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Cathy Ellis

Cathy Ellis

Phone
403-609-0220
Email
cellis@outlook.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Cathy

Cougar follows couple to within 10 metres in K-Country

Cougar follows couple to within 10 metres in K-Country

“As they proceeded to start leaving the area, the cougar that was under the tree hissed at them and then it followed them for a couple of minutes. It got as close as 30 feet."
Banff residents facing 10.66 per cent tax hike

Banff residents facing 10.66 per cent tax hike

“A big focus this year is staff and making sure our organization is sustainable into the future. We have relied heavily on staff and we have not been compensating them appropriately and that’s a big part of the increase, but a very important part."
'She was magic': young woman killed in train accident remembered for kind, loving nature

'She was magic': young woman killed in train accident remembered for kind, loving nature

“She was magic. She was the baby of the family, but she was also the glue in a way."
Parks Canada monitoring snowshoe hares, pikas in Banff for fatal rabbit disease confirmed in Canmore

Parks Canada monitoring snowshoe hares, pikas in Banff for fatal rabbit disease confirmed in Canmore

"Concern exists for all lagomorph species found in Banff National Park including snowshoe hares and pikas."
Dementia living centre in Canmore opening in New Year

Dementia living centre in Canmore opening in New Year

“One of the things I am most excited about is over 30 people are coming back home who had to leave the valley and go to Calgary and Cochrane and elsewhere to get the level of care that wasn’t here before."
Deadly disease detected in Canmore's feral rabbit population

Deadly disease detected in Canmore's feral rabbit population

"I think what we can expect is that it will spread into the rabbit population in that area and likely cause a considerable mortality event."
Cybersecurity attack proving costly for Alberta town

Cybersecurity attack proving costly for Alberta town

Administration in Banff has asked for an additional $220,000 for cybersecurity measures following computer hacking attack back in March.
Parks Canada ending road rescue contract in Kootenay National Park

Parks Canada ending road rescue contract in Kootenay National Park

Banff officials have grave concerns about the safety of travellers as a result of Parks Canada’s decision to end its contract for road rescue and other emergency responses in Kootenay National Park.
Canmore experiencing sudden and unexplained feral rabbit deaths

Canmore experiencing sudden and unexplained feral rabbit deaths

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD), a sudden, highly contagious and fatal viral disease, has not been confirmed as the cause yet.
Cougar warning remains in place in Canmore

Cougar warning remains in place in Canmore

Warning will continue until provincial wildlife officers believe the wild cat has moved on from feasting on a deer carcass.
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