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Exclusive beer ‘Sweet Alberta’ coming to Banff as part of rock show

Exclusive beer ‘Sweet Alberta’ coming to Banff as part of rock show

"To me, it doesn’t get any sweeter than being in Banff and playing a rock-n-roll show."
Exhibit offers look at history of canoeing in Canada

Exhibit offers look at history of canoeing in Canada

“The collection now is close to 90 works. It’s probably one of the great collections in Canadian art. It’s not just canoes, but historical and contemporary art. It probably represents about 50 artists. The collection is really specialized. They have fantastic work by Canadian artists.”
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
Canmore artist ventures down new artistic path

Canmore artist ventures down new artistic path

“I have yet to meet people who say they have seen something like that. It is successful from that point of view. The other types of comments are from other artists who talk to me about it is they haven’t seen it before either.”
Bow Valley Chorus director honours late wife with symphony

Bow Valley Chorus director honours late wife with symphony

“The new association with Karen made it inevitable that it was going to be called the firebird. Karen is the firebird, and the Firebird Symphony and Chorus is now a thing and I am extremely proud.”
Dancers ready to dazzle Canmore

Dancers ready to dazzle Canmore

“After this long, I think the community is really excited to see us back. We’re excited to be back.”
artsPlace water exhibit blends science and art to create change

artsPlace water exhibit blends science and art to create change

“I hope people feel something when they see the artwork. I think it is one thing to read a scientific document that tells you about climate change and it is another thing to really feel what climate change is in your gut when you look at a painting. When people feel things, then that creates change in their life.”
New book documents Kootenay wolf pack

New book documents Kootenay wolf pack

“I really hope people take away an additional love for wolves and apex predators like wolves that there are so many interesting stories to tell out there about wolves that we don’t even know about. This is just one pack of maybe hundreds in B.C. and Alberta and one of 1000’s in Canada. It’s a story I was fortunate enough to tell for five-and-a-half years and I hope people really enjoy it and foster their love and desire to care for wolves.
Bogner recognized with country's top photography prize

Bogner recognized with country's top photography prize

“I’m in really good company of people who have won it in Canada and I’m really proud of that.”
Trundled album release a two-year party in the making

Trundled album release a two-year party in the making

This Saturday (May 28), indie folk band Trundled is having a party and live show for its debut album High Water.