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July 13, 2021 | Geoff Geddes

Locals hope ambitious new development will mark beginning of Bragg Creek resurgence

A recently approved mixed-use development is set to expand the pool of rental and ownership housing in Bragg Creek.

Gateway Village will be built in the heart of the hamlet on a 12.6-acre parcel of land adjacent to the Elbow River, with the Rocky Mountains serving as a scenic backdrop.

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May 15, 2019 | Mario Toneguzzi

Calgarians are saving money and finding hidden gems by vacationing close to home

I've lived in this fine city now for close to four decades, but what I've discovered is despite all that time, I still haven't experienced everything Calgary has to offer.

To change that, my goal in recent years has been to take in some of the top attractions in the city and surrounding areas that are popular among tourists who visit Calgary.

From left, Calgary Film Centre general manager Erin O'Connor and Paul Bronfman, CEO of William F. White International, which is the country‚Äôs largest TV and film industry equipment provider and the centre's main tenant. Photo by Wil Andruschak/for CREB®Now

May 26, 2016 | Barb Livingstone

Driving diversity

Film centre represents just one example of efforts to transform local economy, say officials

Film production may be the world's glamour industry, but in Calgary it is shooting to become a new driver of Alberta's diversified economy.

Last week, the $28.2-million Calgary Film Centre opened in a Calgary southeast industrial park, about 20 minutes from downtown. The new facility includes three new sound stages spread across a total of 50,000 square feet and three multi-purpose workshop spaces offering an additional 15,000 square feet.

Calgary Economic Development president and CEO Mary Moran said the film and television industry is just one sector being focused on in attempt to diversify the local economy. CED predicts it could provide an annual $500-million injection into the economy in as little as five years, compared to its $175-million share today.

Situated between two natural-flowing creeks, the Malcolm Hotel and Conference Centre in Canmore will feature 124 rooms and 6,500 square feet of meeting and banquet space. Illustration courtesy dHZ Media.

May 13, 2016 | Cody Stuart

Canmore hotel and conference centre gets green light

First traditional hotel in town in 20 years 

The Town of Canmore has approved plans for a 124-room hotel and conference centre at Spring Creek.

Following a year of record-breaking tourism, the Malcolm Hotel will help address accommodation for the increasing number of visitors to the town.

Located in the heart of Canmore, it will be the first traditional hotel built in the town in 20 years.

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