Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 15, 201409/15/14
Ray Rice, the NFL and domestic violence have been front and centre in the news lately. But today the Alberta campaign "Leading Change" against domestic violence kicks off with local football stars. Mark Connolly spoke to Jan Reimer - Executive...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 12, 2014
Hundreds of Albertans have fallen ill after eating tainted meat. Lynn McMullen is a food safety expert who says finding the root cause will be no easy task. And Michelle Peters-Jones is the only Edmonton woman to participate in Dove's 50 real Canadian...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 11, 2014
Fifty-seven percent of people surveyed want Whyte Avenue to close to traffic in the early morning hours on weekends. Find out what a couple of Whyte Avenue business people think of the idea. And Jay Harlow is the director of operations for Harlow Pest...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 10, 2014
One year ago the government responded to calls to protect unpaid student interns from exploitation, following our story about the tragic death of a NAIT student. At the start of another school year...has anything changed? The CBC`s Mark Harvey brings...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 9, 2014
The CBC's John Archer interviews Premier designate Jim Prentice in our Edmonton AM studio. And in our series "Bursting at the Seams" - hear why a west Edmonton father quit his job and set up his own dayhome.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 08, 2014
Our political columnist Paul McLoughlin talks about the challenges ahead for Jim Prentice, new leader of the Alberta PC party and Premier designate. And Edmontonians are "Bursting at the Seams" in debt and local finance guru, Kelley Keehn, gives us...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 4, 2014
Garrette McGowan Spent the day at the Westin Hotel talking to some of Canadian Country Music's biggest stars, on the podcast we have Gord Bramford, Lindsay Ell, and Kira Isabella.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 4, 2014
Today's podcast features an interview with Kjell Anderson on Canada's role in Iraq as the US gets ready to confront ISIS. Then we talk to a retired Canadian starfighter Pilot who flew missions in eastern Europe during the cold war.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 3, 2014
First John talks to a parent from Parkallen School where a group of parents are running an advertising campaign in an effort to increase enrollment. Then John talks to Dr Raj Bhardwaj about the need for kids and teens to get more sleep now that school...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Sept 2, 2014
John is talking back to school, and our Parenting Columnist is here to talk about meditating with your kids, and then our Fitness columnist is here to discuss Teen Sleeping Patterens.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 28, 2014
A deadly gun range accident in Arizona has critics questioning the rules around children and firearms. The owner of an Edmonton shooting range, with no age restrictions, weighs in on the conversation. And as the City of Edmonton is introducing a pilot...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 26, 2014
Hear why the U.S. is marketing Canadian Saskatoon berries as Juneberries. John Archer spoke to Jim Ochterski, agriculture issues leader at Cornell University. And an Alberta dog, stolen in Red Deer ten months ago, has turned up in Grand Prairie. Hear...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 25, 2014
We hear from an Edmonton woman who says she was stabbed repeatedly by her own son. She's now speaking out over what's happening in our justice system. And Jason Suppes ran his first marathon this weekend -- in hopes that the run of his life will help a
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 22, 2014
Alberta families say their loved ones are becoming collateral damage in the political battle around closing the Michener Centre. Mark Connolly spoke to Lee Kvern with a group called Friends of Michener. She is a caregiver at the centre and her sister...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 21, 2014
Edmonton Oilers captain, Andrew Ference was our special co-host on Edmonton AM. Mark Connolly talks to him about topics close to his heart.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 20, 2014
The original 1984 Oilers will reunite in Edmonton this October for a very special cause. Mark Connolly spoke to Terry Jones and Rod Phillips. And the CBC's Tim Adams brings us the the reasons why, what other cities are doing and how neighbourhoods in...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 19, 2014
about the outpouring of generosity for the young family, and the way they're making the best out of the time they have left. And Eric Storey is part of an Edmonton group who want to ensure that gay and lesbian seniors don`t have to go back into the...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 18, 2014
A baby boom in Fort McMurray is taxing the city's only maternity ward. Mark Connolly spoke to Lucie Lapierre, a local nurse, mother and healthcare advocate. And find out why some cattle ranchers in Alberta are swapping their cows for goats.
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 15, 2014
Desperation in West Africa is growing as the Ebola outbreak continues to claim lives. Mark Connolly spoke to a local activist who's waging a war on mis-information that surrounds the virus. And a report based on a new Alberta government monitoring...
Edmonton AM Podcast - Aug 14, 2014
As plans get under way to hang a portrait of Alison Redford at the legislature, the CBC's Kim Trynacity looks at whether the former premier's travel scandals could cast a shadow over the portrait unveiling tradition. And Lakeland College has a record...
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