Campbell Scientific Canada opened their doors to community members as a part of the 2016 Mountain Festival in collaboration with the University of Alberta. As soon as we entered the Campbell facility, the sense of pride and community was immediately evident. Technical Sales Consultants walked the group through the history of weather measurements in Campbell’s unique facility museum featuring preserved antique weather sensors.
This Wild Spirit: Redux, featuring work by and about women in the Rocky Mountains of Canada, was held at the FAB Gallery from December 6-December 22, 2016 and January 3-7, 2017.
The Bow Valley celebrated International Mountain Day in true grassroots style. Through the combined efforts of Crowfoot Media, the Canadian Mountain Network, artsPlace, and the Banff Mountain Film Festival, Life @ Altitude brought together locals of all ages to enjoy an evening of talks, presentations, and films, all centred around a common passion: mountains.
To celebrate International Mountain Day, as part of the University of Alberta 2016 Mountain Festival, the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife hosted a presentation by Tom Andrews (Territorial Archaeologist, Government of the Northwest Territories) and Jurjen van der Sluijs (Department of Lands, Government of the Northwest Territories ) speaking about