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    One doesn’t usually think of Calgary in terms of a hot-bed of film activity. Yet if this year’s Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is any indication, all that is about to change. Now in it’s 17th year, CIFF has grown exponentially and saw a record 35,000 attend last year’s festival-almost double the size since 2012. […]

    100316-Cal_1008_CIFF_11.JPG-Cal_1008_CIFF_11-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1008 CIFF 1 Pictured at the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer are CIFF volunteer Rob Mabee with the Calgary Herald's Eric Volmers. The festival was a great success and featured 12 days of film fun.Cal 1008 CIFF 2 Looking fashionably fabulous at the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer Kim's Kitchen host Kim Hayden (left) and the busiest lady there was during the 12-day festival, publicist Tiffany Burns.Cal 1008 CIFF 3 Alberta Minister of Culture and Tourism. Ricardo Miranda, was but one of the VIP's strutting the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer.Cal 1008 CIFF 4 ACTRA's Leslie Hucul poses for the lens at the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer.Cal 1008 CIFF 5 Maudie director Aisling Walsh walks the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer. The critically acclaimed Walsh-directed film was screened at the gala.Cal 1008 CIFF 6 Maudie executive producer /producer Mary Young Leckie walks the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer. The critically acclaimed film was screened at the gala.Cal 1008 CIFF 7 2016 CIFF was an enormous success and featured 12 days of film fineness. Pictured, from left, at the red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer, are ATB's Dave Mowat, Sandra Huculak, Sean Garritty and Curtis Stange. ATB was the festival presenting sponsor.Cal 1008 CIFF 8 Kari Matchett, who plays a major role in the biopic Maudie, walks the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer.Cal 1008 CIFF 9 Pictured, with reason to smile at the red carpet gala kick-off for CIFF 2016 held at the Jack Singer is CIFF board president James Pettigrew and his wife Alison Pettigrew. The 12-day festival was an enormous success.Cal 1008 CIFF 9 Pictured, from left, at the red carpet gala kick-off for CIFF 2016 held at the Jack Singer are CANIFFF director Katrina Olson-Mottahed with VAN HELSING producer Mike Frislev and his wife Stacey Frislev.Cal 1008 CIFF 12 Walking the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick off held Sept 21 at the Jack Singer are Nomadic Pictures and VAN HELSING producer Chad Oakes with Gael-Anne Hatch.100316-Cal_1008_CIFF_11.JPG-Cal_1008_CIFF_11-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1008 CIFF 1 Pictured at the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer are CIFF volunteer Rob Mabee with the Calgary Herald's Eric Volmers. The festival was a great success and featured 12 days of film fun.Cal 1008 CIFF 2 Looking fashionably fabulous at the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer Kim's Kitchen host Kim Hayden (left) and the busiest lady there was during the 12-day festival, publicist Tiffany Burns.Cal 1008 CIFF 3 Alberta Minister of Culture and Tourism. Ricardo Miranda, was but one of the VIP's strutting the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer.Cal 1008 CIFF 4 ACTRA's Leslie Hucul poses for the lens at the CIFF red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer.Cal 1008 CIFF 5 Maudie director Aisling Walsh walks the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer. The critically acclaimed Walsh-directed film was screened at the gala.Cal 1008 CIFF 6 Maudie executive producer /producer Mary Young Leckie walks the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer. The critically acclaimed film was screened at the gala.Cal 1008 CIFF 7 2016 CIFF was an enormous success and featured 12 days of film fineness. Pictured, from left, at the red carpet gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer, are ATB's Dave Mowat, Sandra Huculak, Sean Garritty and Curtis Stange. ATB was the festival presenting sponsor.Cal 1008 CIFF 8 Kari Matchett, who plays a major role in the biopic Maudie, walks the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick-off Sept 21at the Jack Singer.Cal 1008 CIFF 9 Pictured, with reason to smile at the red carpet gala kick-off for CIFF 2016 held at the Jack Singer is CIFF board president James Pettigrew and his wife Alison Pettigrew. The 12-day festival was an enormous success.Cal 1008 CIFF 9 Pictured, from left, at the red carpet gala kick-off for CIFF 2016 held at the Jack Singer are CANIFFF director Katrina Olson-Mottahed with VAN HELSING producer Mike Frislev and his wife Stacey Frislev.Cal 1008 CIFF 12 Walking the red carpet at the CIFF gala kick off held Sept 21 at the Jack Singer are Nomadic Pictures and VAN HELSING producer Chad Oakes with Gael-Anne Hatch.

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    For those who are au courant on Canada’s fashion industry, it’s old news that Toronto’s Fashion Week was cancelled. You would also be up to snuff on all the acronyms associated with the industry. PFW is Paris Fashion Week. NFW? New York Fashion Week. And so on. Now we don’t have a Calgary Fashion Week […]

    101116-Cal_1015_Park_9.JPG-Cal_1015_Park_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1015 Park 1 Pictured, from left, at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are CANIFFF's Zai Mandani, CAFA president Vicky Milner and CANIFF's Katrina Olson Mottahed. Hundreds of the fashionably fashionable set would gather Oct 1 in Studio Bell for PARKLUXE- a fashion show featuring some of Canada's top designers.Cal 1015 Park 2 Fairmont Palliser communications manager Jacqueline Tyler (left) strikes a pose with PARK president Kara Chomistek at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. Hundreds of the fashionably fashionable set would gather later in the week in Studio Bell for PARKLUXE- a fashion show featuring some of Canada's top designers.Cal 1015 Park 3 Gypsy Soul founder and creative director Brandi Dea shows off one of her designs at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. Joining Dea is Hudsons Pub managing partner Casey Greabeiel.Cal 1015 Park 4 Mode Models founder and 'discoverer' of many a top model Kelly Streit and his daughter Chloe were among the select group of guests in attendance at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. .Cal 1015 Park 5 Rising star model Shayna McNeill strikes at pose at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. The 14-year old was discovered by Mode Models' Kelly Streit who affectionately refers to McNeill as 101116-Cal_1015_Park_9.JPG-Cal_1015_Park_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1015 Park 1 Pictured, from left, at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are CANIFFF's Zai Mandani, CAFA president Vicky Milner and CANIFF's Katrina Olson Mottahed. Hundreds of the fashionably fashionable set would gather Oct 1 in Studio Bell for PARKLUXE- a fashion show featuring some of Canada's top designers.Cal 1015 Park 2 Fairmont Palliser communications manager Jacqueline Tyler (left) strikes a pose with PARK president Kara Chomistek at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. Hundreds of the fashionably fashionable set would gather later in the week in Studio Bell for PARKLUXE- a fashion show featuring some of Canada's top designers.Cal 1015 Park 3 Gypsy Soul founder and creative director Brandi Dea shows off one of her designs at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. Joining Dea is Hudsons Pub managing partner Casey Greabeiel.Cal 1015 Park 4 Mode Models founder and 'discoverer' of many a top model Kelly Streit and his daughter Chloe were among the select group of guests in attendance at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. .Cal 1015 Park 5 Rising star model Shayna McNeill strikes at pose at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. The 14-year old was discovered by Mode Models' Kelly Streit who affectionately refers to McNeill as "Heather Marks 2.0"Cal 1015 Park 6 Toasting the success of CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Nordstrom HR manager Devin Sheehan (left) and store manager Lisa Berg.Cal 1015 Park 7 From president of Total Canada to fashion designer, Jean Michel Gires certainly knows how to re-invent himself. Gires now has his own fashion line-Jean Michel. Pictured with the former oil executive at CAFA Fashion Connects, a collaboration between Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK) and Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA) Sept 28 at the Fairmont Palliser is Agung Nugrahaeni.Cal 1015 Park 8 Leggy lovelies, from left, Carla Barney, Lisa Pye and Alexandra Halmaciu were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at PARKLUXE, a unique fashion show presented Oct 1 in the fabulous Studio Bell. Several of Canada's top designers creations were featured this night including an unbelievably beautiful collection from Paul Hardy.Cal 1015 Park 10 Pictured, from left, at PARKLUXE held Oct 1 in the fabulous Studio Bell are styleista Brenna Hardy, Erin Donnelly-Ferguson, Soul Journey Designs' Apryl Dawn and Dave Pederson.

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    Event organizers must have been partial to Oct 1. How else to explain four major events all on the same night? Cocktails for Critters at The Westin. A preview of the soon to open airport. Parkluxe at Studio Bell. And Unicef Canada’s Water for Life Gala at the Hyatt. Now your faithful social scribe is […]

    101116-Cal_1015_Unicef_2.JPG-Cal_1015_Unicef_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1015 Unicef 1 Pictured with reason to smile at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt are gala co-chairs Andrea Gerencser (left) and Hanita Simard. The 24th annual event was an SRO success raising more than $920,000 for clean, safe water and sanitation for the world's children.Cal 1015 Unicef 3 The Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt was an enormous success raising more than $920,000 for clean, safe water for the world's children. Among the more than 600 guests in attendance were Charlotte Lefebvre and Avenue Living's Carl Diodati.Cal 1015 Unicef 4 Cliff and Leslie Fryers were among the hundreds of guests supporting the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt was. Leslie is a member of the Unicef Patron's Council.Cal 1015 Unicef 5 Unicef Canada national events manager Holly Davidson and her daughter Diane pictured at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt. The gala raised more than $920,000 due in part to the fabulous auction items up for grabs this night. Diane Davidson was the chair of the auction committee again this year.Cal 1015 Unicef 6 Past president of the Alberta Medical Association and avid Unicef supporter Dr. Michael Giuffre and his wife Heather had a wonderful time at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt. TCal 1015 Unicef 7 Long-time Unicef supporters John Cordeau, Q.C. and his wife Madame Justice Carolyn Phillips were among the more than 600 guests in attendance at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt.Cal 1015 Unicef 10 Pictured at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt are long time volunteer John Conley with gala past chair Nancy McCurdy.Cal 1015 Unicef 9 Judge Les Grieve and his wife Deb toast the success of the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt.Cal 1015 Unicef 11 The annual Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala, now in its 24th year, has been an enormous success thanks to support from the Giuffre family. Pictured at this year's gala, held Oct 1 at the Hyatt, are, from left, Joe Giuffre and his wife Marcela with Anthony Giuffre and his wife Britt.Cal 1015 Unicef 8 The Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt was an SRO success attended by more than 600 guests. The fab gala would not have been the success it was were it not for the phenomenal support of Sue Riddell Rose pictured with her husband Mike Rose.101116-Cal_1015_Unicef_2.JPG-Cal_1015_Unicef_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1015 Unicef 1 Pictured with reason to smile at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt are gala co-chairs Andrea Gerencser (left) and Hanita Simard. The 24th annual event was an SRO success raising more than $920,000 for clean, safe water and sanitation for the world's children.Cal 1015 Unicef 3 The Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt was an enormous success raising more than $920,000 for clean, safe water for the world's children. Among the more than 600 guests in attendance were Charlotte Lefebvre and Avenue Living's Carl Diodati.Cal 1015 Unicef 4 Cliff and Leslie Fryers were among the hundreds of guests supporting the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt was. Leslie is a member of the Unicef Patron's Council.Cal 1015 Unicef 5 Unicef Canada national events manager Holly Davidson and her daughter Diane pictured at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt. The gala raised more than $920,000 due in part to the fabulous auction items up for grabs this night. Diane Davidson was the chair of the auction committee again this year.Cal 1015 Unicef 6 Past president of the Alberta Medical Association and avid Unicef supporter Dr. Michael Giuffre and his wife Heather had a wonderful time at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt. TCal 1015 Unicef 7 Long-time Unicef supporters John Cordeau, Q.C. and his wife Madame Justice Carolyn Phillips were among the more than 600 guests in attendance at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt.Cal 1015 Unicef 10 Pictured at the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt are long time volunteer John Conley with gala past chair Nancy McCurdy.Cal 1015 Unicef 9 Judge Les Grieve and his wife Deb toast the success of the Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt.Cal 1015 Unicef 11 The annual Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala, now in its 24th year, has been an enormous success thanks to support from the Giuffre family. Pictured at this year's gala, held Oct 1 at the Hyatt, are, from left, Joe Giuffre and his wife Marcela with Anthony Giuffre and his wife Britt.Cal 1015 Unicef 8 The Unicef Canada Water for Life Gala held Oct 1 at the Hyatt was an SRO success attended by more than 600 guests. The fab gala would not have been the success it was were it not for the phenomenal support of Sue Riddell Rose pictured with her husband Mike Rose.

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    Readers may recall the success of the Annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (BFCK) golf tournament which started 11 years ago. Since it’s inception, the tournament has raised more than $2 million for myriad Calgary children’s charities. The 11th annual, held June 6 at the Glencoe Golf & Country Club, raised $282,967.36. Charities sharing in the […]

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    There is nothing quite like a good story teller. And when said story is about Alberta’s rich cultural history- told through the lens of music, unique and interesting are the result. Trust the innovative folks at the National Music Centre (NMC) and ATB Financial to understand the cache of this unique pairing. It’s inaugural installment- […]

    101716-Cal_1022_Story_8.jpg-Cal_1022_Story_8-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1022 Story 1 National Music Centre president and CEO Andrew Mosker is pictured with ATB Financial's Sandra Huculak at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 2 Camp FYREfly's Hilary Mutch, Ariana Roper, Levin Ifko and Andy Rubio had a wonderful time at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 3 Lifford Wines & Spirits' Ellen Brawn and her husband Dean Brawn of the Brawn Family Foundation were among those in attendance at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 4 Pictured, from left, with reason to smile at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 are MLA Jessica Littlewood, ATB Financial president and CEO Dave Mowat with ATB board member Colette Miller. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 5 Pictured, from left, at the National Music Centre's SRO live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 are Calgary Sexual Health Centre president and CEO Pam Krause, Karen Ball, ATB's Kathie Arychuk and Studio Bell's Jeni Piepgrass.Cal 1022 Story 6 Pictured, from left, at the National Music Centre's SRO live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 are community supporter Avnish Mehta and his wife Bijal Mehta with Kim Trim and Forward Level Marketing's Amish Morjaria.Cal 1022 Story 7 The National Music Centre's SRO live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 was an SRO success and featured and interview and live performance from Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara. Legendary musician Jann Arden did a fantastic job in the role of interviewer this night.101716-Cal_1022_Story_8.jpg-Cal_1022_Story_8-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1022 Story 1 National Music Centre president and CEO Andrew Mosker is pictured with ATB Financial's Sandra Huculak at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 2 Camp FYREfly's Hilary Mutch, Ariana Roper, Levin Ifko and Andy Rubio had a wonderful time at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 3 Lifford Wines & Spirits' Ellen Brawn and her husband Dean Brawn of the Brawn Family Foundation were among those in attendance at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 4 Pictured, from left, with reason to smile at the National Music Centre's live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 are MLA Jessica Littlewood, ATB Financial president and CEO Dave Mowat with ATB board member Colette Miller. The evening featured a performance and interview with Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara.Cal 1022 Story 5 Pictured, from left, at the National Music Centre's SRO live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 are Calgary Sexual Health Centre president and CEO Pam Krause, Karen Ball, ATB's Kathie Arychuk and Studio Bell's Jeni Piepgrass.Cal 1022 Story 6 Pictured, from left, at the National Music Centre's SRO live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 are community supporter Avnish Mehta and his wife Bijal Mehta with Kim Trim and Forward Level Marketing's Amish Morjaria.Cal 1022 Story 7 The National Music Centre's SRO live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series Oct 6 was an SRO success and featured and interview and live performance from Calgary-born synth-pop act Tegan and Sara. Legendary musician Jann Arden did a fantastic job in the role of interviewer this night.

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    It is increasingly difficult to maintain a positive, upbeat attitude in our fair city with the challenging economic news seemingly having no end in sight. And yet, attendance to- and support of philanthropic events can do just the trick to lift ones  spirits. The recent Interlude in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health […]

    101716-Cal_1022_Bone_9.JPG-Cal_1022_Bone_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1022 Bone 1 Pictured at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute, held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are, from left, Helen Fitzpatrick, Joan Andre and Ella Joy Mabin. Legendary musicians Tommy Banks and Jens Lindemann headlined this night.Cal 1022 Bone 2 from left Dr. Stephen Weiss, Art Korpach, ABJHI chair Martin Ferguson Pell and Ian Robinson were among the select group of guests in attendance at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4.Cal 1022 Bone 3 Pictured, from left, at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are ABJHI COO Chris Smith, Dr. Deborah Marshall and Dr. Dianne Mosher.Cal 1022 Bone 4 Pictured at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are Calgary Health Trust president and CEO Jill Olynyk (left) with host Ann McCaig.Cal 1022 Bone 5 Brookfield Residential's Alan Norris (left) is pictured with Edith Wenzel, Shelly Norris and Cal Wenzel at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4. Legendary musicians Tommy Banks and Jens Lindemann headlined this night.Cal 1022 Bone 6 Legendary philanthropists Dick and Lois Haskayne were among the select group of guests in attendance at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4.Cal 1022 Bone 7 Pictured, from left, at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are Jay Kellam with headlines and legendary musicians Tommy Banks and Jens Lindemann. Legacy Live, the duos must-have album, won the 2016 Juno Instrumental Album of the Year.Cal 1022 Bone 8 Betty Stein (left) and Joan Cameron were among the select group of guests in attendance at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4.101716-Cal_1022_Bone_9.JPG-Cal_1022_Bone_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1022 Bone 1 Pictured at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute, held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are, from left, Helen Fitzpatrick, Joan Andre and Ella Joy Mabin. Legendary musicians Tommy Banks and Jens Lindemann headlined this night.Cal 1022 Bone 2 from left Dr. Stephen Weiss, Art Korpach, ABJHI chair Martin Ferguson Pell and Ian Robinson were among the select group of guests in attendance at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4.Cal 1022 Bone 3 Pictured, from left, at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are ABJHI COO Chris Smith, Dr. Deborah Marshall and Dr. Dianne Mosher.Cal 1022 Bone 4 Pictured at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are Calgary Health Trust president and CEO Jill Olynyk (left) with host Ann McCaig.Cal 1022 Bone 5 Brookfield Residential's Alan Norris (left) is pictured with Edith Wenzel, Shelly Norris and Cal Wenzel at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4. Legendary musicians Tommy Banks and Jens Lindemann headlined this night.Cal 1022 Bone 6 Legendary philanthropists Dick and Lois Haskayne were among the select group of guests in attendance at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4.Cal 1022 Bone 7 Pictured, from left, at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4 are Jay Kellam with headlines and legendary musicians Tommy Banks and Jens Lindemann. Legacy Live, the duos must-have album, won the 2016 Juno Instrumental Album of the Year.Cal 1022 Bone 8 Betty Stein (left) and Joan Cameron were among the select group of guests in attendance at Interlude, a fabulous fund raising concert in support of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute (ABJHI), held in the home of Ann McCaig Oct 4.

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    The event had gone to the dogs. Or cats. Or birds. The Calgary Humane Society’s (CHS) annual Cocktails for Critters, held this year Oct 1 at The Westin, was an SRO success with the highlight being  ‘Rescues on the Runway’ -a fun and innovative show featuring animal alumni previously adopted from Calgary Humane Society strutting […]

    102416-Cal_1029_critters_4.jpg-Cal_1029_critters_4-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1029 Critters 3 Pictured at the Calgary Humane Society's annual Cocktails for Critters held this year Oct 1 at The Westin are Carrie Fritz, executive director of Calgary Humane Society (left) and Deanna Steblyk, board chair. The SRO event was attended by more than 400 guests.Cal 1029 Critters 1 Joining aid animal supporter Laureen Harper (right) at the Calgary Humane Society's annual Cocktails for Critters held this year Oct 1 at The Westin is Jamie Hickey.Cal 1029 Critters 2 Mookie Wilson and Billie Jo English from KISS 95.9 were among the more than 400 guests in attendance at the Calgary Humane Society's annual Cocktails for Critters held this year Oct 1 at The Westin.102416-Cal_1029_critters_4.jpg-Cal_1029_critters_4-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1029 Critters 3 Pictured at the Calgary Humane Society's annual Cocktails for Critters held this year Oct 1 at The Westin are Carrie Fritz, executive director of Calgary Humane Society (left) and Deanna Steblyk, board chair. The SRO event was attended by more than 400 guests.Cal 1029 Critters 1 Joining aid animal supporter Laureen Harper (right) at the Calgary Humane Society's annual Cocktails for Critters held this year Oct 1 at The Westin is Jamie Hickey.Cal 1029 Critters 2 Mookie Wilson and Billie Jo English from KISS 95.9 were among the more than 400 guests in attendance at the Calgary Humane Society's annual Cocktails for Critters held this year Oct 1 at The Westin.

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    Oct 16, 1916 is not perhaps a memorable date -unless one’s knowledge of Calgary history is razor sharp. It was this date that the Provincial Institute of Technology and Art (PITA) opened its doors in Inglewood’s Colonel Walker School with courses in metal working and motor mechanics. Classes begin with 11 students — six veterans and five civilians […]

    102416-Cal_1029_SAIT_6.jpg-Cal_1029_SAIT_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1029 SAIT 1 Pictured at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube are Heather Culbert, chair, SAIT Board of Governors and proud SAIT alumna, and her husband Michael Culbert, president and CEO, Progress Energy.Cal 1029 SAIT 2 Pictured at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube are Rob Kelly, owner and president of Kelly Brothers Productions and Dave Kelly, chief creative officer, Kelly Brothers Productions.Cal 1029 SAIT 3 Among the VIP's in attendance at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube were Keith MacPhail, executive chairman of Bonavista Energy Corporation, and his wife Kathy.Cal 1029 SAIT 4 Irene Pfeiffer and Heidi Pfeiffe were among the scores of guests in attendance at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube.Cal 1029 SAIT 5 Pictured, from left, at the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube are Roc Spence, SAIT alumnus and member of the board of directors with the Calgary Stampede; Al Jamieson, SAIT alumnus and CEO/founder, Global Raymac Surveys and his wife Barb, and Dale Befus, Calgary Stampede board of directors.102416-Cal_1029_SAIT_6.jpg-Cal_1029_SAIT_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1029 SAIT 1 Pictured at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube are Heather Culbert, chair, SAIT Board of Governors and proud SAIT alumna, and her husband Michael Culbert, president and CEO, Progress Energy.Cal 1029 SAIT 2 Pictured at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube are Rob Kelly, owner and president of Kelly Brothers Productions and Dave Kelly, chief creative officer, Kelly Brothers Productions.Cal 1029 SAIT 3 Among the VIP's in attendance at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube were Keith MacPhail, executive chairman of Bonavista Energy Corporation, and his wife Kathy.Cal 1029 SAIT 4 Irene Pfeiffer and Heidi Pfeiffe were among the scores of guests in attendance at ONE NIGHT ONLY! An evening of History. In the Making.- the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube.Cal 1029 SAIT 5 Pictured, from left, at the fabulous celebration of SAIT's 100th anniversary held Oct 13 in the Jube are Roc Spence, SAIT alumnus and member of the board of directors with the Calgary Stampede; Al Jamieson, SAIT alumnus and CEO/founder, Global Raymac Surveys and his wife Barb, and Dale Befus, Calgary Stampede board of directors.

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    A city is made great by the contributions of its citizens. And great citizens is what Calgary is known for. One need look no further for shining examples of same than those inducted into the Calgary Business Hall of Fame-a marvelous initiative started thirteen years ago by Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta. Since its […]

    102416-Cal_1029_Achieve_9.JPG-Cal_1029_Achieve_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1029 Achieve 1 Pictured at Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are JA's fund development officer Carolee Gudehus (left) with JA president and CERO Melissa From.Cal 1029 Achieve2 The Centron Group's Bob Harris and his wife Maria were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt.Cal 1029 Achieve 3 Bow Valley College president and CEO Sharon Carry is pictured with vice-president David Mitchell at Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt.Cal 1029 Achieve 4 Shane Homes' Shane Wenzel and his son Sebastian attended the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt. Patriarch Cal Wenzel was one of the four business leaders inducted into the Hall of Fame this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 5 Pictured, from left, at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are philanthropists Don Seaman and his daughter Marilou with Ruth and Don Taylor. Don Taylor presented the Hall of fame award to his good friend Ross Glen of RGO fame this night. Glen was one of four outstanding business leaders inducted at the gala.Cal 1029 Achieve 6 Pictured with reason to smile at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are Ross Glen of RGO fame and his wife Shirley. Glen was one of four outstanding business leaders inducted at the gala.Cal 1029 Achieve 7 Pictured , from left, at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are inductee, ARC Financial's Mac Van Wielingen and his proud children Rob with Viewpoint Investment Partners and Laura with AHS.Cal 1029 Achieve 8 U of C president Elizabeth Cannon and legendary businessman and philanthropist Dick Haskayne pictured at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt . Haskayne would present a posthumous Hall of Fame award to Ron Southern this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 10 ATCO president, CEO and board chair Nancy Southern and her mom Marg Southern, Spruce Meadows co-founder and chair pictured at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt. The late, great Ron Southern was one of four inductees this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 12 Trico Homes Wayne Chiu and his pal Cal Wenzel pose for the lens at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt. Wenzel was one of four gentleman inducted into the Hall of Fame this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 11 Pictured, from left, at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are JA Canada chief development officer Cheryl Hamelin, JA Canada president and CEO Scott Hillier and Canadian Business Hall of Fame national director Aliya Ansari,102416-Cal_1029_Achieve_9.JPG-Cal_1029_Achieve_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1029 Achieve 1 Pictured at Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are JA's fund development officer Carolee Gudehus (left) with JA president and CERO Melissa From.Cal 1029 Achieve2 The Centron Group's Bob Harris and his wife Maria were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt.Cal 1029 Achieve 3 Bow Valley College president and CEO Sharon Carry is pictured with vice-president David Mitchell at Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt.Cal 1029 Achieve 4 Shane Homes' Shane Wenzel and his son Sebastian attended the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt. Patriarch Cal Wenzel was one of the four business leaders inducted into the Hall of Fame this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 5 Pictured, from left, at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are philanthropists Don Seaman and his daughter Marilou with Ruth and Don Taylor. Don Taylor presented the Hall of fame award to his good friend Ross Glen of RGO fame this night. Glen was one of four outstanding business leaders inducted at the gala.Cal 1029 Achieve 6 Pictured with reason to smile at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are Ross Glen of RGO fame and his wife Shirley. Glen was one of four outstanding business leaders inducted at the gala.Cal 1029 Achieve 7 Pictured , from left, at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are inductee, ARC Financial's Mac Van Wielingen and his proud children Rob with Viewpoint Investment Partners and Laura with AHS.Cal 1029 Achieve 8 U of C president Elizabeth Cannon and legendary businessman and philanthropist Dick Haskayne pictured at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt . Haskayne would present a posthumous Hall of Fame award to Ron Southern this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 10 ATCO president, CEO and board chair Nancy Southern and her mom Marg Southern, Spruce Meadows co-founder and chair pictured at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt. The late, great Ron Southern was one of four inductees this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 12 Trico Homes Wayne Chiu and his pal Cal Wenzel pose for the lens at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt. Wenzel was one of four gentleman inducted into the Hall of Fame this night.Cal 1029 Achieve 11 Pictured, from left, at the Junior Achievement (JA) of Southern Alberta's 13th annual Calgary Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony held Oct 13 at the Hyatt are JA Canada chief development officer Cheryl Hamelin, JA Canada president and CEO Scott Hillier and Canadian Business Hall of Fame national director Aliya Ansari,

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    LOOK 2016, the premiere fundraiser for Contemporary Calgary held Oct 22 in the Centennial Planetarium was an SRO success and was attended by scores of cultural revolutionaries. That none other than Steve Martin was the evening’s special guest may have had something to do with the highly coveted tickets. Many readers may not know that […]

    103116-Cal_1105_Look_16.jpg-Cal_1105_Look_16-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1105 Look 2 Pictured, from left, at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary are Vibrant Communities Calgary's Cathy Williams and her husband Bruce Williams with Leila Eveleigh and her husband, Contemporary Calgary board member Charles Robison. .Cal 1105 Look 1 From left, Legal ace Gregory Forrest joins Lesley Beale and her husband, legendary architect Jeremy Sturgess at LOOK 2016 Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary. The SRO event featured a conversation-and banjo performance from art collector and uber comedian Steve Martin.Cal 1105 Look 3 Legendary artist Chris Cran and his wife, equally legendary performer Denise Clarke pose for the lens at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 4 MRU professor David Tars and his wife Joan Taras were among the guests in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary. The event was sold out for weeks prior.Cal 1105 Look 5 Pictured, from left, at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary are Inbound Interactive's Calin Yablonski, LOOK marketing chair Alex Kingcott, Sarah Ward Interiors' Sarah Ward and Dr. Dave McDougall.Cal 1105 Look 6 Cheryl Gottselig, Q.C. and her husband, Trepanned Gallery principal and board member of Contemporary Calgary Yves Trepanier pictured at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 8 Scott Land's Gregg Scott (centre) and his sons Hunter (left) and Ryan (right) were among the hundreds of art afficionados in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 7 Self-proclaimed gossip maven Lainey Lui pictured at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 10 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary was a huge hit and was attended by hundreds of guests. Pictured are Kaeli Stuart and Contemporary Calgary board member and chair of the auction committee Tyler Stuart.Cal 1105 Look 9 Legendary philanthropist and community leader Ann McCaig and her daughter Roxanne McCaig were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 11 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary was a huge hit and was attended by hundreds of guests. Pictured, from left, are committee member Arif Hirani, Nancy Salerno, Khrys Sheridan and committee member Carmen Salerno.Cal 1105 Look 12 Posing with legendary fashion designer Paul Hardy at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary are Contemporary Calgary's Lauren Kibler (left) and Holt Renfrew district vice-president Debra Kerr. Holt Renfrew was one of the presenting sponsors.Cal 1105 Look 13 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary was a great success. Pictured are event co-chairs Morris and Ann Dancyger.Cal 1105 Look 14 Julie Shaw and Terry Berg were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 15 Pictured at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary. are Nadine Richards (left) and Vania Hebert.Cal 1105 Look 17 Contemporary Calgary board chair and Shaw Communications' president Jay Mehr and his wife Viviane Mehr pose for the lens at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary. The fab fundraiser was headlined by comedian, actor and art enthusiast Steve Martin.Cal 1105 Look 18 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary was a great success thanks to myriad sponsors and guests. Pictured representing co-presenting sponsor National Bank Private Banking 1859 are Katherine (Kasha) Piquette, vice-president, Western Canada, National Bank Private Banking 1859 and Meghan Meger, president, Western Canada, National Bank Private Banking 1859.Cal 1105 Look 19 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary was a great success. Pictured is Brett McDermott of Our Daily Brett fame who was the executive chef for LOOK 2016 VIP Plus Dinner.103116-Cal_1105_Look_16.jpg-Cal_1105_Look_16-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1105 Look 2 Pictured, from left, at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary are Vibrant Communities Calgary's Cathy Williams and her husband Bruce Williams with Leila Eveleigh and her husband, Contemporary Calgary board member Charles Robison. .Cal 1105 Look 1 From left, Legal ace Gregory Forrest joins Lesley Beale and her husband, legendary architect Jeremy Sturgess at LOOK 2016 Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary. The SRO event featured a conversation-and banjo performance from art collector and uber comedian Steve Martin.Cal 1105 Look 3 Legendary artist Chris Cran and his wife, equally legendary performer Denise Clarke pose for the lens at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 4 MRU professor David Tars and his wife Joan Taras were among the guests in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary. The event was sold out for weeks prior.Cal 1105 Look 5 Pictured, from left, at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary are Inbound Interactive's Calin Yablonski, LOOK marketing chair Alex Kingcott, Sarah Ward Interiors' Sarah Ward and Dr. Dave McDougall.Cal 1105 Look 6 Cheryl Gottselig, Q.C. and her husband, Trepanned Gallery principal and board member of Contemporary Calgary Yves Trepanier pictured at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 8 Scott Land's Gregg Scott (centre) and his sons Hunter (left) and Ryan (right) were among the hundreds of art afficionados in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 7 Self-proclaimed gossip maven Lainey Lui pictured at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 10 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary was a huge hit and was attended by hundreds of guests. Pictured are Kaeli Stuart and Contemporary Calgary board member and chair of the auction committee Tyler Stuart.Cal 1105 Look 9 Legendary philanthropist and community leader Ann McCaig and her daughter Roxanne McCaig were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 11 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium-future home of Contemporary Calgary was a huge hit and was attended by hundreds of guests. Pictured, from left, are committee member Arif Hirani, Nancy Salerno, Khrys Sheridan and committee member Carmen Salerno.Cal 1105 Look 12 Posing with legendary fashion designer Paul Hardy at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary are Contemporary Calgary's Lauren Kibler (left) and Holt Renfrew district vice-president Debra Kerr. Holt Renfrew was one of the presenting sponsors.Cal 1105 Look 13 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary was a great success. Pictured are event co-chairs Morris and Ann Dancyger.Cal 1105 Look 14 Julie Shaw and Terry Berg were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary.Cal 1105 Look 15 Pictured at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary. are Nadine Richards (left) and Vania Hebert.Cal 1105 Look 17 Contemporary Calgary board chair and Shaw Communications' president Jay Mehr and his wife Viviane Mehr pose for the lens at LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary. The fab fundraiser was headlined by comedian, actor and art enthusiast Steve Martin.Cal 1105 Look 18 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary was a great success thanks to myriad sponsors and guests. Pictured representing co-presenting sponsor National Bank Private Banking 1859 are Katherine (Kasha) Piquette, vice-president, Western Canada, National Bank Private Banking 1859 and Meghan Meger, president, Western Canada, National Bank Private Banking 1859.Cal 1105 Look 19 LOOK 2016-Contemporary Calgary's signature fundraiser and art auction held Oct 22 in the 'old planetarium' -future home of Contemporary Calgary was a great success. Pictured is Brett McDermott of Our Daily Brett fame who was the executive chef for LOOK 2016 VIP Plus Dinner.

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    It’s unfathomable that, until 1929, women in Canada were not officially recognized as persons under the law. But thanks to the courageous efforts of five women-Emily Murphy, Louise McKinney, Nellie McClung, Henrietta Muir Edwards and Irene Parbly, the course of history would be altered forever and the Canadian Constitution would recognize women as persons in […]

    110716-Cal_1112_Five_5.JPG-Cal_1112_Five_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1112 Five 1 Having a great time at the Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts are BMO's Brad Denis (left) and Nick Mazer. The cocktail-style event featured samplings from AlbertaÕs best female culinary wizards as well as wine pairings by Peggy Perry of Willow Park Wines and Spirits fame.Cal 1112 Five 3 The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts was an SRO success with 300 guests in attendance. Hamming it up for the lens are committee members Kim Berjian (left) and Lisa Conboy.Cal 1112 Five 4 Pipella Law's Tara Pipella and Iestyn Samuel were among the 300 guests in attendance at The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts.Cal 1112 Five 2 The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts was an SRO success with 300 guests in attendance. Pictured with reason to smile are event co-chairs Carolyn Robertson (left) and Dr. Dana Lougheed.Cal 1112 Five 6 Pictured at The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts is foodie extraordinaire and owner of The Cookbook Co. Cooks Gail Norton.Cal 1112 Five 7 Spotted outside Hotel Arts Oct 27 was none other than musical legend Tom Cochrane who was in town performing. Pictured with Cochrane is fan Kim Berjian who was outside the hotel taking a break from the Taste of Famous5 event which Berjian helped organize.Cal 1112 Five 8 Pictured, from left, at the Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts are Mona Hunter, Chlan Grant, Leigh Anderson and Jennifer Ewen. The event was sold out with more than 300 guests in attendance.110716-Cal_1112_Five_5.JPG-Cal_1112_Five_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1112 Five 1 Having a great time at the Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts are BMO's Brad Denis (left) and Nick Mazer. The cocktail-style event featured samplings from AlbertaÕs best female culinary wizards as well as wine pairings by Peggy Perry of Willow Park Wines and Spirits fame.Cal 1112 Five 3 The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts was an SRO success with 300 guests in attendance. Hamming it up for the lens are committee members Kim Berjian (left) and Lisa Conboy.Cal 1112 Five 4 Pipella Law's Tara Pipella and Iestyn Samuel were among the 300 guests in attendance at The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts.Cal 1112 Five 2 The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts was an SRO success with 300 guests in attendance. Pictured with reason to smile are event co-chairs Carolyn Robertson (left) and Dr. Dana Lougheed.Cal 1112 Five 6 Pictured at The Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts is foodie extraordinaire and owner of The Cookbook Co. Cooks Gail Norton.Cal 1112 Five 7 Spotted outside Hotel Arts Oct 27 was none other than musical legend Tom Cochrane who was in town performing. Pictured with Cochrane is fan Kim Berjian who was outside the hotel taking a break from the Taste of Famous5 event which Berjian helped organize.Cal 1112 Five 8 Pictured, from left, at the Taste of Famous5 held Oct 27 at Hotel Arts are Mona Hunter, Chlan Grant, Leigh Anderson and Jennifer Ewen. The event was sold out with more than 300 guests in attendance.

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    There is just something about folks from Saskatchewan. My father was born in Liberty-population of less than 100. Many of Calgary’s leading families hail from Saskatchewan. McCaig, Wilson and Hill spring to mind. When you meet someone for the first time and have a feeling of what a grounded, nice person they are, chances are […]

    110716-Cal_1112_Wall_8.JPG-Cal_1112_Wall_8-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1112 Wall 1 Pictured, from left, at the SRO Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall are PennWest's Andrew Sweerts, Gibson Energy's Doug Wilkins and Tundra Energy Marketing president Bryan Lancaster.Cal 1112 Wall 2 ARC Resources chairman Hal Kvisle and Diana Dagg were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the SRO Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 3 Those born-or currerntly living in Saskatchewan-were not surprisingly in attendance at the SRO Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. Pictured, from left, are W. Brett Wilson with University of Saskatchewan's Debra Pozega Osburn, president and vice-chancellor Peter Stoicheff and Kathryn Warden.Cal 1112 Wall 4 Taurus Properties co-founders Paul McCloy (left) and Bernie Bayer (right) pictured with Walton Development's Craig Dickie at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 5 Pictured, from left, at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall are Guardian Law Group founding partner Jonathan Denis, Q.C. with Truman Homes president George Trutina and Anacreek Capital president Lee Dowd.Cal 1112 Wall 6 WestJet founder and board chairman Clive Beddoe and his wife Ruth were among the hundreds of guests who attended the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 7 Jason Kenney (left) garnered almost as much attention at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner held Oct 27 at the Hyatt as Institute honouree Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. Joining Kenney are Rosanne Hill Blaisdell and her husband Brad Blaisdell.Cal 1112 Wall 9 Pictured with Fraser Institute Founders' Award honouree Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall (right) is what could well be Alberta's next Premier Jason Kenney.Cal 1112 Wall 10 RBC's Jeff Boyd (left) and Cal Malhiot were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 11 MNP's Stew Henderson and Dick Haskayne pose for the lens at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. The SRO dinner and award presentation was held Oct 27 at the Hyatt.110716-Cal_1112_Wall_8.JPG-Cal_1112_Wall_8-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1112 Wall 1 Pictured, from left, at the SRO Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall are PennWest's Andrew Sweerts, Gibson Energy's Doug Wilkins and Tundra Energy Marketing president Bryan Lancaster.Cal 1112 Wall 2 ARC Resources chairman Hal Kvisle and Diana Dagg were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the SRO Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 3 Those born-or currerntly living in Saskatchewan-were not surprisingly in attendance at the SRO Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. Pictured, from left, are W. Brett Wilson with University of Saskatchewan's Debra Pozega Osburn, president and vice-chancellor Peter Stoicheff and Kathryn Warden.Cal 1112 Wall 4 Taurus Properties co-founders Paul McCloy (left) and Bernie Bayer (right) pictured with Walton Development's Craig Dickie at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 5 Pictured, from left, at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall are Guardian Law Group founding partner Jonathan Denis, Q.C. with Truman Homes president George Trutina and Anacreek Capital president Lee Dowd.Cal 1112 Wall 6 WestJet founder and board chairman Clive Beddoe and his wife Ruth were among the hundreds of guests who attended the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner held Oct 27 at the Hyatt honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 7 Jason Kenney (left) garnered almost as much attention at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner held Oct 27 at the Hyatt as Institute honouree Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. Joining Kenney are Rosanne Hill Blaisdell and her husband Brad Blaisdell.Cal 1112 Wall 9 Pictured with Fraser Institute Founders' Award honouree Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall (right) is what could well be Alberta's next Premier Jason Kenney.Cal 1112 Wall 10 RBC's Jeff Boyd (left) and Cal Malhiot were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.Cal 1112 Wall 11 MNP's Stew Henderson and Dick Haskayne pose for the lens at the Fraser Institute Founders' Award dinner honouring Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. The SRO dinner and award presentation was held Oct 27 at the Hyatt.

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    “Why don’t you wear a Speedo?” was the rhetorical question put to me in reference to my proposed attire for the Willow Park Wines & Spirits (WPWS) 23rd Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5. The theme of this year’s fab fundraiser was Jewels of the Sea-hence the Speedo reference. Now dear readers, before you cough […]

    111416-Cal_1119_Willow_11.JPG-Cal_1119_Willow_11-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1119 Willow 5 The 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 was a great success raising considerable coin for the Vintage Fund. Pictured at the Jewels of the Sea themed event are co-chairs Scott and Suzanne Henuset.Cal 1119 Willow 1 The 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 was a feast for the senses. The Jewels of the Sea-themed event raised significant coin for the Vintage Fund. Pictured are Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation vice-president Liz Ballendine (left) with president and CEO Saifa KoonarCal 1119 Willow 2 Brendan Hunter pulled out all the costume stops for the 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5. The Jewels of the Sea-themed event was Nirvana for lovers of fine wine and food.Cal 1119 Willow 3 Melissa Neal (left) and Jennifer Edgar pulled out all the costume stops for the 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5. The event was themed Jewels of the Sea.Cal 1119 Willow 4 Tattinger 'mermaid' Sarah Bella poses for the lens with Willow Park Wines & Spirits founder Wayne 111416-Cal_1119_Willow_11.JPG-Cal_1119_Willow_11-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1119 Willow 5 The 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 was a great success raising considerable coin for the Vintage Fund. Pictured at the Jewels of the Sea themed event are co-chairs Scott and Suzanne Henuset.Cal 1119 Willow 1 The 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 was a feast for the senses. The Jewels of the Sea-themed event raised significant coin for the Vintage Fund. Pictured are Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation vice-president Liz Ballendine (left) with president and CEO Saifa KoonarCal 1119 Willow 2 Brendan Hunter pulled out all the costume stops for the 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5. The Jewels of the Sea-themed event was Nirvana for lovers of fine wine and food.Cal 1119 Willow 3 Melissa Neal (left) and Jennifer Edgar pulled out all the costume stops for the 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5. The event was themed Jewels of the Sea.Cal 1119 Willow 4 Tattinger 'mermaid' Sarah Bella poses for the lens with Willow Park Wines & Spirits founder Wayne "Captain Jack" Henuset at the Jewels of the Sea themed 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5.Cal 1119 Willow 6 Philanthropist and community leader Ann McCaig (centre) poses for the lens with Calgary Herald columnist Val Fortney (left) and Calgary Herald deputy editor Monica Zurowski at the 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 . The Jewels of the Sea themed event was a great success.Cal 1119 Willow 7 Calgary Herald advertising sales manager Laura Linnell and Brooks and Dodd Consulting's Tom Dodd were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 .Cal 1119 Willow 8 Jennifer Fuhr (left) and Jessie Newton had a great time at the Jewels of the Sea themed 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 .Cal 1119 Willow 9 Secure Energy's Marguerite Amirault and her husband Rene Amirault had a great time at the Jewels of the Sea themed 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 .Cal 1119 Willow 10 Annette Burwash dressed appropriately for the Jewels of the Sea themed 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 .Cal 1119 Willow 12 Willow Park Wines & Spirits' Peggy Perry and her daughter Laura pose for the lens at the Jewels of the Sea themed 23rd Willow Park Wines & Spirits Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 .Cal 1119 Willow 13 Pictured, from left, at Willow Park Wines & Spirits' Jewels of the Sea themed Charity Wine Auction held Nov 5 are Tom Dodd, Peggy Perry, Sheldon Kennedy and Ann McCaig.

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    The Bob Edwards Award Gala is the signature fundraising event for the Calgary Public Library Foundation. A Calgary tradition, the Bob Edwards Award recognizes provocative individuals who are not afraid to speak their minds. The award’s namesake-Edwards- was the editor of a newspaper in the early 1900’s called The Eye Opener and he was considered […]

    111416-Cal_1119_Library_3.JPG-Cal_1119_Library_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1119 Library 1 Pictured at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala held Nov 4 at the Fairmont Palliser are table hosts, Postmedia's Louis 111416-Cal_1119_Library_3.JPG-Cal_1119_Library_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1119 Library 1 Pictured at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala held Nov 4 at the Fairmont Palliser are table hosts, Postmedia's Louis "The Critic" Hobson and former Bob Edwards Award recipient Catherine "Vertebreaker" Ford. The 2016 gala honoured Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 2 All smiles at the Bob Edwards Award Gala held Nov 4 at the Fairmont Palliser are, from left, TD senior vice-president Prairie Region, Brian Gervais, Calgary Public Library Foundation vice-president Brent Buechler and Sue Gervais. The TD presented event honoured Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 4 Among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala held Nov 4 at the Fairmont Palliser honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart are Calgary Public Library Foundation board chair Pat Moore with Brien Perry and his wife, Willow Park Wines & Spirits' Peggy Perry. Willow Park was an event partner again this year.Cal 1119 Library 5 Pictured with Calgary Health Trust board member Sherrold Moore (centre) at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala held Nov 4 at the Fairmont Palliser are Willow Park Wines & Spirits' Wayne Henuset and his wife Liz Henuset. The next evening would see the Henuset's co-host the Willow Park 23rd annual Charity Wine Auction.Cal 1119 Library 6 Joining Mayor Naheed Nenshi at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala held Nov 4 at the Fairmont Palliser are Calgary Public Library Foundation vice-president Brent Buechler (centre) with emcee and previous award honouree W. Brett "Dragon" Wilson. Nenshi would have good-natured fun with Wilson this night by labelling him "Puff".Cal 1119 Library 7 Joining 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouree Bret "Hitman" Hart are Calgary Public Library Foundation treasurer Brenda Nicholls with the Foundation's Council of Champions' Greig Nicholls. The SRO gala was held Nov 4 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 1119 Library 8 Calgary Public Library Foundation CEO Bill Ptacek and his wife Margaret had a wonderful time at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 9 Prairie Merchant Capital vice-president, finance, Peter Blanchard and his wife Veronica Blanchard were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 10 Jeff Kovitz, Q.C., chair, Emeritus, The Banff Centre and Poet Laureate Dr. Micheline Maylor were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 11 Calgary Public Library Foundation president and CEO Paul McIntyre Royston (centre) poses for the lens with ACAD's Cole Ottmann (left) and Business in Calgary publisher Pat Ottmann at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 12 Justin Fleming and Tiffany Corrie were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 13 The 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart was aptly themed Get Ready to Rumble. Pictured at the SRO gala are Hart fans Stamina Papi (left) and Tony Cage.Cal 1119 Library 14 Pacific Wines' Tammy Hutton and United Rentals' Kyle Beyeler had a great time at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart.Cal 1119 Library 15 Village Brewery's Jim Button and Mandy Stobo were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 2016 Bob Edwards Award Gala honouring Bret "Hitman" Hart.

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    Thank goodness for arts organizations for the existence of the the annual Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management. The award is unique in Canada for the value and variety of benefits it provides. Established in 2003, the Rozsa Foundation has given over one million dollars in  cash awards and benefits to date. Each year, […]

    112216-Cal_1126_Rozsa_3.jpg-Cal_1126_Rozsa_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1126 Rozsa 2 Pictured from left at the 2016 Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management held Oct 27 in the Jack Singer are MLA Jamie Kleinestuber, Sue van Weilingen, and Dr. Scott Radford, Associate Dean –Teaching & Learning- Haskayne School of Business.Cal 1126 Rozsa 1 Pictured from left at the 2016 Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management held Oct 27 in the Jack Singer are nominees Steve Schroeder, executive director Calgary International Film Festival and Catherine Broomfield, executive director iHuman Youth Society , Edmonton with 2016 award recipient Eva Cairns, managing producer, Catalyst Theatre, Edmonton112216-Cal_1126_Rozsa_3.jpg-Cal_1126_Rozsa_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1126 Rozsa 2 Pictured from left at the 2016 Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management held Oct 27 in the Jack Singer are MLA Jamie Kleinestuber, Sue van Weilingen, and Dr. Scott Radford, Associate Dean –Teaching & Learning- Haskayne School of Business.Cal 1126 Rozsa 1 Pictured from left at the 2016 Rozsa Award for Excellence in Arts Management held Oct 27 in the Jack Singer are nominees Steve Schroeder, executive director Calgary International Film Festival and Catherine Broomfield, executive director iHuman Youth Society , Edmonton with 2016 award recipient Eva Cairns, managing producer, Catalyst Theatre, Edmonton

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    There are many incredible charitable organizations in our fair city and singling out just one for its amazing work would be a difficult task. That being said, your faithful social scribe has an affinity for Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta.  As many readers know, the House offers a home away from home for out-of-twon families […]

    112216-Cal_1126_Ronald_3.JPG-Cal_1126_Ronald_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1126 Ronald 1 Dennis and Doreen Rabel had a marvellous time at the Taste of Home dinner held Nov 10 in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta. The evening featured a six course meal prepared by some of the best chefs there are.Cal 1126 Ronald 2 Pictured at the Taste of Home dinner held Nov 10 in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are Rhanda Bonet-Graham (left) and Jennifer McGhee. The evening featured a six course meal prepared by some of the best chefs there are.Cal 1126 Ronald 4 Striking a pose at the 1920's themed Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are, from left, Sarah Heibein, Michelle Caplan, Alyssa Kelly and Morgan Scott.Cal 1126 Ronald 5 Striking a pose at the 1920's themed Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are event manager Sandi Ferchau with colleague Sara Taylor. The six-course dinner raised $100,000 for the House.Cal 1126 Ronald 6 Having a great time at the Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are, from left, Katherine Eberly, Dr. Reed Ferber, Jennifer Hamilton and Dr. Gordon McLachlin,Cal 1126 Ronald 7 Pictured, from left, at the Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are Steve Knox, Sandra Stark, Boun Tea and Tara Murray. The 1920's themed event featured a six-course meal and succeeded in raising $100,000 for the House.Cal 1126 Ronald 7 Pictured, from left, at the Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are Chop Canada host Brad Smith with Shawn Rocchi, chef at Ronald McDonald House Charities Hamilton, News Talk 770's Betty Jo Kaiser and National Women's Olympic Hockey team member Jill Saulnier. The evening featured, among other things, an incredible six-course meal.112216-Cal_1126_Ronald_3.JPG-Cal_1126_Ronald_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1126 Ronald 1 Dennis and Doreen Rabel had a marvellous time at the Taste of Home dinner held Nov 10 in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta. The evening featured a six course meal prepared by some of the best chefs there are.Cal 1126 Ronald 2 Pictured at the Taste of Home dinner held Nov 10 in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are Rhanda Bonet-Graham (left) and Jennifer McGhee. The evening featured a six course meal prepared by some of the best chefs there are.Cal 1126 Ronald 4 Striking a pose at the 1920's themed Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are, from left, Sarah Heibein, Michelle Caplan, Alyssa Kelly and Morgan Scott.Cal 1126 Ronald 5 Striking a pose at the 1920's themed Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are event manager Sandi Ferchau with colleague Sara Taylor. The six-course dinner raised $100,000 for the House.Cal 1126 Ronald 6 Having a great time at the Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are, from left, Katherine Eberly, Dr. Reed Ferber, Jennifer Hamilton and Dr. Gordon McLachlin,Cal 1126 Ronald 7 Pictured, from left, at the Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are Steve Knox, Sandra Stark, Boun Tea and Tara Murray. The 1920's themed event featured a six-course meal and succeeded in raising $100,000 for the House.Cal 1126 Ronald 7 Pictured, from left, at the Taste of Home dinner in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Southern Alberta are Chop Canada host Brad Smith with Shawn Rocchi, chef at Ronald McDonald House Charities Hamilton, News Talk 770's Betty Jo Kaiser and National Women's Olympic Hockey team member Jill Saulnier. The evening featured, among other things, an incredible six-course meal.

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    The early bird gets the worm is an oft used expression. The early bird gets the dough is more apt in this particular case. You see, it was December 2015 that Jayman MasterBUILT chairman and community leader Jay Westman sent out a letter to his vast network of business associates and friends asking them to […]

    112216-Cal_1126_Seed_12.jpg-Cal_1126_Seed_12-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1126 Seed 1 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception, pre-cursor to the Seeds of Hope Gala in support of the Mustard Seed are Heather Wile and her husband Mustard Seed CEO Stephen Wile with RGO's Dave Orr and his wife Cathy Orr. The reception was held in the home of gala co-chairs Jay and Karen Westman.Cal 1126 Seed 2 Among the select group of guests in attendance at the Golden Seed reception, pre-cursor to the Seeds of Hope Gala in support of the Mustard Seed were, from left, Krita Investments' Ike Kolias with Renoir Management's Cindy and Tim Down.Cal 1126 Seed 3 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are ARC Financial's Mac Van Wielingen, Karen Westman and Lafarge Canada's Bob Spence.Cal 1126 Seed 4 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are Bonnie Leach, Jay Westman and Donna Morrison. The Seeds of Hope Gala held a few weeks later was an enormous success and raised $712,000.Cal 1126 Seed 5 CSI Leasing's Ebony Lewis and Rogers Insurance's Lee Rogers had a wonderful time at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman. The Seeds of Hope Gala- in support of the Mustard Seed-held a few weeks later was an enormous success raising $712,000.Cal 1126 Seed 6 Bill Borger and Jaime Rasmussen were among the select group of supporters in attendance at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman. The reception was the pre-cursor to The Seeds of Hope Gala in support of the Mustard Seed.Cal 1126 Seed 7 Having a great time, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are Marc Staniloff, Jay Westman, Herald social scribe Bill Brooks and ARC Financial's Mac Van Wielingen. The reception was the pre-cursor to The Seeds of Hope Gala held a few weeks later. An impressive $712,000 was raised for the Mustard Seed from the two events.Cal 1126 Seed 8 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are Jay Westman's ace e.a. Deb Baker with Jayman MasterBUILT CFO Aasit Amin and his wife Jayshri.Cal 1126 Seed 10 Posing for the lens at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are philanthropist Gary Nissen and Klopp Richards & Associates' Dina Klopp.Cal 1126 Seed 9 Among the select group of supporters in attendance at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman were, from left, Jayman MasterBUILT's Nicole Westman-Jones and her husband Chris Jones with Qualico's Glynn and Lorna Hendry.Cal 1126 Seed 11 Pictured, from left, at the Seeds of Hope Gala held Nov 4 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park are Dave and Penny Evans with Colleen and Denny Hop. The hillbilly sheik themed event raised $712,000 for the Mustard Seed.Cal 1126 Seed 13 Kern and Linda Briscoe were among the scores of supporters in attendance at the Seeds of Hope Gala held Nov 4 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park.112216-Cal_1126_Seed_12.jpg-Cal_1126_Seed_12-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1126 Seed 1 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception, pre-cursor to the Seeds of Hope Gala in support of the Mustard Seed are Heather Wile and her husband Mustard Seed CEO Stephen Wile with RGO's Dave Orr and his wife Cathy Orr. The reception was held in the home of gala co-chairs Jay and Karen Westman.Cal 1126 Seed 2 Among the select group of guests in attendance at the Golden Seed reception, pre-cursor to the Seeds of Hope Gala in support of the Mustard Seed were, from left, Krita Investments' Ike Kolias with Renoir Management's Cindy and Tim Down.Cal 1126 Seed 3 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are ARC Financial's Mac Van Wielingen, Karen Westman and Lafarge Canada's Bob Spence.Cal 1126 Seed 4 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are Bonnie Leach, Jay Westman and Donna Morrison. The Seeds of Hope Gala held a few weeks later was an enormous success and raised $712,000.Cal 1126 Seed 5 CSI Leasing's Ebony Lewis and Rogers Insurance's Lee Rogers had a wonderful time at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman. The Seeds of Hope Gala- in support of the Mustard Seed-held a few weeks later was an enormous success raising $712,000.Cal 1126 Seed 6 Bill Borger and Jaime Rasmussen were among the select group of supporters in attendance at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman. The reception was the pre-cursor to The Seeds of Hope Gala in support of the Mustard Seed.Cal 1126 Seed 7 Having a great time, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are Marc Staniloff, Jay Westman, Herald social scribe Bill Brooks and ARC Financial's Mac Van Wielingen. The reception was the pre-cursor to The Seeds of Hope Gala held a few weeks later. An impressive $712,000 was raised for the Mustard Seed from the two events.Cal 1126 Seed 8 Pictured, from left, at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are Jay Westman's ace e.a. Deb Baker with Jayman MasterBUILT CFO Aasit Amin and his wife Jayshri.Cal 1126 Seed 10 Posing for the lens at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman are philanthropist Gary Nissen and Klopp Richards & Associates' Dina Klopp.Cal 1126 Seed 9 Among the select group of supporters in attendance at the Golden Seed reception held in the home of Jay and Karen Westman were, from left, Jayman MasterBUILT's Nicole Westman-Jones and her husband Chris Jones with Qualico's Glynn and Lorna Hendry.Cal 1126 Seed 11 Pictured, from left, at the Seeds of Hope Gala held Nov 4 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park are Dave and Penny Evans with Colleen and Denny Hop. The hillbilly sheik themed event raised $712,000 for the Mustard Seed.Cal 1126 Seed 13 Kern and Linda Briscoe were among the scores of supporters in attendance at the Seeds of Hope Gala held Nov 4 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park.

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    GMP FirstEnergy’s open house  Nov 23 proved the perfect way to kick off the festive season.  Readers may recall that  GMP Securities combined its energy businesses with Calgary-based FirstEnergy Capital to create GMP FirstEnergy this past September. The new corporation is  a leading independent global energy investment bank with offices in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, New […]

    112816-Cal_1203_GMP_3.JPG-Cal_1203_GMP_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1203 GMP 1 The who is who in the 'patch' gathered in the offices of the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy for a seasonal celebration. Pictured, from left, are Canada Action's Cody Bettershill, Steel Reef's Lane McKay, Lakeview Energy's Kelvin Johnston and GMP FirstEnergy's Nicholas Johnson.Cal 1203 GMP 2 Pictured at the GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23 are GMP FirstEnergy's Breanna Richard (left) and Oana Stanculescu. The festive fete was attended by a veritable who is who in the patch.Cal 1203 GMP 4 The Fraser Institute's Kira DeVries is pictured with institute president and CEO Niels Veldhuis at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23.Cal 1203 GMP 5 TD Wealth's Jon Cornish and Kiran Cornish were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23.Cal 1203 GMP 6 Pictured at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23 are GMP FirstEnergy's Kathy Hnatiuk with Crescent Point Energy president and CEO Scott Saxberg.Cal 1203 GMP 7 Pictured at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23 are GMP FirstEnergy deputy chairman Jim Davidson (left) and president John Chambers.Cal 1203 GMP 8 GMP FirstEnergy CFO Deborah Starkman (left) and Beverley McCartney were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at GMP FirstEnergy's seasonal celebration held Nov 23.112816-Cal_1203_GMP_3.JPG-Cal_1203_GMP_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1203 GMP 1 The who is who in the 'patch' gathered in the offices of the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy for a seasonal celebration. Pictured, from left, are Canada Action's Cody Bettershill, Steel Reef's Lane McKay, Lakeview Energy's Kelvin Johnston and GMP FirstEnergy's Nicholas Johnson.Cal 1203 GMP 2 Pictured at the GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23 are GMP FirstEnergy's Breanna Richard (left) and Oana Stanculescu. The festive fete was attended by a veritable who is who in the patch.Cal 1203 GMP 4 The Fraser Institute's Kira DeVries is pictured with institute president and CEO Niels Veldhuis at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23.Cal 1203 GMP 5 TD Wealth's Jon Cornish and Kiran Cornish were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23.Cal 1203 GMP 6 Pictured at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23 are GMP FirstEnergy's Kathy Hnatiuk with Crescent Point Energy president and CEO Scott Saxberg.Cal 1203 GMP 7 Pictured at the newly merged GMP FirstEnergy seasonal celebration held Nov 23 are GMP FirstEnergy deputy chairman Jim Davidson (left) and president John Chambers.Cal 1203 GMP 8 GMP FirstEnergy CFO Deborah Starkman (left) and Beverley McCartney were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at GMP FirstEnergy's seasonal celebration held Nov 23.

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    The Van Horne Institute, based at the University of Calgary, recently celebrated 25 years in the development of educational programs and public policy research in transportation, supply chain and logistics. The Institute works with universities across the country, including the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary, Mount Royal University, SAIT, Universities of […]

    112816-Cal_1203_Horne_4.jpg-Cal_1203_Horne_4-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1203 Horne 2 Pictured, from left, at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute are Jim Dewald, Dean, Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary, Michael Colborne, president and CEO, Pacific Western Group of Companies and Van Horne Institute Board Member and Barb Colborne.Cal 1203 Horne 1 Pictured, from left, at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute are ELLE and Associates president Linda Lucas, Bryndis Whitson, manager of strategic development and member relations, Van Horne Institute and Triskele Logistics president Corrie Banks.Cal 1203 Horne 3 The 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute, held in the Crystal Ballroom at the Fairmont Palliser was an SRO success. Pictured at the celebratory dinner are, from left, David Colledge, president of Colledge Transportation Consulting Inc. , Chestemere mayor Patricia Matthews, Van Horne Institute chairman Stephen Shepherdson and Esther Nagtegaal, Assistant Deputy Minister Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation and Van Horne Institute board member.Cal 1203 Horne 5 Among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute were, from left, DIALOG architects Rob Adamson and Jim Goodwin, Dhamitha Wirasinghe and Chan Wirasinghe, professor of Civil Engineering, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary and academic director of the Centre for Transportation for the Van Horne Institute.Cal 1203 Horne 6 Laleh Behjat, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary and Bill Rosehart, Dean, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute.112816-Cal_1203_Horne_4.jpg-Cal_1203_Horne_4-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1203 Horne 2 Pictured, from left, at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute are Jim Dewald, Dean, Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary, Michael Colborne, president and CEO, Pacific Western Group of Companies and Van Horne Institute Board Member and Barb Colborne.Cal 1203 Horne 1 Pictured, from left, at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute are ELLE and Associates president Linda Lucas, Bryndis Whitson, manager of strategic development and member relations, Van Horne Institute and Triskele Logistics president Corrie Banks.Cal 1203 Horne 3 The 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute, held in the Crystal Ballroom at the Fairmont Palliser was an SRO success. Pictured at the celebratory dinner are, from left, David Colledge, president of Colledge Transportation Consulting Inc. , Chestemere mayor Patricia Matthews, Van Horne Institute chairman Stephen Shepherdson and Esther Nagtegaal, Assistant Deputy Minister Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation and Van Horne Institute board member.Cal 1203 Horne 5 Among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute were, from left, DIALOG architects Rob Adamson and Jim Goodwin, Dhamitha Wirasinghe and Chan Wirasinghe, professor of Civil Engineering, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary and academic director of the Centre for Transportation for the Van Horne Institute.Cal 1203 Horne 6 Laleh Behjat, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary and Bill Rosehart, Dean, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the SRO 25th Anniversary of the Van Horne Institute.

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    It’s not as easy as it looks. And ‘it’ would be competing in a dance competition-without having had years of formal training.  The annual Dancing With Calgary Stars features well-known Calgarians being partnered with young dance competition students for an evening of fun and philanthropy. Brain-child of Calgary Dance Academy’s Dawn Litzenberger, Dancing With Calgary […]

    120416-Cal_1210_Dance_3.JPG-Cal_1210_Dance_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1210 Dance 1 The 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre was the most successful to date and raised funds for both CUPS and the Calgary Dance Academy. Pictured are Laureen Harper (left) and dancing star Kathy Hays.Cal 1210 Dance 2 Pictured, from left, at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Patti and Larry O'Connor with well known Calgarian and dancing star this night Irene Besse.Cal 1210 Dance 4 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Rocky View Development Council member Nancy Calvin with Anstice's Cynthia Moore. Moore's mom Pat was one of the dancing stars this night.Cal 1210 Dance5 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are the Coulter family. From left Allan Coulter, daughter Grace Coulter, Olympian Michelle Cameron Coulter and her mom Jacqueline Cameron. Michelle was one of the dancing stars this night.Cal 1210 Dance 6 The 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre was the most successful to date raising funds for both the Calgary Dance Academy and CUPS. Pictured are CUPS' Dean Schroeder and Carlene Donnelly.Cal 1210 Dance 7 Vicki and Brent Buechler were among those in attendance at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre.Cal 1210 Dance 8 Pictured, from left, at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Calgary Stampede Foundation vice-president Sarah Hayes with legendary philanthropists Don and Ruth Taylor. Hayes was one of the dancing stars at last years' competition.Cal 1210 Dance 10 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are dancers Denis Lvov and Iveta Milciute. The talented duo have placed first in numerous categories in many a dance competition.Cal 1210 Dance 9 Doing her best paso doble pose for the lens at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Kathy Hays and Fred Balm. Hays performed the 'bull fighter' dance this night while Balm performed the number in the competition's first year.Cal 1210 Dance 11 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Olesya Dmitrieva with dancing star CUPS' board vice-chair Chad Robinson.Cal 1210 Dance 12 Andre Chabot is not only a dedicated Councillor , but a heck of a dancer as well- evidenced by his performance at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre. Joining Chabot is his dance partner Shawni Northrup.Cal 1210 Dance 13 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are the Calgary 'stars' with their professionally trained dance partners. The evening was not only a ton of fun but philanthropic as well with proceeds raised benefitting the Calgary Dance Academy and CUPS.Cal 1210 Dance 14 Sean Chu is not only a dedicated Councillor but an impressive dancer as well evidenced by his performance at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre. Joining Chu are his daughters Sienna (left) and Jasmine.120416-Cal_1210_Dance_3.JPG-Cal_1210_Dance_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 1210 Dance 1 The 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre was the most successful to date and raised funds for both CUPS and the Calgary Dance Academy. Pictured are Laureen Harper (left) and dancing star Kathy Hays.Cal 1210 Dance 2 Pictured, from left, at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Patti and Larry O'Connor with well known Calgarian and dancing star this night Irene Besse.Cal 1210 Dance 4 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Rocky View Development Council member Nancy Calvin with Anstice's Cynthia Moore. Moore's mom Pat was one of the dancing stars this night.Cal 1210 Dance5 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are the Coulter family. From left Allan Coulter, daughter Grace Coulter, Olympian Michelle Cameron Coulter and her mom Jacqueline Cameron. Michelle was one of the dancing stars this night.Cal 1210 Dance 6 The 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars gala held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre was the most successful to date raising funds for both the Calgary Dance Academy and CUPS. Pictured are CUPS' Dean Schroeder and Carlene Donnelly.Cal 1210 Dance 7 Vicki and Brent Buechler were among those in attendance at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre.Cal 1210 Dance 8 Pictured, from left, at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Calgary Stampede Foundation vice-president Sarah Hayes with legendary philanthropists Don and Ruth Taylor. Hayes was one of the dancing stars at last years' competition.Cal 1210 Dance 10 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are dancers Denis Lvov and Iveta Milciute. The talented duo have placed first in numerous categories in many a dance competition.Cal 1210 Dance 9 Doing her best paso doble pose for the lens at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Kathy Hays and Fred Balm. Hays performed the 'bull fighter' dance this night while Balm performed the number in the competition's first year.Cal 1210 Dance 11 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are Olesya Dmitrieva with dancing star CUPS' board vice-chair Chad Robinson.Cal 1210 Dance 12 Andre Chabot is not only a dedicated Councillor , but a heck of a dancer as well- evidenced by his performance at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre. Joining Chabot is his dance partner Shawni Northrup.Cal 1210 Dance 13 Pictured at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre are the Calgary 'stars' with their professionally trained dance partners. The evening was not only a ton of fun but philanthropic as well with proceeds raised benefitting the Calgary Dance Academy and CUPS.Cal 1210 Dance 14 Sean Chu is not only a dedicated Councillor but an impressive dancer as well evidenced by his performance at the 5th annual Dancing With the Calgary Stars dinner and dance competition held Nov 30 at the BMO Centre. Joining Chu are his daughters Sienna (left) and Jasmine.

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