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Old Man's Garden a treasure of knowledge for all Albertans

Old Man's Garden a treasure of knowledge for all Albertans

"There was a real sense of place with many of her depictions of wildflowers, because she liked to depict them in their natural surroundings," said Canmore author and curator Mary-Beth Laviolette. "It is quite different to how a botanical artist would depict a flower or native plants." 
Canmore alpine racer stands out as top teen prospect

Canmore alpine racer stands out as top teen prospect

Canmore's Britt Richardson was the youngest athlete selected to Alpine Canada’s new NextGen Program
Kenney says ambitious, long-term Alberta economy reboot plan coming Monday

Kenney says ambitious, long-term Alberta economy reboot plan coming Monday

Fair use of public space in Banff discussed for sidewalk seating, outdoor retailing

Fair use of public space in Banff discussed for sidewalk seating, outdoor retailing

“This summer is not going to be like any one we have experienced before. Every business will need to take every advantage available to be able to survive these unprecedented times.”
A $100k silver-lining Schulich Scholarship for OLS student

A $100k silver-lining Schulich Scholarship for OLS student

OLS student Jenna Murphy was recently awarded the heavily coveted $100k Schulich Leader Scholarship
Banff RCMP warn about CERB phone scammers

Banff RCMP warn about CERB phone scammers

Scammers are trying to take advantage of the CERB-situation in Banff
Regional visitation increasing as Banff swings into summer

Regional visitation increasing as Banff swings into summer

“There were lots of questions early on this summer about how much visitation we’re going to have, and I think it’s interesting just to see this return to numbers that are maybe not comparable, but at least approaching previous years.”
Banff Centre testing digital programs this fall, re-evaluating options for January

Banff Centre testing digital programs this fall, re-evaluating options for January

“I happen to think if there is a tiny sliver of a silver lining in this – in that it’s potentially a way to be out in the world digitally that we may want to retain some components of for the future."
Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

A pilot project launched in Stoney Nakoda Nation on Thursday (June 25) testing out a Swiss drone to deliver viral live test swabs to urban centres – the first of its kind in Canada
Canmore Mountain Market returns for 20th season

Canmore Mountain Market returns for 20th season

"The market will continue to help bring back our community spirit in Canmore during this difficult and unprecedented time."