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June 24, 2008

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Here's a clip of my recent remarks at the World Television Festival in Banff. Here are some photos.

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Michael Wells

I remember driving into Banff a decade or so ago. The highway signs were in French and English. But when we got into town the store signs were in Japanese and English for the tourist trade. The official languages and the market version. Is it still the same?

Matt

French signs are pretty rare in Alberta, but Banff is a national park. Canadian federal government signs are always in English and French regardless of the local market. I can't remember ever seeing one with a third language.

When I passed through Banff a few years ago, I was amazed by the number of Australians there. (It was the accents that tipped me off; obviously nothing to do with signage.)

rose786

Nice photo! We are very happy to see you again in this location. Banff is a city that we cannot forget in my life. Banff national park. That I see all the places in Banff, I really impress on its passion. So thanks for your remember moments.
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