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Bonner more than weddings

Think you know John Bonner? Think again. The Banff photographer wants you to know he’s more than a portrait and wedding photographer. And he has the shots to prove it. Really he does.

Piano virtuoso to perform in Canmore

A unique opportunity is coming our way this week when young pianist Julian Clef puts his fingers to the keys of the community-owned grand piano housed at St. Michael’s Anglican Church on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

Bugaboos images sought

In the mountains of Western Canada, there is hardly a more photogenic area than the towering granite spires of the Bugaboos that thrust upward into the skies of B.C.’s Purcell Mountains.
Walk to the wildflowers

Walk to the wildflowers

Prolonged winters wreak havoc with would-be wildflowers in the Rocky Mountains, shortening the summer season to a mere interruption between falling and melting snow.

All That Glitters reveals climber's addiction, passion

When Bow Valley climber Karen McNeill disappeared on Alaska’s Mount Foraker in June 2006, the realization that her close friend was dead hit Margo Talbot ‘like a Mack truck.

Spring Creek Muse celebrates Canmore creek

Spring Creek is short as far as creeks go. The spring-fed creek begins just east of Sixth Avenue and flows to the end of Spring Creek Mountain Village (SCMV) where it joins Policeman’s Creek.

Centre to launch new series

From across Canada and across the Atlantic, The Banff Centre will kick off its new The Club Series, this fall. The Club Series was created with the goal of putting indie and emerging artists in front of music lovers in the Bow Valley.
Mudmen to close Highland Games

Mudmen to close Highland Games

What with the skirl of bagpipes everywhere, sheepdogs running around, wee lads and lassies dancing and the grunts of big guys emanating from the heavy sports competition, it’s hard to imagine a more fitting band than Mudmen to wrap up the 21st annual

Banff Centre presents indigenous dance

Javier Dzul has come a long way. Born in the jungles of Mexico, he was taught how to dance by his shaman parents of a Mayan tribe.
Sean Burns helps people forget about all the bull

Sean Burns helps people forget about all the bull

Sean Burns’ latest western tour has already had two casualties. On Friday (Aug. 19), the Ontario-based singer-songwriter’s car window was smashed and his guitar taken. It happened in Edmonton, the day after playing there.