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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

Canmore businesses short 600-650 employees: Report

Canmore businesses short 600-650 employees: Report

Housing availability and cost the biggest challenge in getting and keeping employees in Canmore
Woman in hospital with serious injuries after collision near Canmore

Woman in hospital with serious injuries after collision near Canmore

A woman sustained serious injuries in a motor vehicle collision on the Trans-Canada Highway outside of Canmore Thursday.
Skier killed in avalanche in Kananaskis Country

Skier killed in avalanche in Kananaskis Country

A 19-year-old Kelowna man was killed in an avalanche east of Mount Engadine on Tower Peak Sunday afternoon (March 10).
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,”
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."
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.
Court denies rights violated for dangerous offender in 2005 Banff sexual assault

Court denies rights violated for dangerous offender in 2005 Banff sexual assault

A man convicted of a horrific sexual assault in Banff in 2005 was denied an application by the Supreme Court of British Columbia that his rights had been violated as a prisoner.
Living wage report shows Canmore most expensive place to live in Alberta

Living wage report shows Canmore most expensive place to live in Alberta

Canmore residents need to make almost $14 more per hour to make a living wage compared to the second most expensive place to live in Alberta - Jasper.
Polarizing Three Sisters area structure plans adopted by Canmore council

Polarizing Three Sisters area structure plans adopted by Canmore council

CANMORE – The long-discussed development on lands owned by Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Limited will occur, despite the Town of Canmore's concerns.
Legal decision will see Canmore council adopt polarizing area structure plans

Legal decision will see Canmore council adopt polarizing area structure plans

“It would be very rare, almost unheard of, for council not to respect an order with a tribunal."
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