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Greg Colgan

Greg Colgan

Greg joined the Outlook as the assistant editor in early 2021 and became the editor in September 2021. He comes from southwestern Ontario and has been a journalist for more than 10 years. He has previously covered sports, municipal and provincial politics, arts and entertainment and many other topics. He primarily covers Canmore and Town council for the Outlook.

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Recent Work by Greg

Banff murder suspect granted bail, remains under house arrest

Banff murder suspect granted bail, remains under house arrest

A man charged with second-degree murder in Banff last summer was given bail but remains under house arrest.
Long-awaited expert panel releases recommendations on future of Bow Valley, Banff National Park travel

Long-awaited expert panel releases recommendations on future of Bow Valley, Banff National Park travel

Mobility hubs, improving public transit and reducing private vehicle use are among the eight recommendations made by an expert panel on how to help people get and travel to the Bow Valley and Banff National Park.
Full parole revoked for murderer of Banff cab driver in 1990

Full parole revoked for murderer of Banff cab driver in 1990

Following a November hearing, the Parole Board of Canada ruled 51-year-old Ryan Jason Love, who had been granted full parole in 2012, posed a risk to the community.
Police called to Canmore council chambers as frustrations boil over

Police called to Canmore council chambers as frustrations boil over

The ongoing concerns by residents on plans to pave the West Bow River pathway hit a new level in council chambers when the RCMP were called.
Dangerous offender denied parole in horrific sexual assault in Banff

Dangerous offender denied parole in horrific sexual assault in Banff

The Parole Board of Canada denies request after psychological risk assessment indicates offender poses a very high risk of violent re-offending.
AHS issues order for Banff home with 42 beds, mattresses

AHS issues order for Banff home with 42 beds, mattresses

A Banff home has had an Alberta Health Services enforcement order issued against it after an inspection found at least 42 beds and mattresses for people to live on the property.
Hate speech concerning and 'need to pay attention' to it

Hate speech concerning and 'need to pay attention' to it

An outpouring of support and donations has been made to Canmore Pride in the wake of a hate email it received from a Canmore business.
Canmore, Kananaskis Country highlighted on Amazing Race Canada

Canmore, Kananaskis Country highlighted on Amazing Race Canada

Reality show racers made their way through the Rockies on latest episode of The Amazing Race.
Buffaloberry season leads to bear advisory for visitors to Rockies Parks

Buffaloberry season leads to bear advisory for visitors to Rockies Parks

Parks Canada issued a public advisory, warning residents and visitors of Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks to be vigilant as bears begin feeding on their primary food source in the region.
Business under fire following hate email to Canmore Pride, issues apology

Business under fire following hate email to Canmore Pride, issues apology

A Canmore grocery store is under fire following an angry email response to a sponsorship request for a Canmore Pride Pride week event.