Canmore Model School

A blueprint of the Canmore Model School, July 1921. © Canmore Museum & Geoscience Centre

The 1922 Canmore Model School was the first building on the north side of the Bow River, known as Townside, to have electric lights. This school was demolished in 1992. © Rob Alexander 2011
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About Rob Alexander

I am a writer, photographer and historian and the author of The History of Canmore, published by Summerthought Publishing of Banff, AB.
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2 Responses to Canmore Model School

  1. Mary-Beth Laviolette says:

    Always disliked the sneaky way the school board demolished this school. It could have made a great home for the museum……………Mary-Beth

    • Hey Mary-Beth. It was a disappointing process and it seemed to happen too quickly. The school would have made an excellent museum, art gallery, community centre… same with the section of the junior high built in the ’80s with the gym, home ec room etc. If anything, we seem to move too quickly to demolish buildings.

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