Local artist Heather Pant inspired by Alberta’s landscape

Heather Pant was always an artist. At the age of 11, she started oil painting. However, she did not pursue a full time career in painting until she moved to Calgary eight years ago. It was Alberta's rich scenery that sparked her passion for painting landscapes. Click here for more.

Heather PantPant spends most of her time painting in her studio or finding new landscapes for her paintings. Photo by Shaunda Lamont.

Self-taught photographer takes a unique approach incorporating his culture into his work.

Blaire Russell grew up immersed in the storytelling tradition of the Blackfoot people in southern Alberta. But despite growing up in a family of painters and drawers, Russell gravitated to another visual medium to express himself: photography. While growing up on The Blood Tribe and learning about his culture, he combined it with his passion for photography and incorporated it in his work later in life.

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True Rhythm gaining fame and fresh beats here in YYC

The rise of the underdog, hard work for the better. It’s a story everyone knows but few have a local face to identify with. As a child, he was the outcast. As a young man, he was the high school drop out. No one saw him coming. Meet Kalman Goudkuil, owner of True Rhythm, now living his dreams of working with some of the biggest celebrities in the world of rap and hip-hop. Read on for more of his remarkable journey.

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Something Old, Something New: Lougheed House celebrates their 125th anniversary

In the heart of downtown Calgary, Alta. the iconic Lougheed House celebrated their 125th anniversary with a special exhibit dedicated to wedding fashion history. The event, which was launched this past summer, lasted until Oct. 16 to display the history of weddings in Alberta.

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