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READY | Alberta Canada

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Where is Alberta?

Flight times from Los Angeles
Direct flight to Edmonton3 h 25 min
Direct flight to Calgary3 h 10 min
Getting Here


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Overlander Mountain Lodge

Jasper, Alberta
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Nestled at the edge of Jasper National Park, overlooking the majestic Rocky Mountains, sits the Overlander Mountain Lodge. Open year round, this jewel in the Canadian Rockies offers spectacular views, the award-winning Stone Peak Restaurant, and ultra-comfortable lodging. Enjoy warm hospitality and a casual, yet cozy atmosphere in a mountain setting with unique, natural beauty. Accommodation choices include the Lodge Mountain View and Garden View rooms, Miette rooms, Cabin rooms and pet-friendly kitchenettes. We also offer two and three-bedroom vacation rental homes with full kitchens and lots of living space, which are perfect for larger groups or families.

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Pine Valley Resort

Tawatinaw, Alberta

Located just forty-five minutes North of Edmonton tucked away in the Tawatinaw Valley, Pine Valley Resort is your getaway from the city. With a unique venue location and lodging just steps away, our knowledgeable staff can help take care of the details so you can focus on enjoying your retreat, event, or wedding.

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Alpine Village Resort

Jasper, Alberta
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Alpine Village is the ideal Canadian Rocky Mountain accommodation - just what you would expect to find while visiting Jasper National Park. Whether you stay in an upscale deluxe log cabin or a charming heritage log cabin each provide the perfect blend of comfort and seclusion.

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Campus Meets Earls Dinner Package

Experience true home away from home with this dining package. Enjoy a one or two bedroom suite with complimentary high-speed wireless internet, and all the comforts of home. Receive complimentary parking for one vehicle and two $20 gift certificates per night to Earls - conveniently located right next door.

Expires: 2018-12-10
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Johnston Canyon Icewalk ®

Trek through Johnston Canyon to a world of frozen waterfalls and pillars of blue ice. Learn about the formation of the canyon, pick out fossil corals in the rocks, and photograph the incredible pillars of ice as you walk through the canyon bottom and over suspended catwalks.

Expires: 2018-02-16
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Canada By Design Winter Delights - 6 nights

 Visit the majestic winter resorts of Lake Louise, Jasper, and Banff. Try snowshoeing in Marble Canyon, traverse the spectacular Icefields Parkway, and join a wildlife watching Maligne Canyon ice walk tour in Jasper.

Expires: 2018-04-24
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What's Happening in Alberta?

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Concert featuring Over the Moon

Bragg Creek, Alberta
2018-02-10 to 2018-02-10 MST

Over the Moon's music is a wild ride from 40’s-sounding western swing, Appalachian old-time, to cowboy blues. Simple and sweet, all of their material has a common thread that speaks of the Canadian west. This performance in the intimate setting of Redwood House really should not be missed.

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2018 Alberta Pond Hockey Championships

Grimshaw, Alberta
2018-03-09 to 2018-03-11 MST

The 2018 Alberta Pond Hockey Championships will tip its hat to the days when hockey was played the way nature intended it. Lac Cardinal, located between Peace River and Grimshaw, Alberta, provides a picturesque setting for the Alberta Pond Hockey Championships. Besides offering some “good old hockey games” the tournament will also offer a range of events for the whole family to enjoy. Puck drop will be on March 9, 10 & 11. Multiple divisions available.

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Opening Reception: Like ships in the night

Banff, Alberta
2018-01-26 to 2018-01-26 MST

Walter Phillips Gallery is pleased to present Like ships in the night, a solo exhibition by Montreal-based, Algonquin artist Caroline Monnet. The title emerges from the idiom 'ships in the night' that describes how signals in the dark are often the sole way of communicating across large divides—both geographically, culturally and interpersonally. The saying, ‘like ships in the night’ also speaks to transient relationships, missed connections, and attempts to draw lines between conversations and objects that might be obscured from one another. Bringing into play sculpture and video, Monnet creates an abstracted apparatus that aims to demonstrate dichotomies in social, cultural and political identities, resulting in a critique of the colonial, industrial and economic interchange between Canada and Europe. Like ships in the night speaks to the interconnectedness and the diversity of views that shapes our place within the world while shedding light upon the given historical and cultural complexities of the contemporary colonial context.Caroline Monnet is the recipient of the 2017 Walter Phillips Gallery Indigenous Commission Award, created to support the commission of new work.

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