Alberta at Noon
A@N for Thursday May 21, 201505/21/15
Cpl. Siddhi Rai and Cpl. Thamraj Gurung speak about their families in Nepal; Edmonton food columnist Mary Bailey talks about an event called Cook it Raw; Professor Joseph Doucet speaks with listeners about a royalty review in Alberta.
A@N for Wednesday May 20, 2015
Tom Thivener, with the City of Calgary, and Chris Chan, with Edmonton Bicycle Commuters Society, discuss the cycle track network in their cities; Quebec professor Pierre Fortin speaks with callers about childcare.
A@N for Tuesday May 19, 2015
Dave Solverson of the Canadian Cattlemen's Association talks about country of origin labels; Glen Metzler with API Labs talks about plans to grow poppies; Food columnist Karen Anderson makes chocolate mug cake; Entomologist Ken Fry on bugs.
A@N for Friday May 15, 2015
Newly elected Anam Kazim speaks to us about the election; Ryan Heise talks about being safe on the long weekend; Travel Alberta's Shelley Grollmuss shares some ideas of things to do this weekend; Horticulturist John Duncan answers gardening questions.
A@N for Thursday May 14, 2015
Wildfire information officer Richard Horne talks about a fire near Lodgepole; Melanee Thomas, political science professor at the University of Calgary, speaks with callers about the future of the PC party; Brian Lehman appraises antiques.
A@N for Wednesday May 13, 2015
Helen Rice, Grande Prairie city councillor, talks about the new NDP government; West coast author Sylvia Olsen tells us about her knitting tour; Tamara Beatty talks about working on The Voice; Kathy and Craig Copeland talk to callers about hiking.
A@Noon podcast for Tuesday May 12, 2015
On today's podcast: Nepal has suffered another earthquake we hear from a nurse working there; CBC reporter John Archer updates what is happening at the Alberta legislature; on the phone in your thoughts on secondary suites.
A@Noon podcast for Monday May 11, 2015
The CEO of the Canada West Foundation on expectations for the newly elected NDP government. The Happy Camper, Kevin Callan helps you prepare for the camping season.
A@N for Friday May 8, 2015
Shannon Phillips, the newly elected MLA for Lethbridge-West, talks about her election win; Julie Nelson speaks with listeners about parenting; Horticulturist Kath Smyth answers gardening questions from callers.
A@N for Thursday May 7, 2015
Waj Ahrain talks about the Markaz Ul-Islam centre which will be the spiritual and cultural centre for Fort McMurray's ten thousand Muslims; Jenn McManus and Tom Jackson speak about Red Cross aid in Nepal.
A@N for Wednesday May 6, 2015
Mount Royal University political scientist Duane Bratt joins us to speak with listeners about the Alberta election results.
A@N for Tuesday May 5, 2015
Brian Hammond, the Reeve of the MD of Pincher Creek, talks about lights on wind turbines in his area that he says are too bright; Jason Clement, an animal and bylaw services inspector for the City of Calgary, speaks with caller about off-leash dog...
A@N for Monday May 4, 2015
John Soroski, a political scientist at MacEwan University, speaks with listeners about whether they plan to vote in the Alberta election; Cinda Chavich, author of The Waste Not Want Not Cook Book, answers listener questions on reducing food waste.
A@N for Friday May 1, 2015
Our panel of three Alberta high school students discuss Alberta politics; Lonny Balbi, organizer of Bike to Work Day, speaks with listeners about cycling; Dave Nuttal on Beerfest; Horticulturist Jim Hole answers listener questions on gardening.
A@N for Wednesday April 30, 2015
On today's podcast: Bruce Cameron, president of Return on Insight, speaks with callers about Alberta election polling; Sarah Kerr, a death midwife, answers listener questions on dealing with losing loved ones.
A@N for Wednesday April 29, 2015
Teresa Berdusco, an emergency nurse at the Royal Alex, talks about her plans to go to Nepal; Calvin Cross Child with the Blood Tribe Agricultural Project talks about training young people to be farmers; Bryan Baeumler speaks to callers on home...
A@N for Tuesday April 28, 2015
Chemistry teacher Gyan Shrestha on calling home to Nepal during class; Barbara McKenzie talks about a huge auction of oilfield servicing equipment; John Mulder on hosting a gliding competition; Steve Hrudey speaks with callers on banning bottled water.
A@N for Monday April 27, 2015
Prasanna Man Shrestha discusses the impact of the earthquake in Nepal; Linda McKay Panos of the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre talks with callers about prayers at city council; Dr. Stuart Brown speaks with listeners about the power of play.
A@N for Friday April 24, 2015
On today's podcast: Dennis Edney joins us to talk about Omar Khadr being granted bail; Paul Fairie on last night's leaders debate; Paul Ryneveld talks about horse races being held at a new track in Balzac; Horticulturist Donna Balzer speaks with...
A@N for Thursday April 23, 2015
On today's podcast: Brian Jean, leader of the Wildrose Party, speaks with callers; Lt.-Col. Sean Hackett tells us about a military parade in Medicine Hat; Kimberly Young with Canadian Blood Services, takes calls on organ donation.
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