In honour of Sexual Health Month, Louise Nieder-Heitmann from the Bow Valley Primary Care Network has been joining me on the show regularly for Let’s Talk: Love, Relationships, and Sexual Health. If you missed any of the segments you can listen to them all below.
The stakes are high tonight as the Canmore Eagles end the regular season with a match against the Olds Grizzlys. The Eagles trail the Grizzlys by just one point in the standings and while a win tonight won’t cement a 5th place finish as Olds plays again tomorrow, it would go a long way towards a more favourable berth and matchups in the upcoming post-season.
Tanya referenced the above two videos from the Biosphere Institute and Grade 4 LGMS students when we discussed some disappointing recycling numbers presented by the Town of Canmore this week. We also discussed the end of Banff Centre Radio and the train car still sitting in 40 Mile Creek among other subjects. Also, a big thanks to Luke and Julia from Tourism Canmore Kananaskis for joining us this morning to discuss Canmore Uncorked and a striking similarity between the brands of Canmore and Jasper.
Registration for the Rundle Mountain Cycling Club‘s upcoming season opens this Sunday.
The Banff Communuty High School Drama department presents The Ronda M. Leacock Memorial Beauty Pageant. It’s the world premiere of an original comedy at the Margaret Greenham Theatre this weekend!
C.R.A.P. (Canmore Residents Against Poop) are a group of locals hoping to not only clean up our town but also promote a more positive attitude about our dog poop problem.
Banff Mayor Karen Sorensen joined me on the show today to recap Monday’s council meeting – the adoption of the Trails Master Plan and what that means and a new incentive program for people interested in installing solar PV panels on their home.
Canmore Uncorked returns for 2015 with some of last year’s favourites, some exciting new events, and a great new #ShakeItOffCanmore promotional video!