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This season the Canadian Badlands Passion Play is celebrating both its 150th performance and its 24th year of operation with bold new moves.

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South Country Fair bringing back the music

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This summer is bringing music back to southern Alberta with the South Country Fair. The three-day festival that’s taking place July 21-23, is back again this year, with more fun, sun and performances than ever.

Everyone of us has a body and most of the time we choose to “run it on empty.”

Canada Day in Swift Current brought more than the rodeo and the fair.

The amiable Laura Hayes has always been a storyteller of sorts. The name is recognizable for many reasons. People in Alberta will remember her long career with the CTV television station affiliate CFCN in Calgary as a well-respected news reporter and producer. Now, Hayes is a roots artist who has a few CDs under her belt. Her debut CD, Storyteller was released three years ago and she is currently working on a new one.

The immigration experiences of Saskatchewan's newcomers are highlighted through a new exhibition at the West Wing Gallery in Swift Current.

The 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation in 2017 marks a significant moment in the country’s history, but it also provides Canadians with an opportunity to reflect on their past and to think about the future.

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