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New album keeps Bamford busy TERESA MALLAM arts@pgfreepress.com

His career just keeps getting Better. Country singer-songwriter Gord Bamford talked with the Free Press recently about his 24-date cross-Canada tour in support of his major label debut (Sony Music Entertainment Canada) with Is It Friday Yet? Right now, Bamford, who hails from Lacombe, Alberta, is on the second leg of the tour which takes him from Winnipeg to Chilliwack. He plays Prince George Playhouse on May 16. This year has meant kicking up his already successful career a few more notches. “It’s definitely been elevated to the next level with this tour, that’s for sure, so that’s been good,” he said. The artist has played both small and large towns starting in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Besides being a hard-working songwriter, live performer and recording artist, Bamford is well known as a philanthropist (he heads up the Gord Bamford Charitable Foundation) and a devoted family man. How has having three children changed the way he thinks about life and how he views the world – and how has that affected his songwriting? “Children change your life, children in general really because I’m a big fan of kids but obviously my own (children) have had an influence not just on me as a songwriter but me as a person. “They make you see what’s important and that helps you to accomplish in life and it’s been great. But I also try to make sure with the songs I write and put on records, that I have enough versatility there to reach out to all sorts of different demographics. Make sure the

songs are connecting.” Such as Is It Friday Yet? “Yeah, for sure.” (He laughs.) “That’s a good example.” Although he’s a tad road weary, Bamford says the tour so far has been fun and exhilarating (and also a little painful). “It’s been great. It’s been a long run. It’s a long time on the bus but it’s part of promoting the record. Right across the country, it’s been a very good response... I had a few health issues at the beginning (with) my gall bladder... but I’m well now.” What can local fans expect from the concert? “Well, it’s a lot smaller show than what we played in Prince George before and we’re looking forward to that, just for the fact of the intimacy of the show and spending time with fans. We’re really looking forward to it.” No promises, but Bamford will likely perform most of his hits like Stayed ‘Til Two, Put Some Alcohol On It, Raise the Bar, Cheap Date, Better, Kids, In This Town, Blame it on the Red Dress and Heroes. “We have a great live band and a great flow to the show. We’ve obviously been very fortunate to have lots of hits, so it will be almost a whole night of songs that people have heard and can relate to. It’s a pretty high-energy show.” Joining Bamford on his Canadian Tour will be special guests including 2011 CCMA Group of the Year Hey Romeo, a cool country trio with Stacie Roper on vocals, Rob Shapiro on keyboards and Darren Gusnowsky on guitar. The group is releasing their third studio album in June. Gord Bamford plays the Prince George Playhouse on Wednesday, May 16. Tickets are on sale at all Ticketmaster locations. For more information about the artist, visit www. gordbamford.com.

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■ HEROES TOUR MAY 18

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George Canyon can see how things have changed for diabetics in the past 30 years. “I wanted to be a pilot,” the Canadian country singer says over the phone. “I was in Air Cadets. After I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and spent a week in the hospital, I went back, and got called into the commander’s office. I thought I was in trouble for missing a meeting. “He told me, ‘You’ll never be a pilot. If you’d like, you can stay in Air Cadets, but you’ll never fly.’” One of the guests on Canyon’s Diabetes Heroes Tour, which stops in Prince George on May 18, is Lindsey Carswell, 19. She’s a student at the University of Guelph, and she’s earning her recreational pilot’s license. That day at Air Cadets, Canyon says, “I left the office with my head hanging so low, my jaw was probably in the dirt. “In North America, we ignore the psychological side of diabetes, especially in kids.” That’s one of the reasons Can-

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the hospital, got the diagnosis, and spent a week in hospital, which was normal then.” He says his dad, having a medical background, was probably more protective of him than he needed to be, especially when it came to the frequency of tests. “It gave me the discipline and self-control I needed to deal with the disease. “No Type 1 diabetic is fully controlled, no matter what they might think.” The evening will start with a discussion of diabetes and family dynamics, followed by an interactive session with the Diabetes Heroes, and conclude with a performance by Canyon. “We’re going to do a bit more of a show this year,” he says. “I’m bringing my drummer, pianist and bass player. A lot of it will be stuff people hopefully know, but I want to play a couple of songs off the children’s album I’m working on.” The show at the Prince George Playhouse is limited to individuals and families living L with Type 1 diabetes. Fre e Pre s s file p h o to The show runs Canadian country star George Canyon will be playing for a select from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on audience when he returns to Prince George May 18. May 18. Individuals ets by going to www.animas.ca/ come, first-served basis. There and families with Type 1 george2012. Seating is limited is a maximum of five seats per diabetes can get free tick- and will be assigned on a first- request.

CNC sees small surplus About two months ago, the College of New Caledonia was looking at a $2.3 million budget shortfall for next year. At its April 27 board meeting, a budget was approved which sees a surplus of $24,690. “There will be no suspensions or cancellations of existing services or programs,” President John Bowman said in a press release. “The impact on students and the community will be very minimal.” The shortfall was addressed by reallocating unused budget amounts in several areas; including additional and deferred revenues; bringing in a two per cent tuition increase; reducing spending on equipment; and not replacing vacant full-time administrative, faculty and staff positions.

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As well, some faculty and staff took early retirement or voluntary severance packages. “Unfortunately,” Bowman said, “it has been necessary to issue four layoff notices to faculty members, two of which have options for a reduced workload. All four could also be rescinded before they come into effect on July 31.”

EXECUTIVE RETURNS All three executive members of the CNC board were re-acclaimed to their positions at the April 27 meeting. Robert Murray was re-acclaimed as chair for the second straight year. Keith Playfair was re-acclaimed as vice-chair for regional campuses. Linda Smerychynski was re-acclaimed vice-chair for P.G.

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Photographers snap up awards TERESA MALLAM

All three women belong to the Prince George Photographic Society and, naturally, they share a passion for photography. But now they’ve shared an experience that very few professional photographers will have in their lifetime. And they agree the next step is to achieve their Masters, a Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) designation that truly sets them apart as having produced a body of stunningly beautiful images. For now though, they are proud of being able to add CPA after their names. While in Halifax picking up their new “titles,� the trio did get in a little sightseeing, shopping and dining on fresh lobster. For Wilder, the event always offers an opportunity to mingle with other professional photographers, trade stories and share a few tips on technique. “You learn a lot when you go to these things – of course it’s wonderful to get awards but you also get ideas from other photographers. “Everybody is very creative of course and they are able to put their ideas together.� The Craftsman of Photo-

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Three talented Prince George photographers returned from a major awards ceremony in Halifax with happy memories – and national recognition in their chosen field. Debbie Malm, Tina Cyr and Ute Wilder were presented with Craftsman of Photographic Arts awards at the Professional Photographers of Canada annual awards banquet held April 24 in Halifax. British Columbia as a province – and for sure Prince George – was well represented in the photographers’ winners’ circle. “B.C. really rocked it,� said Cyr, who had four of her images accepted and exhibited in the BC Image Salon in March, while Malm was awarded a Best in Class trophy for her Portrait of a Child class image: Hat On, Hat Off and had two of her images accepted in the B.C. Image Salon. And Wilder, featured in an Oct. 20, 2011 Free Press story with a picture of her “haul� of ribbons and trophy, was also recognized for several of her outdoor images.

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Debbie Malm, left, Tina L. Cyr and Ute Wilder with their prestigious Craftsman of Photographic Arts awards from the Professional Photographers of Canada. The awards were presented at the association’s annual awards banquet held April 24 in Halifax. graphic Arts award is given to PPOC members whose images accepted into the annual PPOC

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