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a popular vacation spot in the Canadian Rockies

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The hearing would challenge the constitutional validity of the Birmingham Strategic Partnership, chaired by deputy city council leader Paul Tilsley, which took the decision to withdraw Banfs money.
After his contract was terminated, Mr Rice staged a "work in" at the BANF headquarters in Nechells in which he refused to leave unless he was ordered to do so by a court.
Now the Wylde Green Neighbourhood Forum in Sutton Coldfield has slammed the decision to withdraw funding for BANF.
Two weeks ago the police were called in an attempt by the BANF management to evict Mr Rice.
The pounds 30,000-year post is one of about half a dozen paid positions at BANF, which received just under pounds 200,000 funding from Birmingham City Council over the last 12 months Mr Rice would not comment on the termination of his contract, saying only: 'I have not been authorised to speak to you by my employers.
They are outraged at the decision to stop funding their umbrella group BANF - the Birmingham Association of Neighbourhood Forums - from the end of November.
A new, 14-night Canadian Rockies itinerary - taking in Seattle, Vancouver, Kamloops, Jasper, Banf Calgary, Kalispell, Spokane and Mt Ranier National Park - costs pounds 696 per person (twin share) for the room-only hotel accommodation and route notes (c hildren under 11 travel and stay free when sharing with two adults).
Readers can obtain up-to-date information on the SAVE BANF campaign and also sign the e-petition to senior councillors at www.
Banff Springs Hotel, PO Box 960, Banf Alberta, Canada TOL OCO, telephone (403) 762 2211.
BANF (Birmingham Association of Neighbourhood Forums) and b: cen (Birmingham Community Empowerment Network) have both been independent voices for the voluntary and community sector over the last five years.