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The newspaper has been independent of the university since 1971 and is run entirely by current or recently-graduated UC Berkeley students and published by the nonprofit Independent Berkeley Students Publishing Company, Inc.
Known informally as The Daily Cal, it is published every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday during the academic year and once a week during the summer. It has a daily paper circulation of approximately 10,000 copies and also publishes online.
The former summer resort village of Minnewanka Landing lies beneath the waters of Lake Minnewanka, near Banff, Alberta.
Minnewanka Landing grew around the Beach House log hotel established on the shores of the original Lake Minnewanka in 1886. The village was a popular summer destination, and by 1912 the resort was laid out along four avenues and three streets, with restaurants, hotels, and two cruise boats, Lady of the Lake and Daughter of the Peaks, offering lake tours to visitors.
A small log dam was constructed in 1895 to improve the shoreline for boating, followed by a larger dam in Devil’s Canyon in 1912 to create water storage for a downstream hydro-electric plant, increasing the lake level by 16 feet and claiming part of the village. During World War II, the needs of a growing and energy-hungry city of Calgary were prioritised over national park protections, and a larger dam built in 1941 increased the water level by a further 65 feet, submerging the entire village and the 1912 dam. The remnants of Minnewanka Landing’s structures are well preserved in the icy cold waters, making it a popular scuba diving location.
LaGuardia Airport terminals for arrivals and departures are shown below. In case of terminal changes, contacting the airline to confirm before travel is advisable.
Air Canada B
American Airlines B
American Shuttle B
Delta C / D
Delta Shuttle C
Frontier Airlines C
JetBlue Airways A
Spirit Airlines B
Southwest Airlines C
United Airlines B
The Banff Visitor Centre is located next to St Paul’s Presbyterian Church on Banff Avenue in downtown Banff, in a stone and half-timbered black and white heritage building that was once the Banff School Auditorium.
Operated by Parks Canada, the visitor information centre includes the Banff Lake Louise Tourism office, and is open until 5 pm daily.
The centre offers visitor maps, attraction brochures, Park Passes and activity permits, safety advice, backcountry reservations, weather, trail, avalanche and road condition reports, and features interpretive exhibits and events throughout the year.