Edmonton AM Podcast - April 24, 201504/24/15
The Political Panel analyses the Alberta leaders debate, then Paul Wells gives his take on the debate.
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 22, 2015
Bumi Laditan talks about her new book Toddlers Are A**holes: And It's Not Your Fault. John Helliwell is a Professor of Economics at the University of B.C., a leading happiness researcher, and co-author of the happiness report.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Apr 21, 2015
Wendy Wismer joins us to talk about Kraft Canada's recent announcement regarding a change to the additives in the Original Kraft Dinner recipe. Dr. Lynora Saxinger is an Infectious Disease Specialist at the U of A. She joined us to talk about a...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Apr 20, 2015
Tyler Golly is the Sustainable Transportation General Supervisor for the City of Edmonton. He joins us to talk about the expansion of bike lanes in the city. Bill Sabey is Director of Customer Service Development for ETS. He joins us to layout the...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Apr 17, 2015
Will consumers be spooked by yet another e.coli outbreak? The CBC's Tim Adams spoke to agricultural economist Ellen Goddard about the latest. And it's a tale of back-room government deals, high-risk investments, and BILLIONS of dollars in taxpayer...
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 16, 2015
Paul McLoughlin talks to host Tim Adams about Battleground Edmonton. And host Tim Adams talks to Tim Reid, the president & CEO of Northlands about their survival strategy.
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 15, 2015
The Edmonton agency Streetworks is seeing skyrocketing numbers in its needle exchange program for drug users. And the number of wells being abandoned in Alberta is skyrocketing. CBC Business reporter Tracy Johnson tells us who's going to be on the hook
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 14, 2015
Jeff Hutton is the Director of Utilities for Strathcona County. He joins us to talk about the upcoming water ban, and share some tips to conserve water during the shut down of the water line. Melissa Foley is the founder and head-operator of the Farm...
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 13, 2015
Councillor for Ward 10, Michael Walters, is pushing for a new policy regarding trees in mature neighbourhoods. Trees are often cut down to make way for infill development and Councillor Walters would like to see some regulation on this process. Laura O
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 10, 2015
FC Edmonton Defenders, Mallan Roberts and Allan Zebie, joined us to talk about the new season and promote the first home game of the season. Belinda Cornish is a local playwright. She is putting on "Category E", from the Maggie Tree Theatre group....
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 09, 2015
Paul McLoughlin talks with Edmonton AM host Mark Connolly about what the polls mean at the beginning of the Alberta election campaign. And the troubling story of an oil patch worker who claims she was sexually assaulted on her flight back to Alberta...
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 8, 2015
Go Public's Rosa Marchitelli comes by to tell us about big problems at some private addiction treatment clinics in Canada. Then we have a story about expired medication being sold in Alberta pharmacies.
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 7, 2015
Edmonton is doing its best to live up to its name as a River City. Hear about the city's plan to put more boat traffic on the North Saskatchewan. And author Gary Garrison has written a new book, "Human on the Inside: Unlocking the Truth about Canada's...
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 02, 2015
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has a proposal to scrap Temporary Foreign Worker permits and replace them with a program called Introduction to Canada Visas. Richard Truscott is the president. And host Mark Connolly spoke to Rose...
Edmonton AM Podcast - April 01, 2015
CBC's go public reporter Rosa Marchitelli will be here with a story about aeroplan collectors, unable to redeem their points for flights. And David Tingley is offering a reward in exchange for tips about two recent truck thefts on his dealership lot...
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 31, 2015
Changes to the federal program come into effect April 1st, forcing many temporary foreign workers to head home. We talk to an immigration advocate about the deadline. And Alberta's trucking industry is running low on revenue, as oil prices continue to...
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 30, 2015
Wildrose leader Brian Jean speaks with Edmonton AM host Mark Connolly about his plans to charge anyone who floorcrosses $100,000. And he bought a phone legally, only to have Bell shut it down because the original buyer didn't pay his bill. Customers...
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 27, 2015
The provincial budget aims to dig the province out of a financial hole caused by slumping oil revenues. But will it work? We spoke with budget architect, Finance Minister Robin Campbell. And Mark Connolly talks with Janet Brown, an independent...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Mar 26, 2015
Sgt. Rod Klassen with Alberta law enforement response teams in the Lethbridge organized crime and gangs unit talks to Mark Connolly about how fentanyl is making inroads into Alberta's drug trade. And a new petition by scientists and a former museum...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Mar 25, 2015
Nicole Chalifoux has intellectual and physical disabilities. She talks about how her life has changed now that she is living on her own. She was joined by Gateway Association executive director Cindy de Bruijn. And we talk to a St. Albert man who just...
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