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Canmore to kick off its first heritage festival

Canmore to kick off its first heritage festival

“For us, one thing our heritage advisory committee was looking for was a unique way of being able to tell the story of Canmore heritage and to tell community stories. For us, this festival was able to do a lot of heavy lifting of telling those different stories.”
New exhibit highlights unique landscapes

New exhibit highlights unique landscapes

“The photo-realism effect is what I go for it. I’d been to 10 peaks before I knew that was the picture. I understand the trees there. That’s where my strength comes from the woodworking field, not the painting field.”
Local punk rockers opening for Trashed Ambulance in Banff

Local punk rockers opening for Trashed Ambulance in Banff

“The freight train keeps on running and we’re already working on other stuff since we’ve been in the studio. We definitely want to put it all out in one big splat.”
Canmore Olympian, influencer competing in The Amazing Race Canada

Canmore Olympian, influencer competing in The Amazing Race Canada

The high stakes race of a lifetime is underway for Canmore's newest reality TV stars.
Summer theatre returns to Canmore

Summer theatre returns to Canmore

“It’s a love of theatre and a love of being in the community and being able to see live theatre with family and friends. … It’s by the community and it’s for the community. It’s why people love community theatre since it’s a way to bring people together.”
Eleven organizations receive funding from Wim and Nancy Pauw Foundation

Eleven organizations receive funding from Wim and Nancy Pauw Foundation

The Wim and Nancy Pauw Foundation through its True Sport Youth Fund will see between $1,000 and $5,000 go towards the 11 different regional groups.
Buddy bench encourages discussion on students' mental health

Buddy bench encourages discussion on students' mental health

"I feel like the buddy bench supports mental health and encourages students to interact with others and not be shy and self-conscious about themselves."
Îyârhe Nakoda Youth exhibition launches at artsPlace

Îyârhe Nakoda Youth exhibition launches at artsPlace

“They were having a relationship with this beautiful land that was there. The end of each of those days, they sat around a campfire with Stoney Nakoda elders and listened to stories of the land. True stories about its history and stories from their culture. At the end of their journey with that learning, they created a painting to reflect something they learned.”
Banff photographer picks up prestigious award

Banff photographer picks up prestigious award

“I want to get across the human impact on the environment. I really have a connection to this land and my hometown. I just want to make people aware of the impact tourism has on the environment and what impact we have on the wildlife here.”
Three Indigenous metal bands to play Banff show

Three Indigenous metal bands to play Banff show

"Some people call us thrash, some people call us metal, but we just play what we like to hear and that's just Indigenous metal."