Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 23, 201412/23/14
The CBC`s Janice Johnston brings has been looking into the murder case of Travis Untinen. And television physicians like Dr. Oz have lots of advice to give. But less than half of it is supported by evidence, according to a new study. Researchers from...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 22, 2014
Wildlife officials are tracking the movements of two cougars seen creeping through downtown Jasper. Find out how blood hounds are helping the community keep watch. And Albertan Dennis Woronuk was a thousands of kilometres away from home but he still...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 18, 2014
Neglect and abuse at a south Edmonton seniors residence. The CBC's James Hees brings us the story. And Premier Jim Prentice insists party is progressive in interview with Edmonton AM's Mark Connolly.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 17, 2014
We talk to the President of the Wildrose Party about the possibility the party could lose up to half its MLAs to the Tories. And "No Barrell of Fun" That's the name of a new report outlining the billions of dollars the province stands to lose from...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 16, 2014
Nothing but rumours and unanswered questions this morning about the future of the Wildrose Party in Alberta. We get analysis from Duane Bratt, a political scientist at Mount Royal University and Janet Brown, an independent pollster.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 15, 2014
The latest on the hostage taking in Sydney Australia. Mark Connolly spoke to Adam Dolnik, a professor at the Univeristy of Wollongong in Australia and an expert on counter-terrorism and hostage negotations. And the CBC's Janice Johnston brings us the...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 12, 2014
Edmonton police have released a video of the suspect vehicle in a hit-and-run in north Edmonton on Dec. 4th. Mark Connolly spoke to victim, Greg Mady who is still recovering in hospital. And our coverage about overcrowding in Alberta ERs has caused a...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 11, 2014
On Tuesday we brought you the story about overcrowding at the University of Alberta hospital's emergency waiting room. Now we get an update on other Alberta hospitals. And it's a win for the Parkallen neighbourhood and the Chinese Bilingual Education...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 09, 2014
Edmonton AM host Mark Connolly spoke with Oilers president, Patrick Laforge about the Oilers dismal results this season. And it's never too late to make a career change...just ask Bill Peake, who became a firefighter at the age of 48.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 05, 2014
The controversial proposed Alberta legislation dealing with gay-straight alliances in schools has been put on hold by the premier after a backlash inside and outside the Conservative party. Our political panel weighs in. And snow piled up on sidewalks...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 4, 2014
Alberta's ageing hospitals are facing numerous problems. Alberta Medical Association president Richard Johnston will weigh in on the debate. And the CBC's Charles Rusnell brings us the story of an Edmonton police officer with a criminal record for...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 03, 2014
An Edmonton man apparently took money to clear snow for people all over the city. But as the first flakes fell he was nowhere to be found. The CBC`s Mark Harvey brings us the story. And critics of a new Alberta government bill to address discrimination
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 02, 2014
Conservative MLA Sandra Jansen defends Bill 10 to CBC's Mark Connolly. And do you have to have stress to equal success? Many students hitting the books for final exams this week would say yes. A campaign at the U of A says "No."
Edmonton AM Podcast - Dec 01, 2014
Bill 202 will be debated in the legislature today, where it will also likely disappear. MLA Laurie Blakeman talks to us about the future of the contentious legislation she proposed. And Doctors Without Borders is looking to expand its ranks, launching...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 28, 2014
Another suicide has students at the University of Alberta reeling. We hear from a prevention worker who says this time of year can prove overwhelming for those already coping with depression. And the East Glen High School football team is getting a...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 27, 2014
The CBC's Jennie Russell brings us an exclusive story over some controversial emails at the Edmonton Police Service and what critics are saying about the past record of one of Alberta Justice's top bureaucrats. And Muslim students in Edmonton are...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Nov 25, 2014
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...
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