Alberta’s small-town museums tend to be depositories of odd collections, and the Barrhead Centennial Museum is no exception.
Where’s the centre of Alberta? If you ask an oil-and-gas man, it’s Calgary. A politician might say Edmonton.
In Edible Alberta Alphabet, Calgary writer Dee Hobsbawn-Smith chronicles the products and producers that make up Alberta’s agriculture and agri-food industries
One of rural Alberta’s best chophouses is the Bruce Hotel in the town of Bruce, 125 kilometres southeast of Edmonton
Who says you have to go somewhere else to enjoy a summer holiday? Here are three terrific things to do in your own back yard.
Many a traveller stops to gawk at these 18 painted threshing machines, lined up in a field 20 kilometres south of Smoky Lake.
Those interested in all things dinosaur have long been drawn to southern Alberta’s Badlands. But now there’s a new destination for dino-philes: Jurassic Forest in Gibbons.
Would-be crusaders can play out their fantasies this May to October at Alternative Adventures Zip Line, just off the Yellowhead near Hinton, outside Jasper National Park’s east gates
Gone is the oversized Union Jack. Gone are the 25-cent matinees and 18-piece orchestra.
On the stretch of Nanton’s main street that’s dotted with curiosity shops, you could easily drive right by the nondescript Keeley Building. But it’s worth a second look
Oregon’s dramatic coastline is packed with wildlife
Even in the midst of debate, bike lanes are pushing ahead. Here’s how to navigate Alberta’s new cycling infrastructure, whichever side of the road you’re on
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