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USNA embraces the idea of Canada/U.S. conflict

USNA embraces the idea of Canada/U.S. conflict

Canada and the U.S. have often had a testy relationship, with the U.S. pushing the boundaries of that relationship on more than one occasion.
Blues Caravan rolls into Legion

Blues Caravan rolls into Legion

The ninth annual Blues Caravan is rumbling across Canada. A product of German record label Ruf Records, the Blues Caravan takes three international blues artists and tours them together around the world.
CCHS drama students invoke caped crusader

CCHS drama students invoke caped crusader

When drama students at Canmore Collegiate High School were given free rein to create their own play this semester, they went with a pop culture theme. The class of nine students, ranging from Grades 10 to 12, is taught by Jodi Anderson.
Smokekiller to rock out at Elk

Smokekiller to rock out at Elk

A regular favourite of the Bow Valley, Smokekiller – moniker of John Antoniuk – returns Sunday (May 26) for a show at the Elk & Oarsman in Banff. Antoniuk spoke with the Outlook while on the road somewhere between Thunder Bay, Ont. and Winnipeg.
Montreal classical pop rolls into Wild Flour

Montreal classical pop rolls into Wild Flour

If you’ve been waiting for just the right combination of classical music and pop to come along, you’re in luck. Plumes, a Montreal five-piece, plays Wild Flour Bakery in Banff, May 31 at 7:30 p.m.
Banff Centre announces summer lineup

Banff Centre announces summer lineup

On Thursday (May 16), The Banff Centre finally unveiled the lineup for its Summer Arts Festival, which spans June, July and August.
Byron Harmon photos now more accessible

Byron Harmon photos now more accessible

The photographs of Banff’s most famous photographer, Byron Harmon, are now online and easily accessible.
Float like a butterfly, sting like a dancer

Float like a butterfly, sting like a dancer

A month-long closure for renovations made Wild Bill’s Legendary Saloon a quiet place.
Chilean climb highlighted

Chilean climb highlighted

At the time, Sandy Walker’s trip to climb Monte San Lorenzo in Chile was the most remote place she’d ever travelled to.
Wine and food fest rolls into Banff Springs

Wine and food fest rolls into Banff Springs

Attending the annual Banff Mountain Wine & Food Festival is like being a kid in a candy store, according to festival representative Liz Horner, only it’s for adults.
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