The Christmas Craft Market is an annual event in the community of Chestermere. Now in its 24th year running, the craft sale welcomes old and new vendors, each bringing in a unique quality to the community.
People devoted and driven by their passions come together at Maker Faire Calgary in Spruce Meadows to showcase their artwork, products of engineering, stitch-work, robotics and more.
On Sept. 13, 2017, more than 20 local businesses came together to share their passion for sustainable farming and food production with attendees from across Canada at the 8th annual Food for Thought event in Calgary.
Pat and Baiba Morrow are two retired photojournalists whose love for nature and mountain culture has taken them all over the world. From the Himalayas to Antartica, New Zealand to Arizona and the highest peaks on all seven continents. This feature takes a look at their careers behind the camera and life after publication.
The fight over public art in Calgary has become a major campaign point for the upcoming municipal election.
Calgary city council has announced they are putting a freeze on their public art policy this month, pending further review.
To help better the relationship with the Indigenous community, the Glenbow Museum has taken efforts to ensure that First Nations’ artefacts are displayed appropriately and respectfully but consulting with elders from local communities.