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Welcome to Rockies. FoundLocally.com covering Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper south along the BC and Alberta Rockies to the Crowsnest Pass and Cranbrook.

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view listing for SafewayFeatured ListingSafeway

Our customers can choose from more than 2,500 products including Safeway, Lucerne and Mrs. Wright's. An additional 900 premium products are marketed under the award-winning Safeway SELECT label.

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view listing for Quality Resort Chateau CanmoreFeatured ListingQuality Resort Chateau Canmore

All suite resort that includes rustic charm with sophistication. Most rooms with fireplace, ridges microwaves & sitting rooms; otheres are 1 or 2 bedrooms, fireplace, full kitchen , living room., dining room, ensuite washer & dryer.

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view listing for Kimberley Golf ClubFeatured ListingKimberley Golf Club

This course is established in 1924, the first course in the Rockies. The course winds through ponderosa pines, high above the St Mary River. Open April to October

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view listing for School District No. 20 Kootenay ColumbiaFeatured ListingSchool District No. 20 Kootenay Columbia

Over 4200 school age students attend 17 schools; including eight elementary, three secondary schools, and three alternate schools. Over 650 employees work for School District No. 20.

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view listing for Curves for WomenFeatured ListingCurves for Women

At Curves, we'll teach you how to achieve permanent weight loss results without permanent dieting. We'll help you revitalize your damaged metabolism. You'll increase your lean muscle mass, tone your body, and finally become healthy.

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Alberta & BC Rockies Community Information, Articles & Links

Alberta & BC Rockies Sports & Recreation

Hiking gets you outdoors!

Fall is a good time for hiking, biking or rock climbing to enjoy the changing seasons, and to help get in shape for your winter recreation (like skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, or hockey).

Our Sports section has lots of good information about many sports. Watch for upcoming info about all your favourite winter sports!


Alberta & BC Rockies Travel Tourism

Banff's Tunnel Mountain Hoodoos along Bow River View

While Banff may be the "heart" of the Rockies, there is lots going on in other communities. We cover the area from Jasper in the north down to the Crowsnest Pass, and from Bragg Creek & Kananaskis Country west into BC to Golden and Revelstoke, and further south to Radium and Windermere all the way to Cranbrook & Kimberly.


Alberta & BC Rockies Business

Bakery on the Platzl in Kimberly, BC

Tourism is the largest industry in this region, brinin gvisitors from around the world. The second largest industry is resource extraction, largely forestry and mining, made possible by the proximity to trans-Canada rail lines that connect to Canada's industrial base and shipping points on the Pacific Ocean.



Businesses and self-employed individuals are welcome to add themselves to our FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and job opportunities. FoundLocally has lots of tips and information for businesses, and their staff and managers.


Alberta & BC Rockies Shopping

Banff Avenue view of shops

Shopping in the mountain parks has three main epi-centres: Banff & Canmore east of the Rockies, Golden & Revelstoke to the west, and Cranbrook in the south of BC


General Photo Credit: Banff, Canmore, Bragg Creek, Yoho National Park, Golden, Columbia River, Glacier National Park, Revelstoke, Jasper, Invermere, Kimberley, Cranbrook, and Crowsnest Pass photos by Mark Ruthenberg, Lake Louise photos by Robert Travis, with others as credited.