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EKG - A Classic Ride

HISTORY EKG is the trail that marked a change in attitude toward mountain biking in the Canmore area and completely reinvented the Canmore Nordic Centre.

Broken Circle shares dark legacy of residential schools

National Aboriginal Day has come and gone, but given the dark legacy of residential schools in Canada, aboriginal people and Canadians are fortunate we still have something to celebrate.

Diverse as this Land takes on new worlds

Now in its fourth year, Diverse as this Land – an ongoing performance series at The Banff Centre focused on First Nations land issues – has shifted to the south seas.

Miss Quincy brings Canadiana to Canmore

B.C.-based musician Miss Quincy will stop in Canmore as she tours the west. Playing at the Glue Factory (Whyte Horse Café) June 29, this will be her first performance in Canmore. “I’m excited to play at the Glue Factory,” said Quincy.

Blue King Brown back in town

Australian urban roots band Blue King Brown emphatically returns to the region this month, with performances at the Drake Inn on June 26 and Wild Bill’s on June 27.

Clarke releases new book in Carlyle series

When sitting down with Banff storyteller Bob Clarke, author of the Trig Carlyle series, it is difficult, if not impossible, to stay on topic.

Great Big Sea steams into Banff

Martimes meets mountains when Great Big Sea headline Banff National Parks’ second annual Performance in the Park, Saturday (June 25).
Country gal Stacey Zegers heads to Bill's

Country gal Stacey Zegers heads to Bill's

Following stops in Jasper and Lake Louise earlier this week, up-and-coming country music sensation Stacey Zegers will play Wild Bill’s this Friday and Saturday (June 17-18).

Kramer to launch album at Cafe

Most teenagers, when they take on part-time work, are looking to fund wheels, maybe top up a video game collection or just have some spare pocket change.
The Banshee's Wail crossing Western Canada

The Banshee's Wail crossing Western Canada

Hardly had the cheering died down on Portage and Main after it was announced Winnipeg would welcome NHL hockey back to the Manitoba capital, than Banshee’s Wail headed out on the road.