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Evan Buhler

Evan Buhler

Recent Work by Evan

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
Van Tighem, Correy represent Bow Valley in Banff Mountain Book Competition

Van Tighem, Correy represent Bow Valley in Banff Mountain Book Competition

A pair of Canmore authors have been bound as category finalists of the Banff Mountain Book Competition.
Banff Pride gearing up for biggest and best celebration

Banff Pride gearing up for biggest and best celebration

Banff Pride week is entering its ninth year of celebrating the diversity of the LGBTQ2+ community in the Bow Valley and kicks off on Friday (Oct. 1)
Canmore welcomes first Pride week

Canmore welcomes first Pride week

“As a community we have come a long way, but there is definitely still a lot of work to be done and I think it’s a lot about education as well. There is a really wide spectrum of queerness and we really want people to understand that.”
PHOTOS: Freediving in the Canadian Rockies

PHOTOS: Freediving in the Canadian Rockies

PHOTOS: Freediving in the Canadian Rockies
Banff art walk invites visitors to reconnect with nature

Banff art walk invites visitors to reconnect with nature

Starting near the Banff Park Museum and finishing near the top of Bow Falls the 1.5-kilometre tree-lined trail features the work of 20 Bow Valley artists
PHOTOS: Kananaskis River surfing

PHOTOS: Kananaskis River surfing

Kananskis Country is known for many things, but it's often not as well known for the surfing it offers for people on the Kananaskis River.
Solo exhibit pushes boundaries of viewers imagination

Solo exhibit pushes boundaries of viewers imagination

McKeown channelled her creativity over the past year and a half, into self-portraiture and still life, eventually building up a large enough body of work for her first solo exhibition
Fighting food insecurity in the Bow Valley with free meals

Fighting food insecurity in the Bow Valley with free meals

“I go out on the food deliveries for this free initiative and the things you see – I guarantee you that there are many many people in Canmore that do not have a clue about the level of hardship and poverty that exists on a daily basis in this town."
PHOTOS: Stoney Nation memorialize 215 children found at former Kamloops Residential School

PHOTOS: Stoney Nation memorialize 215 children found at former Kamloops Residential School

Members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation recognized the 215 children found in a mass grave at the former Kamloops Residential School by tying 215 teddy bears to a fence along the Trans-Canada Highway.