Owner of historic guest book looking for answers

Attention western Canadian history buffs: Have you ever come across a book like this in your travels? Forgotten Alberta reader, Mike Rowell, recently sent the following note, asking for details about an old guest book which he purchased recently at a garage sale in Invermere B.C.: I purchased the book out of curiosity as I […]

2020 Update

Hi all – just a quick update to let you know the Forgotten Alberta project is alive and kicking, but busy social distancing. For those who can’t wait for the next installment, there is much in the works behind the scenes, which I’m hoping to share with you later this spring. In the meantime, for […]

Forgotten Alberta is coming to Brooks

A quick note for any and all who are interested: I will be speaking about topics related to history in the Brooks area on October 5 at the Brooks Public Library. I will also be airing my latest project, Above and Beyond, a short documentary about Bassano’s flying doctor, Alexander G. Scott, for all in […]

The Lund Home

“Here on these prairie plains I stay, Wanting nevermore to stray, The winter days will come once more, And north winds whistle ’round the door. For always in my heart I sing The song of a wondrous prairie spring, And the melody to me so dear, Is only this – My home is here.” – […]