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What Kills Hair

By Jay Lamb, Hairstylist Hair is the most tortured part of the body. In many ways it's just like arms and spleens and belly buttons,...

Calling All Providence Alumni!

Providence, formerly known as Providence Creche, and the Providence Children’s Centre, is celebrating a proud history in 2018, 75 years supporting young children. “We want...

November Submissions

November image submissions from local photography enthusiast and shutter bugs around Canmore.

Historic Calgary: Bow Valley Ranch House

The Bow Valley Ranch House and property serve as an excellent reminder of the wealth generated by Calgary's leading pioneer ranchers. The villa-like brick house was erected in 1896 by William Roper Hull, one of Calgary's most prominent citizens. It replaced an earlier log structure which has been built in the 1870s by homesteader John Glenn and which was the first permanent farm in the Bow Valley area. In 1902, Patrick Burns purchased the 4,000-acre ranch, by 1937 other family members operated the ranch and did so until the early 1970s. The house and 1,400 acres of the ranch now form part of the Fish Creek Provincial Park.

Passing the Torch

By Rose Anne Hutchence Our senior neighbours, recently honoured in Calgary, are invaluable; worth far more attention than one week’s celebration. We can learn a...

Q and A with Dr. Chahal

by Dr. Prabhdeep Chahal When should I first bring my child to the dentist? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child be seen...

The War on Our Children

My name is Noel Hershfield and I am a specialist in Internal Medicine in Calgary. I am concerned about the current epidemic of drug addiction...

Fostering Friendship with the Hayes Family

The lure of the ski-bum lifestyle and small town mountain living is ultimately what brought both Sara and Corson to the Bow Valley as...

Chester Lake Snowshoeing Trail

A classic snowshoeing trail with spectacular scenery. The trail immediately begins to climb in elevation before leveling out in a valley and ending at...