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Sunshine Village's Slush Cup receives Alberta Tourism award for best event of the year

Sunshine Village's Slush Cup receives Alberta Tourism award for best event of the year

Sunshine’s Slush Cup was awarded the Tourism Event or Festival Award, while Parks picked up the Tourism Content Award for its Bison Reintroduction Backcountry Science web series at the Alberta Tourism Awards at the end of October
Photo Gallery: Remembrance Day – Lest We Forget

Photo Gallery: Remembrance Day – Lest We Forget

Bow Valley residents submitted tributes to their loved ones who were in the military to share with the community on Remembrance Day in honour of their service
Rush to Danger shares stories of medical personnel in the line of fire

Rush to Danger shares stories of medical personnel in the line of fire

In February 1945, during the Battle of the Bulge, Sgt. Alex Barris, a 22-year-old medic with the U.S.
Sheepdog Brewing supporting Poppy Fund with new beer

Sheepdog Brewing supporting Poppy Fund with new beer

“I’ve had the vision to do a Remembrance Day beer for a few years now — I’ve got a lot of friends who are in the military.”
Fuhrmann recalls being a child refugee in his own country during war

Fuhrmann recalls being a child refugee in his own country during war

“On February 13 (1945), the Russians came and we all had to get out,” Peter Fuhrmann recalled when detailing his incredible and tragic youth during the Second World War in Germany
Moment of silence honours Canadian veterans

Moment of silence honours Canadian veterans

It is a tradition that is more than a century old and one communities in the Rocky Mountains hold dear, as organizers prepare for the annual Remembrance Day ceremonies across the valley
Bear spray compliance 'still low'

Bear spray compliance 'still low'

A survey by Alberta Parks has shown very few hikers carried bear spray on Canmore's Grassi Lakes Trail this summer despite ongoing warnings and sightings of bears in the area
Biathletes target more fundraising after cuts

Biathletes target more fundraising after cuts

With less funding from Own the Podium for Biathlon Canada after PyeongChang, the national team is hosting a fundraiser – the inaugural Shoot For Gold event takes place Thursday (Nov. 14) from 7-9 p.m. at Canmore’s Iron Goat Pub & Grill
Avalanche safety for backcountry climbing discussed by BMFF panel

Avalanche safety for backcountry climbing discussed by BMFF panel

“Most people who go into the mountains are going in to have a good safe day ... Everybody has the same goal, which is getting back to the car safe — I don’t feel like many people in the mountains are being wilfully dangerous.”
Banff artist’s exhibit restores 'dignity' to animals

Banff artist’s exhibit restores 'dignity' to animals

“Animals, they have an otherworldly intelligence — You look at them and you realize there’s more to the world than just you.”