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Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert

Tanya Foubert started as a news reporter at the Rocky Mountain Outlook in 2006, and left town briefly in 2012 to be editor of a weekly newspaper in Whistler, B.C. In 2018, she took the position of editor at the Outlook. She has also won national and provincial news-writing awards for her coverage of the 2013 flood in Canmore.

Recent Work by Tanya

Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

"A lot of people are trying to sell right now, but that does not mean they will get what they want ... sellers have to be prepared to price it appropriately and be realistic," said MaxWell Capital Realtor Robb Aishford. "The Canmore market has always done its own thing."  
Subdivision approved for Silvertip commercial development to commence

Subdivision approved for Silvertip commercial development to commence

"I am pleased to see some commercial development commencing on Silvertip lands. I think that is very important for moving forward with the delivery of the area structure plan."
Shred Kelly brings virtual tour to Banff's Rose & Crown

Shred Kelly brings virtual tour to Banff's Rose & Crown

Fernie B.C.'s alt-folk rock favourites Shred Kelly are embarking on a cross-Canada tour in support live music venues and its new album Like a Rising Sun – without ever leaving their homes
Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

Canmore real estate market booming with COVID-19

"A lot of people are trying to sell right now, but that does not mean they will get what they want ... sellers have to be prepared to price it appropriately and be realistic," said MaxWell Capital Realtor Robb Aishford. "The Canmore market has always done its own thing."  
New species identified from Burgess Shale fossils solves evolutionary mystery

New species identified from Burgess Shale fossils solves evolutionary mystery

A recently published article in Current Biology shares a discovery from the Burgess Shale Marble Canyon fossil bed site that may solve an evolutionary mystery of how two species of hemichordates are related
Rocky Mountain Soap hand sanitizer recalled due to labelling issue

Rocky Mountain Soap hand sanitizer recalled due to labelling issue

Health Canada requires products that use technical-grade ethanol to be clearly labelled and early batches of the Rocky Mountain Soap Co.'s hand sanitizer did not, leading to the recent recall
New species identified from Burgess Shale fossils solves evolutionary mystery

New species identified from Burgess Shale fossils solves evolutionary mystery

A recently published article in Current Biology shares a discovery from the Burgess Shale Marble Canyon fossil bed site that may solve an evolutionary mystery of how two species of hemichordates are related
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Fest goes global with online event

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Fest goes global with online event

The Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival is going global this year with an online event, but Bow Valley residents will recognize many familiar faces like Will Gadd, Barry Blanchard, Sarah Hornby and Lynn Martel
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Fest goes global with online event

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Fest goes global with online event

The Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival is going global this year with an online event, but Bow Valley residents will recognize many familiar faces like Will Gadd, Barry Blanchard, Sarah Hornby and Lynn Martel
Museum of Making a bucket list adventure through the history of machines

Museum of Making a bucket list adventure through the history of machines

"I feel like I am the custodian of these objects somehow and there is a story to tell. If you do it right, it is an interesting story for somebody. Not everybody, but somebody."