Alberta at Noon-logo

Alberta at Noon

CBC

CBC Radio's alberta@noon, with host Donna McElligott, connects urban and rural Albertans by exploring the environmental, agricultural, educational and political issues affecting everyone from the far north to the deep south of the province.

CBC Radio's alberta@noon, with host Donna McElligott, connects urban and rural Albertans by exploring the environmental, agricultural, educational and political issues affecting everyone from the far north to the deep south of the province.
More Information

Location:

Edmonton, AB

Description:

CBC Radio's alberta@noon, with host Donna McElligott, connects urban and rural Albertans by exploring the environmental, agricultural, educational and political issues affecting everyone from the far north to the deep south of the province.

Language:

English

Contact:

P.O. Box 555 Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2P4 866-468-4422


Episodes

Mount Royal University instructor's opinion piece leads to controversy

9/10/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for Tuesday, September 10, 2019: Should an op-ed piece calling for an end to ethnic diversity in Canada ever have been published?

Duration:00:52:50

Trans-Canada construction set to begin in B.C.

9/9/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for Monday, September 9, 2019: Planned upgrades to the Trans-Canada highway will cause delays for commuters travelling through the B.C. interior. How will these changes affect you?

Duration:00:52:50

Rising stars of country music

9/6/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for September 6, 2019: The rising stars of country music who you're listening to

Duration:00:52:51

Women in Politics

9/5/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for September 4, 2019: Are Canadian women set up to fail in politics?

Duration:00:52:49

Secrets for school success

9/4/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for September 4, 2019: We talk to tutors Brian Platzer and Abby Freireich about tips and strategies for success in school.

Duration:00:52:49

MacKinnon report on Alberta's finances

9/3/2019
More
The MacKinnon panel report on the state of Alberta's finances has been released. Political analysts Jason Markusoff and Graham Thomson join us to discuss the report and take your calls.

Duration:00:52:48

Kids and tech / Gardening questions answered

8/30/2019
More
When should your kids be permitted to get a cell phone; Jim Hole answers your gardening questions

Duration:00:52:49

Should the province sue opioid manufacturers?

8/29/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for Thursday, August 29, 2019: Governments across North America are pursuing legal action against opioid manufacturers. Should the province of Alberta follow suit?

Duration:00:52:49

Predicting death - would you take the test?

8/28/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for August 28, 2019: Scientists in Europe are doing research that could lead to a blood test that would predict your chance of dying within the next few years. Would you want to take a test like that?

Duration:00:52:50

Adventures in petsitting

8/27/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for August 27, 2019 Have you had an unusual experience when looking after someone else's pet?

Duration:00:52:49

Eyeopener podcast for Tuesday August 27

8/27/2019
More
On today's podcast: We talk to Transportation Minister Ric McIver to find out how the Alberta government plans to fix the driver exam system; two very different opinions on Calgary Pride's decision to not allow police in uniform march in the Parade; reaction to an app Weight Watchers has just launched for kids and teens; our food guide Julie van Rosendaal dusts off the last of her old timey cookbooks.

Duration:00:32:37

Seclusion rooms

8/26/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for August 26, 2019: Should seclusion rooms be used in Alberta schools?

Duration:00:52:49

Making the most out of your garden

8/23/2019
More
ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen chef JP Gerritsen joins us to talk about canning and preserving your fruits and vegetables; Kath Smyth answers your gardening questions.

Duration:00:52:49

Memorable weddings

8/22/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for Thursday, August 22, 2019: What's the most memorable wedding you've ever attended?

Duration:00:52:50

Is it time to regulate short term rentals?

8/21/2019
More
Edmonton and Calgary are moving to regulate short term rental companies. Do you see a need for new rules for companies like Airbnb and VRBO?

Duration:00:52:49

Electric scooters arrive in Alberta

8/20/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for Tuesday, August 20, 2019: Electric scooter rentals have arrived in Alberta's two biggest cities. Are you a fan of the new scooter services?

Duration:00:52:48

Leaving home for the first time

8/19/2019
More
Alberta@Noon for Monday, August 19, 2019 What do you remember about leaving home for the first time? What advice would you give to young people who are making the move themselves this fall?

Duration:00:52:48

We take your physiotherapy and gardening questions

8/16/2019
More
We're joined by two experts to take your questions on two separate topics. First, physiotherapist Elliott Goldman answers your questions about aches and pains. In the second half hour of the program, gardener Jim Hole takes your calls.

Duration:00:52:48

Ethics Commissioner finds that Trudeau broke the rules - what's next?

8/15/2019
More
The Ethics Commissioner has found that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke the rules by pressuring former Attorney General Jody Wilson Raybould to offer a deferred prosecution agreement to SNC Lavalin. Will this news influence how you vote in the upcoming federal election?

Duration:00:53:19

Urban wildlife stories

8/14/2019
More
Your stories about urban wildlife encounters.

Duration:00:53:20