On This Spot’s Official Launch in Lacombe!

We’re thrilled to announce the addition of Lacombe in the On This Spot app!  Thanks to the combined efforts and support of our partners at Lacombe Regional Tourism and the Lacombe Museum, we are soft launching 50 then-and-now photo opportunities spread around downtown.   Nestled in the rolling prairie of central Alberta, Lacombe sits at the midpoint of the main route connecting...

Clive has gotten On This Spot coverage!

We’re proud to announce the launch of the village of Clive in the On This Spot app! Through the support and partnership with the Village of Clive as well as Lacombe Regional Tourism, we have created an intriguing tour laced in local history. Established in the early 1900s, the village was first called Valley City, but was renamed to avoid confusion with a town in Ontario. It became Clive,...

On This Spot has now launched in Bentley!

We’re excited to announce On This Spot’s launch in Bentley; the Jewel of the Blindman Valley!  Working with Marc Fortais and the Town of Bentley, we've reshot a series of historic photos that takes you back in time to see the many historic buildings along the Main Street.     In the shadow of the Sunset Hills, Bentley was founded by Major William McPherson and his...

We’ve launched in Blackfalds!

We’re happy to announce our launch in Blackfalds! This launch was the result of months of planning and partnership with the Blackfalds Historical Society and Lacombe Regional Tourism.  We also want to thank Judy Carleton for the time she's spent helping move this project forward.  This is the start of a large, 6-location project done in partnership with Lacombe Regional Tourism...

A Month of Remembrance

Every November 11th people gather at cenotaphs and memorials across Canada to remember the sacrifice of those who gave their lives in service of the country, but this year will be different.  2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, the most traumatic event in modern history. This is an important commemoration because that war is now passing from living memory. In...