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Public art call aims to break down barriers in neighbourhoods

Public art call aims to break down barriers in neighbourhoods

“This project is more focused on the process of coming together as a neighbourhood and sharing our diversity and culture with the community as opposed to the end result.”
Video games, blockbuster movie themes inspire musician’s new EP

Video games, blockbuster movie themes inspire musician’s new EP

Hold on to your butts; a link was made between classic video games, blockbuster movies and one local musician’s newest material.
Farm and Fire focused on sourcing what goes on the plate from Alberta producers

Farm and Fire focused on sourcing what goes on the plate from Alberta producers

"When we built the menu, we knew it can get from the restaurant to your plate at home without compromising quality. We wanted to make sure that if a guest was ordering takeout, they are getting the same quality they would be if eating in the restaurant." 
Banff skate punk band All The Time Everywhere on new album, state of live shows and the future of mosh pits

Banff skate punk band All The Time Everywhere on new album, state of live shows and the future of mosh pits

“Not being able to tour – yes, that sucks, but we are trying to keep a positive mind frame and doing everything we can to still be a band, basically.”
Canmore cyclist honours friend's recovery with Shim's Ride

Canmore cyclist honours friend's recovery with Shim's Ride

“It was the biggest day in the saddle I’ve experienced. It was a day that was all about honouring Shim,” said Canmore resident Dylan Dalgas. “Considering what Shim is going through, I knew I could push myself because that’s what he would do.”
Nordic sports combine efforts to put more athletes on future podiums

Nordic sports combine efforts to put more athletes on future podiums

Canada's four Nordic sports organizations have combined forces to create a new strategy to get more of their athletes on international podiums in the future. The last time Canada won an Olympic medal in the Nordic disciplines was in 2006 when Canmore residents and cross-country skiers Chandra Crawford, Beckie Scott and Sara Renner were on the podium in Turin, Italy.
Local artists gear up for Elk Run outdoor market

Local artists gear up for Elk Run outdoor market

“Events like this are so important for us local artists. It’s the best way to keep the public interested in our work because we can share our passion with them in person.”
Canmore naturalist, author honoured for conservation writing

Canmore naturalist, author honoured for conservation writing

Canmore's Kevin Van Tighem was awarded the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s  Robert Bateman Award for Conservation through the Arts for his fiction and non-fiction writing about wildlife and nature
An 'exploratory traverse' in the backcountry

An 'exploratory traverse' in the backcountry

A few hundred feet into the hike and the unmistakable signs that we're in bear country appear.
Banff Centre gets $2.58M from province for theatre upgrades

Banff Centre gets $2.58M from province for theatre upgrades

Once underway, the project is expected to generate 14 jobs in the Banff area