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Remembrance Day will look different in the Bow Valley this year

Remembrance Day will look different in the Bow Valley this year

The annual Poppy campaign is in full swing in the Bow Valley, with a cashless donation option available
Exhibit shares untold stories of Second World War

Exhibit shares untold stories of Second World War

The Military Museums in Calgary are sharing first-hand accounts and stories of the Second World War through the experience of its veterans to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the conflict
Emerging artist showcases work at artsPlace

Emerging artist showcases work at artsPlace

As one of the youngest female Canadian sculptors working with welded public art, the surreal artwork by Sinéad Ludwig-Burgess challenges viewers to question the notion of space and the human body
Quaranfilm Fest filling in for One Act Play Festival

Quaranfilm Fest filling in for One Act Play Festival

“We are encouraging people to use what they’ve got. So if you have an old camcorder from the 80s dust it off, or use a camera or even your iPhone.”
Neighbourhood art project looking for stories, photos of famed Cougar Creek elk

Neighbourhood art project looking for stories, photos of famed Cougar Creek elk

"We just thought this would also be a great way to get people out in the community for a purposeful walk."
UFO sightings rise in Alberta

UFO sightings rise in Alberta

Do you believe in UFOs? The mystery of unidentified flying objects has history in the Bow Valley including an alleged abduction case.
Sasquatch or bigfoot has long history of encounters in Banff, Canmore and Kananaskis

Sasquatch or bigfoot has long history of encounters in Banff, Canmore and Kananaskis

Have you ever seen a sasquatch? Every year, alleged sightings are reported of the legendary cryptid in the Bow Valley and Kananaskis Country.
Parallel Minds explores sci-fi through an Indigenous lens

Parallel Minds explores sci-fi through an Indigenous lens

Parallel Minds is the second feature film by Métis writer and director Benjamin Ross Hayden and will be screened at Banff's Lux Cinema on Saturday (Oct. 31) at 7 p.m.
Banff writers explore 'whiteness'

Banff writers explore 'whiteness'

It takes courage to crack open a family history with a critical and objective eye, as both Carole Harmon and Sonya Lea demonstrate. Doing so leads to an inevitable confrontation with the past and the role our ancestors played.
Canmore film selected for Banff Mountain Film Festival

Canmore film selected for Banff Mountain Film Festival

“The most exciting part about this film getting into the festival is that it fulfilled Ryan’s dream and it tells his story and mine at the same time.”