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Brent Calver

Brent Calver

Having grown up in and around Okotoks, Brent Calver has an intrinsic love for his hometown and the greater Foothills community. His curiosity and passion for creating good storytelling imagery drives his work.

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587-325-6248
Email
bcalver@okotoks.greatwest.ca
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Recent Work by Brent

Okotoks marks first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

Okotoks marks first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

The day was established to honour the lost children and survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities as one of the 94 calls to action by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Black Diamond area Ranch Kids start brand to rep way of life

Black Diamond area Ranch Kids start brand to rep way of life

Learning the ropes early is a fact of ranching life for brothers Jack and Casey Emerson
Indigenous men march 40 km to residential school site near Okotoks

Indigenous men march 40 km to residential school site near Okotoks

"The whole journey is a march for awareness, and our own little sacrifice for our people as well,” said Dan Boudreau, a Métis father of three .
HBO’s  The Last of Us looking to southern Alberta for talent

HBO’s The Last of Us looking to southern Alberta for talent

A major television production is looking to Okotoks and area for talent. Producers of HBO’s episodic adaptation of game The Last of Us have put out casting calls in Okotoks, High River, Fort MacLeod, and Llethbridge areas for extras.
Foothills region parks among those to require new access fee

Foothills region parks among those to require new access fee

Beginning June 1, visitors to Bluerock Wildland Provincial Park, Sheep River Provincial Park, and Mesa Butte Provincial Recreation Area will be charged $15 per day or $90 per year.
Vaccinations underway at Cargill plant near High River

Vaccinations underway at Cargill plant near High River

Beginning the morning of April 29 and running for two and a half days, workers at the site of Canada's largest COVID-19 outbreak will be able to access the Moderna vaccine.
Okotoks RCMP and Calgary Police confirm no validity to human trafficking posts

Okotoks RCMP and Calgary Police confirm no validity to human trafficking posts

Local social media groups were buzzing after a post circulated on March 16 detailing an attempted abduction near Winners in Okotoks.
Okotoks resident warns against fraudulent RV ads

Okotoks resident warns against fraudulent RV ads

Several people sent to Okotoks address through fake Kijiji ad.
DeWinton man charged with sexual assault of students found dead

DeWinton man charged with sexual assault of students found dead

Multiple victims identified in sex crimes dating back two decades
Driving cattle west of Turner Valley a mix of tradition and practicality

Driving cattle west of Turner Valley a mix of tradition and practicality

Driving cattle on horseback to the base of the Rockies isn’t just history, but still a fact of life for Foothills ranchers.