Alberta at Noon
A@Noon podcast for Wednesday September 2, 201509/02/15
On today's podcast: We hear from a group in Red Deer helping kids with school supplies in tough economic times; a look at the tiny house movement in Edmonton; and we take your calls with U of C architecture professor John Brown about living smaller.
A@N for Tuesday September 1, 2015
On today's podcast: The CBC's Tracy Johnson on economy and energy lay-offs; Jasper's mayor on the Tour of Alberta; how the food grains banks is managing in the drought; Happy Camper Kevin Callan shares adventures and answers calls about gear and...
A@N Friday August 28, 2015
Dave Mowat, President and CEO of ATB is chair of the advisory panel reviewing Alberta's royalty rates. He takes calls and questions from listeners.Calgary horticulturist Donna Balzer offers gardening advice
A@N for Monday August 31, 2015
On today's podcast: University of Alberta professor Andrew Leach is my guest to hear from you on what Alberta should do in a new climate change strategy; editor Virginia Durksen of Visible Ink. talks about new words added to the OED.
Monday August 24, 2015
Alberta Health Services has issued air quality advisories for the Calgary and Central zones, because of smoke caused by wildfires in the U.S. Bill McMurtry is with Environment Canada Dr. Chris Wilkes, Head of Child and Adolescent Mental Health &...
A@N Tuesday August 25, 2015
Karin Goodison, medical officer of health for the South zone with Alberta Health Services talks about a rabid bat found near Medicine Hat Australian psychologist Evelyn Field speaks at a conference on workplace bullying in Calgary Joshua Fields...
A@N Thursday August 27, 2015
Dr Chris Simpson talks about the Canadian Medical Association resolution, calling for parents to provide proof to school officials that their children have been vaccinated. Timothy Lee, a physiotherapist with Calgary Core Physiotherapy, offers advice t
A@N for Wednesday August 26, 2015
Mikisew Cree First Nations Councillor Ronnie Campbell talks about the problems caused by low water levels in the region.Edmonton's David Koch fights to keep his flock of sheep on his property in Ellerslie. Medicine Hat Mayor Ted Clugston on the city's...
A@N for Tuesday August 11, 2015
Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue is looking after an injured, abandoned dog.People are coping with summer heat in Medicine Hat and astrophysicist Jeroen Stil describes the Perseid meteor shower. Business coach and fitness trainer Marco Iafrate on change.
A@N for Thursday August 20, 2015
A roundtable in Edmonton looks at life after oil. Imre Szeman is the U of A's Canada Research Chair in Cultural Studies, and takes questions from listeners. Mark Richardson, automotive journalist and author, talks about favourite summer road trips
A@N for Wednesday August 12, 2015
Cochrane mayor on traffic congestion on Highway 1A, cyber expert Tom Keenan on two hacking conferences in Las Vegas and food writer Cinda Chavich on food waste
A@N for Thursday August 13, 2015
Calgary Police Service provides the latest on fentanyl investigations in the city, political scientist Chaldeans Mensah rounds of federal politics in week 2 of the campaign and Ruth Myles of the Calgary Herald talks celebrity sightings.
A@N for Wednesday August 19, 2015
We talk to sports writer Bruce Dowbiggan about the CalgaryNext sports facility, and University of Lethbridge sports economist Duane Rockerbie. Listeners weigh in on the proposal. Retirement coach Kate Dack has advice on preparing for retirement
A@N for Monday August 17, 2015
We'll hear the latest on the twinning of Highway 63, a Leduc man hopes to become the oldest Canadian to swim the English Channel, and bug expert Ken Fry takes questions from listeners
A@N for Tuesday August 18, 2015
Edmonton Journal columnist Paula Simon looks at the impact of Rogers Place in Edmonton, as we await news of a new Calgary arena. We'll have an update on students attending Red Crow College after a fire, and hiking expert Graeme Pole takes questions...
A@N for Friday August 7, 2015
On today's podcast; a look back at last nights leadership debate; on the phone in Jim Hole answers your gardening questions.
A@N for Thursday, August 6,2015
On today's podcast: how you can protect yourself from getting scammed online; Butler Charles MacPherson will tackle your etiquette and entertaining questions.
A@N Podcast for August 5, 2015
Today's podcast: Edmonton Public Library launches new local music-sharing site; Blairmore resident wants to turn the Crowsnest Pass into a mountain biking hub; how to have a great family vacation.
A@N Podcast for Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Today's podcast: Political science professor Steve Patten on the first days of the federal election; Calgary entrepreneur Manjit Minhas talks about being the newest Dragon on the CBC TV program Dragons' Den.
A@N podcast for Friday July 31, 2015
On today's podcast: business reporter Tracy Johnson rounds up a rough week for the oil patch; we hear about empty lots on the flood plain in the City of Medicine Hat are ready for sale; answers to your gardening questions with John Duncan of greengate.
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