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Wild Ride a solid testament to the Great March West

Wild Ride a solid testament to the Great March West

Imagine marching across Canada with hundreds of poorly trained and equipped men while facing prairie blizzards, thunderstorms and droughts.

Banff painter seeing the trees in the forest

Banff painter Lynne Huras is having a hard time seeing the land for the trees.
Poet presents framed exhibit

Poet presents framed exhibit

Bow Valley poet Terri Meyer has soft blue eyes, a quiet voice and an insatiable need for paper – lots of paper. Whether scrap, full-sized or found in a journal, the sheets beckon. She can’t help herself.

Exposure photography festival seeks local images

The Bow Valley’s annual photography festival begins in less than a month and as part of the 2011 offering, organizers are looking for your photographs. Exposure: Calgary Banff Canmore Photography Festival, which runs from Feb.

Philip returns to Bow Valley with new album

A man of his environment and for the environment, Shane Philip leads what many would call an idyllic existence on Canada’s left coast.

The Matinee shows this week

Last week’s snowfall, brief blizzard conditions and typical rolling of SUVs in ditches is something The Matinee wants to avoid when they hit the valley this week. Just a short while ago, the Vancouver roots rockers toured B.C.

Prairie rockers to visit Banff

They’re prairie boys on a simple mission – they want to rock.

Book shares beauty of Canada's national parks

Parks Canada has launched a commemorative hardcover book as part of the 125th celebration of Canada’s national park system.