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Wildrose Beaver

The beavers that maintain the ponds in Wild Rose, west of Bragg Creek, are busy eating and storing saplings and branches they have harvested.  This one was enjoying a meal while floating in the water on a crisp morning this weekend.


Spring Peak in Banff National Park

We are back from Alaska and I guess back to reality this week and the daily grind that is ‘work’. I shouldn’t complain too much – the last week has been really nice and I do have a few day trip scheduled to Banff/Jasper in just a few short days. 79 more words

Landscape Photography

Green and Blue

I’m not sure what is growing in this field. The colour is very green for this time of year. If anyone has an idea please leave a comment :)


Friday Night Rankings

August 29, 2014

Last Friday, Edmonton Table Tennis Club (ETTC) had another great night of our weekly ladder system tournament, the largest table tennis competition of its kind in Alberta.  226 more words


Catholic Church Dorothy


At the east end of the Red Deer River valley past Drumheller, Alberta lies the Hamlet of Dorothy, Alberta. It’s not very lively these days, but in the heydays they managed to build two churches. 14 more words


Silverton Falls, Alberta

I’m in Canada and visiting Banff and Yoho National Parks this weekend. It’s Labour Day weekend here in Canada, so it’s a popular weekend to visit the parks. 460 more words


Teaching Students the Mistakes of the Past Before History Repeats Again

“Starting with the youngest members of our society, Alberta commits to residential school survivors…”

While I was browsing through the large stock piles of articles on the internet, I came across an article concerning aboriginal/first nation education in Alberta; they’re making it mandatory to teach students about residential schools. 669 more words