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Aug 29, 2021

Beginning in 1923, it eventually became a right of passage for a US President to visit Canada early in their first term. While these visits were always cordial on the outside, sometimes the two leaders privately couldn't stand each other, and other times they were the best of friends.


Aug 26, 2021

Founded as a small siding along the CPR, Brooks would grow to become an important community in southern Alberta. 

It would see hard times, including a terrible 1906-07 winter that nearly ended all hopes for the hamlet. Over time, the community grew, and today boasts the famous Brooks Aqueduct, and an impressive dinosaur...

Aug 23, 2021

This small community in central Alberta boasts a history that stretches back millions of years thanks to a fossil bed nearby. Later in its history, three Frenchmen would start up a ranch that would begin the community and today it is home to several attractions, including the world's largest golf tee. 


Aug 18, 2021

Oyen is a small community on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border with a unique history. Home to a beautiful centennial clock, it got its start during the time of the railroad and thanks to a man who walked from Spokane to the area in 1909.

Home to a Canadian gold medalist, it has seen terrible storms, 106-year-old men and...

Aug 16, 2021

A community with a history that goes back over 200 years, it was where Timothy Eaton got his first real taste of success and the community itself has several stone buildings that still stand from its earliest years, earning it the name of The Stonetown.