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New insight into the origin of the Canadian Rockies

A new study provides insight into the origin of the Canadian Rockies, suggesting that the mountains formed from a westward collision event more than 100 million years ago

Fossils found in Kootenay Natl. Park shed light on early origins

Paleontologists digging in British Columbia's Kootenay National Park in 2012 came across a most amazing "motherlode" of fossil specimens. The 44 fossils are of an ancient fish named Metaspriggina that swam in an ancient sea 500 million years ago.

Canada's Banff hotel 'Ghost Bride' featured on new coin, stamp

The Royal Canadian Mint and Canada Post have collaborated this year in celebrating some of the country's most mysterious and infamous tales of ghosts and hauntings, starting with the famed "Ghost Bride" of the Banff Springs Hotel.

New fossil site could turn out to be the world's most important

A new fossil site discovered in Kootenay National Park is part of an epic expedition that led to a collection of thousands of animals, representing more than 50 species.
 

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Spray Lakes is a very peaceful place located above Canmore  Alberta  Canada. The Spray Valley Provin...
Spray Lakes is a very peaceful place located above Canmore, Alberta, Canada. The Spray Valley Provincial Park has many hiking trails worth checking out and camping is available as well.
Spray Lakes above Canmore  Alberta Canada
Spray Lakes above Canmore, Alberta Canada
Waterton Lakes National Park is one of Alberta’s treasures. This Park is also protected and visito...
Waterton Lakes National Park is one of Alberta’s treasures. This Park is also protected and visitors from all over the world visit each year to explore some of the spectacular scenery.
Spray Lakes above Canmore
Spray Lakes above Canmore
Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park also known as the Áísínai’pi National Historic Site of Canada ...
Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park also known as the Áísínai’pi National Historic Site of Canada, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This is a spiritual place to the Blackfoot tribe and other tribes. The carvings and paintings known to be 3,000 - 5,000 years old, are protected.
The Alberta Provincial Highway 40 is primarily in Kananaskis Country so if you travel this route  yo...
The Alberta Provincial Highway 40 is primarily in Kananaskis Country so if you travel this route, you’ll see some of the most spectacular views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
At Kananaskis Village in autumn  this is the view from the outlook of the spectacular mountains in K...
At Kananaskis Village in autumn, this is the view from the outlook of the spectacular mountains in Kananaskis Country.
This is a photo of the Columbia Icefield in the summer when tours are operating. The Athabasca Glaci...
This is a photo of the Columbia Icefield in the summer when tours are operating. The Athabasca Glacier has receded immensely and they have markers that show you how far it has receded if you go on the tour.
Visitors often rave about the color of Moraine Lake. It is fed by glaciers that gives it a beautiful...
Visitors often rave about the color of Moraine Lake. It is fed by glaciers that gives it a beautiful aqua hue. It is one of the highest elevations in Alberta.

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