Wedmonton AM Podcast - March 05, 201503/05/15
The Q & A behind #PrenticeBlamesAlbertans hashtag. And Edmonton MP Laurie Hawn tells CBC's Mark Connolly he doesn't want to see people "running around with their hair on fire" over WEM terror threat.
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 4, 2015
Wife tweet on NHL Trade Centre triggers lawsuit threats. Mark Connolly spoke to lawyer Peter Gall. And AMA spokesman Chris Rechner on a new B.C. policy to target drivers who are in the left lane but not passing.
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 03, 2015
Candlelight service to honour Mayerthorpe's fallen four. Mark Connolly spoke to event organizer Margaret Thibault. And Edmonton is considering a proposal to phase out cosmetic herbicide. We hear from Sheryl McCumsey with Pesticide Free Edmonton and Ted
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 02, 2015
Fallen Four remembered. It is the 10th anniversary of the shooting in Mayerthorpe tomorrow. Mark Connolly spoke to Albert Schalm, who was the town's mayor at the time. And premier Jim Prentice says he has no plans to leave Alberta's legislature, but...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 27, 2015
Just over a month since a pair of police officers were gunned down in a St. Albert casino. A couple who witnessed the deadly shooting are speaking out. Mark Connolly spoke to Rodney and Irene Codner.Just over a month since a pair of police officers...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 25, 2014
A developer has a new app out which locks down your phone while you drive, in an effort to curb distracted driving. The executive director of the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression talks about the culture of secrecy being promoted in the...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 24, 2014
Daniel Ennett and Frederick Kroetsch are the creators of Invincible a webseries developed in partnership with Telus which follows Daniel, a quadruple amputee as he trys various sports. We also speak to Father Paul Kavanagh about the Day of Confession,
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 23, 2014
Michel Juneau-Katsuya speaks with CBC's Mark Connolly about the threats made against West Edmonton Mall in a recent al-shabaab video. And Jack Meikle wants nothing to do with a proposed community mailbox near his house in Aspen Gardens. Hear why and wh
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 20, 2015
The Edmonton Oilers are at the top of the standings of teams that players don't want to be traded to. How bad is it? We ask veteran sports journalist Cam Cole. And the 104th Street area downtown wants to get "Purple Flag accreditation." Find out what...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 19, 2015
St. Albert City Council will create an enduring tribute to fallen RCMP officer David Wynn. Hear what the hundred thousand dollar legacy fund will mean to the community. And hear about a big gift the old Augustana Lutheran Church is giving to charities...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 17, 2015
Dr. Matthew W. Johnson - Magic Mushroom Medicine Dr. Johnson is an associate professor with the Behavioural Pharmacology Research Unit, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is one of the...
Alberta Morning Podcast Feb 16 2015
Curtis Sieben is one of the original players for the longest hockey game which is in it fifth year. The game is put on to benefit the Alberta Cancer Foundation, and it wraps up the ten day stretch today. Gene Zwozdesky is the speaker of the legislature
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 12, 2015
Mike Siek & Eden Munroe are the co-owners of NTT Films and the guys behind the Dead Venues project, which is looking at the history of some of Edmonton's lost live music venues. Michael Shayer is a huge Tragically Hip fan, in fact tonight's show will b
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 11, 2015
An Edmonton man says he has no interest in Ouija boards or the occult. So why did Rogers insist he pay $9.99 a month for a fortune-telling text? The CBC's Mark Harvey brings us the story. And if you want to stop a crime in progress, your cellphone and...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 10, 2015
Some special needs Edmontonians are navigating transit services without help. Hear why caregivers are raising safety concerns over the city policy. And a father retires from the Edmonton Police Service after 35 years, but stays long enough to hand his...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 9, 2015
A handful of businesses on Whyte are looking to pull up stakes. Why are so many looking to sell? Edmonton AM host Mark Connolly spoke to Murray Davison, executive director at the Old Strathcona Business Association. And we hear from a Lloydminster...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 6, 2015
Reaction to Alberta Health Services new cost-cutting measures from the President of United Nurses of Alberta, Heather Smith. And Alberta Health Services says parents need to make sure their children are immunized before heading south. Health law expert
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 4, 2015
Our show today was all about buying local, what it means, who is doing it. Mark Connolly spoke to Transcend coffee owner Poul Mark, Corey Meyer of Acme Meat Market and Greta Sieben and her partner Dee Bateman own the Wild Earth Bakery and Cafe. And we
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 3, 2015
A school bus driver is dead after a collision near Peace River yesterday morning. We get an update from school superintendent Paul Bennet about the condition of the students who were injured in the crash. And Edmonton's Carlton neighbourhood is...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Feb 02, 2015
Why CP rail is teaching office workers how to drive trains. The CBC's Kyle Bakx spoke to host Mark Connolly. And Edmonton ironman triathlete Colin Hackett is facing the most challenging battle of his life. Mark Connolly spoke to him this morning about...
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