Edmonton AM Podcast - July 31, 201407/31/14
The CBC's Tim Adams brings us the story of Edmontonian Samuel Gibson who has a daughter presently living in West Africa. And heavy rains last weekend flooded homes and streets across the city. We'll talk to one family about their efforts to get...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 30, 2014
Former premier Alison Redford's questionable travel expenses have triggered heated debate and calls for action. Our political panel debates where the story goes from here. And a fight over prime real estate brewing in north Edmonton. At the centre is a
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 29, 2014
Surprising new details over former premier Alison Redford's controversial travel expenses. And the CBC's Tim Adams brings us the story of the dangerous practise of taking selfies with wildlife in our national parks.
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 28, 2014
Hear how the 20-year old winner of the Eskimos Thursday night 50/50 draw Connor Croken will be spending his money. And gun rights and home-owner rights collide today in Spruce Grove. Neighbours blame a firing range for stray bullets and noise and...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 25, 2014
Struck by lightning. It happened to a CF-18 en route to an air show in Whitecourt. We spoke to an aviation expert and the pilot as well. And with one of the highest household incomes in the country. Edmonton`s chief economist, John Rose delves into...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 24, 2014
CBC investigative reporter Jennie Russell reveals more questionable and even illegal expenses claimed by an Alberta health executive. And the 10-million-dollar condo fire in the Hamptons was caused by a cigarette butt in a planter. The CBC's Tim Adams...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 23, 2014
About 400 Edmontonians forced from their condos because of a smoking-related fire are still shut out of their homes. We get an update on a residents meeting last night. And yet another community is banning oil from Alberta. The CBC's Tim Adams brings...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 22, 2013
A recent condo fire with a possible cause of cigarette disposal has raised the question of whether to ban smoking in condos. Tim Adams spoke to Robert Noche, a lawyer who specializes in the rules around condos. And what structural engineer, Gord...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 18, 2014
Host Mark Connolly spoke to local aviation expert Ken Belsheko about yesterday's Boeing 777 crash over Ukraine. And the CBC's Tim Adams spoke to license plate expert Jeff Minard about what might help Alberta make a final decision on a new plate design.
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 17, 2014
There have been two apparent street-racing incidents in the past week in our city. We talk about the dangers with a former street-racer who's turned his life around. And meet Gavin Dively, the president and CEO of the Vermont Novelty Toaster...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 16, 2014
Edmonton is proposing a new system to pick up your garbage. It works in St. Albert, could it work here? Mark Connolly spoke to Christian Benson, the waste programs coordinator, City of St. Albert. And we check in with Rahma Yusuf of Edmonton who is in...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 15, 2014
Douglas Garland has been charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Calgary residents Kathy and Alvin Liknes, as well as second-degree murder in the death of the couple's five-year-old grandson Nathan O'Brien. And Dion Lefebvre, the man who...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 14, 2014
Mayor Don Iveson was in the Edmonton AM studio answering your questions.
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 11, 2014
Mixing sex-ed with religious groups in Edmonton public schools. The Pregnancy Care Centre defends their teaching. And the CBC's Tim Adams has been talking to some experts who have considered the best possible ways cross-walks should be marked.
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 10, 2014
Why was an Alberta prison inmate left in solitary confinement for an astonishing 162 days? Officials say they simply lost track of him. We spoke with a prison-rights advocate. And parents, teachers and kids have been pleading with drivers to SLOW DOWN...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 9, 2014
She has no money, has to rely on the food bank to survive and has a messy divorce to try to sort out. But Debbie Haugen is considered to make too much to qualify for legal aid. How can that be? We put that question to the head of legal aid. And Kim...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 08, 2014
Soccer is a game of big plays and big personalities not all of them on the pitch. Gareth Hampshire, CBC reporter and soccer play-by-play announcer, gives us a taste of the world of soccer commentating. And we check in with Shannon Todd and Victor...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 07, 2014
Edmonton doctor Dr. Saleem Al-Nuaimi uses Skype to help patients affected by Syria's civil war. Find out why he does it and how it's changed his life. And the CBC's Tim Adams brings tells us what people are doing to cope with traffic headaches...
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 3, 2014
Today we bring you the Night Sky Guy Andrew Fazekas who talks about the future of Canadian Astronauts. Then, after the break, we have Emma Waverman, a blogger for Today's Parent on Overbooking the summer holidays.
Edmonton AM Podcast - July 4, 2014
First we chat with a documantary film maker about her new film, Grey Glory. Then after the break we chat with Peter Ogilvie, Meet Director for Edmonton International Track Classic, and Brianne Theisen-Eaton, the #1 ranked Heptathlete.
- Edmonton, AB
P.O. Box 555
More informationTune in to Edmonton AM for all the information you need to get ready for a day in our city.
In addition to news, weather and live traffic reports direct from city streets, in-depth interviews and regular features keep listeners up-to-date on the latest in local and provincial politics, education, business, health and sports.