May 2008

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May 2008 Cover

The Year Alberta Stayed Home

It was to be an election for the ages, the year Alberta re-embraced democracy. So what happened? A look back on the 2008 campaign.

Published in Vol 11, No 4, May 2008, pgs 26-29


Urban v. Rural

A farmer shall lead us—and so our province’s oldest conflict is rekindled. Can Ed Stelmach balance the competing desires of urban and rural Alberta?

Published in Vol 11, No 4, May 2008, pgs 30-35


(A) Little Jazz on the Prairie

Alberta is home to the most innovative jazz dance program in the world. Decidedly Jazz Danceworks celebrates 25 years of rule-breaking.

Published in Vol 11, No 4, May 2008, pgs 42-45


Sculpting a Legacy

We have bountiful clay reserves and a rich history of ceramic art. Meet one of Alberta’s best ceramicists, the understated Jean LaPointe Mihalcheon.

Published in Vol 11, No 4, May 2008, pgs 36-41