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The Alberta Morning News

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Every Saturday and Sunday Morning join Peter Watts for the Alberta Morning News. Peter has a look at what’s happening in our city, province and country with a variety of guests. It’s informative, entertaining and maybe a laugh along the way. The news center helps round out this show with all the news, sports, weather and traffic. The topics are stimulating and will help you get your day started on the weekend.

Every Saturday and Sunday Morning join Peter Watts for the Alberta Morning News. Peter has a look at what’s happening in our city, province and country with a variety of guests. It’s informative, entertaining and maybe a laugh along the way. The news center helps round out this show with all the news, sports, weather and traffic. The topics are stimulating and will help you get your day started on the weekend.
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Calgary, AB

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Every Saturday and Sunday Morning join Peter Watts for the Alberta Morning News. Peter has a look at what’s happening in our city, province and country with a variety of guests. It’s informative, entertaining and maybe a laugh along the way. The news center helps round out this show with all the news, sports, weather and traffic. The topics are stimulating and will help you get your day started on the weekend.

Language:

English


Episodes

Trans Mountain - Marine

11/17/2018
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Ali Hounsell, spokesperson for Trans Mountain pipelines, speaks about the extensive research on marine impacts that has already been done as part of the Trans Mountain pipeline application process.

Duration:00:06:52

Pipelines & Oil Tankers

11/17/2018
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Alberta Senator Doug Black speaks about two bills now before the Senate on new environmental legislation and on a proposed tanker ban on Canada's west coast.

Duration:00:07:51

Lake Louise Prep

11/17/2018
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Doug Campbell, one of the many volunteers involved in staging the Lake Louise World Cup ski events, speaks about preparations which are now underway.

Duration:00:07:23

IPSOS Poll on Cannabis

11/17/2018
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Jennifer McLeod-Macey of IPSOS Canada speaks about a new poll done for Global News on the first month of legalized recreational marijuana use in Canada.

Duration:00:06:50

Black Friday

11/17/2018
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Jeff Guthrie of Moneris on some of the consumer trends he's noticed about shopping on Black Friday which is coming up next week.

Duration:00:07:56

CF-100

11/17/2018
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Brian Desjardins of The Hangar Museum speaks about a fund raising drive now underway to restore the only CF100 fighter jet left in the province.

Duration:00:06:53

Beef & The Far East

11/17/2018
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Ron Glzer of Canada Beef speaks about 8 Alberta companies who have signed deals with counterparts in China to market Canadian beef in that country.

Duration:00:07:25

Marda Loop Fim Festival

11/11/2018
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Producers Nova Ami & Velcrow Ripper talk about their NFB production called Metamorphisis which tackles the topic of climate change through the use of art.

Duration:00:07:36

7:06 am - Alberta Morning News

11/11/2018
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Terry Pedwell of Canadian Press reflects on Canada 100 years ago.

Duration:00:05:41

Road Building

11/11/2018
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Ron Glen, head of the provincial association of road builders and heavy equipment operators, speaks about this coming week's convention in Banff.

Duration:00:07:02

eric adams

11/10/2018
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University of Alberta law professor, Eric Adams, says allowing for diversity and respect is one of the ways that institutions and the medical community can deal with medical assistance in dying.

Duration:00:07:04

Seclusion Rooms

11/10/2018
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Calgary parent and activist, Rae Martens offers some useful thoughts on seclusion rooms and whether they should be part of Alberta schools.

Duration:00:07:22

Seniors Care

11/10/2018
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Irene Martin-Lindsay of the Alberta Seniors Communities & Housing Association on a new approach to dealing with seniors in the province.

Duration:00:07:03

Music & Alzheimers

11/10/2018
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University of Toronto music professor, Nichael Thaut, speaks about some promising research on how familiar music can trigger memories for alzheimers patients.

Duration:00:06:48

Digital Tech & Gen-Z

11/10/2018
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Kevin Connolly of Dell Technologies on a new survey that addresses how the Gen-Z group, born after 1996, feels about technology and some of the other skill sets they will need to find jobs in the 21st century marketplace.

Duration:00:07:52

Cannabis & Travel

11/10/2018
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What you should know about cannabis and travel from Roland Van Meur of the Alberta Motor Association.

Duration:00:06:52

Livestock Plebiscite

11/10/2018
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Rich Smith of Alberta Beef Producers speaks to several topics, among them, the current plebiscite on checkoff fees paid by producers.

Duration:00:08:14

Cayley Musicians

11/4/2018
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A group of students at Cayley Elementary are about to get a music lesson from one of the most celebrated groups of classical music in the country.

Duration:00:05:37

Opioid Interactive Experience

11/4/2018
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Bree Claude of the County of Strathcona near Edmonton, talks about an interactive display that tries to teach folks about opioid addiction.

Duration:00:07:57

Arctic Situation

11/4/2018
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University of Alberta's Paul Myers, talks about the current state of the Arctic Ocean.

Duration:00:06:15