Alberta at Noon
A@N for Friday, January 23, 201501/23/15
Rick Werner tells us about a new hockey rink in Banff; Councillor Lance Bussieres, with the regional municipality of Wood Buffalo explains why he wants it to be recognized as an age-friendly community; Bart Beaty talks with listeners about Archie...
A@N for Thursday, January 22, 2015
Conservative MP Terence Young speaks with listeners about whether cell phones cause cancer; Canmore adventurer Will Gadd, who was just named National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, answers questions from callers on extreme sports.
A@N for Wednesday January 21, 2015
On today's podcast: A special one hour phone-in with Premier Jim Prentice.
A@N for Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Paul Whittaker with the Alberta Forest Products Association talks about Alberta's thriving lumber sector; Registered dietician Rachel Prowse talks about a sugary drink tax; Dr. Drew Van Niekerk speaks to listeners about pets on planes.
A@Noon podcast for Monday, January 19
On today's podcast: we talk to a criminologist about the shooting of two Mounties; the mayor of Canmore on bow hunting in the town limits; on the phone in, preparing for a job lay off.
Friday January 16, 2014
Jasper Mayor Richard Ireland talks about the Tour of Alberta that will make its way through his town this year Christene Gordon, the director of client services and programs for the Alzheimer Society of Alberta, speaks with callers about dementia.
A@N for Thursday, January 15, 2015
Wild Rose interim leader Heather Forsyth speaks with listeners about about the state of Alberta's finances; Scott McGillivray, contractor and real estate investor from HGTV's Income Property, shares advice on home improvement.
A@N for Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Dylan Jones, the president and CEO of the Canada West Foundation, discusses the gloomy economic outlook in Alberta with listeners and Benjamin Wong with Richmond Addiction Services speaks with callers about digital addiction and cutting down screen...
A@N for Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Glen Hodgson with the Conference Board of Canada discusses whether Alberta could be headed into a recession; Paul Moulton talks about losing the Roxy Theatre in Edmonton to a fire early this morning; Dr. Charles Tator talks about banning tobogganing.
A@N for Monday, January 12, 2015
Michael Zekulin reacts to the Twitter hacking of U.S. military's Central Command; Dr. Gery Predy on vaccination policies for Alberta Health staff; Nanton mayor Rick Everett on water treatment; Writer Virginia Durksen talks with listeners about words.
A@N for Friday January 9, 2015
Business columnist Tracy Johnson discusses the impact the weakened Canadian dollar; Mary Bailey, publisher of Edmonton's Tomato Food and Drink, talks about the food trends of 2015; Peter Kossowan, speaks with listeners about Toastmasters.
A@N for Thursday, January 8, 2015
David Studer, director of CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices, speaks with listeners about CBC's decision not to show Charlie Hebdo cartoons; Phil Edmonston, author of more than 25 years of Lemon-Aide Guides, answers listener questions on cars.
A@N for Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Roger Gibbins talks about Barack Obama's announcement he will veto the Keystone XL pipeline; Chris Fisher talks about the province allowing spring hunting of snow geese; personal finance coach David Trahair shares advice with listeners on debt.
A@N for Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Tom Keenan joins us to talk about this year's consumer electronics show; Kevin Howes and Edwin Quinney talk about a collection of Native music; James Fell, certified strength and conditioning specialist, speaks with listeners about keeping fit.
A@N for Monday, January 5, 2015
Doug Gillham with The Weather Network tells us about some of the extreme cold in Alberta; business professor Joseph Doucet talks about the low price of oil; Home economist Reena Nerbas speaks with listeners about cleaning up after the holiday season.
A@N for Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Today: Bill Hunt talks about the clean up of a train derailment near Banff; how border officials are combating the zebra mussel; Wine sommelier Natalie MacLean shares her wine picks; Stephanie Combs and Monica Zurowksi the biggest stories of 2014.
A@Noon podcast for December 28
On today's podcast: a conversation with Sheldon Kennedy who has been awarded the Order of Canada; Alan Doyle of the Newfoundland band Great Big Sea talks about his book Where I Belong.
A@N for Wednesday, December 24, 2014
James McAra with the Calgary Food Bank talks about the CBC Calgary Suncor Energy Food Bank drive and gives us the final total; Mary Halpen, one of the original eight Best of Bridge authors, joins us to talk about the newest book Holiday Classics.
A@N for Friday, December 19, 2014
Wildrose Party president Jeff Callaway talks about the future of the party; Former Oilers goaltender Grant Fuhr talks about his new book; Sid Andrews, interpretation co-ordinator for the City of Calgary parks, speaks with listeners about winter birds.
A@N for Thursday, December 18, 2014
Political scientist Roger Gibbins discusses the possible impact of falling oil prices in 2015; Andrea McManus of the Development Group speaks with listeners about how they decide what charities to give to.
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