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Chic Scott takes on Mount Assiniboine's storied past

Chic Scott takes on Mount Assiniboine's storied past

"It is not just a special place in the Canadian Rockies, it is one of the most special mountain scenes in the whole world ... this is a special book for a very special place." 
Rocks + Dogs Leashes looking for used, expired and damaged climbing gear

Rocks + Dogs Leashes looking for used, expired and damaged climbing gear

Don McKeown with Rocks + Dogs Leashes is looking for old, damaged and expired gear from climbers in the Bow Valley to re-purpose into leashes and collars. He said the leashes are versatile and functional, while his company's message promotes gear safety within the climbing community.
YWCA Banff hosting online VINEart gala

YWCA Banff hosting online VINEart gala

While last year's March 14 VINEart gala was cancelled due to COVID, organizers with the YWCA Banff are bringing the event to you at home with a virtual experience and fundraiser on March 25.
UPDATE: Big Brother Canada boots Banff contestant over 'significant concerns'

UPDATE: Big Brother Canada boots Banff contestant over 'significant concerns'

A 22-year-old line cook from Banff was removed as a contestant on Big Brother Canada 9 prior the show premieres on Wednesday (March 3).
Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Cecilia Eckbäck's latest novel, The Historians published by Harper Collins Canada, explores the relationship between a group of friends living in Sweden in 1943 after one of them dies in mysterious circumstances.
Bawang poised and ready to make a big splash

Bawang poised and ready to make a big splash

“I would want nothing more than to release it now and play it for people and have it available on Spotify, but I know it’s going to be so much better when we can actually get out there and promote it and have it go all around the world.”
CAF conducts adventure training around Canmore mountains

CAF conducts adventure training around Canmore mountains

CAF personnel are participating in adventure training in the mountains around Canmore this week.
Whyte Museum delivers virtual exhibitions and events

Whyte Museum delivers virtual exhibitions and events

The show must go on.
Banff Centre winter programming in full swing

Banff Centre winter programming in full swing

“We’ve increased our accessibility, particularly with people from around Canada, which has been really great to see,” said vice-president of arts and leadership programming Howard R. Jang. “And we’ve expanded our demographics quite significantly, particularly in the Indigenous community.”
Canmore Winter Carnival to go ahead

Canmore Winter Carnival to go ahead

“I like the idea of taking what we’ve learned over the last year and applying it to this challenge. Being able to look at things in a different light and creating something new out of it is just a fascinating idea."