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Topics: Tourism & Parks Organizations: Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture (2006-2008) Formats: PDF

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May 1, 2006

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Provides historical information on the Hilton Barn that used to reside on the Shannon property, which is now part of Fish Creek Provincial Park.


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April 1, 2006

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Notes the rise in the volume of bicycle traffic in Fish Creek Provincial Park, lists park regulations around bicycle use in the park, and outlines other measures cyclists can take to minimise their impact on the park and ensure their own safety while cycling in the park.


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April 1, 2006

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Invasive plants are recognized worldwide as one of the greatest threats to biodiversity, because of their ability to out-compete native plants. Native vegetation is the cornerstone of healthy habitats and their relationship to other native plant species, soil, and animals is complex and delicate....


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March 1, 2006

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The Highwood/Cataract area stretches from the boundary of Peter Lougheed Provincial Park to the southern border of Kananaskis Country and encompasses the upper reaches of the Highwood River watershed. It includes a diversity of landscapes ranging from stark high alpine beauty, to lush spruce and...


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August 1, 2005

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These guidelines are designed to enable organizers of small and medium sized fairs, festivals and events across North America to produce more credible and consistent inputs for estimating their tourism economic impact. A new level of consistency and professionalism will be brought to this...


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August 1, 2005

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These guidelines are designed to enable organizers of small and medium sized fairs, festivals and events across North America to produce more credible and consistent inputs for estimating their tourism economic impact. A new level of consistency and professionalism will be brought to this...


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April 1, 2001

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Obed Lake Provincial Recreation Area (PRA) was expanded by over eight square kilometres (800 hectares) to include the adjacent lakes and uplands. Now 34 square kilometres (3,401 hectares), this new Provincial Park is situated in the Lower Foothills, northeast of Hinton. This Provincial Park...