Fort McMurray's only boutique hotel, Chez Dube, is anything but generic. Located in the heart of the city, nestled alongside the beautiful Borealis Park and near the riverbank, this hotel offers luxury in the cleanest, quietest, and most enveloping atmosphere. Indulge in made-to order hot breakfast served weekdays by the Inn's personal chef. Regular rooms and executive rooms available.
Situated in the high alpine meadows of Banff National Park, Brewster's Shadow Lake Lodge is a remote backcountry getaway with cabins that are only accessible by hiking or cross-country skiing.
Discover a mountain get-away where the trappings of civilization fall away. Our cabins are nestled deep in the rockies by Grande Cache by Willmore Wilderness Park, accessable, but off the beaten track. Perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in
View the most popular sights in Banff on this package. Explore the Bow River with a 1 Hour Canoe Rental, take the chairlift at Mount Norquay and a gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain.
Travel back in time with a visit to Heritage Park. Package includes one night stay, tickets for a family of four to Heritage Park (two adults, two children), and self parking for one vehicle in underground secured parking.
Imagine riding through postcard-perfect alpine scenery, where the only folks around you are the guides and your fellow riders. In 6 unforgettable days, you’ll venture past grassy ridges, charming meadows and tranquil rivers. Backcountry without roughing it. Save 10% on 2017 vacations - use coupon 2017PACK
During the month of September (ARTember), Airdrie will be transformed into an “arts central”, hosting a citywide festival of the arts in celebration of the Arts and Culture scene within Airdrie. We will be hosting two Rock the Rails concerts, tickets can be purchased on our website. Our last weekend, October 1st – 2nd is “Culture at the Creek”, featuring live performances, family activities, artisan markets, kids crafts, food trucks and much more. All free of charge. Mark your calendars for this year's event, on September 29th until October 2nd.
Celebrations are interrupted when the Birlings, a prosperous middle class family, is unexpectedly visited by Police Inspector Goole. Goole questions the Birlings about the suicide of a young working class woman. A classic drawing room theatre play that explores the socialist perspective of the good of many over the importance of self-reliance through the consequences of one's actions arguing that all people are intertwined.
The Iron Horse Ultra 100 is located in the Beautiful Lakeland of Northern Alberta. With a high success rate it also challenges runners in ways that others do not with 100 miles continuous trail. Come try our 100 km or 100 mile race as a team or dare to run solo.