Category - Places

Known as Châ Ûpchîchîyen Kudebi by the Stoney Nakoda, Canmore is defined by the rugged Canadian Rocky Mountain landscape that surrounds us.  For those have called the Bow Valley home, place is everyday and immediate. In large and small ways, it is significant in how we make meaning of the world and within our lives. In sharing our experiences, we will build deeper connections with one another and with local places and the stories they hold.


Mine Manager’s House

The Mine Manager’s House was constructed in 1907 for Walter F. McNeill of the McNeill Coal Company.  The McNeill Coal Company had extensive coal mining interests in Washington State and in 1891, acquired a lease for the Canadian...