Radio Active Podcast - May 28, 201405/29/14
On the show...By the end of this century, the Athabasca Glacier could be gone. That's bad news for tourism, but more importantly the disappearance of our mountain glaciers may significantly change life for all Albertans. We'll find out why when we...
Radio Active Podcast - May 29, 2014
On the show...We sit down with one of the candidates running for the leadership of Alberta's Conservatives. Ric McIver will tell us why he wants to be premier. And Rod Kurtz introduces us to Edmonton Oil King player Riley Kieser. We learn about the...
Radio Active Podcast - May 26, 2014
On the show...How can a woman who was labelled a moron as a child now write her life story? We'll find out when we speak with Leilani Muir. Her book, A Whisper Past, is a memoir about her experiences being incarcerated and sterilized under Alberta's...
Radio Active Podcast - May 21, 2014
On the show...EPCOR is launching a new program called Encor. You can lock in your power and gas contracts for three or five years. But the Consumers Coalition of Alberta says check the fine print. We'll talk with coalition legal counsel Jim Wachowich....
Radio Active Podcast - May 22, 2014
On the show...According to travel writer Jim Byers Edmonton's cool factor is growing. He was in our town recently. We'll talk to Jim about why Edmonton might be Canada's next great city. And the CFL and it's players are at an impasse over a new...
Radio Active Podcast - May 20, 2014
On the show...More cases of measles are popping up in Edmonton. We'll get the latest from Edmonton's medical officer of health Marcia Johnson. And the 2014 edition of the Edmonton Eskimos are taking shape. Rod Kurtz talks with Edmonton Eskimos coach...
Radio Active Podcast - May 16, 2014
On the show...Another development today in the conversation around temporary foreign workers. Canada's restaurant industry is pushing back against the government's moratorium. We'll hear more from industrial relations expert Jason Foster. And we go...
Radio Active Podcast - May 15, 2014
On the show...The shocking story of an attack on a young boy in Grande Prairie. Could it be related to a new internet game. We'll look at a new possible solution to closing small community schools. Some parents at one Edmonton Catholic school are...
Radio Active Podcast - May 14, 2014
On the show...For years Cindy Blackstock has worked tirelessly in the field of First Nations children's rights. Today she's received the U of A's Community Scholar award. We'll meet her and find out about her passion for aboriginal rights. And have...
Radio Active Podcast - May 13, 2014
On the show...A community in shock. We'll hear the latest on what's happening in St Paul, after those deadly shootings on Friday. Reporter Marion Warnica with the details. And Rod Kurtz drops by the annual Edmonton Eskimo Amateur Football camp. And...
Radio Active Podcast - May 12, 2014
On the show...It's the National Day of Honour across the country honouring Canadian soldiers for their service in Afghanistan. We'll hear some of the sounds from the ceremony at the Edmonton Garrison. The Avenue Theatre is closing its' doors. Reporter...
Radio Active Podcast - May 7, 2014
On the show...After twenty eight years doing business along 102nd Avenue...Notables Stationers is closing its' doors. We'll find out why owner Suzanne Davis has decided it's time to move on. And we'll hear what some Edmonton Girl Guides as part of...
Radio Active Podcast - May 8, 2014
On the show...How does a man accused of first degree murder escape for five hours in a hospital, when there are two corrections officers watching him? CBC reporter Marion Warnica has reaction from patients AND the government's explanation. And local s
Radio Active Podcast - May 6, 2014
On the show...The Alberta Teacher's Association is reacting angrily to recommendations from the province's task force on teaching excellence. The president of the ATA has gone so far as to call them "an assault on teachers". We'll put his concerns to...
Radio Active Podcast - May 5, 2014
On the show...Premier Dave Hancock has said sorry for the mistakes the government has been making.But is it enough? CBC Reporter Gareth Hampshire will tell us what Edmontonians think. Also the city has announced what it plans to do with the old Molson...
Radio Active Podcast - April 30, 2014
On the show... more news on Measles. Alberta Health Services has declared an outbreak in Edmonton. We'll find out what that means when we speak to Edmonton Medical Officer of Health Marcia Johnson. And staying connected in the great outdoors. We'll...
Radio Active Podcast - May 1, 2014
On the show...What can you eat for just a dollar seventy five? We'll talk to one woman in Edmonton who's living below the poverty line for five days. She's helping raise awareness about the billion people around the world who do it all the time. And...
Radio Active Podcast - April 28, 2014
On the show...The federal government suspends the temporary foreign worker program for the restaurant industry. CBC's John Archer joins us with the fallout for the industry. And the buzz of honeybees in the city. That's what one group of amateur...
Radio Active Podcast - April 29, 2014
On the show...We meet a trauma nurse who served in Afghanistan. Jennifer Stewart talks about how art is helping her heal from PTSD - she's now studying art therapy after leaving the military. We'll find out more about her journey and her exhibit. And...
Radio Active Podcast - Apriil 25, 2014
On the show...we`ll meet a 67 year-old Edmonton woman with big plans. She's going to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa to raise money for the E4C school lunch program. Rod Kurtz will bring us that story. And out with the tiger...in with the dolphin. A...
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