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Cathy Ellis

Cathy Ellis
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403-609-0220
Email
cellis@outlook.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Cathy

Housing dropped from warehouse expansion in Banff's industrial compound

Housing dropped from warehouse expansion in Banff's industrial compound

Limits on commercial activities when mixed with housing in the industrial compound, based on building and fire codes, led to the removal of proposed residential housing in a warehouse expansion.
Visitor pay parking likely going ahead in Banff

Visitor pay parking likely going ahead in Banff

Mayor and councillors voted unanimously to move ahead with plans for visitor pay parking to a budget meeting next week.
Banff planners reviewing development permit for affordable housing complex

Banff planners reviewing development permit for affordable housing complex

The Town of Banff's planning and development department has approved a demolition permit for several buildings on Banff Avenue, including the Hockey House, to make way for a new 33-unit affordable housing apartment project.
Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

The number of active COVID-19 cases was 209 at Stoney Nakoda First Nations in Morley on Monday.
Sick wolf pup died with piece of heavy leather lodged in its throat, stomach

Sick wolf pup died with piece of heavy leather lodged in its throat, stomach

Parks Canada is doing further testing on the eight-and-a-half-month-old male wolf found dead earlier this month to determine the potential causes of the pup's illness.
Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

The number of active COVID-19 cases was 209 at Stoney Nakoda First Nations in Morley on Monday.
Banff council may look to capital reserve contributions to further reduce taxes

Banff council may look to capital reserve contributions to further reduce taxes

“Many of us in businesses are forced to tighten our belts. While there may be arguments at higher-levels of government for fiscal spending to stimulate the economy, at our municipal level, by reducing taxes we help reduce the burdens on our residents," said Councillor Peter Poole.
Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

The number of active COVID-19 cases was 209 at Stoney Nakoda First Nations in Morley on Monday.
Glass, metal posing hazards at Banff off-leash dog park

Glass, metal posing hazards at Banff off-leash dog park

The Town of Banff is looking for a long-term solution at the dog park in the industrial compound, where hazardous objects such as glass and metal are being dug up by dogs.
Cougars continue hunting, killing deer in Banff

Cougars continue hunting, killing deer in Banff

“They said there were potentially three more cougars in town, so we should watch out.”