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Chan Hon Goh

Making an elegant exit
By Kathleen Smith

Of her final performances with The National Ballet of Canada, retiring ballerina Chan Hon Goh says simply, “I hope to dance well.”

Marc Boivin

In The Studio

“Choices that lead toward the creation of a work bear meaning,” says Marc Boivin.

Choreography with Kin

By Ann-Marie Williams

Several prominent Canadian choreographers, Karen Kaeja, Laurence Lemieux, Santee Smith and Eryn Dace Trudell, have all recently created work with their children for the professional stage.



By Megan Andrews

All in the family

Making Waves

Jung-Ah Chung is navigating new environments

Marking Time

By Amy Bowring

Les Ballets Russes: 100 Years

Defining moment

Dancemakers member Kate Hilliard

Dance on DVD

By Emma Doran

Peggy Baker: The Choreographer’s Trust

Short Waves

By Amy Bowring, Marie Claire Forté

Lola MacLaughlin 1952-2009; CDA reports to Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage; Second season of So You Think You Can Dance Canada; Canadian Artists win at the Bruhn Competition; Recent dance on screen; Anniversaries

Expert advice

On Intensive Training from Ginette Hamel

Emerging Views

By Kate Stashko

Tara Williamson of Richmond, BC, is in her third season with Alberta Ballet


Lynda Gaudreau, Compagnie de Brune in Montréal

From Our Archives

Volume 5, Issue 1, May 2002

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