Skip to content

Mountain Guide

Bear 71 awarded top Digi prize

Bear 71 awarded top Digi prize

A Bow Valley grizzly bear took her place front and centre on the big screen in Toronto earlier this month as the NFB interactive documentary, Bear 71, created by Jeremy Mendes and Canmore filmmaker Leanne Allison, won a Digi Award.
Trig series wraps up

Trig series wraps up

Banff raconteur Bob Clarke has brought his Trig Carlyle series to a close after seven books and nearly a decade with the release of Alberta 1905, Book 7.
Wild Bill's the place for a redneck party

Wild Bill's the place for a redneck party

Mark Lorenz is bringing his band back to Banff. “Besides being the prettiest place in the world? I love coming to Banff, we always have a good time,” said the Calgary-based musician in an interview with the Outlook.
Bow Valley Chorus Handel's Messiah for two nights only

Bow Valley Chorus Handel's Messiah for two nights only

For the first time in seven years, Bow Valley Chorus will perform one of the world’s greatest pieces of music. Conductor John Goulart, who founded the choir in 2001, is excited by the repertoire of this year’s Christmas concerts.
Churchill & Hayward van rolls into Valley

Churchill & Hayward van rolls into Valley

Kim Churchill isn’t ready to settle down any time soon. The Australian singer-songwriter, who’s played Canmore three times in the last two years, spoke from his van somewhere on the road in Quebec last week.
Underground jam at Tommy's

Underground jam at Tommy's

This is the third in a multi-part series of the various jam and open mic nights held at pubs and bars around the region. Garry Gonis has found a new home for hosting a weekly jam night in the Bow Valley.
Local photographer answers own question

Local photographer answers own question

Why is it we feel the need to constantly pull out a camera, literally and figuratively, at the drop of a hat? When we click the shutter, whether we are aware of it or not, we’re all trying to say something.
Rick Rack featured at Banff library

Rick Rack featured at Banff library

The only thing that’s dark about Jeneen Frei Njootli is her features. With striking black almond-shaped eyes and a bob to match, it’s hard to look at her without staring.
Musicians kick up a storm in the cellar

Musicians kick up a storm in the cellar

This is the second in a multi-part series of the various jam and open mic nights held at various pubs and bars around the region.
Diamonds are Kun's best friend

Diamonds are Kun's best friend

Susan Kun has something to smile about. The Canmore-based jewelry designer has won the highest award for work with a Canadian diamond. “This is the most prestigious jewelry competition in Canada,” said Kun.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks