Mayor Borrowman joined us on air this morning to talk about being a courteous cyclist and a new special event review committee. Tanya and I also discussed local long weekend events like the Folk Fest and WWI Tavern Night, things you can’t do in a National Park, and whether recent power outages are bad luck or part of a squirrel uprising.
I got a chance to speak with Danielle Foisy about the Victory Thrift Store Back to School Program!
The Rotary Club of Canmore are changing up their educational grant program, opening it up to anyone from Canmore, Exshaw, and Kananaskis of any age who would like to further their education or skills.
When one thinks of the words ‘Dance’ and ‘Banff’ together, usually the next words that come to mind are ‘Kim Mayberry’.
Stunning wildflowers and gorgeous views – Sunshine Meadows is enjoying an unusually long summer season this year.
The Subaru Banff Triathlon returns Saturday, September 12th and they could use some help both on their organizing committee and on race day.
Dynamic Canadian singer-songwriter Royal Wood returns to the Bow Valley this Sunday afternoon with an outdoor performance at The Banff Centre’s Shaw Amphitheatre.
On today’s Insider Tanya and I discussed Wednesday’s tornado warnings in Calgary and why a twister in the Bow Valley is improbable but not impossible, the new Telus phone tower/fake tree in Canmore, the dismantling of the illegal Randy Savage trail (with comments from the Macho Man himself), why we don’t see a Pemberton-like mess at our local festivals, and more!