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Alberta Morning News

English, News, 1 season, 985 episodes, 6 days, 6 hours, 47 minutes
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Take a look at what’s happening in Calgary, Alberta and Canada with a variety of guests. It’s informative, entertaining and maybe a laugh along the way. The topics are stimulating and will help you get your day started on the weekend.
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The 1867 Project: Why Canada should be cherished-not cancelled

Canada Day Interview with Mark Milke - President of the Aristotle Foundation for Public Policy
7/3/20239 minutes, 30 seconds
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Savage Fest

Brian Yorke one of the organizers of SavageFest chats with Kevin Usselman on "The Alberta Morning News"
5/31/20236 minutes, 44 seconds
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Today in history

9/7/202210 minutes, 43 seconds
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ELO

ELO
9/2/20223 minutes, 47 seconds
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July 24th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

7/24/20228 minutes, 13 seconds
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July 23rd: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

7/23/20229 minutes, 20 seconds
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July 17th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

7/17/20229 minutes, 58 seconds
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July 16th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

7/16/20228 minutes, 9 seconds
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July 10th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

7/10/20229 minutes, 8 seconds
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July 9th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

7/9/20228 minutes, 12 seconds
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July 3rd: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

7/3/20228 minutes, 54 seconds
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July 2nd: Today in history, celebrity birthdays , today in music history

7/2/20229 minutes, 42 seconds
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June 26th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays , today in music history

6/26/20229 minutes, 3 seconds
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June 25th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays , today in music history

6/25/20228 minutes, 6 seconds
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June 19th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays , today in music history

6/19/20229 minutes, 54 seconds
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Canadian Taxpayers Federation offers thoughts on how the Federal government can help financially strapped Canadians

The Federal Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation chats with Kevin Usselman about what Ottawa can do to help people deal with the rising cost over everything.
6/18/20228 minutes, 16 seconds
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June 18th: Today in music history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

6/18/20229 minutes, 20 seconds
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Interview with Tate Irving : Sundre, Alberta singer / songwriter

6/12/20227 minutes, 27 seconds
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June 12th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

6/12/20229 minutes, 47 seconds
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June 11th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

6/11/20228 minutes, 56 seconds
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June 5th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

6/5/20229 minutes, 7 seconds
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June 4th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

6/4/20229 minutes, 46 seconds
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May 29th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

5/29/20229 minutes, 3 seconds
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May 28th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

5/28/20228 minutes, 1 second
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May 23rd: Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

5/23/20228 minutes, 22 seconds
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May 22nd : Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

5/22/20228 minutes, 22 seconds
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May 21st : Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

5/21/20228 minutes, 31 seconds
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Gas Tax Honesty Day

Franco Terrazzano the Federal Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation explains what " Gas Tax Honesty" Day is all about.
5/21/20227 minutes, 37 seconds
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May 8th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

5/8/20229 minutes, 6 seconds
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May 7th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays and today in music history

5/7/20228 minutes, 44 seconds
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May 1st : Today in history , celebrity birthdays, today in music history

5/1/20229 minutes, 35 seconds
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Agriculture report

Kevin chats with Nate Horner : Alberta's Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and rural economic development.Horner is the MLA for Drumheller-Stettler.
4/30/20225 minutes, 48 seconds
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April 30th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

4/30/20228 minutes, 52 seconds
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8:44 am - Alberta Morning News

4/24/20228 minutes, 26 seconds
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April 23rd : Today in hospital, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

4/23/20228 minutes, 22 seconds
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Food bank update

4/23/20227 minutes, 37 seconds
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April 18th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays , today in music history

4/18/20229 minutes, 27 seconds
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April 17th: Today in history, celebrity birthdays , today in music history

4/17/20229 minutes, 28 seconds
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April 16th : Today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

4/16/20229 minutes, 9 seconds
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Energy price forecast : Deloitte

Andrew Botterill - National leader : oil , gas and chemicals with Deloitte shares his latest price forecast with Kevin Usselman on "The Alberta Morning News" 
4/10/20227 minutes, 16 seconds
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April 10th : today in history, celebrity birthdays, today in music history

4/10/20229 minutes, 14 seconds
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April 9th, 2022 : Today in history, celebrity birthdays and today in music history

4/9/20227 minutes, 57 seconds
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Alberta Government matching donations to sport and recreation programs

Albertta's Minister of Cultrue Ron Orr chats with Kevin Usselman about a new financial program benefiting sport and recreation in the province.
4/3/20225 minutes, 35 seconds
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April 3rd : Today in history, celebrity birthdays , today in music history

4/3/20226 minutes, 8 seconds
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April 2nd: Agriculture News

This week as part of the Agriculture report, Kevin chats with Ralph Wright who is Manager of Agrometeorological and modelling for the province of Alberta 
4/2/20228 minutes, 7 seconds
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April 2nd : Today in history, celebrity birthdays and today in music history

4/2/20228 minutes, 15 seconds
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Today in history, celebrity birthdays and today in music history

Alberta Morning News takes a trip down memory lane 
3/27/20229 minutes, 17 seconds
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Today in History, celebrity birthdays and today in Music History

3/26/20229 minutes, 7 seconds
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Tech News: Get Connected

Mike Agerbo the host of "Get Connected" and the App show jcahts tech with Kevin Usselman on "The Alberta Morning News" 
3/13/20226 minutes, 51 seconds
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Alberta Morning News remembers

March 13th: Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History!!!
3/13/20229 minutes, 32 seconds
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March 12th: Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History

The Alberta Morning News looks back at significant events on this date,  along with offering birthday wishes , as reliving some big events from this date in Music History.
3/12/20228 minutes, 16 seconds
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Financial help for consumers

The Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation Franco Terazzano shares his thoughts on how Federal and Provincial Goverments can help Taxpayers.
3/12/20229 minutes, 36 seconds
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March 6th : Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History

"The Alberta Morning News" remembers events and sounds of years gone by 
3/6/20228 minutes, 25 seconds
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Alberta Advenutre Destination of the week " Vegreville"

Vegreville's Mayo Tim MacPhee talks about his town and the impact the war in Ukraine is having on it's residents.
3/6/20227 minutes, 25 seconds
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Today in History, Celebrity birthdays and Today in Music History

Alberta Morning News looks back at historical events on this day !!!!
3/5/20228 minutes, 54 seconds
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Agriculture Literacy

Irena Ceko with Ag for lIfe explains what Agriculture literacy month is all about !!!
3/5/20225 minutes, 5 seconds
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Alberta Morning News: February 27th, Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays , Today in Music History

Looking back at memorable moments from February 27th.
2/27/20229 minutes, 17 seconds
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February 26th : Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays, Today in Music History 
2/26/20228 minutes, 48 seconds
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Alberta Historical Society launches membership drive

'The Alberta Morning News" :  Details on a membership drive launched by "The Alberta Historical Society" 
2/20/20227 minutes, 24 seconds
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February 20th : Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays, Today in Music History

Alberta Mornings News : February 20th: Today in History , Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History 
2/20/20229 minutes, 50 seconds
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February 19th : Today in History / Celebrity Birthdays /Today in Music History

2/19/20229 minutes, 26 seconds
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Smart Ag Ecosystem

Agriculture news on "The Alberta Morning News" as Dr. Joy Agnew , the Associate Vice President, applied research at Olds College joins host Kevin Usselman to discuss the Smart Ag Ecosystem.
2/19/20226 minutes, 39 seconds
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Alberta Morning News : February 13th : Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History

February 13th :  Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History 
2/13/20229 minutes, 16 seconds
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Alberta Adventure Destination : Fort Macleod

This weel's " Alberta Adventure Destination"  :  Fort Macleod 
2/13/20226 minutes, 17 seconds
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Alberta Morning News : February 12th : Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History

February 12th :  Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History 
2/12/20229 minutes, 29 seconds
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Alberta Morning News : Agriculture News

A little agriculture news on "The Alberta Morning News" 
2/12/20227 minutes, 34 seconds
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February 6th: Today in History , Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History

An audio historical look back at Todya in History, Celebritu Birthdays and Today in Music History : February 6th.
2/6/20228 minutes, 31 seconds
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AMN Today in History, Celebrity Birthdays and Today in Music History

2/5/20227 minutes, 54 seconds
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Alberta Morning News Nine Kittens Hallmark Movie Preview with David Winning

12/5/20216 minutes, 51 seconds
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Chatter that Matters Fed Election 2019

Tony Chapman host of the podcast " Chatter that Matters "  discusses 2019 Federal Election with Kevin Usselman on The Alberta Morning News on 770 CHQR 
9/30/20199 minutes, 49 seconds
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Former MLA and mountaineer Dave Rodney chats Mount Everest

What's happening on the worlds tallest mountain?  We chat Everest with a gentleman who has climbed it twice. 
6/2/201915 minutes, 44 seconds
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Living Organ Donations

Shamus Neeson decided to donate his kidney to someone in need. 
4/30/201915 minutes, 40 seconds
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Alberta Factoids April 27: first flight, Stamps win Allan Cup, Brian Pockar and Taber schooting

4/28/20195 minutes, 57 seconds
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April 28 full show: DNA memorials, flat tire driving, CPL football league

4/28/20191 hour, 11 minutes, 47 seconds
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Alberta Factoids April 27: Edmonton named capital of Alberta

4/27/20196 minutes, 37 seconds
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April 27 full show: Murder houses, politics, a living organ donor, and the Sri Lanka bombing

4/27/20191 hour, 40 minutes, 55 seconds
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Alberta Factoids April 21: Rocky Mountain House in 1848, Victoria Callihoo

4/21/20195 minutes, 8 seconds
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April 21 full show: Ham vs turkey, Smart Farms, Men suffering from domestic violence

4/21/20191 hour, 11 minutes, 10 seconds
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April 19 Full show: Provincial election results, tax tips, opioids

4/20/20191 hour, 57 minutes, 39 seconds
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Alberta Factoids April 20: settlement at Beaverlodge and Peter Pocklington held hostage

4/20/20197 minutes, 26 seconds
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Alberta Factoids April 19: Women can vote!

4/20/20195 minutes, 27 seconds
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April 20 Full show: Music, Women in politics, Columbine, Grandparenting

4/20/20191 hour, 45 minutes, 36 seconds
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Alberta Factoids April 14: George Hoadley and dark Alberta history

4/14/20198 minutes, 23 seconds
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Alberta factoids April 13: Vaudeville in Lethbridge and Spruce Meadows

4/14/201912 minutes, 40 seconds
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April 14 full show: Dark pieces of history, and the election is nigh

On today's show we learn that cars are not as flammable as Hollywood makes them out to be, we explore some darker pieces of Alberta history, rethink the glory of Vimy Ridge and chat strategic voting. 
4/14/20191 hour, 11 minutes, 38 seconds
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April 13 full show- Wildfires, Politics, and the generational divide

Today we learn about those pesky 'overwintering' wildfires, discuss at what age kids should have phones, politely disagree and discuss the upcoming election, and try to bridge the generational divide. 
4/13/20191 hour, 44 minutes, 40 seconds
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Alberta Factoids: Peter Watts' book of Alberta factoids

Peter Watts left a lot of information behind on his desk in the form of pen to paper. Host Andrea came across a day planner that Peter was using to record Albertan historical facts by day. Some of them are so obscure that google won't do them justice, consider one mystery solved. 
4/8/20199 minutes, 38 seconds
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April 7 Full show- infrastructure concerns, Jody Wilson Rayboult, Green Shirt Day

The topics from April 7 include (but are not limited to) Infrastructure concerns heading into the AB electionRob Breakenridge on the comtinuing SNC Lavalin saga, equalization, and voting dayPeter Watts' interesting book of Alberta facts- a mystery solved,How the Humboldt Memorial went with CJOB's Kelly Moore andThe FAQ of Organ Donations with AHS
4/8/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 14 seconds
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April 6 full show- Diabetes funding, NATO is 70, Charles Adler and Jason Kenney

Andrea Montgomery takes over hosting for the month of April. Today's topics include: A national strategy for Diabetes CanadaThe 70th anniversary of NATORural election issues and the leadership debateHumboldt: one year laterAnd Charles Adler's thoughts about Jason Kenney
4/6/20191 hour, 46 minutes, 19 seconds
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One mom learns to play Fortnite to spend time with her son

Marcha Ledermann writes for the Globe and Mail, and owns at Fortnite. 
12/30/201813 minutes, 1 second
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Looking ahead to the 2019 provincial election

With Provincial Affairs Global News Reporter Tom Vernon. 
12/30/201825 minutes, 15 seconds
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Movies, shows, and games of 2018

With Host of the Couch Potatoes, and also the morning show on CJOB, Brett Megarry. 
12/30/201812 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Royals in 2018

ET Canada's Will Reid. Their Royals special airs on Global TV on January 1st at 1 am and 8pm. 
12/30/201817 minutes, 4 seconds
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How eugenics in Alberta led to sterilizing indigenous women

Erika Dyck is a Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan, she is the Canada Research Chair in the History of Medicine, and she authored the book Facing Eugenics. You can read her piece here: https://theconversation.com/canadas-shameful-history-of-sterilizing-indigenous-women-107876  
12/29/201825 minutes, 44 seconds
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2018 and American Politics

Washington Bureau Chief for Global National, Jackson Proskow 
12/29/201810 minutes, 27 seconds
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Health stories of the year with Dr. J

Dr. Ted Jablonski is a family physician.
12/29/201819 minutes, 11 seconds
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Wildfire management and building communities

Eric Kennedy is an Assistant Professor of Disaster and Emergency Management at the University of York.  You can read his piece here:  https://theconversation.com/tragic-wildfires-will-continue-until-we-rethink-our-communities-107346
12/29/201815 minutes, 48 seconds
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Edmonton- holiday waste and collections

Neil Burghard is the City of Edmonton's waste specialist. 
12/23/20187 minutes, 33 seconds
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Calgary- dealing with holiday waste and collection schedules

Sharon Howland is the Leader of Program Management for Waste and Recycling Services with the City of Calgary
12/23/20189 minutes, 34 seconds
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Dark Christmas Fairy Tales

Dr Sylvie Magerstädt iws The Principal Lecturer in Media and Humanities at the University of Hertfroshire.  You can read her piece here:  https://theconversation.com/disneys-nutcracker-the-latest-movie-to-explore-the-dark-side-of-fairy-tales-105625
12/23/201813 minutes, 43 seconds
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ET Canada- National Treasures

With ET Canada Producer Stephen Banks. National Treasures airs on Christmas Day at 7:00pm on Global TV
12/23/201811 minutes, 27 seconds
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Ask a pharmacist- travelling, holidays, and medications

Edwin Ho is a Pharmacist part of the Express Scripts Ask a Pharmacist Campaign. 
12/23/201811 minutes, 29 seconds
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Why it's okay to avoid people that annoy you this holiday season

Jamie Gruman is a Professor and Senior Reseach Fellow at the University of Guelph and is author to the book Boost: The Science of Recharging Yourself in an Age of Unrelenting Demands
12/22/201813 minutes, 51 seconds
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Fertility Tracking Bracelet hits stores

Leah Von Bitter is the Co-founder and CEO of AVA, you can check out more about the bracelet here: http://avawomen.com/
12/22/201812 minutes, 41 seconds
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The merits of facebook- and are there viable alternates?

Joshua rotter is an editor at CNET Download.com you can read his piece here: https://www.cnet.com/news/the-10-best-facebook-alternatives-for-android-and-ios/
12/22/201831 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mountain conditions are awesome for the holidays

With "Powder" Matt Mosteller
12/22/20186 minutes, 53 seconds
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ET Canada's Music Superstars of 2018

Watch it on Global on Dec 25 at 7:30 pm. With Et Canada's Producer Stephen Banks.
12/22/20189 minutes, 39 seconds
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High School E-Sports

Steve Jaworski of High School E-sports League, talks about the drive to sign up more high schools in Canada.
12/15/20187 minutes, 38 seconds
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laura kilcrease

Alberta Innovates CEO, Laura Kilcrease, outlines the first stage of next June's Inventure conference which brings together entrepreneurs, researchers, and financial folks to help build the economy.
12/15/20188 minutes, 8 seconds
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Mercer's 2019 Economic Forecast

Dave Makarchuk of Mercer lays out the global economic outlook for 2019.
12/15/20188 minutes, 14 seconds
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Icequakes

University of Alberta researcher, Jeff Kavanaugh, on icequakes which were a part of the rural scene early in 2018.
12/15/20187 minutes, 26 seconds
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amn podcast - dec. 15th

Senator Doug Black on C-69 and on his invitation to the premier of Quebec to come and learn something about the Alberta energy sector.  Environment Minister, Shannon Phillips, on a new wilderness park in NE Alberta;  Edmonton Public School Board chair, Michelle Draper, on the new Kindergarten to Grade 4 curriculum; and condo owner, Bob MacLeod, on new rules coming into place next year on condo board governance.
12/15/201830 minutes, 49 seconds
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New Condo Rules

Bob MacLeod of the Condo Owners Society of Alberta, speaks to new rules for boards and condo owners, unveiled Friday  by Service Alberta.
12/15/20188 minutes, 26 seconds
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New K-4 Curriculum

Michelle Draper, chair of the Edmonton Public School Board, speaks about the new K-4 curriculum unveiled on Friday by education minister, David Eggen.
12/15/20188 minutes, 48 seconds
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Biodiversity Park

Environment & parks minister, Shannon Phillips, speaks about a new biodiversity area being established adjacent to Wood Buffalo National Park following consultations with First Nations, governments, and industry.
12/15/20188 minutes, 33 seconds
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C-69 & Quebec

Alberta Senator, Doug Black, speaks about C-69 now through second reading in the Senate, and about his invitation to Quebec premier, Francois Legault to improve his knowledge of the energy sector.
12/15/20187 minutes, 55 seconds
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Northern Leaders

Economic development & trade minister, Deron Bilous, speaks about the northern Alberta leaders summit held on Thursday in Slave Lake.
12/15/20188 minutes, 17 seconds
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amn podcast - dec. 9th

Global News chief political correspondent, David Akin, on Friday's first ministers meeting in Montreal;  Dr. David Swann, on a First Nations' proposal to eliminate game farms in Canada;  Tom Keenan on cybersecurity threats;  and Jeremy Harbinson on the Canadian Conservation Corp are a part of this week's Alberta Morning News podcast.
12/9/201831 minutes, 43 seconds
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Canadian Conservation Corp

Jeremy Harbinson of the Canadian Conservation Corp speaks about the program aimed at 18-30 year old Canadians with a passion for conservation and the great outdoors.
12/9/20187 minutes, 31 seconds
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Marine Shipping

Ian Holliday of the Angus Reid Institute speaks about a new survey on Canadians' attitudes towards marine shipping.
12/9/20189 minutes, 3 seconds
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Cyber Security

Tom Keenan, author of Technocreep, speaks about cyber security and the potential for outsiders to disrupt accurate information flows.
12/9/20188 minutes, 33 seconds
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JTF - Ukraine

Lt. Cpl. Pierre Leroux, head of Joint Task Force Ukraine, speaks about the Canadian military mission to that country.
12/9/20188 minutes, 44 seconds
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First Ministers Conference

Global News chief political correspondent, David Akin, summarizes Friday's first ministers conference in Montreal.
12/8/201810 minutes, 54 seconds
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Game Farms

Alberta Liberal MLA, Dr. David Swann, speaks about a resolution passed by the Assembly of First Nations aimed at getting rid of game farms in Canada.
12/8/20188 minutes, 8 seconds
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HMCS Edmonton

Putting a dent in the international drug trafficking network has been the recent assignment for HMCS Edmonton, the Canadian frigate commanded by Lt. Commander Kristina Gray.
12/8/20187 minutes, 1 second
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Canola

Jim Everson, president of the Canola Council of Canada, outlines plans for the continued growth of a crop the world wants to buy.
12/8/20188 minutes, 37 seconds
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amn podcast - dec. 2nd

Jody Wachowich of AgSafe Alberta, Mike Walls on moving crude oil by rail, Amber Ruddy of the CFIB on the need for small business owners to plan for their retirement, and Jim Baker of the Banff Centre on the latest tour of offerings from the Banff Mountain Film Festival are this week's highlights.
12/2/201827 minutes, 45 seconds
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Banff Festival Films

Jim Baker of the Banff Centre has assembled this year's world tour of films drawn from the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival.
12/2/20187 minutes, 33 seconds
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New Provincial Parks

Bill Wells of Alberta Recreation & Parks Association, speaks about the province's proposal to build eight new provincial parks in west central Alberta.
12/2/20188 minutes, 30 seconds
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Digital & Youth

University of Alberta researcher, Jeff Daniels, wants to know how much digital is too much digital for young people.
12/2/20188 minutes, 30 seconds
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Small Business Retirees

Amber Ruddy of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business speaks about the need for small business owners to prepare for retirement.
12/2/20187 minutes, 43 seconds
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Oil by Rail

Mike Walls, senior crude oil analyst at Genscape, talks about the complexities of moving crude oil by rail.
12/1/20187 minutes, 37 seconds
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Virtual Gym

Computing science researcher, Eleni Stroulia, speaks about an idea for a virtual gym being developed at the University of Alberta.
12/1/20188 minutes, 37 seconds
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Ponoka Problem

Ponoka Mayor, Rick Bonnett, speaks about an argument his council is having with the province over how to pay for a much needed multi-purpose field house.
12/1/20188 minutes, 34 seconds
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EPCOR Project

Craig Bonneville of EPCOR speaks about the company's venture into solar power and battery storage.
12/1/20188 minutes, 52 seconds
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Fentanyl Crisis

Global News reporter, Sam Cooper, on his weeklong series on the fentanyl crisis in Canada and what needs to be done about it.
12/1/20188 minutes, 51 seconds
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Safety in Agriculture

Jody Wachowich, executive director of AgSafety Alberta, speaks to new regulations on occupational health and safety which take effect today in the provincial agriculture sector.
12/1/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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amn podcast - nov 25th

Alberta environment & parks minister, Shannon Phillips, Avalanche Canada's Karl Klassen, Dennie Hycha of the College of Alberta Nurses Association, and Jerry Bigma of Alberta Food Processors Association are today's guests.
11/25/201827 minutes, 28 seconds
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Voting Systems

Seth Klein of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives speaks about the referendum underway in BC to decide if voters should move away from the "first past the post" electoral system.
11/25/20188 minutes, 23 seconds
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Feds & Alberta Business

Ken Kobly of the Alberta Chambers of Commerce speaks about the past week's federal financial statement and its potential impacts on Alberta businesses.
11/25/20188 minutes, 23 seconds
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New Rules for Nurses

Dennie Hycha, president of the College and Association of Nurses in Alberta, speaks about new regulations for nurses and nurse practitioners in Alberta.
11/25/20186 minutes, 11 seconds
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Food Processing

Jerry Bigam, a director of the Alberta Food Processors Association, speaks about the industry's prospects for 2019.
11/25/20188 minutes, 43 seconds
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World Cup Skiing

Vania Grandi, chair of Alpine Canada, speaks about the World Cup ski event on this weekend at Lake Louise.
11/24/20188 minutes, 31 seconds
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Grey Cup 2019

Mike Franco, who will chair the 2019 event in Calgary, reports from Edmonton where he is studying how the Edmonton group staged the 2018 Grey Cup festival.
11/24/20188 minutes, 17 seconds
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Business Forum

Laura Dawson, head of the Canada-US Institute in Washington, speaks about Friday's business forum at Lake Louise and the continuing evolving relationship between Canada and the United States.
11/24/20189 minutes, 21 seconds
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Children at Risk

Alberta child advocate, Del Griff, speaks about some of the work his office is currently doing on behalf of young people.
11/24/20187 minutes, 51 seconds
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Environment & Parks

Minister Shannon Phillips on a couple of environmental issues and on plans to build eight new provincial parks in west central Alberta.
11/24/20189 minutes, 15 seconds
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Avalanche Canada

Karl Klassen from Avalanche Canada provides details of the agency's plans for the 2018-2019 season.
11/24/20188 minutes, 53 seconds
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amn podcast - nov 18th

On today's rogram. Alberta Senator Doug Black on 2 bills now before the Senate with implications for the energy sector.  Ali Hounsell of Trans Mountain speaks about work that has already been done on marine impacts of the pipeline and of shipping product out of Vancouver.  Ron Glazer of Canada Beef on export prospects to the Far East.  And, volunteer Doug Campbell, who's helping to build the World Cup ski track at Lake Louise.
11/18/201828 minutes, 31 seconds
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Alberta Advantage Party

Alberta's newest political party holds its inaugural AGM in Lacombe.  Leder Marilyn Burns joins the conversation.
11/18/20186 minutes, 16 seconds
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Seed Breeders

How much should farm producers pay for the seed they need to produce crops?  That's a timely and much discussed topic among farmers these days.
11/18/20189 minutes, 21 seconds
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Trans Mountain - Marine

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.
11/17/20187 minutes, 37 seconds
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Pipelines & Oil Tankers

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.
11/17/20188 minutes, 35 seconds
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Lake Louise Prep

Doug Campbell, one of the many volunteers involved in staging the Lake Louise World Cup ski events, speaks about preparations which are now underway.
11/17/20188 minutes, 7 seconds
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IPSOS Poll on Cannabis

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.
11/17/20187 minutes, 35 seconds
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Black Friday

Jeff Guthrie of Moneris on some of the consumer trends he's noticed about shopping on Black Friday which is coming up next week.
11/17/20188 minutes, 41 seconds
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CF-100

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.
11/17/20187 minutes, 38 seconds
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Beef & The Far East

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.
11/17/20188 minutes, 9 seconds
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Marda Loop Fim Festival

Producers Nova Ami & Velcrow Ripper talk about their NFB production called Metamorphisis which tackles the topic of climate change through the use of art.
11/11/20188 minutes, 20 seconds
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7:06 am - Alberta Morning News

Terry Pedwell of Canadian Press reflects on Canada 100 years ago.
11/11/20186 minutes, 26 seconds
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Road Building

Ron Glen, head of the provincial association of road builders and heavy equipment operators, speaks about this coming week's convention in Banff.
11/11/20187 minutes, 47 seconds
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eric adams

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.
11/10/20187 minutes, 48 seconds
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Seclusion Rooms

Calgary parent and activist, Rae Martens offers some useful thoughts on seclusion rooms and whether they should be part of Alberta schools.
11/10/20188 minutes, 6 seconds
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Seniors Care

Irene Martin-Lindsay of the Alberta Seniors Communities & Housing Association on a new approach to dealing with seniors in the province.
11/10/20187 minutes, 48 seconds
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Music & Alzheimers

University of Toronto music professor, Nichael Thaut, speaks about some promising research on how familiar music can trigger memories for alzheimers patients.
11/10/20187 minutes, 32 seconds
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Digital Tech & Gen-Z

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.
11/10/20188 minutes, 37 seconds
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Cannabis & Travel

What you should know about cannabis and travel from Roland Van Meur of the Alberta Motor Association.
11/10/20187 minutes, 37 seconds
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Livestock Plebiscite

Rich Smith of Alberta Beef Producers speaks to several topics, among them, the current plebiscite on checkoff fees paid by producers.
11/10/20188 minutes, 59 seconds
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Cayley Musicians

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.
11/4/20186 minutes, 21 seconds
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Opioid Interactive Experience

Bree Claude of the County of Strathcona near Edmonton, talks about an interactive display that tries to teach folks about opioid addiction.
11/4/20188 minutes, 41 seconds
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Arctic Situation

University of Alberta's Paul Myers, talks about the current state of the Arctic Ocean.
11/4/20187 minutes
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Money & Stress

Laurie Campbell,  CEO of Credit Canada, talks about the stress of money management.
11/4/20187 minutes, 47 seconds
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Short Track Speed Skating

Susan Auch, head of Speed Skating Canada, speaks about this weekend's short track World Cup event in Calgary and about the upcoming Olympic plebiscite.
11/3/20188 minutes, 35 seconds
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Medicinal Cannabis

Dr. Sana-Ara Ahmed, a pain specialist, speaks about the use of medicinal cannabis to treat pain.
11/3/20188 minutes, 38 seconds
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Water for Life Gala

David Conley, president & CEO of Unicef Canada, speaks about tonight's Water For Life fund raising gala in Calgary.
11/3/20187 minutes, 53 seconds
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Mental Health of Jurors

Conservative MP, Michael Cooper is the architect of C-417, a bill introduced in the House of Commons this week that seeks to give jurors the chance to get mental health help without putting into jeopardy the best interests of justice.
11/3/20187 minutes, 9 seconds
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Assisted Dying

Alberta Liberal leader, David Khan wants to know why at least one Alberta agency is not helping those who want information on assisted dying, and wants to know why the province isn't enforcing the law on this subject.
11/3/20188 minutes, 44 seconds
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Less Beef

Dalhousie food management professor, Sylvain Charlebois, speaks about a growing trend in Canada to consume less beef and still get protein from other sources.
11/3/20189 minutes, 38 seconds
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Brooke McAlary

Author Brooke McAlary speaks about her book "Slow Down" and about the North American tour with her family to promote it.
10/28/20188 minutes, 35 seconds
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TEC Edmonton

TEC Edmonton CEO, Chris Lumb, speaks to a new incubator for health entrepreneurs.
10/28/20188 minutes, 27 seconds
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Caribou Plan

Carolyn Campbell of the Alberta Wilderness Association speaks about plans to save the wood caribou herds of northern Alberta.
10/28/20188 minutes, 8 seconds
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Algae Research

Trying to address the challenges of algae in our waters.  There's a big prize for the company that can find the answers.
10/28/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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Helping Seniors

University of Alberta computer researcher, Irene Cheng, speaks about the application of artificial intelligence technology to help monitor seniors' safety.
10/28/20188 minutes, 13 seconds
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Indigenous Child Welfare

Alex Scheiber of BC Child Services speaks about a national conference on indigenous child welfare taking place this weekend in Calgary.
10/27/20188 minutes, 25 seconds
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Springbank Dam

Springbank resident, Lee Drewry, speaks about the ongoing argument over a proposed Springbank dam and alternatives that those affected want the province to consider.
10/27/20189 minutes, 6 seconds
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Autism & Airports

Peggy Blacklock of the Calgary Airport Authority speaks about a program that helps families with autistic members feel more comfortable in airports and with flying.
10/27/20187 minutes, 1 second
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Prentice Corridor

Larry Simpson of the Nature Conservancy of Canada speaks about a new project in the Crowsnest Pass area of southern Alberta that will honour the late Jim Prentice.
10/27/20187 minutes, 59 seconds
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STARS Refit

STARS President & CEO, Andrea Roberton, speaks about the retrofit of the STARS air ambulance fleet serving Alberta.
10/27/20188 minutes, 40 seconds
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Agriculture Lobby

Alberta Barley vice-chair, Dave Bishop, comments on a week of lobbying of parliamentarians and bureaucrats in Ottawa on behalf of agriculture producers.
10/27/20188 minutes, 56 seconds
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Alberta Party

Party leader, Stephen Mandel, comments on Saturday's policy conference which brought together more than 500 delegates in Edmonton.
10/21/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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IPSOS Election Poll

IPSOS CEO, Darrell Bricker comments on the latest polling a year and a day before the next federal election.
10/21/20189 minutes, 18 seconds
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Medicinal Cannabis

Laura Tamblyn Watts of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons speaks about the challenges presented by the use of medicinal cannabis.
10/21/20188 minutes, 18 seconds
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Teachers & Math Scores

Greg Jeffrey, President of Alberta Teachers, speaks to this week's findings by the province on provincial testing scores in mathematics.
10/21/20187 minutes, 42 seconds
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Exercise & Pregnancy

University of Alberta researcher, Margie Davenport, has helped develop new guidelines for exercise during pregnancy.
10/21/20187 minutes, 45 seconds
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Travel Alberta

Travel Alberta CEO, Royce Chwin, speaks about an industry gathering in Banff which gets underway today.
10/21/20188 minutes, 20 seconds
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Safe Places

Jenny Kain of Edmonton speaks about a UN-sponsored conference held this week to talk about safe places for women.
10/20/20187 minutes, 40 seconds
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Diabetes Pump

Pat Tohill of Juvenile Diabetes Canada Foundation speaks about a new tool that is going to help Type 1 diabetics deal with their disease and with their treatment.
10/20/20187 minutes, 59 seconds
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SAIT Drones

Rick Tofani of SAIT talks about the development of a new testing area for drones in SE Calgary.
10/20/20187 minutes, 52 seconds
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Victims Services Funding

Alf Rudd, head of the Alberta Police Based Victims Services Association, speaks about what its members do and how additional funding from the province can be put to good use.
10/20/20186 minutes, 54 seconds
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Dyslexia

Christine Staley of Dyslexia Canada speaks about a national campaign to draw attention to this disease.
10/20/20188 minutes, 34 seconds
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Small Business Tool

Celyeste Power of Insurance Bureau of Canada speaks about a new tool developed for small business owners to allow them to measure risks to their businesses and property.
10/20/20188 minutes, 35 seconds
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Patrick Tohill

Patrick Tohill of JDRF speaks about a new device that helps Type 1 diabetics control their disease and their treatment.
10/19/20187 minutes, 39 seconds
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Teachers Conference

Jonathan Teghtmeyer of Alberta Teachers speaks about Saturday's discussion on economics vs environment in the energy sector.
10/14/20186 minutes, 39 seconds
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Tech-Access Centres

Ken Doyle of Tech-Access Canada speaks about what the 30 existing centres provide to small business.
10/14/20188 minutes, 50 seconds
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Small Business Week

Sandip Lalli, CEO of the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, speaks about small business week being marked across Canada starting Monday.
10/14/20187 minutes, 3 seconds
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China Trade

Edward Greenspon, CEO of the Public Policy Forum, advocates a sector by sector aproach to building trade with China.
10/14/20189 minutes, 18 seconds
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Finding Ag Workers

Debra Hauer of the Canadian Agricultural Human Resources Council, speaks about the challenge of filling jobs in the agri-business sector.
10/14/20189 minutes, 10 seconds
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Exercise & Pregnancy

Dr. Trevor Day came across an interesting sidebar piece of research during some study of high altitude work in the Himalayas.
10/13/20187 minutes, 32 seconds
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AUPE Convention

AUPE President, Guy Smith, speaks about this week's convention which has attracted about 1,000 delegates to Edmonton.
10/13/20187 minutes, 26 seconds
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Sustainable Communities

St Albert Mayor, Cathy Heron, speaks about this week's sustainable communities conference held this week in Calgary.
10/13/20187 minutes, 56 seconds
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Protecting Kidneys

Dr. Dan Muruve from the Univerity of Calgary speaks about new research to protect kidneys from the use of dyes used in some imaging tests.
10/13/20188 minutes, 1 second
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White Moose Ranch

Calgary lawyer, Stan Carscallen, and his partner, Eva Friesen, have saved another piece of SW Alberta landscape from developers.
10/13/20186 minutes, 40 seconds
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Student Training

Emilie Hayes, author of a new study on prospective workers for small business, says there are gaps between what schools teach and what businesses need.
10/13/20187 minutes, 51 seconds
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Delayed Harvest

D'Arcy Hilgartner of Alberta Pulse Growers speaks about the state of the fall harvest in Alberta.
10/13/20187 minutes, 30 seconds
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senator doug black

Two bills now before Parliament deal with future reviews of natural resource projects and with tanker bans on moving crude oil.  The Senator is not pleased.
10/8/20188 minutes, 26 seconds
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Like War

Co-author Peter Singer, speaks about a new book, Like War:  the weaponization of social media.
10/8/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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Daughters of the Vote

Nancy Peckford of Equal Voice, speaks about getting more young women involved in politics.
10/8/20187 minutes, 43 seconds
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Empowering Women

Motivational speaker, Denise Donlan, speaks about her forthcoming trip to Calgary for a Canadian Women's Foundation conference.
10/8/20188 minutes, 47 seconds
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Drug Prices

Isabel Gagnon-Arpin outlines some of the factors that go into establishing prices for medications in Canada.
10/8/20188 minutes, 16 seconds
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Monday Business

Angus Watt of National Bank Financial with some Monday musings on the world of business.
10/8/20188 minutes, 51 seconds
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Tourism Jasper

James Jackson of Tourism Jasper details the popularity of the area and speaks to the Dark Skies event which begins at the end of the week.
10/8/20186 minutes, 31 seconds
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Health Literacy

Mack Rogers, executive director of ABC Life Literacy, outlines some ideas for its Health Matters program as part of Health Literacy Month.
10/8/20189 minutes, 18 seconds
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Treasure Hunt

George Kourounis of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society speaks about the great treasure hunt now going on along the Trans Canada Trail.
10/7/20186 minutes, 36 seconds
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Cannabis Impairment

Edmonton businessman, P-J Barclay, speaks about new technology his company is developing to test for cannabis impairment.
10/7/20187 minutes, 47 seconds
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Asthma Research

Dr. Richard Wilson outlines some important research in trying to deal with the reality of allergen-induced asthma attacks.
10/7/20187 minutes, 27 seconds
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Blockchains & Food

Dalhousie professor, Sylvain Charlebois, speaks about the trend to blockchain technology in the grocery industry.
10/7/20189 minutes, 16 seconds
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Millennials & Distracted Driving

Jordan Solway of Travelers Canada talks about a new survey about millennials and their take on distracted driving.  The results may surprise you.
10/6/20188 minutes, 12 seconds
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Canada Games Torch Relay

Scott Robinson of the Canada Games 2019 in Red Deer talks about lighting the torch to start the countdown to the Games coming to Red Deer in February, 2019.
10/6/20188 minutes, 9 seconds
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Concussions

Harrison Brown of HeadCheck talks about the development of software to help in the identification and treatment of concussions.
10/6/20188 minutes, 9 seconds
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USMCA & Lumber

Paul Whittaker of Alberta Forest Products reflects on the new North America trade agreement and its potential impact on the forestry sector.
10/6/20188 minutes
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Oil Forecast

Andrew Botterill of Deloitte with a crude oil price forecast for the rest of 2018.
10/6/20188 minutes, 9 seconds
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Magazine Publishing

Joyce Byrne of Alberta Magazine Publishers speaks about this week's financial shot in the arm from the provincial government.
10/6/20187 minutes, 18 seconds
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Strychnine

Jason Lenz of Alberta Barley speaks about concerns that the use of strychnine to control gopher populations may be banned without any alternatives to protecting crops.
10/6/20187 minutes, 48 seconds
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DNA & Ancestry

Linda Murray of the Alberta Family Histories Association, speaks about a conference in Calgary on Monday and Tuesday that deals with ancestry searches & DNA kits.
9/30/20188 minutes, 24 seconds
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New Museum

Chris Robinson, executive director of the Royal Alberta Museum, speaks about Wednesday's grand opening of the new museum in downtown Edmonton.
9/30/20187 minutes, 27 seconds
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Business Barometer

Amber Ruddy of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, speaks about the September business barometer for Alberta small business.
9/30/20188 minutes, 31 seconds
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NAFTA

Pedro Antunes, deputy chief economist at the Conference Board of Canada, provides a perspective on the NAFTA negotiations.
9/30/20188 minutes, 51 seconds
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New Plastics

Someday, says Paul Hazendonk from the chemistry department at the University of Lethbridge, the world will be able to use biodegradeable plastics made from something other than fossil fuels.
9/30/20188 minutes, 55 seconds
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Global Business Forum

National Bank's Angus Watt, speaks about this year's Global Business Forum which was held this week in Banff.
9/29/20188 minutes, 15 seconds
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MADD Research

University of Regina researcher, Dr. Nick Jones, presents new research on the impacts of drunk driving on survivors to the MADD national leadership forum in Toronto.
9/29/20187 minutes, 41 seconds
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Internet Speeds

Laura Tribe of Open Media speaks to the latest CRTC ruling on internet speeds for uploading and downloading material from the Internet./
9/29/20188 minutes, 40 seconds
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AUMA Convention

AUMA President, Barry Morishita, speaks about the provincial conference held this week in Red Deer.
9/29/20188 minutes, 32 seconds
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New AMA President

Meet Dr. Alison Clarke, the new president of the Alberta Medical Association.
9/23/20187 minutes, 20 seconds
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Midwifery

Nicole Matheson, president of the Alberta Association of Midwives speaks about the growth and maturity of the profession.
9/23/20187 minutes, 10 seconds
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Gender Equity

Paulette Senior of the Canadian Women's Foundation, speaks about gender equity week.
9/23/20187 minutes, 44 seconds
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Long Haul Trucking

Meet one woman who is daring to take on a job that has traditionally been thought of as man's work:  long haul trucking.
9/23/20188 minutes, 25 seconds
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Beef Producers Plebiscite

Charlie Christie, chair of the Alberta Beef Producers, on an upcoming vote on the checkoff system.
9/23/20188 minutes, 54 seconds
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Lucy Tries Hockey

Author & broadcaster, Lisa Bowes, speaks about the fourth book in her children's series on sports, entitled Lucy Tries Hockey.
9/22/20188 minutes, 13 seconds
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CETA

Int'l trade minister, Jim Carr, speaks about the 1st anniversary of the Canada-Europe free trade deal.
9/22/20188 minutes, 7 seconds
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Coding

Sharon Brown of Canada Learning Code speaks about a two-day seminar in Edmonton that teaches teachers how to teach students to do computer coding.
9/22/20189 minutes, 42 seconds
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Eagle Research

Peter Sherrington of Rocky Mountain Eagle Research Foundation speaks about the ongoing work of the organization.
9/22/20188 minutes, 41 seconds
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Trans Mountain

Trans Mountain pipeline supporter, Senator Doug Black, with his thoughts on Friday's announcement of more consultation on the project by the federal government.
9/22/20189 minutes, 6 seconds
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Massive Gift to University of Calgary

Dr. Baljit Singh, head of veterinary medicine at the University of Calgary, speaks about a massive gift from two Albertans that will benefit the entire university community.
9/22/20188 minutes, 55 seconds
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dr gigi osler - edit

The President of the Canadian Medical Association, Dr. GiGi Osler, speaks about the need for more resources to take care of Canada's seniors.
9/22/201816 minutes
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Canada-China Trade

The University of Alberta's Gordon Houlden speaks about continuing trade opportunities between Canada and China.
9/16/20188 minutes, 9 seconds
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ASC Idea

Hilary McMeekin  of the Alberta Securities Commission speaks about a new idea for community economic development organizations.
9/16/20187 minutes, 34 seconds
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Retailing

Eric Matusiak from BDO Canada looks at the current state of retailing in the country.
9/16/20187 minutes, 50 seconds
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gordon houlden

The executive director of the China Institute at the University of Alberta, speaks about opportunities for Canada in dealing with the Far East.
9/15/20188 minutes, 2 seconds
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International Trade

John Thaler, a portfolio manager with JAT Capital Management in Dallas, speaks about the international trade picture from an American perspective.
9/15/20188 minutes, 25 seconds
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Obesity Issues

Obesity Canada's Ximena Ramos-Salas speaks about her new research on obesity.
9/15/20189 minutes, 43 seconds
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New Networls

Alberta Innovates V-P, Rollie Dykstra, speaks about new funding for 3 new networks, each with the goal of reducinig greenhouse gas emissions.
9/15/20188 minutes, 17 seconds
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Mildred Lake

Forty years ago today, Mildred Lake staqrted producing heavy oil for the Syncrude partners.
9/15/20187 minutes, 39 seconds
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Book Support

Alexander Finbow of the Book Publishers of Alberta, speaks to increased financial support to the group from the province.
9/15/20187 minutes, 26 seconds
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Snowy Harvest

An early snowfall has disrupted harvesting operations in parts of northern and central Alberta.
9/15/20187 minutes, 36 seconds
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E-Mail For Seniors

A Vancouver company wants to win an Age-Well competition so it can turn software developers loose to design a seniors friendly e-mail system.
9/9/20187 minutes, 58 seconds
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Agriculture For Life

Luree Williamson of Agriculture For Life speaks about a drive to recruit 15-21 year olds to form a youth advisory council.
9/9/20186 minutes, 44 seconds
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Pork News

Alberta Pork executive director, Darcy Fitzgerald, speaks about the world trade scene and the negative impact it is having on at least one commodities group.
9/9/20189 minutes, 19 seconds
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Stamps-Esks Recap

Quite a piece of entertainment in Edmonton Saturday evening as the Eskimos beat the Calgary Stampeders 48-42.
9/9/20188 minutes, 40 seconds
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Alberta Insurance

Celyeste Power of the Insurance Bureau of Canada speaks about the challenges of keeping insurance rates under control for Alberta drivers.
9/8/20187 minutes, 56 seconds
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Vanier Scholar

University of Alberta's Will Schultz speaks about his research on the challenges that fentenyl presents in the correctional services.
9/8/20189 minutes, 21 seconds
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Habitat for Humanity

Jane Dafoe of Habitat for Humanity speaks about this weekend's fund raising cycling event on behalf of the charity.
9/8/20187 minutes, 13 seconds
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Alberta Harvest

Alberta Agriculture's Mark Cutts, provides an update on the state of the provincial harvest.
9/8/20187 minutes, 12 seconds
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Trans Mountain

BC Conservative MP, Cathy McLeod, is as frustrated with the federal response to a court decision on Trans Mountain, as are Albertans.
9/8/20188 minutes, 43 seconds
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Forestry Issues

Canada's forestry ministers met in Halifax this week to talk about issues.  Oneal Carlier, represented Alberta.
9/8/20188 minutes, 25 seconds
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laval st germain

Adventurer Laval St Germain speaks about his next project:  skiing to the South Pole.
9/3/20188 minutes, 3 seconds
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Wearable Technology

Dr. Reed Ferber from the University of Calgary talks about the latest news in wearable technology.
9/3/20188 minutes, 25 seconds
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Labour Day

Gil McGowan, president of the Alberta Federation of Labour, speaks about the importance of this day, this year.
9/3/20189 minutes, 58 seconds
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Consulting First Nations

University of Calgary law professor, David Wright, speaks about how to consult with First Nations on natural resource projects.
9/3/20188 minutes, 53 seconds
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Monday Finances

ARngus Watt of National Bank of Canada reflects on NAFTA, Trans Mountain, and the state of Alberta's finances.
9/3/20187 minutes, 38 seconds
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Inheritance Tax

Luc Theriault, head of economics at the University of New Brunswick, talks about the prospect of an inheritance tax coming into force in Canada.
9/3/20188 minutes, 59 seconds
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Financing Immigrants

Claudia Hepburn of Windmill Microlending speaks about financial assistance available to immigrants to help them upgrade their professional qualifications so that they can work in Canada.
9/3/20187 minutes, 54 seconds
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PRIDE & LGBTQ Movement

University of Calgary professor, Tonya Callaghan, speaks about the PRIDE movement and how it continues to evolve.
9/2/20188 minutes, 17 seconds
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Before Operational Stress Program

Psychologist Dr. Megan McElheran explains a new program for the military and first responders that prepares them for the emotional trauma of their work.
9/2/20188 minutes, 15 seconds
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Farmers Almanac

Farmers Almanac editor, Pete Geiger forecasts a long cold winter.
9/2/20187 minutes, 17 seconds
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sen. doug black

Alberta Senator Doug Black speaks about the latest roadblock in front of the Trans Mountain pipeline and what the federal government should do to get through it.
9/1/20189 minutes, 12 seconds
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Wound Care

Calgary's Rockyview Hospital is pioneering a new technique of using virtual reality technology as part of wound care.
9/1/20188 minutes, 36 seconds
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Notley & Trans Mountain

Global News reporter, Tom Vernon, speaks about Premier Rachel Notley and the impact Thursday's decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline will have on her and on her government.
9/1/20188 minutes, 20 seconds
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Trans Mountain Jobs

Ken Kobly, head of the Alberta Chambers of Commerce, laments the latest roadblock to the Trans Mountain pipeline project.
9/1/20189 minutes, 21 seconds
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NATO in Iraq

Major-General Dany Fortin speaks about taking command of a NATO training mission to Iraq.
9/1/20187 minutes, 48 seconds
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Parenting

Nicole Letourneau of Alberta Children's Hospital, talks about her new book on parenting.  It's based to a large degree on her clinical experience.
8/26/20188 minutes, 32 seconds
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Fires & Permafrost

Researcher Carlyn Gibson speaks about the environmental effects of fires on permafrost.
8/26/20188 minutes, 33 seconds
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Int'l Women in Policing

Staff sargeant Bev Voros of the Calgary Police Service, speaks about an international conference in policing now underway in Calgary.
8/26/20187 minutes, 13 seconds
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Soils Study

Soils scientist, Dr. Willemijn Appels, is looking at how water moves underground through irrigation.
8/26/20188 minutes, 52 seconds
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Muslim Convention

Qasim Choudray, a member of the Muslim community, speaks about this weekend's convention in Calgary.
8/25/20186 minutes, 53 seconds
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Addiction Ride

Daren McFarlane, a graduate of the Fresh Start Recovery Centre, speaks about today's motorcycle ride which is a big fund raiser for the charity.
8/25/20185 minutes, 57 seconds
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Nova Scotia LNG Project

Alfred Sorenson, CEO of Pieridae Energy, speaks about a $10 billion LNG project which is taking shape on the eastern coast of Nova Scotia.
8/25/20189 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cancer Survivor

Cancer survivor, Rickie-Lee Hildebrand, shares her story as part of the fund raising drive to support Alberta;s 17 cancer care centres.
8/25/20188 minutes, 17 seconds
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Conservative Convention

Global News reporter, Abigail Bimmen, reports from the Conservative policy convention on this weekend in Halifax.
8/25/20187 minutes, 40 seconds
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Farm Cash

Kevin Bender, chair of the AFlberta Wheat Board, speaks about the new Farm Cash program which comes into effect on Sept. 1st.
8/25/20187 minutes, 34 seconds
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Grassy Mountain Coal Project

Alberta MLA, Pat Stier, speaks about an upcoming environmental review of the proposed Grassy Mountain coal mining project.
8/19/20187 minutes, 57 seconds
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Wellness Curriculum

Education minister, David Eggen, speaks about proposed new components to the wellness curriculum being developed for Alberta schools.
8/19/20187 minutes, 44 seconds
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john hrypko

Royal LePage broker, John Hripko, speaks about a company survey on the buying tendencies of baby boomers.
8/19/201812 minutes, 45 seconds
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filomena tassi

A conversation with the federal Minister of Seniors, Filomena Tassi.
8/19/201811 minutes, 3 seconds
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CMA President-elect

Dr. Gigi Osler takes over on Tuesday as President of the Canadian Medical Association.
8/19/20188 minutes, 14 seconds
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Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

University of Alberta psychologist, Jason Harley, is doing some interesting work on the use of artificial intelligence in the classroom.
8/19/20189 minutes, 32 seconds
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Enbridge Ride Summary

George Andrews of the Alberta Cancer Foundation speaks to this year's 10th Annual ETnbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer.
8/18/20186 minutes, 50 seconds
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Bio-aviation Fuel

Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, ADmarjeet Sohi, speaks to the need for this country to do more to develop its bioaviation fuel industry.
8/18/20188 minutes, 50 seconds
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Kimberley Alert

Kimberley BC Mayor, Don McCormick, speaks to the fire alert for his community.
8/18/20189 minutes, 17 seconds
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Costly Treatment for Cancer

Global News reporter, Tom Vernon, with the story of a family fighting a cancer diagnosis and a treatment therapy that is prohibitively expensive.
8/18/20189 minutes, 23 seconds
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Alberta Farm Days

Rick Barr, co-owner of Barr Winery just outside Sherwood Park, speaks about Alberta Open Farm Days where the public can stop by to learn more about the process of producing fruit wines.
8/18/20187 minutes, 35 seconds
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Cancer Ride

Mark Little, a participant in this year's Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer, speaks about why he is taking part in the event.
8/18/20186 minutes, 1 second
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Potatoes & Irrigation

David Hill from the University of Lethbridge speaks about the potato industry in southern Alberta and what it would take to increase production of potatoes and other crops on the irrigated lands of the region.
8/18/20188 minutes, 41 seconds
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NAFTA Talks

Hugo Perezcano-Diaz, former Mexican head of negotiations on NAFTA, speaks about the current stage of talks.
8/12/20189 minutes, 9 seconds
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Meal Kits

Troy Media commentator, Sylvain Charlebois, speaks to the growing popularity of meal kits.
8/12/20188 minutes, 51 seconds
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Lost Farmland

Parkland County Mayor, Rod Shaigec, speaks to the loss of valuable farmland in the Edmonton area.
8/12/20187 minutes, 50 seconds
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Lock It or Lose It

Constable Derek Turner of the Red Deer RCMP speaks about the "Lock It or Lose It" public awareness campaign.
8/12/20187 minutes, 50 seconds
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Rover Challenge

Organizer, Justin Gerein, speaks about the international rover competition taking place this weekend in Drumheller.
8/11/20187 minutes, 58 seconds
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WHL Summit

Western Hockey League commissioner, Ron Robison, speaks about the hockey summit being held in Edmonton in conjunctioin with the Hlinka-Gretzky U-18 hockey tournament.
8/11/20189 minutes, 44 seconds
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Beauty Gala

Kim Angell, a cancer survivor, speaks about today's Beauty Galas going on at Shoppers Drug Mart stores across Canada.
8/11/20186 minutes, 28 seconds
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Jobs & the CFIB

Amber Ruddy, Alberta directior of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, speaks about jobs and about credit card interest rates for small business.
8/11/20188 minutes, 1 second
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Save The Whale

Michael Milstein from the National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration in Portland Oregon, speaks about an international effort to save an ailing killer whale.
8/11/20189 minutes, 1 second
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CAFTA & Trade

Brian Innes, chair of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance, speaks about the need to get trade deals completed and operational.
8/11/20188 minutes, 30 seconds
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barry ehlert

A progress report on Mickelson National Golf Club with Windmill Golf President, Barry Ehlert.
8/6/20188 minutes, 21 seconds
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shirley puttock

Shirley Puttock of the Foothills Bouys & Girls Club speaks about a grant from the Jumpstart program that will help the club with its work on behalf of young people in southern Alberta.
8/6/20187 minutes, 10 seconds
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rick tofani

Rick Tofani of SAIT speaks about new technology that will allow college researchers to continue their work on steam generation.
8/6/20187 minutes, 42 seconds
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paige towler

Paige Towler, associate editor of National Geographic Kids Books, on a new edition of weird facts about Canada.
8/6/20187 minutes, 2 seconds
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chris buttigieg

Chris Buttigieg of BMO Wealth Management, speaks about the :GIG economy.
8/6/20188 minutes, 46 seconds
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angus watt

Wealth management advisor, Angus Watt, speaks about the current state of Alberta's oil and gas industry.
8/6/20187 minutes, 27 seconds
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christal loewen

Christa Loewen of Global human rights forum speaks about this year's event which begins on Tuesday in Calgary.
8/6/20185 minutes, 27 seconds
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kelly fraser

Kelly Fraser, vice-chair of the Alberta Beef Producers, on a number of topics related to the livestock industry.
8/6/20187 minutes, 49 seconds
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Single Parent Travel

AMA Travel's Roland Van Meurs speaks about the hospitality industry's interest in single parent travel.
8/5/20187 minutes, 4 seconds
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CMHC Report

CMHC analyst, Lai Sing Louie, speaks about the latest assessment of mortgage and credit risk for Albertans.
8/5/20188 minutes, 16 seconds
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Invictus Athletes

Cavell Simmonds spent 35 years in the Canadian military.  Now she's training to be an athlete at this fall's Invictus Games.
8/5/20188 minutes, 9 seconds
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Indigenous Rehabilitation

Allen Benson from the Native Counseling Services of Alberta speaks about the challenges of dealing with Indigenous inmates in Canada's corrections system.
8/5/20187 minutes, 23 seconds
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Parched Land

University of Calgary's Mary-Ellen Tyler, speaks about new research she is doing on the challenges of drought in southern Alberta.
8/5/20189 minutes, 7 seconds
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Farm Checkoff Fees

Kevin Bender, chair of the Alberta Wheat Commission, comments on a decision by the Canadian Grain Commission not to return excessive fees to producers.
8/5/20186 minutes, 23 seconds
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Opioid Artists

A unique arts project created by those who suffer from opioid issues is discussed here with project co-ordinator, Brianna Willey.
8/4/20188 minutes, 27 seconds
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Milk River Grasslands

Cliff Wallis of the Alberta Wilderness Association speaks about the need to preserve rapidly vanishing grasslands in southern Alberta from the ravages of development.
8/4/20186 minutes, 45 seconds
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Bankers & Entrepreneurs

Michael Denham from the Business Development Bank speaks about dealing with entrepreneurs.
8/4/20187 minutes, 49 seconds
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dave beeson

BC realtor broker, Dave Beeson, speaks about the state of the recreational property market in the wake of the potential imposition of a special levy by the provincial government.
7/30/201810 minutes, 42 seconds
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Hlinka-Gretzky Cup

Dean McIntosh of Hockey Canada on the Hlinka GretZky Cup hockey tournament for the best of the world's U-18 players.
7/29/20186 minutes, 26 seconds
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Stroke Survivor

Meet Christine Holubec-Jackson, a stroke survivor, who is sharing her story to help others who are going through what she is going through.
7/29/20188 minutes, 48 seconds
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Innovation in Energy

Reynold Tetzlaff from PwC speaks about the value of innovation in the energy sector.
7/29/20187 minutes, 56 seconds
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Grocery Stores

The typical grocery store is under a siege and its survival is by no means assured says Troy Media columnist, Sylvain Charlebois.
7/29/20187 minutes, 49 seconds
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Elder Orphans

Stephanie Chamberlain, a PhD candidate in nursing at the University of Alberta, offers some thoughts on elder orphans and what needs to be done to help them.
7/29/20188 minutes, 41 seconds
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Saving for School

Chris Turchansky of ATB speaks about parents need to save for their children's education.
7/29/20187 minutes, 24 seconds
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rob dolson

How family and sport has helped a military veteran re-adjust to civilian life.
7/28/20188 minutes, 18 seconds
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cavell simmonds

Retired military nurse, Cavell Simmonds, is headed to the Invictus Games in Sydney Australia in October.
7/28/20188 minutes, 3 seconds
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Para-Triathlon Winner

Calgary's Stefan Daniel wins his first para-triathlon of the season in Edmonton.
7/28/20186 minutes, 4 seconds
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Invictus Athlete

Cpl (ret'd) Tanner Wilson speaks about his military service and about how sport has been an important tool in his recovery from PTSD and his return to civilian life.
7/28/20187 minutes, 20 seconds
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Vulnerable Forests

Canadian Forestry researcher, Ted Hogg, speaks about the growing problem that climate change is having for our native forests and trees.
7/28/20187 minutes, 51 seconds
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Taxes & Entrepreneurs

Charles Lammen of the Fraser Institute speaks about the additional challenges that higher taxation brings to entrepreneurship.
7/28/20188 minutes, 36 seconds
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Grain Grades

Kevin Bender from the Western Canada Grain Growers, speaks about changes to the way grains are identified - coming August 1st.
7/28/20188 minutes, 12 seconds
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Carmen in the Badlands

One of George Bizet's beloved operas comes to the Badlands Amphitheatre in Drumheller on August 4th, thanks to the vision of Mercury Opera artistic director, Darcia Parada.
7/22/20187 minutes, 47 seconds
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Jayna Hefford

Jayna Hefford, who played hockey for Canada for nearly 20 years, is the new interim commissioner of the Canadian Women's Hockey League.
7/22/20187 minutes, 36 seconds
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Indigenous Tourism

Brenda Holder, chair of Indigenous Tourism Alberta, speaks about the organization's plans moving forward.
7/22/20187 minutes, 32 seconds
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tom ruth

Tom Ruth, president & CEO of Edmonton Int'l Airport, speaks about the Smart Airports conference opening Monday in Edmonton.
7/22/20189 minutes, 27 seconds
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Pharmacare 2

Fraser Institute Senor Fellow, Kristina Acri, speaks about how the pharmaceutical industry "may" respond to the prospect of a national pharmacare strategy in Canada.
7/22/20187 minutes, 34 seconds
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Mapping Alberta

Geographer, Chris Hopkinson, speaks to an extensive mapping exercise going on in Alberta this summer as part of research into climate change.
7/22/20188 minutes, 15 seconds
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Wheat to Japan

Tom Steve, GM of the Alberta Wheat Commission, speaks to the resumption of the grain trade with Japan.
7/22/20188 minutes, 34 seconds
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Pharmacare 2

Fraser Institute researcher, Kristina Acri, offers something else to think about when it comes to a national pharmacare program in Canada.
7/21/20187 minutes, 29 seconds
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Special Olympics

Johnny Byrne, head of Alberta Special Olympics, marks the 50th anniversary of this world wide movement.
7/21/20187 minutes, 31 seconds
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Pharmacare

Dr. Eric Hoskins, chair of the National Advisory Committee on Pharmacare, speaks about a public online consultation process that is now underway.
7/21/20187 minutes, 55 seconds
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Council of the Federation

A busy two days of talks on a variety of subjects as Canada's premiers gathered in St. Andrew NB.  Global News reporter, Morganne Campbell tells us about what took place.
7/21/20189 minutes, 5 seconds
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Landscape Architecture

The first Masters class of landscape architects has just graduated from the University of Calgary and Dr. John Brown from the Faculty of Environment Design is delighted the program is now available in Alberta.
7/21/20186 minutes, 5 seconds
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Agriculture Meetings

Alberta Agriculture & Forestry Minister, Oneal Carlier, reports on the federal provincial meetings held this week in Vancouver.
7/21/20187 minutes, 49 seconds
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SMART Summit

Greg Estell, head of SMART Technologies, speaks about an education summit on the marriage of smart technology and education.
7/15/20187 minutes, 25 seconds
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Victor Walk

NHL alumnus, Theo Fleury, speaks about leading his 5th Victor Walk to bring attention to sexual abuse.
7/15/20187 minutes, 48 seconds
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New Calgary Stampede President

Meet the new president of the Calgary Stampede - Dana Peers.
7/15/20187 minutes, 48 seconds
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Snapshot of Canada

Barbara Hilden from the Borealis Gallery of Edmonton speaks about the opening of a new exhibit entitled Snapshot of Canada.
7/15/20185 minutes, 44 seconds
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Cannabis & Embryos

Biological sciences researcher, Declan Ali, speaks about a new project that links cannabis use with the development of cells in zebrafish.
7/15/20188 minutes, 30 seconds
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Friendlier Fertilizer

Clyde Graham with Fertilizer Canada speaks about the drive to use fertilizer in a more environmentally friendly way.
7/15/20187 minutes, 53 seconds
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Farm Credit

Farm Credit Canada chief economist,  J-P Gervais, speaks about what farmers are telling him about the current state of the agriculture economy in Alberta.
7/15/20188 minutes, 15 seconds
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SupportHER

Monica Kretschmer, founder and CEO of Canadian Business Chicks, speaks about finding good mentors for women who want to succeed in business.
7/14/20188 minutes, 7 seconds
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Aluminum Straws

American inventor and manufacturer, Bill Marshall, speaks about an alternative to plastic straws.
7/14/20189 minutes, 58 seconds
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Terrorism Exercise

Major Christian Lepage, director of Exercise Precise Response, speaks about an important training camp for soldiers from 10 NATO countries, now underway at CFB Suffield.
7/14/20188 minutes
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Stampede Art

Calgary artist, Paul van Ginkel, speaks about his participation at this year's Calgary Stampede, in the western art display and on the racetrack.
7/14/20188 minutes, 9 seconds
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Provincial Affairs

Global News reporter, Tom Vernon, reports on a number of provincial political activities including next week's meeting of the Council of the Federation in St. Andrews, NB.
7/14/20189 minutes, 33 seconds
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Viruses

Chemistry professor, Fred West, speaks about an interesting collaboration among researchers at the University of Alberta that has led to some promising findings on dealing with some of the world's deadliest viruses.
7/14/20188 minutes, 32 seconds
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Beef & The Stampede

Rich Smith, executive director of Alberta Beef Producers, speaks about industry news coming out of the Calgary Stampede.
7/14/20188 minutes, 17 seconds
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Cannibus Edibles

Sylvain Charleboix, dean of the faculty management at Dalhousie University, speaks about the future of cannabis edibles in Canada.
7/8/20188 minutes
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Personal Health Care

Dr. Donna Manca from the University of Alberta speaks about a new care model that increases preventative behaviour in patients.
7/8/20187 minutes, 49 seconds
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Voluntourism

Albertan Kelsey White has found a new calling as a volunteer and social activist, now working for Operation Groundswell in India.    
7/8/20188 minutes, 21 seconds
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Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan

The Minister of National Defence, Harjit Sajjan, speaks about a new federal-provincial initiative to help military familes adjust to transfers among military assignments in Canada.
7/7/20187 minutes, 31 seconds
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Aboriginal Education

Alberta education minister, David Eggen, on the progress being made in upgrading Indigenous education into the province's school curriculum.
7/7/20187 minutes, 41 seconds
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Badlands Passion Play

Vance Neufeld, executive director of the Badlands Passion Play speaks about this year's show and how it is different from the previous 24 stagings of the life of Christ.
7/7/20187 minutes, 18 seconds
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Truth & Reconciliation

The Minister of Indigenous & Northern Affairs, Carolyn Bennett, speaks about a new memorandum of understanding with the Blood tribe of southern Alberta.
7/7/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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Grain & Trains

Darrell Fransoo, a director of the Western Canada Wheat Growers Association speaks about the most recent meeting with CN over shipments of grains.
7/7/20186 minutes, 57 seconds
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Cody Snyder

Former world bullriding champion, Cody Snyder, talks about three big fund raising bullriding events coming up this week at Ranchman's in south Calgary.
7/2/20188 minutes, 57 seconds
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Cody Byrns

Author and motivational speaker, Cody Byrns, speaks about resilience and persistence in the face of overwhelming tragedy.
7/2/20187 minutes, 45 seconds
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Slugs

Biological sciences researcher, Lien Luong, wants slugs to help her with a research project to kill them.
7/2/20187 minutes, 33 seconds
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Alberta Consumer Debt

Grant Thornton bankjruptcy truste, Freida Richer, on the continuing problem of Alberta consumer debt.
7/2/20188 minutes, 13 seconds
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Common Law Property

Laura Buckingham of the Alberta Law Reform Institute on the need for new legislation covering the division of property from common law relationships.
7/2/20187 minutes, 55 seconds
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WCB Funds

The CFIB's Amber Ruddy on suspicions the provincial government is seeking ways not to reimburse businesses for excessive contributions to the Workers Compensation Board.
7/2/20187 minutes, 28 seconds
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A Plan for Sunshine Village

Peter Zimmerman of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society speaks to Parks Canada's call for input on a new management plan for the Sunshine Village ski area.
7/2/20188 minutes, 32 seconds
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Inflammation

University of Alberta rehabilitative medicine's Karim Fouad, speaks about new discoveries about inflammation that could lead to cure for spinal injuries and strokes.
7/2/20188 minutes
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Privacy in a Facebook World

Author and computer science instructor, Sean Worthington, speaks to how to keeping personal information private in an increasingly open world.
7/2/20187 minutes, 52 seconds
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Frontier College Literacy Camps

Richard Harvey of Frontier College speaks to 122 literacy camps being held in First Nations communities across Canada, including 22 in Alberta.
7/2/20187 minutes, 44 seconds
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Millarville Races

This annual Canada Day tradition is the starting point this year for the rebuild of the community's arena.
7/1/20187 minutes, 31 seconds
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NATO in Latvia

Lt. Col Sean French heads up Canada's contribution to the NATO battle group now at work in Latvia.
7/1/20187 minutes, 56 seconds
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Aboriginals and Canada Day

Noella Wells, director of the Iniikokaan Centre at Bow Valley College in Calgary, talks about a celebration of Canada Day by the country's Indigenous peoples.
7/1/20186 minutes, 57 seconds
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Athletes or Workers?

Are athletes, athletes, or are they workers who should be subject to employee benefits under provincial and state labour codes?  WHL commissioner, Ron Robison is in the midst of the debate.
7/1/20187 minutes, 36 seconds
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Canadian Trivia

Anthony Wilson-Smith of Historica Canada on a playful Canada Day poll that reveals some little-known facts about Canadian history.
7/1/20187 minutes, 55 seconds
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Alberta Beekeeping

Connie Phillips of the Alberta Beekeeping Commission talks about the health of bees and about their importance in the agriculture sector.
7/1/20188 minutes, 45 seconds
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Eugene Beaulieu

Eugene Beaulieu, professor of economnics, School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary, on the new string of tariffs on US goods levied by the Canadian government and taking effect on July 1st.
6/30/20188 minutes, 23 seconds
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Life Jackets

A friendly reminder on a holiday weekend to wear a life jacket if you are in, or on, the water.
6/30/20186 minutes, 58 seconds
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ATV's

Don Voaklander of the Injury Prevention Centre at the University of Alberta, talks about the number of people who are hurt riding on ATV's.
6/30/20188 minutes, 34 seconds
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Highland Dance

Bill Trook, adjudicator, choreographer, and coach, talks about the Canadian Highland Dance championships taking place this weekend in Calgary.
6/30/20188 minutes, 2 seconds
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Olds Smart Farm

Jason Bradley, director of the Olds College Smart Farm, talks about the new technology that is changing the way farming is done.
6/30/20188 minutes, 21 seconds
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Children in Care

Kelly Provost, head of the Piikani Child and Family Services office, speaks to a new plan for child care which has been put forward by the Alberta government.
6/30/20187 minutes, 48 seconds
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Bill 6 Rules

New regulations that emphasize safety for farm workers are to take effect on Dec. 1st.  Dairy farmer, Albert Kamps, head of the Ag Coalition tells about this story.
6/30/20187 minutes, 43 seconds
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Defense Jobs

Denean Tomlin of the Western Canada Defense Industries Association speaks about challenges and opportunities for companies operating in western Canada.
6/24/20188 minutes, 2 seconds
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Eagle Spirit Energy

Calvin Helin, President of Eagle Spirit Energy Corporation, brings us up to date on this intriguing energy corridor project.
6/24/20188 minutes, 58 seconds
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Work Week

Angus Reid Institute researcher, Dave Korzinski, on what we'd prefer for the ideal work week.
6/24/20187 minutes, 52 seconds
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CAFTA & Trade

Claire Citeau of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance on the current state of trade deals.
6/24/20187 minutes, 45 seconds
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Birdies For Kids

Scott Thon, CEO of presenting sponsor, AltaLink, speaks to this year's goals for the Shaw Charity Classic's Birdies For Kids program.
6/23/20187 minutes, 9 seconds
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Beer

Luke Harford of Beer Canada speaks to new federal standards, coming soon to a brewery near you.
6/23/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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Tech & Autos

Digital transformation expert, Andrew Au, on the challenges companies like Amazon present to traditional retailers.
6/23/20188 minutes, 12 seconds
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Humboldt Bracelet

Calgary hockey mom, Jenn Watson, has come up with a unique tribute to the Humboldt Broncos
6/23/20187 minutes, 40 seconds
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GSA Research

The Werkland School of Education at the University of Calgary is researching the challenge of dealing with Gay Straight Alliances in the province's schools.
6/23/20188 minutes, 5 seconds
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Rural Crime

Cor de Wit, head of Alberta Rural Crime Watch, speaks about the ongoing problem of rural crime and the fact that dealing with the problem begins with rural residents.
6/23/20189 minutes, 17 seconds
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The Science of Food & Cooking

Biology instructor, Brant Pohorelic, speaks about a summer course he will be teaching at the University of Calgary.
6/17/20187 minutes, 35 seconds
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Father's Day

Marking a day for dad with Nora Spinks, CEO of the Vanier Institute of the Family.
6/17/20189 minutes, 3 seconds
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CleanSeas Technology

Emissions Reductions Alberta's Steve MacDonald speaks about new technology that may impact the production of bunker oil for ocean shipping.
6/17/20188 minutes, 12 seconds
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Food Guide

Canada's new Food Guide will be out in November and dietician Dana Olstad speaks to what she hopes will be in it.
6/17/20188 minutes, 24 seconds
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Seaweed for Livestock

Agriculture Canada researcher, Wade Abbott, on using seaweed to feed livestock.
6/17/20188 minutes, 47 seconds
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Alberta High Schools Report Card

Peter Cowley of the Fraser Institute with a report card on Alberta high schools.
6/16/20188 minutes, 53 seconds
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The Whyte's 50th

Entertainer Cori Brewster reflects on her family's history in Banff and on her part in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.
6/16/20186 minutes, 41 seconds
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STARS Fund Raiser

STARS air ambulance chief executive, Andrea Robertson on the fund raising efforts of four Alberta business leaders who raised $640,000 for the charity and learned a bit about it in the process.
6/16/20187 minutes, 34 seconds
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Seniors Fraud

Allison Trollope of the Alberta Securities Commission speaks about seniors fraud and the perils of losing life's savings if you don't know how to recognize suspicious deals.
6/16/20188 minutes, 30 seconds
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PTSD Bill

BC MP, Todd Doherty, speaks about Bill C-211, his private member's initiative designed to create a national framework for dealing with post traumatic stress disorder.
6/16/20188 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sports Betting

Betting on individual sports events has been legalized in the US following a Supreme Court ruling.  How quickly might this happen in Canada?
6/16/20189 minutes, 8 seconds
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Innotech College

College president, Julie Rubin, speaks about the goals of adding to the digital and technical skills levels of the Alberta workforce.
6/16/20188 minutes
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Exercise MAPLE FLAG

Col. Paul Doyle, commander of 4 Wing, CFB Cold Lake speaks about an aerial exercise that prepares fliers from more than a dozen countries to work together in a war setting.
6/10/20188 minutes, 2 seconds
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Petrochemicals

Allan Fogwill, head of the Canadian Energy Research Institute, speaks about this week's petrochemicals industry conference in Kananaskis.
6/10/20189 minutes
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Coaching Abuse

Lorraine Lafreniere, head of the Coaching Association of Canada, speaks about the drive to eliminate abuse of young athletes by coaches.
6/10/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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National Tax Freedom Day

Today is National Tax Freedom Day according to calculations by Charles Lammen, director of fiscal studies at the Fraser Institute.
6/10/20188 minutes, 4 seconds
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Home Ownership

Nicole Wells from RBC reports on the latest survey of home ownership trends in Canada.
6/10/20188 minutes, 37 seconds
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Guatemala Relief

David Bock of Samaratin's Purse speaks about the challenge of helping Guatemala's people deal with the effects of a volcanic eruption.
6/10/20186 minutes, 31 seconds
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Jasper Heritage Rodeo

Michael Furzeland says that this year's event, the 92nd in its history, may be the last one.
6/10/20188 minutes, 6 seconds
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World Media Festival

Laura Good, one of the winners of the Corus Writer's Apprentice Program, speaks about the opportunity to attend this year's World Media Festival in Banff.
6/9/20187 minutes, 18 seconds
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Senator Doug Black

The Alberta Senator talks about innovation, the Canada Winter Games, and ongoing pipeline development.
6/9/20188 minutes, 51 seconds
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Spruce Meadows

Spruce Meadows vice-president, Ian Allison, speaks about a busy weekend of show jumping activity as part of the National in Calgary.
6/9/20187 minutes, 55 seconds
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Athabaska University

Neil Fassina, president of Athabaska University, talks about the school's ongoing commitment to digital learning.
6/9/20187 minutes, 57 seconds
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CFLAA & Medicinal Marijuana

Neil Closner, CEO of MedLeaf, speaks about a new study the company is undertaking with the CFL alumni association to assess the value of medical cannibas as a treatment for chronic pain.
6/9/20188 minutes, 44 seconds
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Trade & Food

Sylvain Charlebois, dean of management at Dalhousie University, talks about the trade tiff between Canada and the US and what it means for the agri-food business.
6/9/20188 minutes, 37 seconds
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Tariffs

RBC senior economist, Nathan Janzen, has some thoughts on the US tariff attack on a number of allies including Canada.
6/3/20189 minutes, 36 seconds
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Alberta Innovates

Laura Kilcrease, CEO of Alberta Innovates, talks about bringing together ideas and the people to make them a reality, this week in Calgary.
6/3/20188 minutes, 11 seconds
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Synthetic Opiates

University of Calgary biology researcher, Peter Facchini, talks about his work on synthetic opiates.
6/3/20188 minutes, 8 seconds
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Autonomous Vehicles

Julia Markovich of the Conference Board of Canada talks about a conference on autonomous vehicles taking place this coming week in Edmonton.
6/3/20187 minutes, 31 seconds
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All Things Beef

Rich Smith, executive director of Alberta Beef Producers, has some thoughts on a number of topics.
6/3/20187 minutes, 22 seconds
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Beckie Scott

Formewr Olympic crosws country skier, Beckie Scott, speaks about a major conference on doping in sport taking place in Calgary this coming week.
6/2/20187 minutes, 27 seconds
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Don Iveson - longer interview

Edmonton Mayor, Don Iveson, chair of the Big Cities Mayors Caucus, speaks from the national convention of municipalities on this weekend in Halifax.
6/2/201813 minutes, 33 seconds
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Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Donna Hateley of the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum speaks about the class of 2018 which was inducted on Friday evening in Red Deer.
6/2/20187 minutes, 26 seconds
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Breakfast on the Bridge

George Brookman speaks about this year's event taking place on Saturday morning, June 23rd.
6/2/20187 minutes, 49 seconds
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Dying With Dignity

Shanaaz Gokool of Dying With Dignity speaks about the evolution of this movement since the passage of Bill C-14 two years ago.
6/2/20189 minutes, 6 seconds
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School Superintendents

Barry Litun of the College of Alberta School Superintendents, speaks about the growing challenges of filling those jobs in the province.
6/2/20188 minutes, 44 seconds
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Financial Literacy

Alberta education minister, David Eggen, speaks about the drive to include financial literacy in the province's school curriculum.
6/2/20188 minutes, 6 seconds
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Gen Z Workers

Researcher Giselle Kovary talks about the Gen z folks who are starting to enter the work force.  What do we know about them?
5/27/20188 minutes, 32 seconds
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Travel Alberta

Albertans are invited to upload a "picture Alberta" moment to #itravelalberta as part of national tourism week.
5/27/20187 minutes, 55 seconds
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Emergency Planning

Alberta Municipal Affairs Minister, Shaye Anderson, speaks about a federal provincial meeting where how to deal with emergencies was discussed.
5/27/20188 minutes, 24 seconds
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Land Use Planning

Eran Kaplinsky of Alberta Land Institute speaks about an upcoming conference that will deal with why land use planning is important for anyone who takes an interest in land.
5/27/20188 minutes, 29 seconds
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CPTPP

The Comprehensive & Progress Trans Pacific Partnership has been tabled in Parliament.  It's the first step in turning the agreement into law.
5/27/20187 minutes, 57 seconds
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SHAPE Program

A unique seniors peer-to-peer health program is proving to be popular among participants at the University of Alberta.
5/26/20188 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sexual Abuse Survivors

A new guide for police in dealing with sexual violence has been put together by the Alberta government.
5/26/20189 minutes, 58 seconds
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Western Premiers

Health Minister, Sarah Hoffman, represented the province at this week's western Premiers conference in Yellowknife and she was there for just one reason - and it had little to do with the agenda.
5/26/20188 minutes, 48 seconds
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Jaclyn Lee

Meet one of the most recent graduates of Alberta's junior golf program who is already making a name for herself in the NCAA and soon on the world stage.
5/26/20188 minutes, 30 seconds
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Carbon Projects

Michelle Hiltz of Innotech Alberta talks about a new testing facility for projects designed to reduce the carbon footprint.
5/26/20187 minutes, 56 seconds
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CN & C-49

Sean Finn, vice-president at CN Rail reacts to the passage of the new Transportation Act, and reports on the railway's investment in new rolling stock to serve the grain industry.
5/26/20188 minutes, 18 seconds
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C-49

Kevin Bender, chair of the Alberta Wheat & Barley Commission, reacts to the passage of C-49 - the Transportation Act - by Parliament this week.
5/26/20187 minutes, 38 seconds
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John Muscedere

Dr. John Muscedere, CEO of the Canadian Frailty Network, speaks about the growing need for a national strategy for seniors care in Canada.
5/24/201812 minutes, 42 seconds
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Obvi

Joe McBurney, president of Obvi Inc., looks at this new online platform to sell insurance and warranties.
5/21/20187 minutes, 41 seconds
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Tumour Research

McGill University medical  researcher, Dr. Nada Jabado, looks at work in brain tumours, especially in children.
5/21/20186 minutes, 27 seconds
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Vegas Golden Knights

Vegas Golden Knights minority owner, Dale Wishewan, reflects on the Cinderella season his NHL team is enjoying.
5/21/20187 minutes, 10 seconds
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Branch Out

Former national team speed skater, Crystal Phillips, has launched Branch Out Neurological Foundation to raise funds for research into various brain diseases.
5/21/20186 minutes, 51 seconds
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Age of Consent

A new study on consent by the Canadian Womens Foundation raises disturbing questions according to CEO, Paulette Senior.
5/21/20187 minutes, 16 seconds
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Medicinal Cannabis

Helen Stevenson of Reformulary Group, speaks about some of the questions raised by the incidence of cannabis use for medicinal purposes.
5/21/20188 minutes, 6 seconds
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Innovation

Barbara Gibbon of the Rideau Hall Foundation talks about Canadian Innovation Week which honours many of the works of innovation and the innovators in Canada's history.
5/21/20187 minutes, 4 seconds
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Business Chicks

Monica Kretschmer, founder & CEO of Canadian Business Chicks, talks about the Women of Achievement awards and about men mentoring women in business.
5/21/20188 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mentoring

Professor Leah Hamilton of Mount Royal University talks about the mentoring study on immigrants that come to Calgary to work and to live.