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Caleb Hunt of Edmonton performs at the Prairie West Fiddle Contest at the Bailey Theatre in Camrose last year. File photo/Camrose Canadian

Competition keeps fiddle music alive

In the decade they’ve been playing, Jackson, 19, and Samuel, 16, Corry have performed their repertoire of Ontario-style, Celtic and blue-grass fiddle music at shows and contests across B.C, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. But the Red Deer brothers have a special tie to the local Prairie West Fiddle Contest: they were participants in the dinner t

The Lougheed Centre will be presenting their first ever contemporary dance performance in this net season with Telemetry on Nov. 9. Supplied/David Cooper

Lougheed Centre set to launch new season

Every year the shows and calendar get bigger at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre, and they show no signs of slowing down as they get set to launch their fourth full year.

Buffy Sainte-Marie is perfroming at the Bailey Theatre on Thursday at 8 p.m. Supplied 

All my relations: Buffy Sainte-Marie in historical

While recently at the annual meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association in Los Angeles, a topic came up that was part joke and part tragic reality. The fact that many students will say “I didn’t know” when taking an Indigenous studies course. On its face this statement would seem to be a statement that reflects that fact that

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