Do you care about Bears?
This morning I had a chance to welcome Glenn Naylor on-air one final time. After 36 years with Alberta Parks Glenn is retiring to the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. He’s been a tireless promoter of human-wildlife conflict prevention and on his final day of work today was still spreading that message, letting everyone know that elk calving season is here.
Shake Off Lyme is an opportunity to support Canmore local Sarah Hutchison who has been dealing with the effects of chronic Lyme Disease for about seven years.
Canmore Mayor John Borrowman dropped by to chat with Tanya and I about some current local issues like photo radar, secondary suites, and the old daycare lands. On today’s show we also talked about why current reservoir levels are no cause for concern, Banff’s weekend farmer’s market decision, and elk calving season.
Who is ready to celebrate Spring with Alpenglow School??
The Purina Walk for Dog Guides returns to Canmore this Sunday. Dogs are welcome but not required – it’s open to anyone who wants to support this worthy cause!
With the council vote tied, the proposal to bring a new weekend Farmer’s Market to Banff’s Heritage Railway Station was defeated Monday. But while the market will be a no-go for this summer, the idea is still on the table.
The Bow Valley Primary Care Network is hosting discussions on menopause this Tuesday in Canmore and Wednesday in Banff featuring a great panel of local experts.