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view listing for Copper Point Golf ClubFeatured ListingCopper Point Golf Club

Designed by talented Alberta architects Gary Browning and Wade Horracks, the 6,807-yard par-70 championship course takes 3-1/2 hous with ten par-3s and eight great par-4s.

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view listing for The SourceFeatured ListingThe Source

Prices you'll love on tablets & computers, Playstation, Xbox & Nintendo, TVs & audio, Samsung & iPhones, cables, batteries, & more, I want that. 550+ Locations in Canada

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view listing for Old Entrance B 'n B Cabins & TrailridesFeatured ListingOld Entrance B 'n B Cabins & Trailrides

Quiet country vacation cabins, teepees and campsites along the Athabasca River near Jasper Park. Guided trail rides and overnight holding corrals for guests horses (bed & bale).

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view listing for RCMP BanffFeatured ListingRCMP Banff

Providing police services to a country as large and diverse as Canada requires an organization that is both dynamic and well structured. The RCMP has changed with the times to deliver leading edge policing to all Canadians.

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view listing for Liquor DepotFeatured ListingLiquor Depot

Largest selection of wine, spirits and beers offered by Liquor Depot in Alberta and BC. ... Open Late

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Alberta & BC Rockies Community Information, Articles & Links

Alberta & BC Rockies Sports & Recreation

Stewart Creek in Canmore

Golfing season is now upon us. Check out this city & area's most complete golf course listings & information for both the Alberta and BC Rockies.


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.