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On Tape, Pat Morrow: Life as an Adventure Photographer

Program: On Tape

Adventure photographer Pat Morrow gave a presentation at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian RockiesA passionate advocate for wilderness preservation and social justice, Pat Morrow has enjoyed a 35-year career that defines adventure journalism. As a climber he forged challenging new routes, while his natural curiosity and keen storytelling sense took him not only to the top of the world as a member of Canada’s first Mount Everest expedition in 1982, but also to be the first to climb the highest mountain on each continent.

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Panel Discussion - February 27 ‘11

Program: Miscellaneous

A panel discussion with Larissa Barlow, editor of the Banff Crag and Canyon, and Hamish MacLean, editor of the Canmore Leader. This week, we discuss bikinis and bison. First we talk about the much-discussed Sports Illustrated swimsut photos. And, if you are still reading this and not on the Sports Illustrated website, Camara, Larissa and Hamish will talk about the possibility of re-introducing bison in Banff National Park.
The discussion airs Sunday morning around 8:45.
Find out more about bison re-introduction at: http://www.bisonbelong.ca/

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On Tape, Living with Bison: Part Two

Program: On Tape

The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies hosted a conversation, brought to you by Bison Belong, about what the re-introduction of bison (buffalo) would mean for Banff National Park. In part two of this presentation, a round-table panel discusses their varied perspectives on the issue as well as welcome audience questions and comments. The panel includes Bill Hunt, Parks Canada; Leslie Taylor, Consultant; Harvey Locke, Trustee, The Eleanor Luxton Historical Foundation; Cliff White, Research Director, Canadian Rockies Bison Initiative; Gord Vaadeland, Executive Director of the Sturgeon River Plains Bison Stewards, SK; and Tim O'Donoghue, Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce. The event is mediated by Bill Luxton.
Check out the Bison Belong website: http://www.bisonbelong.ca/

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On Tape, Living with Bison: Part One

Program: On Tape

The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies hosted a conversation, brought to you by Bison Belong, about what the re-introduction of bison (buffalo) would mean for Banff National Park. In part one of this presentation, Tim O'Donoghue, Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, will discuss the experiences of living with bison near Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Kevin Van Tighem, Banff National Park Superintendent, speaks as well about Parks Canada's vision to bring wild bison into the park.
Check out the Bison Belong website: http://www.bisonbelong.ca/

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A Mountain View - February 26 ‘11

Program: Miscellaneous

In this week's Mountain View, Frank Slyde shares his thoughts on fax machines and new technology.
A Mountain View airs Saturday mornings around 8:15.

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Sketches from the Bow Valley (1961 - Present) - February 26 ‘11

Program: Miscellaneous

Larry Whan stops in this week to chat with Shirley about what he's up to, the Pine Tree Players and Dark Mondays.

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Alpine Authors, Bill Corbett- Day Trips From Calgary

Program: Alpine Authors

This week, a conversation about some of the amazing day trips available from Calgary with the author of 'Day Trips from Calagary', Bill Corbett. Within 2 hours in every direction from the city of Calgary you can find some fascinating sites to educate and entertain you. Host Allan Buckingham talks with Corbett about some of them, and why he included them in his book. 
Find out more about Bill Corbett and his books by visiting: http://www.billcorbett.ca/

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Off the Beaten Track - February 24 ‘11

Program: Off the Beaten Track

This week, Laurie Schwartz comes in to share some news about Mountain WIT, and plays a new tune about pine beetles. We also learn about road ecology with Kari Gunson.

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Panel Discussion - Feburary 20 ‘11

Program: Miscellaneous

A panel discussion with Larissa Barlow, editor of the Banff Crag and Canyon, and Hamish MacLean, editor of the Canmore Leader. This week, we discuss the police chase and shooting that started in Banff and continued into Harvie Heights. We also briefly touch on Bill 29.
The discussion airs Sunday morning around 8:45.

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Landmarks and Legends Series: Old Crag Cabin

Program: Miscellaneous

In this episode, Claire Wilkinson, Planner with the Town of Banff talks with Ralphine Locke and Sarah Ramey about the Old Crag Cabin and it's long history in Banff.

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