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Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert started as a news reporter at the Rocky Mountain Outlook in 2006, and left town briefly in 2012 to be editor of a weekly newspaper in Whistler, B.C. In 2018, she took the position of editor at the Outlook. She has also won national and provincial news-writing awards for her coverage of the 2013 flood in Canmore.

Recent Work by Tanya

Canmore Rec Centre approved for solar project

Canmore Rec Centre approved for solar project

Canmore council approved several 2021 capital projects ahead of its budget deliberations, which included cancelling solar projects for artsPlace, Senior's Centre and the Roundhouse, in favour of installing solar panels on the Canmore Rec Centre.
CP Rail bills Canmore $295K for crossing replacement

CP Rail bills Canmore $295K for crossing replacement

CP Rail replaced the railway crossing at Spring Creek Gate in 2020 after water drainage issues led to "operational safety" concerns.
Bragg Creek area MLA travelled to visit family in Saskatchewan over Christmas

Bragg Creek area MLA travelled to visit family in Saskatchewan over Christmas

Tim Gerwing, director of communications for the UCP Caucus, said Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin lives alone, so when she travelled to Saskatchewan to visit family over Christmas, she was following public health guidelines.
Three Sisters Mountain Village area structure plans set for first reading Feb. 9

Three Sisters Mountain Village area structure plans set for first reading Feb. 9

The submission of the final two area structure plans from developer Three Sisters Mountain Village will likely result in a contentious community debate about what has been proposed for Canmore council to consider over the next several months.
Mayoral race in Canmore heats up

Mayoral race in Canmore heats up

There are officially two contenders running to become the next mayor of Canmore in the upcoming fall municipal election.
MLA Rosin travelled to visit family in Saskatchewan over Christmas

MLA Rosin travelled to visit family in Saskatchewan over Christmas

Tim Gerwing, director of communications for the UCP Caucus, said Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin lives alone, so when she travelled to Saskatchewan to visit family over Christmas, she was following public health guidelines.
Council changes tourist home densities for Second Avenue after public hearing

Council changes tourist home densities for Second Avenue after public hearing

CANMORE – Property owners along Second Avenue who invested in developing tourist homes appeared before council during a public hearing this week to support changes being considered for the Land Use Bylaw.
UPDATED: Canmore and Banff long-term care residents receive COVID-19 vaccine

UPDATED: Canmore and Banff long-term care residents receive COVID-19 vaccine

Residents of Cascade House in Banff received the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Monday (Jan. 11) and residents of the Bow River Seniors Lodge in Canmore are scheduled for immunization on Wednesday (Jan. 13).
Canmore council approves increase to water and sewer utility rates

Canmore council approves increase to water and sewer utility rates

Water and wastewater utility bills for residential properties can expect a 3.4 per cent overall increase to rates in 2021, or an increase of approximately $20.31 over the next year
Canmore approves terms of reference, funding for tourism task force

Canmore approves terms of reference, funding for tourism task force

"Really what we want to do as a group is lead a robust community engagement process that helps us understand the history of tourism in Canmore and creates a meaningful and fitting vision for its future that focuses on the triple bottom line of people, planet and profit – keeping in mind community, visitors and ecological impact. It is really a vision of tourism that is holistic and not just about the tourism industry but about the whole community."