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Chic Scott returns with special Fireside Chat at the Whyte

Chic Scott returns with special Fireside Chat at the Whyte

The special film presentation of interviews with Lloyd "Kiwi" Gallagher will be available on the Whyte Museum's website, as well as a question and answer livestream with Scott and producer Glen Crawford on April 22.
Demand for poster still high after nearly 50 years

Demand for poster still high after nearly 50 years

“Now that marijuana is legal in Canada there has been a resurgence of interest from some oldies and some young people who see the poster and say ‘Hey this is cool. I want one.’ ”
Community sing-along reminds us it's 'Okay' not to be OK all the time

Community sing-along reminds us it's 'Okay' not to be OK all the time

Organizers of an upcoming sing-along on Thursday (April 1) are reaching out to the community for participation.
'Thousand Rescues' a tribute to former safety warden, climber Tim Auger

'Thousand Rescues' a tribute to former safety warden, climber Tim Auger

"He was one of the top climbers in the country – an amazing climber and rescue technician – and also a super fun guy to work with," said Scott Ward with The Wardens. "Everyone had the utmost respect for Tim. He was one of those rare people everybody loved and a quirky and funny guy. I cannot say enough good about him." 
RMO photojournalist wins 2021 Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award

RMO photojournalist wins 2021 Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award

Congratulations to RMO photojournalist Evan Buhler for winning the prestigious 2021 Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award.
Banff Library welcomes artists back to Listening Room

Banff Library welcomes artists back to Listening Room

The first two performances for the Banff Library Listening Room concert series will feature Alanna J. Brown on April 9 and Lori Reid on June 11.
Pioneering Bow Valley snowboarder found success by splitting from the pack

Pioneering Bow Valley snowboarder found success by splitting from the pack

Originally from Canmore and now living in Whistler B.C., Christine Feleki became the first woman to achieve her Association of Canadian Mountain Guides certification on a splitboard earlier this year.
Canmore Uncorked returns in 2021 – with a twist

Canmore Uncorked returns in 2021 – with a twist

Canmore Uncorked is back this year to show-off the community's remarkable dining experiences – in a COVID-19 safe way.
Freedivers battle the elements in winter dive at Lake Minnewanka

Freedivers battle the elements in winter dive at Lake Minnewanka

Freediving is a sport normally associated with the warm waters of Hawaii or the Caribbean, but Lorenza Malaguti’s passion for the little-known sport has led her to practice it in extreme conditions
Bow Valley Music Festival opens up virtual experience to dramatic arts

Bow Valley Music Festival opens up virtual experience to dramatic arts

"Typically, we would keep the parameters of those studying with a private music teacher in the valley, but just because we are expecting smaller numbers on the virtual platform, why not open it up?"