It was once one of the most popular roadside attractions in the entire province of Alberta but today it is a mostly forgotten piece of local history. This is an overview of how the small town of Nanton, Alberta capitalized on some fine-tasting water and turned itself into a “must stop” destination on Highway 2.
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