Located on the TransCanada Highway east of Calgary, Strathmore began as a hamlet for the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1883, and was named after CPR benefactor, the Earl of Strathmore, whose granddaughter, Queen Elizabeth, visited the town in 1939. Today, Strathmore boasts and supports a largely agricultural economy, and is home to one of Canada’s largest rodeos, the Strathmore Stampede!
104.5 More Country is Strathmore’s first and only local radio station! Serving Strathmore and surrounding communities in Southern Alberta. Playing today’s country music favorites, 104.5 More Country also delivers local news and community information.
When the people of Strathmore want to be updated in an instant, they get all their hyper-local news and information with an easy click, at StrathmoreNow.com.