WINNIPEG — Folklorama’s 49th annual multicultural party is in the books for another year, but organizers are pushing forward already with bigger plans for 2019.
“Just because the Festival has come to a close, it doesn’t mean we are slowing down. We are working away on some exciting initiatives to celebrate our 50th anniversary and will release details in the coming months,” said Teresa Cotroneo, acting executive director.
JASPER, Alta. – Smoke from wildfires that’s blanketing parts of Alberta does more than just irritate the eyes and throats of visitors to the province’s mountain parks — it obscures the spectacular scenery that many have travelled thousands of kilometres to see.
“I did have a couple the other day that were quite disappointed. They were looking at the photographs on the wall and kind of complained, ‘We can’t see any of this stuff,'” said Jeremy Salisbury at Tekarra Color Lab, which sells cameras supplies, photos and art in Jasper.