The past week in the Bow Valley was another busy time.
As public health restrictions were loosened by the province, visitation continued to increase and people made their way outside to enjoy the weather. Sports were once again able to return in some capacity, while tree planting efforts took place in Exshaw to help the community and
In Morley, members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation tied 215 teddy bears – in memory of the 215 children found in a mass grave near the former Kamloops Residential School – along a fence by the Trans-Canada Highway.
Here's a look at photos that were in the June 3 newspaper and website for the Rocky Mountain Outlook. For more photos, visit our Instagram page at www.instagram.com/rockymountainoutlook.