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Rocky Mountain Outlook editorial cartoonist reflects on illustrating 2020

Rocky Mountain Outlook editorial cartoonist reflects on illustrating 2020

Local cartoonist Patrick LaMontagne published a video essay on YouTube, discussing the topics of COVID, empathy, kindness, and the struggles we have all faced in 2020.
Tidlund's autobiography a tale of unconditional love

Tidlund's autobiography a tale of unconditional love

"I wrote it to inspire people about change that is positive and you can make the best of it and life supports you." 
Avens community art project honours history, people and places

Avens community art project honours history, people and places

“It honours the history, people and places of this area.”
New release for Canmore-based vocalist brings back fond memories

New release for Canmore-based vocalist brings back fond memories

Canmore-based vocalist Nurdjana released the single "Thinking of You" on Dec. 11 as a tribute to her late father, who originally wrote the song
Cultural Learning Circle workshops celebrate diversity, arts and culture

Cultural Learning Circle workshops celebrate diversity, arts and culture

Canmore's artsPlace plans to host 11 Cultural Learning Circle workshops in 2021.
Art exhibit offers a window into creators' world

Art exhibit offers a window into creators' world

“The exhibition offered an opportunity to see people up close, during a time when closeness and connection hasn’t been possible."
Festive season in Banff has a new look this year

Festive season in Banff has a new look this year

BANFF – The town of Banff is known for its community Christmas cheer. A slate of events is scheduled every year to help bring people together in celebration of the holiday season.
Province appoints Stoney Nakoda First Nation member Cherith Mark to Banff Centre board of governors

Province appoints Stoney Nakoda First Nation member Cherith Mark to Banff Centre board of governors

"I am excited to lend my experience as an artist coming to Banff Centre, and as a member of the local community to this role on the board of governors.”
Canmore author gives tips to grow your pocket green in newest books

Canmore author gives tips to grow your pocket green in newest books

Whether you're a young adult looking get started or an adult trying to get back on track, these new personal finance books by local author Nancy O'Hare offer an introductory overview of managing funds.
The Wardens third album set for January release

The Wardens third album set for January release

Like many bands, the Wardens don’t fall easily into a genre. They have been described as a folk-roots trio, but singer-songwriters with western music stylings and a little Americana mixed in, is not far off base either.