Perched directly above Lake Bonavista with large glass windows overlooking the lake, The Lake House is home to one of Calgary’s finest and most creative restaurants as well as a unique setting for weddings and corporate events.
The Prow, at Buffalo Mountain Lodge features chic design and a menu centered around mountain-themed tapas, game meats, excellent shareables, and pastas made proudly in house. A culture of creative cocktails and local brews is boasted at this new locale.
The Dining Room and Lounge offers an artful assemblage of Canadian ingredients such as bison and elk raised on CRM Ranch, sustainable seafood, prairie-grown grains and locally sourced vegetables. Sample Rocky Mountain Cuisine in one of the most noted dining rooms in the Canadian Rockies.
Our dining room and lounge feature CRMR’s famed Rocky Mountain Cuisine – the roots of which go back to the hearty meals prepared by European mountain guides and the lavish Victorian cooking from early CPR rail cars. Dine at beautiful Emerald Lake surrounded by the Rocky Mountains.
Urban Butcher offers the finest quality cuts of ethically and naturally raised local meats, including Alberta Beef, pasture raised pork, free range, free run, organic poultry products, various deli products fresh from our own smokehouse, pre-marinated items that are ready to cook and inspire.
QEVA (Quality Elk Velvet Antler) offers sustainably harvested and 100% natural premium elk velvet antler products that help animals, and their humans, run wild and roam freely. Made exclusively from animals raised on 2,500 acres of open pasture on the CRM Ranch and without hormones or animal by-products.
Work under the direction of the Maintenance Manager to ensure that all work carried out is of the highest quality to ensure our guest satisfaction, while maintaining a positive attitude towards safety.
Duties & Responsibilities
Must have full valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
To keep all sidewalks, roads, and stair areas free of ice and snow.
Removing snow from patio, and cleaning snow from room balconies.
Knocking icicles from the roof and windows
To assist with snow removal by hand with a shovel, driving snow removal equipment and removal of snow from roofs
To assist with clearing snow off cards
Check equipment daily
To be flexible with working a variety of shifts depending on snow fall
Removing snow from cabin roofs and flat roofs
To be working on grounds with assisting with general maintenance in staff accommodation
To pick up litter around lodge property
To take recycling and garbage to appropriate locations
Handling wood, piling, stacking, delivering
To perform snow removal by hand with a shovel, and heavy equipment
To perform other duties that may be assigned
Grade 12 Diploma is preferred
Must have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
Basic carpentry, drywall repair and painting experience is required
Skills in electrical, plumbing or tiling is desirable
Must be able to perform basic maintenance and be able to troubleshoot problems
Must work safely, and uphold a high standard for safety for self and others
Must be able to learn how to operate firefighting equipment (extinguisher, hose, etc.)
Must be able to learn how to safely work with chemicals (hot tub chlorine, etc.)
Must be able to learn how to safely use power tools, equipment and machinery
Must be able to perform outside work in all weather conditions
Must be willing to work all shifts (AM, PM, and overnight shifts)
Must be able to work independently
Must be physically able to climb a ladder when required
Physical demands include standing, bending, lifting (up to 80 pounds) and other positions
In the spirit of respect, truth and reconciliation the Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts would like to acknowledge that we live, work and play on traditional territories Stoney Nakoda, Blackfoot, Tsuut’ina Nations as well as the Ktunaxa, Secwepemc, Mountain Cree, Metis Region 3, Metis Nation BC located within Yoho and Banff National Parks (Banff, Lake Louise and Field British Columbia).
We believe it is important to understand this land and to foster relationships and reconciliation with celebrating the place we value and respect today.
We are learning and look forward to developing more to our Land Acknowledgment message to add to our lodges and information.