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TD Canada Trust hosts Globalfest tasting as kick off to event

TD Canada Trust hosts Globalfest tasting as kick off to event

Calgarians are invited to help kick-off GlobalFest 2011 at a complementary tasting hosted by TD Canada Trust in Forest Lawn, home of International Avenue. Continue Reading

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GlobalFest full of surprises, fireworks and culture

GlobalFest full of surprises, fireworks and culture

By Christopher Walsh, editor

Hailed as Alberta’s “most explosive festival”, the ninth annual GlobalFest will be kicking off next week and organizers say it’ll be the most explosive yet.

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Double your laughs at Rosebud Theatre

Double your laughs at Rosebud Theatre

See two Rosebud Theatre’s comedies, Jake and the Kid: Prairie Seasons and The Diary of Adam & Eve, both starring Nathan Schmidt, on the same day throughout August

Rosebud Theatre lets you double your laughter with a summer comedy package of two shows, W.O. Mitchell’s Jake and the Kid: Prairie Seasons and The Diary of Adam and Eve, both starring Nathan Schmidt.

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Country singer Paul Brandt announces Edmonton ‘Up from the Ashes’ benefit concert in support of Slave Lake

Country singer Paul Brandt announces Edmonton ‘Up from the Ashes’ benefit concert in support of Slave Lake

Paul Brandt, in cooperation with Alberta Ford Dealers and UFA Co-operative Limited, will be presenting “Up From The Ashes,” a benefit concert for Slave Lake, following the May 15 fire that swept through the town.

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Charity race to support Slave Lake part of 2011 Calgary Dragon Boat Festival

Charity race to support Slave Lake part of 2011 Calgary Dragon Boat Festival

This weekend’s Dragon Boat Festival will have an interesting bonus for fans and onlookers: a charity race between teams of politicians from all three levels of government, First Nations, and the Red Cross.

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Calgarians can celebrate Park centennial during Banff Culture Days August 5-7

Calgarians can celebrate Park centennial during Banff Culture Days August 5-7

The fifth annual Banff Culture Days kick off Friday with a slate of centennial festivities celebrating the unique mountain heritage Banff National Park. Continue Reading

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One Yoga in the Park is back again for 2011

One Yoga in the Park is back again for 2011

One Yoga in the Park, the biggest karmic yoga event in Calgary, Alberta, will be back and better than ever this year on August 7, with sponsorship from John Labun of Laterra Ventures, Access Health Benefits and Yogamat.com.

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Alberta Ballet announces ticket pre-sale – available only to social media followers

Alberta Ballet announces ticket pre-sale – available only to social media followers

Alberta Ballet is offering its social media followers pre-sale tickets for the upcoming season. Using a promo-code, followers can pick seats for all productions, including the company’s ballet tribute to Sir Elton John – Love Lies Bleeding.

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Governor General inducted to Canada’s Telecommunications Hall of Fame

Governor General inducted to Canada’s Telecommunications Hall of Fame

Canada’s 28th Governor General David Johnston heads the 2011 list of Canadian achievers set for induction this year into Canada’s Telecommunications Hall of Fame.

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Two Brothers Totem Pole pays tribute to Aboriginal culture

Two Brothers Totem Pole pays tribute to Aboriginal culture

New totem pole erected in Jasper National Park to celebrate regional Aboriginal culture

A new totem pole in Jaspar Park not only replaces a century old landmark, but represents the cooperation between regional Aboriginal cultures and the Canadian people.

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