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 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.
Alberta historian works with the National Film Board in hopes of introducing all of Canada to a black man who had a larger-than-life role in establishing the province
We all have those places – spots we’ve been to frequently but have never really visited. And such is the case of us with the city of Medicine Hat in…
A living legend, known the world over for her sixth sense. A celebrated dinosaur hunter. And a real badass.
Rodeo is more than a sport, it’s a way of life. It’s one of the human sides to a region mostly known by travelers for its topography.
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.
Ever since the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology opened its doors in 1985, the Canadian Badlands have been famous for dramatic landscapes and dinosaur bones. Less well known is that…
Alberta's Badlands are home to striking topography and a spectacular night sky.
It is nearly imperceptible until you are right in it. It felt like we were reentering a whole other prehistoric realm of time.