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  • Name of Tartan:
    Canmore Highland Games Dress (Corp)
  • ITI Number: 10009
  • Category: Canadian Corporate
  • Designer / Source: Garen, Dorothy
  • Date: May 2000
  • Slog: YGK:WBK
  • Colour Sequence: YGKGBKBKWKBW
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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Canmore Highland Games Dress (Corp)
  • Notes: This tartan represents Canmore's Scottish roots, namely King Malcolm Ceann Mor and the Scots who worked the Canadian Pacific Railway and settled in this area. Each colour represents an aspect of life in Canmore: green is for the evergreen forests, blue and yellow are for the sunny Alberta skies, black represents the coal mines, white for the winter's snow-capped peaks, and fuschia represents the mountain heathers and wildflowers. The colours were chosen to be both regional and historical. The Canmore Highland Games tartan has been adopted as the Town's official Scottish colours. The Canmore Highland Games began in 1991, and is held annually on the Sunday of the Labour Day weekend. Tartan available through the Three Sisters Scottish Festival Society who organise the Canmore Highland Games.
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