1990: 18 citizens visited Canmore.
1991: Commemorating the exchange, Higashikawa renamed Kitoushi International Skiing Alley Canmore Ski Village.
1992: 15 junior and senior high school students visited Canmore.
1994: Canmore changed the Bow River walking trail's name to Higashikawa Friendship Trail.
The members of Hyodokai ice sculptors visited Canmore and taught them the ways of ice sculpting.
1995: 17 citizens and 17 junior and senior high school students visited Canmore.
1998: Public servants exchange.(19 students and 13 citizens visited Canmore commemorating 10th anniversary of the exchange.)
2000: 12 citizens from Canmore visited Higashikawa and " In The Pink", an a cappella group, held a concert.
2001: 18 junior and senior high school students visited Canmore.
2004: Invited 5 high school students from Canmore and had exchanges with the students of Higashikawa.
2005: 4 people including Mayor Ichiro Matsuoka and Town Council Chairman Kaoru Ishigami visited Canmore.
2006: Higashikawa Culture Gallery held a photography exhibition of Hisashi Okamoto's and Pam Doyle's was held.
2009: Kori Czuy travels to Higashikawa to take part in a 1 year work/living expeirience.
2010: Councillor Jim Ridley makes a side trip for an official visit to Higashikawa during a family vacation in Japan in April.
2010: A delegation of 4 staff from Higashikawa visit Canmore for 2 days in August.