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Canmore’s coal mines come back to life with virtual reality

Canmore’s coal mines come back to life with virtual reality

“But I also like to think that once the mines closed down, the town persisted because of the quality of the people.”
For your ear buds: Musicians to catch in July in the Bow Valley

For your ear buds: Musicians to catch in July in the Bow Valley

A few sweet melodic voices and other musical opportunities to catch this July in the Bow Valley coming right up… 
What's brewing at Canmore's NWMP Barracks

What's brewing at Canmore's NWMP Barracks

CANMORE – As one of Canmore’s oldest historical buildings, the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) Barracks has plans for revitalization this coming August.
Canmore Summer Theatre Festival returns for a second year

Canmore Summer Theatre Festival returns for a second year

CANMORE – After a successful debut year in 2018, the Canmore Summer Theatre Festival is back for another year.
Where to let your Canadian flags fly on the first of July

Where to let your Canadian flags fly on the first of July

While mini Canadian flags, Maple Leafs painted on cheeks and T-shirts adorned with Made in Canada slogans are obviously all accepted as national holiday wear, they’re all but nothing if you have no where to show them off.
Upside Down, Montreal-based band Bellflower to release third album this Fall

Upside Down, Montreal-based band Bellflower to release third album this Fall

CANMORE – The unique sound of the Montreal-based band, Bellflower, returns to the Bow Valley to preview sounds from its latest album, Upside Down . The eight-member ensemble is led by the main vocalist and singer-songwriter, Em Pompa.
Canmore friends remember Crowbar frontman Kelly Jay

Canmore friends remember Crowbar frontman Kelly Jay

CANMORE – Kelly Jay Fordham was first and foremost a musician. Known not only around Canmore, but also across the country, as a guy who could really hit those keys on a piano (or harmonica, bass, or vocals).
Susan Aglukark plays Shaw Amphitheatre to cap off Indigenous Peoples Month

Susan Aglukark plays Shaw Amphitheatre to cap off Indigenous Peoples Month

BANFF – Susan Aglukark is more than a musician; she’s a voice for Indigenous peoples everywhere, she’s a survivor, and she’s a humanitarian – to name but a few of her roles in life.
New restaurant uses mountain foliage for innovative delicacies

New restaurant uses mountain foliage for innovative delicacies

CANMORE – Aerated caramelized yeast and wildgrass seasoning are among the list of ingredients found on the brand new menu at the Sensory in Canmore .
Exshaw School Grade 1 students put stories into published book

Exshaw School Grade 1 students put stories into published book

A bound, published book – a writer’s dream, or in this case, the surprise of an entire Grade 1 class.