With the award-winning Bike All Winter program from Community Cruisers, it won’t break the bank to get your bike ready for winter.
If you’ve decided to purchase an investment property, you might be wondering how to furnish your vacation rental for stye and function.
Summer is in full swing and that means it’s time to make the most of mountain living with some key summer essentials.
The tourists are back! Here are some tried and true ways to get around the mountains during the busy summer months.
Moving to the Bow Valley means embracing the mountain lifestyle. It’s important to consider who is on the trails with proper trail etiquette.
We talked with Community Cruiser’s Chair Jen Tweddell and volunteer mechanic Jeremy White about how to get your bike ready for the spring!
From working on Toronto’s Bay Street to becoming a tourism leader in Banff, Julie Canning is an advocate for living the mountain life.
House for Whale Watchers is one of a select few homes in Canmore designed by the prestigious architect Jeremy Sturgess.
Alberta is an excellent place for solar power. Canmore and Banff have great solar rebates if you’re looking at this upgrade for your home.
As we approach the holiday season, there is a lot going on in our little mountain communities.
Here are some amazing trails to explore in your back yard that will take you on many adventures.
The Banff Theatre Collective began 5 years ago when 5 newfound friends decided to share their passion for theatre in Banff.
The Pine Tree Players began in 1978, when a group of Canmoreites recognized the need for performing arts in the little mountain town.
Born in small town Northern Ontario, Olympian and multi-talented Kelly VanderBeek shares the best parts of mountain life in the Bow Valley.
CAMBA is a non-profit society that advocates for a vibrant and exciting trail system for users of all ages and abilities.
It’s summer, and it’s one of the best times to live in the Bow Valley. The natural playground is your backyard, and there are countless ways to explore what it has to offer!
Somebody once said there are more dogs than people in the Bow Valley. So where can you bring your pooch around town?
Surrounding Canmore is the Municipal District of Bighorn. These relaxed communities have less tourism and larger lots, making them the perfect mountain getaway!
Living in Banff National Park is a unique privilege. The town’s size restrictions mean residents enjoy a special closeness to nature and connection to the surrounding wilderness of the National Park.
To paraphrase Neil Gaiman, ‘Google can bring you a million answers; a Librarian can bring you the right one.’ - Sarah McCormack, Library Director
We're celebrating one year of market trends and mortgage tips, one year of the best in mountain living, and one year of the finest properties for sale in the mountains!
Living in Banff National Park is a unique privilege. The closeness to nature and connection to the community are just some of the highlights of living in this mountain town.
Interview with Nick de Ruyter, WildSmart Program Director about the WildSmart Program and community support for wildlife conservation, which is essential for long-term coexistence.
One of the youngest neighbourhoods in Canmore's South Side is still expanding. Three Sisters Mountain Village has some of the town’s latest homes, with new builds going up daily.
Living in the mountains means connecting with the nearby wild spaces. So how do you make sure your home has minimal impact on the surrounding natural world?
The south side of the valley has some of the newest neighbourhoods in Canmore, as well as some of its most sought-after homes. The south side is mountain living at its finest.
The Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park is a world-class facility famous for hosting the Nordic events for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games. It is also home to Canada’s National Cross-Country and Biath
What started as developer Frank Kernick’s vision to develop a classic, authentic neighbourhood, filled with true local spirit and camaraderie, has developed into Spring Creek, "The Heart of Canmore".
The Canmore Public Library was established in 1971 and is looking forward to celebrating its 50th anniversary next year. Discover Books and Beyond in this Community Space.
Canmore’s River Valley remains the original source of this mountain town, and its neighbourhoods hold the keys to the town’s heritage and growth.
Located in the heart of downtown Canmore, artsPlace opened its doors in 2015 as a community hub for arts and creativity in the Bow Valley.
Stunning mountain views meet a secluded neighbourhood and a golfer’s paradise at Silvertip Resort. Learn about this oasis in this issue of In the Neighbourhood.