Jasper crash worked together at Banff Indian restaurantCTV News

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'They were like family' victims of Jasper crash worked in Banff ... - Rocky Mountain Outlook

Banff News - Fri, 08/10/2018 - 14:06

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'They were like family' victims of Jasper crash worked in Banff ...
Rocky Mountain Outlook
BANFF – Four of the six people who died in a fiery car crash near Jasper earlier this week worked in Banff. Anand Panwar, Pavan Kathiat, Gelek Wangmo and ...
Banff locals identified as Highway 93 North crash victimsThe Crag and Canyon
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American tourists and hospitality workers from Banff among victims of Jasper National Park crash that killed six - Toronto Star

Banff News - Thu, 08/09/2018 - 21:22

Toronto Star

American tourists and hospitality workers from Banff among victims of Jasper National Park crash that killed six
Toronto Star
EDMONTON — Among those who died in a deadly car crash in Jasper National Park were a hospitality worker from Banff and an American investment banker. Arthur Copeland confirmed to StarMetro Wednesday that Nicholas Lee Copeland of Texas died in ...

Bison bull bolts from Banff - Rocky Mountain Outlook - Rocky Mountain Outlook

Banff News - Thu, 08/09/2018 - 16:26

Sherwood Park News

Bison bull bolts from Banff - Rocky Mountain Outlook
Rocky Mountain Outlook
PANTHER VALLEY – After only a week as a truly wild animal, one bison bull in Banff National Park's reintroduction herd has already bolted. Parks Canada ...
Local bison expected to alter BanffSherwood Park News

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Motorists helped to pull victims from burning vehicles in deadly Banff-Jasper crash - Calgary Sun

Banff News - Thu, 08/09/2018 - 04:56

Calgary Sun

Motorists helped to pull victims from burning vehicles in deadly Banff-Jasper crash
Calgary Sun
JASPER — Six people have died, including two tourists from the United States, following a highway crash in Alberta's scenic Jasper National Park. The collision happened about 5 p.m. Tuesday on the Icefields Parkway near the Honeymoon Lake ...

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Bison roaming wild in Banff - Rocky Mountain Outlook

Banff News - Thu, 08/09/2018 - 04:17

Rocky Mountain Outlook

Bison roaming wild in Banff
Rocky Mountain Outlook
A herd of about 30 bison in the Panther Valley of Banff National Park were officially released on July 29 by Parks Canada staff. It was a culmination of more than a decade of dedication and hard work on the part of staff at the federal agency and ...
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Motorists helped to pull victims from burning vehicles in deadly Banff-Jasper crash - Calgary Sun

Banff News - Thu, 08/09/2018 - 03:59

Calgary Sun

Motorists helped to pull victims from burning vehicles in deadly Banff-Jasper crash
Calgary Sun
JASPER — Six people have died, including two tourists from the United States, following a highway crash in Alberta's scenic Jasper National Park. The collision happened about 5 p.m. Tuesday on the Icefields Parkway near the Honeymoon Lake ...
Six people killed in crash on Highway 93 in Jasper National ParkCTV News

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Indian Days in Banff a chance for young people to learn from Elders - APTN News

Banff News - Wed, 08/08/2018 - 19:57

APTN News

Indian Days in Banff a chance for young people to learn from Elders
APTN News
Tamara Pimentel APTN News For the Stoney Nakoda people in Alberta, Banff National Park was once home. Now every year they return for Banff Indian Days – a time of gathering and sharing stories. It's also a time for young people to learn from their Elders.

Badlands riders begin their trip to Banff today - DrumhellerOnline.com

Banff News - Wed, 08/08/2018 - 15:18

DrumhellerOnline.com

Badlands riders begin their trip to Banff today
DrumhellerOnline.com
Today, August 8, Two Wheel View set out for the Badlands to Banff bike trip. The bike trip will include 15 people in the caravan that will travel 264 km to their Banff destination. "There actually quite a few of them, on this particular trip this year ...