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  1. Calendar Overlay Banff's Special Events (4)

Banff's Special Events

  1. Taking the Pulse of the Yellowstone to Yukon

    April 23, 7:30 PM @ 101 Bear Street

    Join the Bow Valley Naturalists for their final program for the 2019 winter series. Dr. Aerin Jacob, conservation scientist with the Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative, will share “Taking The Scientific Pulse of the Yellowstone to Yukon”.

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  2. Fireside Chat with Chic Scott

    April 24, 7:00 PM @ Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

    The tables are turned! Normally, interviewer Chic Scott leads the Fireside Chats. Tonight, Zac Robinson interviews Chic, about his life as a celebrated mountaineer, adventurer, skier and author of mountain literature. Zac is friend, fellow historian and Mountaineer.

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  3. Pathways to Truth and Reconciliation | Ghost Days

    April 25, 7:00 PM @ Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

    Join the Banff-Canmore Community Foundation, in partnership with Banff Centre, for Pathways to Truth and Reconciliation, Ghost Days on April 25. Evoking our colonial and non-colonial histories that exist in the light of night as in the darkness of the day, Ghost Days awakens a collaboration with artists, audience, and spirit. This session will be led by Terrance Houle.

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  4. Tourism’s Role in the Conservation of Earth’s Most Valued Assets

    April 25, 7:00 PM @ The Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity Max Bell Auditorium

    Hear author Megan Epler Wood speak about Sustainable Tourism on a Finite Planet. According to the UNWTO, tourism accounted for 10% of the global economy in 2016 and is projected to continue increasing 4% or more annually until 2030. Can the increase in out-bound travel be reconciled with the pressures placed on developing countries to enhance their tourism offerings? How will this global growth impact mature tourism destinations, particularly those in protected areas? Epler Wood lays out an integrated vision for sustainable tourism that calls on public and private sector decision-makers to assess the current and future value of natural, social and cultural capital to guide investments in destinations and protect vital resources.

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