On this week’s Insider with Rob and Tanya:

-An unexpected explosive device turned up during some construction work near the Banff Springs Hotel.


-Canadian Rockies Public Schools considering paid parking for their downtown school lots during the busy summer months.


-Some of the big takeaways from the newly approved Land Use Bylaw rewrite in Canmore.


-Banff is considering offering free drop-in recreation to residents to help with affordability.


-The popularity of our local studded tire rebate programs.


-Exshaw School gets an additional year of funding while the board tries to work out details with the federal government to avoid closure.


-The ballooning Banff Bear Street budget.


-A new specialist has brought facial reconstruction expertise to the Alberta RCMP that could help put a name to many of the unidentified remains found in our area.

Filed under: Banff, Bear Street, Canadian Rockies Public Schools, Canmore, Exshaw, Land Use Bylaw, Mountain Insider