Alberta at Noon
Wednesday July 30, 201407/30/14
The Trumpeter Swan is off the threatened species list, Daniel Lanois is performing in Alberta, a festival starts tonight in the Crowsnest Pass, and household tips from Reena Nerbas.
Tuesday July 29, 2014
Reg Milley, the Chair of Edmonton's Commowealth Games Bid Committee, talks about the 2022 bid, we talk to independent MLA Donna Kennedy Glans, bluegrass comes to Stony Plain, and Bill Casselman.
Monday July 28, 2014
We hear what consumers think about the prospective sale of AltaLink to Berkshire Hathaway, a new arts and culture tourism guide is set to be released next year, and we look at urban beekeeping.
Friday July 25, 2014
A controversial new development on Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, a new approach to keeping kids in school, Slave Lake's Sand Sculpture and Beach Festival, and garden guru Donna Balzer.
Thursday July 24, 2014
We look at the value of part-time and summer work for young people, and wildflower specialist and author Neil Jennings takes calls from listeners.
Wednesday July 23, 2014
The South Saskatchewan Regional Plan has been released, more financial support for families coping with eating disorders, and Royce Chwin of Travel Alberta shares travel gems with our listeners.
Tuesday July 22, 2014
We get the latest on a condo fire in Edmonton, the producer of Fargo talks about filming the new season in Alberta, Jennifer Clark is nominated for the 2014 CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize, and pet advice.
Monday July 21, 2014
There are algae bloom warnings for some lakes in the province, Coaldale is reconsidering its 24-hour regional police presence, a fundraising campaign for Valour Place, and your calls on geneology.
Friday July 18, 2014
We get an update on wildfires in the province, K-Days is underway in Edmonton, and arborist Matthew Davis with Adair Tree Care in Calgary takes calls from listeners.
Thursday July 17, 2014
Scientists and First Nations in Hinton and Grande Cache are asking you to help them with their caribou research, Westerner Days is underway in Red Deer, and collectibles expert Brian Lehman.
Wednesday July 16, 2014
Forest fires have an alberta company going full tilt, getting rid of library user fees, physiotherapist Timothy Lee takes calls about injuries, and a cemetary walking tour in Grande Prairie.
Tuesday July 15, 2014
The mayor of Sylvan Lake talks about the need for a water ban, the risks of heading the ball for younger soccer players, shipping grain by rail, and Sharon Bodnarchuk of Audrey's books talks summer reading.
Monday July 14, 2014
An update on a wildfire sparked near Banff National Park, a new report by CPAWS raises concerns about the protection of our parks, proposed changes to food labelling in Canada, and summer hiking.
Friday July 11, 2014
We get an update on the wildfires burning in the province, Canmore celebrates miners this weekend, a street performer pogoing his way to great heights in Edmonton, and horticulturist Jim Hole.
Thursday July 10, 2014
Today, Ric McIver takes your calls, emails and tweets in our continuing conversations with the contenders for the PC leadership, and certified strength and conditioning specialist James Fell.
Wednesday July 9, 2014
Today, we continue with our conversations with the candidates running for the PC leadership with Jim Prentice, and Alberta is looking at changing its licence plates.
Tuesday July 8, 2014
Red Deer is allowing residents to have up to four chickens in their backyard, we take calls from listeners, and a look at the semi-final FIFA world cup matches.
Monday July 7, 2014
Alberta farmers are facing challenges after a very wet spring, a new book about Calgary Stampede Queens, a leaky pipe causes problems at an Edmonton hospital, and entomologist Ken Fry.
Friday July 4, 2014
We talk about the politics of vaping, we hear from William Shatner the marshall for this morning's Calgary Stampede Parade, and horticulturist Kath Smythe talks about gardening.
Thursday July 3, 2014
We travel to Delburne to hear about a project to have the faces of the residents plastered on the local buildings, summer parenting advice, and bird expert Sid Andrews takes calls from listeners.
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