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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 15 years. He has previously covered sports, municipal and provincial politics, arts and entertainment and many other topics. He primarily covers Canmore council for the Outlook.

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Recent Work by Greg

On-It rate from Calgary to Banff increasing by $2.50, direct Calgary to Lake Louise route approved

On-It rate from Calgary to Banff increasing by $2.50, direct Calgary to Lake Louise route approved

In 2023 the On-It bus service from Calgary to Canmore and Banff had 42,745 riders in the summer and an extra 2,081 when it ran for six days in December between Christmas and New Year.
Federal housing fund 'only for the most ambitious communities in Canada'

Federal housing fund 'only for the most ambitious communities in Canada'

“There will come a point the fund will be exhausted. We’ve been very clear from the get-go, this particular fund is only for the most ambitious communities in Canada,”
Canmore proposed off-site levy potential legal battle between Town, developers

Canmore proposed off-site levy potential legal battle between Town, developers

The ongoing off-site levy bylaw could have the Town of Canmore and area developers heading for a showdown at the Land and Property Rights Tribunal.
Tourist homes remain controversial topic in Canmore

Tourist homes remain controversial topic in Canmore

“Canmore’s obviously a really important destination in Canada for all the right reasons. It’s a beautiful spot and lots of people want to stay there."
Banff visitor paid parking rates to see another increase

Banff visitor paid parking rates to see another increase

Parking rates in Banff are set to increase by $1an hour
Canmore considering policy to phase out tourist and tax vacant homes

Canmore considering policy to phase out tourist and tax vacant homes

“I think a lot of people think the answers to our housing issues are quite simple and what we should do as leaders are quite simple and I don’t subscribe to that thinking,”
Canmore feral rabbit removal program halted following deadly disease

Canmore feral rabbit removal program halted following deadly disease

A fatal disease in Canmore’s fatal rabbit population is believed to have eradicated the well-known bunnies in the mountain town.
Class-action lawsuit claims Exshaw cement plant creates environmental, health hazards

Class-action lawsuit claims Exshaw cement plant creates environmental, health hazards

A class-action lawsuit against Lafarge Canada and its cement plant in Exshaw for allegedly creating environmental hazards has been launched by an Alberta resident.
Riverside Park, Bow River bridge boat launch potentially added to Canmore paid parking program

Riverside Park, Bow River bridge boat launch potentially added to Canmore paid parking program

Two new areas could soon be added to Canmore’s visitor paid parking program.
Banff 'running out of runway' for summer traffic congestion solutions

Banff 'running out of runway' for summer traffic congestion solutions

“All the things the Town can do in what we can control, I think we’re nearing the limits of what we can really achieve,”
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