Podcasts

Off the Beaten Track - June 8 ‘11

Program: Off the Beaten Track

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This week in Off the Beaten Track, Michelle sits down with a Masters of Public History student, Adair Harper to talk about Adair's newest project collecting narratives for the Cave and Basin.  Also, we'll take a look at how Waterton Lakes National Park Resource Conservation Manager Dennis Madsen uses our four-legged friends to deal with major problems in the park.

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A Mountain View - June 4 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

In this week's Mountain View, Frank Slyde shares his thoughts on the deaths of grizzly bears in Banff National Park due to speeding trucks, rushing railway trails and irresponsible hikers.
 
A Mountain View airs Saturday mornings around 8:15.

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Off the Beaten Track - June 2 ‘11

Program: Off the Beaten Track

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"A picture says a thousand words," and local Banff photographer Amar Athwal tells Michelle exactly what that's all about.  Also, Parks Canada Prouct Development Officer, Julie Champagne tells Michelle about the Yoho 125 Celebrations, and why it is that Yoho Park, is really appropriatley named.

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Interview with Peter von Tiesenhausen

Program: Affecting You

Camara Miller speaks with Peter von Tiesenhausen while his work was up at the Willock and Sax Gallery.

Check out more about Peter and his community work at: http://www.tiesenhausen.net/

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On Tape, Mike Sawaya - Bears and Barbed Wires: Some Mysteries Unravelled

Program: On Tape

From the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, here is Mike Sawaya with his presentation on Bears and Barbed Wires - Some Mysteries Unravelled.

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On Tape, Rob Found - Fortune Favours the Bold…Sometimes; Research into Elk Personality

Program: On Tape

From the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, here is Rob Found with his presentation Fortune Favours the Bold...Sometimes. Join us in a look at Elk Personality!

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Off the Beaten Track - May 26 ‘11

Program: Off the Beaten Track

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Michelle has a great one again this week!  This time we hear from Parks Canada Education Director James Bartrum on a really cool learning facility in Jasper National Park.  Steven Price from the World Wildlife Fund tells about the Connection between Parks Canada and the "Gift of Earth Award".

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On Tape, Lyle Dick - Canada’s National Parks, Historic Sites, and Marine Conservation Areas

Program: On Tape

From the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, here is Lyle Dick as he talks about Canada's National Parks, and the Parks Canada Centennial.

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On Tape, Claire Campbell - Canada’s National Parks

Program: On Tape

Claire Campbell the author of 'A Century of Parks Canada' gives a presentation during the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series, at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, about Canada's Natural Parks, Historic Sites and Marine Conservation Areas.  Before hand, former Banff superintendent, Kevin Van Tighem will speak about the Parks Canada Centennial during his second last day on the job.

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On Tape, Jesse Whittington - Wolves, Caribou and Other Prey: Feasibility of Caribou Translocations

Program: On Tape

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From the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, here is Jesse Whittington with his presentation - Wolves, Caribou and other Prey: Feasibility of Caribou Translocations of Banff.

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