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Emperor of Paris subtle love story of carrying on

For many writers the setting is all-important, a central point in the story or the very reason the story exists.
Highland games featuring more bands

Highland games featuring more bands

Centennial Park goes to the Scots on Sunday (Sept. 2) as the Canmore Highland Games celebrates its 21st annual event.
Prairies meet mountains and skies in new exhibition

Prairies meet mountains and skies in new exhibition

That point of land where the prairies, mountains and sky meet is a remarkable and unique landscape and in his current body of work, Michigan painter and professor emeritus Chris Stoffel Overvoorde continues to explore that edge.
Workshop opportunity to learn from acclaimed wildlife artist

Workshop opportunity to learn from acclaimed wildlife artist

It’s not often that oil painters, especially beginning or intermediate landscape and wildlife artists, have the opportunity to learn from the likes of acclaimed wildlife painter Dwayne Harty.

Name change reflects new gallery for arts guild

The Canmore Artists and Artisans Guild, as it prepares to move into its new home in Elevation Place, has changed its name, dropping “Artisans” to reflect the group’s changing identity.
Wills rides into Wild Bills

Wills rides into Wild Bills

With a new album out and a Canada-wide tour planned for spring, Bobby Wills is saddling up for a couple of gigs close to home at Wild Bill’s.

Film celebrates Scott's gift to mountain community

During the long winter months, the Alpine Club of Canada’s A.O. Wheeler Hut sits buried under the massive snowfalls of Rogers Pass in B.C.’s Glacier National Park.

Casting call this weekend

If you’ve always felt you oughta be in pictures, this weekend may be your shot at the big time. A casting call will be held at Solara Resort (187 Kananaskis Way) in Canmore, Saturday (Aug. 18) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Calgary poetry fest to feature local poet

Canmore poet Dave Eso is bringing his summer tour home this week when death by pedestrian, featuring Eso and Montreal poet Chris Masson, is returned to their home and native land, leaving the U.S. portion of their tour behind.
Modest Livelihood challenges stereotypes, clich	
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Modest Livelihood challenges stereotypes, clich és

Part documentary, part art film and part commentary on hunting, the newest exhibition at The Banff Centre’s Walter Phillips Gallery provides a unique view into modern aboriginal culture.