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Spring is here! Please share the road

More so than the vast majority of Alberta towns, Canmore is a multi-modal community and proud of it! We have an array of transportation options including walking, wheeling (cycling, scootering, roller-skiing), public transit and driving automobiles. The Town of Canmore … Continue reading

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School Travel Planning Comes to Canmore

Improving Active Travel to School Canmore is in the midst of its first School Travel Planning project, a pilot project at Lawrence Grassi Middle School (LGMS) in partnership with the Canmore Community Cruisers, the Town of Canmore, and the Alberta … Continue reading

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Cyclists to light up bikes on Winter Solstice

Bow Valley Crag & Canyon, December 20, 2016 By: Amanda Symynuk Cyclists will celebrate the shortest day of the year with a cool ride and cheery lights. Tonight (Wednesday), the Canmore Community Cruisers are hosting an evening for cyclists to get … Continue reading

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Canmore Cruisers want to help you see the light of winter

Rocky Mountain Outlook, Thursday, Dec 01, 2016 By: Tanya Foubert Canmore Community Cruisers wants to light up the night and get cycling enthusiasts out and about on their bikes in the winter months – and to do so safely. CCC board … Continue reading

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Canmore Wows at Alberta Bikes Conference

The Alberta Bikes Conference was held in Canmore on Sept 17 & 18 at the Bill Warren Training Centre. For the second year in a row, participants from across Alberta and local, regional, national, and international presenters were wowed by Canmore’s … Continue reading

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Improving Active Travel to School

We are excited to announce that we have begun an in-depth School Travel Planning (STP) project in partnership with the Lawrence Grassi Middle School (LGMS) and the Town of Canmore. This project will help us determine how we can improve … Continue reading

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Collin Cureatz and the Legacy Trail

When you drive the Trans Canada Highway eastbound between Banff and Canmore, you pass by the Valleyview Picinic area. It is hard to miss as there is good signage indicating the pull-off to access this beautiful spot.  But have you … Continue reading

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Sharing the Trail

Bow Valley Road Conditions is a very useful Facebook page where people post information about current road conditions across the Bow Valley. Recently, we responded to a post that brought to light confusion over use of the pedestrian/cycling bridge beside … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview – July 30th “Cruisey Ride”

To prepare for the Saturday (Jul 30) “Cruisey Ride” I decided to bike the route ahead of time, which will start from 100 Paillser Lane.  The first observation is how isolated and cut off the buildings at 100, 200, and … Continue reading

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SafeRoads – Cruisers 2015 Project

In June 2015 Canmore Community Cruisers (CCC) launched SafeRoads with close to $14,000 funding from Alberta Traffic and Safety Program. The mandate of the program is to champion safe roads for all users, but primarily drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. Ten volunteer … Continue reading

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