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The Calgary Stampede: "A Romping Rangeland Rumpus"

Poster from First Calgary Stampede in 1912

Many people associate Calgary, affectionately nicknamed “Cowtown”, with its annual summer Stampede in the same way that a place like New Orleans is tied to Mardi Gras. 154 more words


Political centrists vote to rally around Alberta Party

Desire among Alberta’s voters for a viable middle-of-the-road option is no airy hope, says those behind a weekend conference in Red Deer.

And people who gathered Saturday in support of Alberta Together — many holding long-time associations with parties across the political spectrum — voted overwhelmingly to unify under the banner of the Alberta Party. 400 more words


Central Memorial Park Library

More than the books on a shelf of any library, it’s the atmosphere I’m drawn to when I walk through the door. My local library has a railway station feel so I drive a little further to use one that feels like home. 39 more words

Canada's Prairie Provinces

Thunderstorms, hail no longer expected in Lloydminster

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The babies turn 16

When I was pregnant with the boy we joined a birth and baby class at the hospital. It was 8 weeks with half the focus on pregnancy and half on newborns. 148 more words



 Travelling is one of my favourite things to do.

Seeing new places makes me so happy and leaves me smiling for days. While I travel, I very often fall in love with new views. 169 more words


Shooting Film at Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta

I got home from Alberta yesterday afternoon, so of course last evening it was into the darkroom to start developing the film from last weekend. The combination of Rollei SuperPan 200 and Dinosaur Provincial Park really works for me. 13 more words

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