Mike Petroff is a singer-songwriter who moved to the Bow Valley in 1978. Mike has an incredible history with Canmore. He started and grew a successful construction company here, but as of late, wrote a song called “The Night the Cougar Roared” that tells the story of the 2013 flood. Mike is a key part […]
Trish Tutton has been in the Bow Valley for just over seven years and she has something incredible to share with all of us about mindfulness. As a yoga and meditation instructor, she talks about how she has brought mindfulness strategies to the corporate world. We cover her story, her business, and talk a little […]
Misty Kendal and her husband James have lived in the Bow Valley for quite some time and have had a number of wonderful experiences working in hospitality in some of the most coveted places in Canada. Misty talks about her work life, raising a family, and of course, wine. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE: Raising a […]
Matt left England to teach how to ski and I guess you can say it snowballed from there. Matt talks about how his love for the outdoors unfolded and resulted in years of traveling all over the world doing what he loves. He talks about the joys and challenges of running his own adventure company […]
John’s career in law enforcement has spanned many years and territories. You can tell that John’s commitment to community is passionate; as he describes the various ways citizenry and law enforcement can work together to make the Bow Valley a safe place to live.
Norbert Meier is an inspiring, long-time Bow Valley resident. He takes us through his refreshing approach to executive coaching and discusses how that same ethos serves him well as he helps lead fundraising for the Alberta World Cup Society.
Ken Koob is a business advisor with Community Futures. In this episode, Ken talks about how Community Futures works with entrepreneurs in the Bow Valley; supporting business owners (or soon to be business owners) with business advice, training and in some cases, funding. Ken also gives us an overview of his career that spans both marketing and finance.
Rachel Gurney is an investment advisor with Nesbitt Burns in the town of Canmore. Rachel has an incredible career – corporate Toronto, “liftie”, paramedic and a financial services professional. Her story is one with a common thread – to help people to her fullest capacity. Rachel responded to the call of adventure leaving the “Big Smoke” to call the mountains home.
[su_box title=”Show Notes” style=”soft”] 01:36 – Are you or somebody you know interested in being a guest on the Mountain Life Podcast? Visit www.themountainlifepodcast.com/be-a-guest/ and complete the form telling us why you’d make a great guest. 03:10 – Margaret starts with how she ended up living in the Bow Valley (hint: the morning sunshine sealed […]
[su_box title=”Show Notes” style=”soft”] 1:35 – Cheryl opens with her background and reasons for her relocation from Ottawa to Canmore. 5:40 – Cheryl takes us through her first few months in Ottawa, including her position at Concencio. 7:20 – Cheryl talks about the unique medical model at Concencio, which is rooted in integration and collaboration. […]