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Dearest Mother – Banff museum digitizes more than 10,000 letters from Catharine Robb Whyte

Dearest Mother – Banff museum digitizes more than 10,000 letters from Catharine Robb Whyte

Banff's Catherine Robb Whyte wrote to her mother Edith living in Boston every few days from the time she arrived in the tourist town in 1929 after marrying Peter Whyte up until 1962 when her mother passed away. Thanks to funding from Library Archives Canada, all 11,983 letters are available online after being scanned and digitized as part of the Whyte Museum's archives.
The Medicine of Dance

The Medicine of Dance

Our neighbour from 53° brings inspiration, hope and awareness.
The first ever Aurora Clara Stream

The first ever Aurora Clara Stream

How the beloved Banff musician is creating new ways to support artists.
The Motherload

The Motherload

Happy Mother’s Day!
PUPDATE: ADOPTED! Meet the Bow Valley SPCA's longest term occupant – Matilda

PUPDATE: ADOPTED! Meet the Bow Valley SPCA's longest term occupant – Matilda

An in-depth Q&A with a fun loving, photogenic pup who is looking for her furever home.
Excerpt from – Stories of Ice: Adventure, Commerce and Creativity on Canada’s Glaciers

Excerpt from – Stories of Ice: Adventure, Commerce and Creativity on Canada’s Glaciers

A few select words from Lynn Martel's latest book
Moving conversation about men's mental health forward one stride at a time

Moving conversation about men's mental health forward one stride at a time

“Since running keeps me alive, I want to finish what I’ve started."
Something in the way – a real view

Something in the way – a real view

Pascale Ouellet paints the mountains, and everything else that might be in sight.
Banff's BEATNIK Salon – Beautiful on the Inside and Out

Banff's BEATNIK Salon – Beautiful on the Inside and Out

Big hair, big heart.
Blood Memory - Film & Discussion, Presented by artsPlace in partnership with The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

Blood Memory - Film & Discussion, Presented by artsPlace in partnership with The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

Watch and learn from Sandy White Hawk, adoption survivor and international Indigenous child welfare advocate, in the new film 'Blood Memory'