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Paul Clarke

Paul Clarke

Paul Clarke has spent the past four years working as a community news reporter in Jasper, Banff and Canmore. Prior to moving to the Rockies he cut his teeth as a breaking news reporter for the Toronto Star and has since won several community newspaper awards.

Recent Work by Paul

Canmore approves steeper fines for fruit trees and birdfeeders

Canmore approves steeper fines for fruit trees and birdfeeders

Residents in violation of the rules could face a $250 fine.
Canmore approves steeper fines for fruit trees and birdfeeders

Canmore approves steeper fines for fruit trees and birdfeeders

Residents in violation of the rules could face a $250 fine.
Local mountaineer reaches third summit in worldwide quest

Local mountaineer reaches third summit in worldwide quest

Jean-Francois Dupras is attempting to climb the seven tallest summits on each continent in a bid to raise money and awareness about mental health.
Local mountaineer reaches third summit in worldwide quest

Local mountaineer reaches third summit in worldwide quest

Jean-Francois Dupras is attempting to climb the seven tallest summits on each continent in a bid to raise money and awareness about mental health.
Arts, entertainment and recreation sector an economic driver for the Bow Valley

Arts, entertainment and recreation sector an economic driver for the Bow Valley

Approximately 45 jobs per 1,000 people are directly involved in the arts, entertainment and recreation sector in the Bow Valley, significantly more than in the Calgary region where there are only 13 jobs per 1,000 people in the same sector
Living at an elevated risk

Living at an elevated risk

A growing body of research from the University of Utah has found a strong correlation between elevation and the suicide rate
Wolf killed in Banff along Trans-Canada Highway

Wolf killed in Banff along Trans-Canada Highway

It's the second wolf from the Bow Valley wolf pack to be struck and killed by a vehicle along the Trans-Canada Highway this year
Province to review minimum wage for liqour servers

Province to review minimum wage for liqour servers

The panel will review whether a wage differential for hospitality works who serve alcohol could lead to higher net incomes for employees
Province to review minimum wage for liquor servers

Province to review minimum wage for liquor servers

The panel will review whether a wage differential for hospitality works who serve alcohol could lead to higher net incomes for employees
Wolf killed in Banff along Trans-Canada Highway

Wolf killed in Banff along Trans-Canada Highway

It's the second wolf from the Bow Valley wolf pack to be struck and killed by a vehicle along the Trans-Canada Highway this year