The Lougheed Conservatives swept into power in Alberta in 1971. For the next decade and a half, the Lougheed government combined a sophisticated and visionary view of the role of culture in society with the affluence of an oil boom to foster a remarkable artistic renaissance in the province. Fil Fraser, a nationally recognized filmmaker, broadcaster, journalist and social activist, was at the heart of that cultural revolution. In these memoirs, Fraser recalls the unforgettable personalities and amazing achievements that gave rise to Alberta’s Camelot.