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High River, AB

High River is a town situated in southwestern Alberta, with a population of 10,716 (2006). Located 37 kilometers south of Calgary, at the junction of Highway 2 and 23.

The community gets its name from the Highwood River, which flows through the town.

The town is best know for being the birthplace of former Canadian Prime Minister Joe Clark. A few other names that may catch your eye, W.O. Mitchell, and Hockey player John McKenzie.

High River was used for the set of Smallville in Superman 3, as well as High River, Montana in Nickelodeons series Caitlyn's Way. Currently, High River has been home to the filming of, Heartland a CBC television program. The movie Carolina Moon was also filmed in High River!

As part of the tourism and Heritage endeavors in High River, a number of murals were painted around town during the 80's, 90's and 2000's. In 2006 and 2010 High River hosted the World Professional Chuckwagon Association Dodge Pro Tour Championships. The museum of the Highwood (on the Canadian Register of Historic Places), which is still undergoing restoration progress due to the fire, smoke and water damage following a fire in the attic in July of 2010.

 A few attractions that may bring YOU to High River; The unique shopping and dining, Recreation center, Artists and artisans, Sheppard Family Park, George Lane Memorial Park, Golf Courses, Camping, Happy Trails, Little Britches Rodeo, Guy Weadick Chuckwagon Races, Threshing Bee, Show n' Shine, Santa Clause Parade & Moonlight Madness!!  

Construction and Expansion

Blog Posts About: Construction and Expansion
Are you thinking of moving this spring?  "Spring" seems to be the most popular time of year for people to put their homes on the market. Everyone always seems to be "waiting for spring"! Whatever the time of year, the most important thing any home seller can ever do is TIDY UP.  In most cases, significant, or even insignificant, renovations aren't really necessary. And by "not necessary", ... Read More...
Posted by Trevor Foraie on 2014-03-19
I wasn't quite awake yet when Mayor Nenshi took the stage at the CREB Forecast Conference on January 15. The grainy pancakes weren't helping either. It turns out, he's a real person, not just an entertaining twitter feed. He has a way of poking you with a few good jokes, softly speaking some facts to perk up your mind, and then hitting you with an espresso shot of cold hard truth. 'The music ... Read More...
Posted by Tim Olynik on 2014-01-24

Community Events

Blog Posts About: Community Events
Do you remember grade school? There was always at least one, sometimes more. As they got older they gravitated to each other and ran in packs. Bullies! They often used physical force, either their own or borrowed from followers, to steal your lunch, to push you around the playground and basically let everyone know who ruled the neighbourhood. As with most immaturities, childhood bullies often grow ... Read More...
Posted by The Leesman Team Advantage on 2014-09-18
I was re-entering the conference hall a few minutes before the end of the afternoon break at the Calgary Real Estate Board's annual Forecast yesterday. A dark skinned dude about my height was rocking a really nice suit a few steps ahead of me: very dark grey with pinstripes, a light patterned shirt, and an agressively patterned tie. I already idolized this Harvey Spector figure. The over zealous ... Read More...
Posted by Tim Olynik on 2014-01-16

Family & Kids

Blog Posts About: Family & Kids
Often when we are in a group of friends and colleagues, the conversation naturally turns to kids. I hear things like, "Let me tell you what my teenager did...". "I can hardly wait until they are out on their own, then they will learn". Or even better, the look at us followed by the words, "your kids are older, you know what I am talking about". This is often followed by a blank stare and nothing ... Read More...
Posted by The Leesman Team Advantage on 2014-09-14
You’ve likely seen this article on the cover of Maclean's magazine this week while waiting in the long line at the one open till at Safeway. Here's a link if you want to read it: The End of Neighbours  These are some Coles Notes quotes: ‘The evolving modern definition of a good neighbour is no longer someone who is part of your life, someone you chat with over the fence, a reliable ... Read More...
Posted by Tim Olynik on 2014-08-19

Market Reports and Conditions

Blog Posts About: Market Reports and Conditions
  I once heard a speaker at a conference declare to the crowd, "You were given two ears and one mouth for a reason. Use them in proportion." Most in the crowd laughed, many nodded, and some even wrote it down. As funny as the statement was, it was very profound. In most relationships whether business or personal, when something starts to break down it is often a failure in communication ... Read More...
Posted by The Leesman Team Advantage on 2014-10-30
  For anyone not familiar with personality profiles or not having an understanding of them, there are four types that seem to be universally accepted. These blend together and are only one facet of what we’re made of. But, they do provide some insight as to how we react and how we view the world around us. There are a myriad of specialists and authors who differ in their label of these ... Read More...
Posted by The Leesman Team Advantage on 2014-10-14

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

My good friend Kent has been talking about buying his first house for a while. His parents Lorne and Sandi Zentner were in town last week checking on the city wing of their family business, Silver Sage Beef. It only took a few nights of Sandi sharing her son’s bed and Lorne on an air mattress in the living room of Kent's tiny apartment for them to tell my wife (on her weekly visit to pick up ... Read More...
Posted by Tim Olynik on 2014-08-29

Schools & Universities

Blog Posts About: Schools & Universities
  Recently, a news report highlighted home affordability and the challenges; “Home affordability to deteriorate with rising mortgage costs: RBC”, especially for new home buyers. It points out the widening gap in entry into home ownership. Following the thread of comments, some encourage renting as "the" option for younger people. (We talked about that here already ... Read More...
Posted by The Leesman Team Advantage on 2014-02-25


Blog Posts About: Shopping
  "I've heard of buyer's remorse, but sellers' regret, what is that?"   Most of us have heard of it, many have experienced it, and some have gotten over it. What is "it"? Buyer's remorse. That natural and perfectly normal emotion of concern when we purchase something large and wonder...   "Did I make the right decision?” “Should I have done more ... Read More...
Posted by The Leesman Team Advantage on 2014-06-12

Sports & Activities

Blog Posts About: Sports & Activities
This blog is so epic that I created a trailer... Century 21 is always finding ways to be current, innovative, and stay one step ahead. Century 21 doesn't just say they are Smarter Bolder Faster - they live it. Since that's the kind a person I am, and REALTOR that I strive to be, it's a perfect match.  Another perfect match is that Century 21 in the USA sponsors the Bobsled and Skeleton ... Read More...
Posted by Tim Olynik on 2014-02-15
'Offense wins games. Defense wins championships.' I first heard that while working at a basketball camp in Alaska in 2001. I've heard it many times since and it always proves true. In yesterday's Super Bowl the historically good Denver offense was completely stifled by the Seahawks thoroughly well prepared and relentless defense. When selling your home, just like in football: offense wins ... Read More...
Posted by Tim Olynik on 2014-02-03
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