This week Tanya and I talk about:

-The termination of provincial Parent Link contracts and uncertainty around the future of our much-loved local service.


-An art project to commemorate Isaac Rollinmud and the less-grisly Stoney Nakoda version of the origin story for the name Dead Man’s Flats.


-Discussions around the location of a new dog park in Banff.


-A new survey shows there’s still work to do around getting people to carry bear spray on trails.


-Good news (wildlife overpass funding) and bad news (budget decreases) for Alberta Parks, and our provincial government’s reluctance to use the word “cut” when talking about finances.

Filed under: Banff, Budget, Canmore, Mountain Insider