Woke up to a little white stuff this morning. #Canmore #BowValley #RockyMountains #grunge #snow A photo posted by Stephen Dyrgas (@stephendyrgas) on Nov 1, 2016 at 9:50pm PDT
Goin' skiing. #skis #RockyMountains #Canmore #BowValley #xcountry A photo posted by Stephen Dyrgas (@stephendyrgas) on Oct 30, 2016 at 10:23am PDT
Today's view… Quick, surprise trip to #Canmore. #BowValley #Winter #RockyMountains A photo posted by Stephen Dyrgas (@stephendyrgas) on Dec 29, 2015 at 10:56am PST
Have you ever been to the top of Mount Lady MacDonald in Canmore? I haven’t but always heard that it’s a straight drop on the other side. Canadian Mark Harrison gives us the view as he films himself walking across the treacherous mountain peak, risking a drop of 8550 feet!
A Band of Brothers – The History of Coal Mining in Canmore, a film by Glen Crawford, looks back at the origins of Canmore, Alberta.
Movin’ out? This herd of elk were captured swimming in the Bow River in Canmore, AB.
A look at Canmore, AB past and present, including Canmore Mines; A short film directed by Beau Evans, with music by Seth Anderson. Canmore Mines closed on July 13, 1979, also known locally as Black Friday.
The McCord Museum of Canadian History, located in Montreal, PQ, conserves and presents over 1,375,000 objects, images and manuscripts, all irreplaceable reflections of the social history and material culture of Montreal, Quebec and Canada. These myriad items – glass negatives, hoop crinolines, pieces of fine china, hand-forged tools, beaded headdresses, historical letters and documents –…
CBC News first ran the following story on April 17, 2006. More than 1,000 rabbits are making life difficult for gardeners in the Alberta town of Canmore, as well as posing a puzzle over who’s responsible for controlling them. Sheer numbers have transformed what used to be pets into pests, says André Gareau, a town…