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Benefit concert to provide last of funds needed for new sponsors, Canmore

Benefit concert to provide last of funds needed for new sponsors, Canmore

BOW VALLEY – The Bow Valley Syrian Refugee Project is scaling the valley for music lovers for an upcoming benefit concert to help raise funds to bring a second Syrian family to the valley.
Canmore actress Crystal Balint nominated for Leo Award

Canmore actress Crystal Balint nominated for Leo Award

The community is bursting with pride after hearing Canmore-raised actor, Crystal Balint , has been nominated for a Leo Award. Balint’s mother took to Facebook posting on a local group that her daughter has been nominated for best actress in the B.C.
The Rock rolls into Bow Valley with a big ‘apatite’

The Rock rolls into Bow Valley with a big ‘apatite’

CANMORE – Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson wasn’t taking the mountains for granite while here in the valley filming scenes for Jumanji’s sequel.
Two Alan(n)a M(a)cLeod’s are better than one

Two Alan(n)a M(a)cLeod’s are better than one

CANMORE – It appears that two Alan(n)a M(a)cLeods are now residing in the town of Canmore. The Outlook thought it would be fun to do a little meet and greet to avoid any confusion within the community – an attempt to try to distinguish the two.
ArtsPlace partners with Indigenous 150+ for film and conversation series, Canmore

ArtsPlace partners with Indigenous 150+ for film and conversation series, Canmore

CANMORE – Combining the intricate, fascinating works of a Canadian-American Abenaki filmmaker with the eloquent voices of local community members, artsPlace is partnering with Indigenous 150+ for an evening of film and conversation.
Crowfoot Media to launch newest award-winning magazine at Wild Bills, Banff

Crowfoot Media to launch newest award-winning magazine at Wild Bills, Banff

BANFF – Another year of fantastic writing and beautifully composed photography aiming to showcase the alluring elegance of the place we live is ready to be devoured once more.
Banff Centre host's glow-in-the-dark climbing night

Banff Centre host's glow-in-the-dark climbing night

BANFF – A unique concept for climbing enthusiasts turned an otherwise mundane over-cast Friday (April 19) into an exciting evening with a glow-in-the-dark theme.
Gadd contributes skills to science in Greenland

Gadd contributes skills to science in Greenland

The most memorable moment Will Gadd experienced under the Greenland ice cap while exploring inside a moulin – a vertical tube bored into glacial ice by the force of running meltwater – happened when he realized he’d just rappelled into a “giant explo
Wild About Nature event celebrates 20 years for guides association

Wild About Nature event celebrates 20 years for guides association

CANMORE – It’s all in the questioning, said Tracey Gage, executive director of the Interpretive Guides Association.
Canmore experts speaking at premier bird and nature festival

Canmore experts speaking at premier bird and nature festival

INVERMERE, B.C. – Spectacular scenery, abundant nature and a warm, human spirit of getting together for a worthy cause.