The spirit of the Canadian Badlands is found in our history, in those who were here before us, First Nations people, pioneers – those who lived, worked, played and loved here.
How I Found My Own Spirit in the Canadian Badlands
The people here are a renewable source of energy and really every interaction was giving me life.
Remembering our friend Christopher McLellan
Spirit is such an amazing, powerful force, especially when it is shared. Passed on from one person to another, it can spark curiosity, enthusiasm and joy.
A Handshake in the Canadian Badlands
I was going through all the motions…it had been a whirlwind travel day of moving, moving, moving. We did introductions quickly in the parking lot and shook hands.
A Winter Hike In The Canadian Badlands Of Alberta
A visit to Drumheller, a town in the Red Deer River Valley in the Canadian Badlands of Alberta, offered a few surprises on a recent January weekend.
- Canadian Icons Concert Series Experience live music in Canada’s largest outdoor stage – the Canadian Badlands Passion Play natural amphitheatre in Drumheller, Alberta.
- What’s in a name: Medicine Hat How the City of Medicine Hat got its name
- Medalta in the Historic Clay District The Medalta Potteries National Historic Site – which once produced over 75% of the pottery in Canada – is now an interactive museum dedicated to the preservation of our industrial…
- Paddling The Milk River Enjoy the Canadian Badlands from a unique point of view!