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Canmore Pride makes history

Canmore Pride makes history

Raising the flag for Canmore’s first ever Pride Festival
Canmore welcomes first Pride week

Canmore welcomes first Pride week

“As a community we have come a long way, but there is definitely still a lot of work to be done and I think it’s a lot about education as well. There is a really wide spectrum of queerness and we really want people to understand that.”
Wazin Îchinabi – I am one with you.

Wazin Îchinabi – I am one with you.

artsPlace September Cultural Learning Circle brings together a panel of Indigenous community members and Bow Valley community members
Canmore's own disaster dog

Canmore's own disaster dog

Meet Baillie, one of the only 20 federally certified disaster dogs in Canada
Help Barry Blanchard

Help Barry Blanchard

The treasured climbing legend is facing a long road to recovery
Qwayqwayaxn Levi Bent's endless grind

Qwayqwayaxn Levi Bent's endless grind

Skateboarding with Spirit North
Creative recycled bags at Banff Farmers Market

Creative recycled bags at Banff Farmers Market

Kokoro and Mirai Honda's fresh take on sustainability
Three Feathers make their way to Kamloops

Three Feathers make their way to Kamloops

Walking for the children
Lara Shea's debut film Sixty Seconds

Lara Shea's debut film Sixty Seconds

Ty Turner's journey
Science, cultural knowledge combined for Stoney Nakoda learning project

Science, cultural knowledge combined for Stoney Nakoda learning project

“I want young people to see that going to university isn’t the only path to success. Just because we’re associated with the university doesn’t mean it’s going to be that kind of white tower academic kind of thing. Science doesn’t have to be like that. Science is for everybody.”