Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 25, 201411/25/14
Julian Faid and Kory Mathewson of Rapid Fire Theatre debate which one is better cats or dogs. And Mark Connolly spoke to Ian Donovan, one of two former Wildrose MLAs who have just announced they're crossing to the Tories.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 23, 2014
Mark Connolly spoke to food writer Sarah Elton about why we're paying the same amount for less food, at the grocery store. And meet Martin Badke, the Edmonton locksmith wants to save the padlocks placed on the High Level bridge, in the name of love.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 21, 2014
Parents and caregivers alike are on edge after a girl was attacked by a stranger on the street in Grovenor. Mark Connolly spoke to Stephanie Paetz, the executive director of the Glenora Child Care Society. And retail survival in Edmonton.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 20, 2014
Ex-pat Edmonton indie rock musician Mac DeMarco gets busted at his own gig in California. We'll ask him how got mistaken by police as part of the audience, and what the outcome was. And Daisy Aw knows how it feels to be on the receiving end of...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 19, 2014
Find out why the beer Advent calendar is all the rage this year, where this irreverent present came from and what one local priest makes of it. And a woman caring for six children says she's afraid they will soon be homeless and her grandchildren put...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 18, 2014
Hear the story of a brave young man who suddenly found himself the target of an attack when he was riding the bus home Friday evening. Mark Connolly spoke to his mother, Serap Ozturk. And Mark Connolly spoke to Chris Sills, co-owner of Tres Carnales...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 17, 2014
108 street is the location of Edmonton's newest public art. The CBC's Tim Adams brings us the details. And schools boards say the provincial tests have too much influence over final marks for high school grads. We hear from Edmonton principal Tim...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 13, 2014
Following a fossil find in Castle River, we talk to Donald Henderson, curator of dinosaurs at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, about getting back to Drumheller. Then, Janine Halayko, a Coordinator for You Can Ride Two, Tamran Lengyel, Technical Director of...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 14, 2014
Tanya Dubnicoff is a retired track cyclist, she won four gold medals at the Pan American Games. and we spoke to her about her role with in the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women workshops happening in Edmonton this weekend. Gerry Moddejo
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 12, 2014
Following a poll on racism conducted by CBC News, Edmonton AM talked to Rachel Decoste, a motivational speaker and community activist, about the impact of the poll, and what it says about Canadians. We also talked to Aaron Paquette, an aboriginal...
Edmonton AM Podcast 11, 2014
First we talk to Diane Kereluk, the Executive Director of Stony Plain Road and Area Business Association, about the redevelopment of Stony Plain Avenue. Then, Sharon Chapman joins us to talk about a volunteer led pilot project which is removing...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 10, 2014
On this Podcast: John Adair, Litigation lawyer with Adair Barristers joins us to talk about home insurance and how filing a claim will not always pay out what you signed up for. Pat Byrne, Co-Founder of Fatigue Science, is on the line to discuss the sc
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 7, 2014
How many times have you been called by the robot who claims to be from Westjet? The airline is fed up with the imposter and exploring its legal options. We talk to company V-P, Richard Bartrem. And ... Edmonton doctor Saleem Al-Nuaimi uses Skype to...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 6, 2014
Ads attacking Alberta's privatized liquor market have left many with a bad taste in their mouths. More on why the offensive campaign is causing headaches for advocates on both sides of the debate. And Boyle Street Community Services is asking for...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 05, 2014
John Forzani made an unusual donation... his own brain. Find out what the doctors from the Canadian Sports Concussion Project hope to learn from it. And one former junior hockey player says he thought was covered but had to pay more than $17,000 out...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 04, 2014
Two brothers, severely burned in a Fort Saskachewan house explosion, are being honoured for their courage. Hear how the pair remain stubbornly determined to overcome their injuries. And exclusive new details about what happened leading up to the...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 03, 2014
A deadly explosion in the community of Lago Lindo in June of 2010, ignited fires, levelled homes and left four people dead. With a fatality inquiry set to begin, we hear from a young man who pulled his neighbours from the wreckage. And remembering the...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Oct 31, 2014
The CBC's Tim Adams brings us two stories. First, the the inspiring stories of a few of those named to the list of Alberta's top fourty under fourty. And a new effort is trying to gather winter clothing in all their colours for homeless kids who identi
Edmonton AM Podcast - Oct 30, 2014
Claims of racism against an Edmonton aboriginal elder at a downtown mall are under investigation. Hear how the city's aboriginal residents still face stigma. And a video of a man playing piano in Churchill Square goes viral on YouTube. We talk to the...
Edmontonam Podcast - Oct 29, 2014
Go Public's Mark Harvey explains how the "Utility Scam" works, and how scammers can con normally-cautious people. And Wildrose leader, Danielle Smith, spoke to Edmonton AM about her decision to call a leadership review after her party failed to pick...
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