Personal information in the Town’s custody may have been accessed or taken in connection with the recent cybersecurity incident detected March 19. There is no evidence that any misuse of personal information has occurred. The Town has also taken steps to reduce the likelihood of misuse of any data affected in this incident, in accordance with advice provided by cybersecurity experts. Learn more at banff.ca/News.
Homegrown Art Show
This spring Banff Town Hall transforms to feature and celebrate the amazing work of local
artists from the Bow Valley. The exhibition kicks off with an open house on Friday, May 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. Space is limited. Registration is required. To register to attend, visit banff.ca/Homegrown.
St. Julien Road reconstruction
St. Julien Road is closed to public access as of Monday, April 25, and continuing for the duration of the project, which is scheduled to conclude in the fall. Members of the public travelling by vehicle, bicycle and foot will be detoured. The Tunnel Mountain trailhead parking lot will be closed throughout the construction. Find more information at banff.ca/StJulienRoad.
Reuse workshop for businesses
Wednesday, May 11, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
This free online workshop for businesses will provide facts on how to safely BYO, reuse, and reduce single-use items, and more related to COVID safety. You will hear from a local panel of Zero Waste Trailblazers and health specialists. This Renormalizing Reuse workshop is open to businesses in Banff, Canmore, the MD of Bighorn, and Lake Louise/ID9. To register, visit banff.ca/BizReuse
Child and youth summer camp
Summer Fun, Specialty Camps, and Youth Camps registration opens May 4. Camps include day camps, performing arts, sports, kayaking, hiking, overnight campouts, and more. Visit banff.ca/Kids for details on registration and camp information. Learn if your family qualifies for discounts on registration fees at banff.ca/Access.