Edmonton AM Podcast - Mar 25, 201503/25/15
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...
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 24, 2015
A single mother says thought she was getting a good deal from a reliable moving company. Turns out it may cost her four times the original quote. Mark Harvey brings us the story. And Edmonton artist Aaron Paquette joined Mark Connolly to talk about the
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 23, 2015
Marnie Ashcroft is the founder and owner of GLOW Juicery. Colleen Heidecker is a raw food Chef. They joined us to talk about the raw food and juicing trend. Tim Caulfield is a health law professor at the University of Alberta, he joined us in studio to
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 20, 2015
Stephanie Labbe, Desiree Scott, and Emily Zurrer, three players for the Canadian Women's Soccer team, joined us in studio to talk about the Women's World Cup this summer. Kerry Mummery Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation at the U o
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 19, 2015
Wayne Garner, Vice President of General Teamsters Local Union No. 362. Edmonton, he joins us to talk about the use of personal electronic trackers. Martin Roy is the Director of Investigations for Service Alberta's Consumer Investigations Unit. He join
Edmonton AM Podcast March 18, 2015
Deborah Yedlin talks about the oil patch layoffs, and Peter Zeihan discusses the idea of Alberta becoming the 51st state.
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 17, 2015
St. Patrick's Day Special First is Mark's cousin who talks about St. Patrick's Day in Ireland. Then our sommelier Steve Richmond provides some Irish whiskey to end the show.
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 16, 2015
Lindsey McNeill is an Edmonton Screenwriter, film-maker, and actor. She has been invited to represent Canada at the Cannes Film Festival. Jim Hole is the Owner of the Enjoy Centre in St. Albert, and he's here to help us get our plants started indoors a
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 12, 2015
Elizabeth Howell is a freelance space and science journalist, and she joins us to talk about the European Space Agency's upcoming mission to try and re-establish contact with Philae, the lander currently in hibernation on the comet...
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 11, 2015
Claire Edwards is the President of the Edmonton Youth Council and Aura Leddy is an Edmonton Youth Council member. They join us to talk about the passing of the amended Bill 10 and what it means for students in Edmonton schools. Education Minister Gordo
Edmonton AM Podcast - March 6, 2015
Mark Connolly spoke to Stephen Carter, president of QED Marketing and Paula Simons with the Edmonton Journal consultant. And the CBC's Kim Nakrieko brings us the story of Edmonton minister Carl Ulrich as he reflects on his time in the American Civil...
Wedmonton AM Podcast - March 05, 2015
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...
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