On this week’s Insider Tanya and I talk about:

-The drastic steps Parks Canada is taking to eliminate Whirling Disease from Johnson Lake.


-The end of an era at Can-Bow Motors, with the Pauls family selling to the Wolfe Automotive Group.


-Police solving a series of local bike thefts and what you can do to make sure RCMP have what they need if your bicycle ends up stolen.


-The new Intermunicipal Development Plan being worked on between the Town of Canmore and MD of Bighorn.


-Last week’s cougar attack and death, and being nice to others on social media.


-The Whyte Museum’s fantastic project working with the Stoney Nakoda First Nation to identify archival photographs.


-The latest on Phase 2 of the Bow River Seniors Lodge expansion.

Filed under: Banff, Bow River Seniors Lodge, Canmore, cougar, Johnson Lake, MD of Bighorn, Mountain Insider, Parks Canada, RCMP, Stoney Nakoda, Whirling Disease, Whyte Museum