Fresh from the birthplace of the CCF! Commentary and analysis on local and provincial politics from a left perspective.
In this podcast, Paula Simons, an Independent senator from Alberta, sets out to debate and deconstruct some of the myths that define and bind her province.
If you're talking about it, so is Judy Aldous on Alberta's only province wide open line. From strong opinions, to thoughtful arguments, to stories worth repeating - you never know what you'll hear nex ...
AlbertaBETTER explores the big challenges we face as Albertans, and how business, government, and Albertans can co-create a society where prosperity is created and shared by all. New episodes drop every other Tuesday.
Albertastan.ca is a progressive & independent Alberta political commentary podcast discussing popular social issues, critical of the way in which our popular media covers all things politics in our province. From a social-democratic & satirical view, hosted by Richard Gordon, we offer a voice for real change & understanding in Alberta’s political & environmental climate!
Animal behaviour, animal welfare, animal protection. We cover it all.
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Shift is a podcast by Alberta Innovates that's dedicated to interviewing and showing how Alberta innovators, entrepreneurs, and researchers are leading the future of innovation. Alberta has many unsung heroes and many interesting and important technological advancements being made that will greatly impact our lives. These deserve a spotlight, and by listening to Shift people will get a sense of how Alberta innovation is leading the way.
The audio podcast of Genesis House Church, located in Okotoks, Alberta, Canada.
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Removing bias and sensationalism from the news of Alberta, BC, and Canada. Providing the context and information needed to put you on the right side of the news.
This podcast is concerned with the people who play the game of Blood Bowl, Game Workshop's game of fantasy football. Specifically, we report on the tournament scene in Alberta, Canada.
Drawing from the personal narratives of Alberta midwives and the families they serve, the Alberta Midwives: Our Stories podcast provides an intimate glimpse into the expertise, heart and soul of Alberta's leading perinatal care providers and the people with whom they collaborate. Through our inspiring, informative and sometimes challenging conversations, host Dr. Lolly de Jonge will explore Alberta's midwifery roots, the current state and each midwife’s vision for the future, all within the ...
Daybreak Alberta connects the province through music, chat and weekend culture. From the arts to the news, retail therapy to health tips, music to chat, leave the workweek behind.
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The NDP government is harming Alberta families and destroying the economy. We are Albertans for a Sensible and Compassionate Government
A 10-part podcast series telling the stories of how volleyball was learned, coached and rooted for in Alberta.
A companion podcast for the Alberta Craft Beer Guide Book. Highlighting Makers and Shakers in Alberta brewing.
Interviews and insight on Alberta politics from Archie McLean, a provincial affairs writer at the Edmonton Journal.
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.
Geology podcasts from Alberta Geological Survey describing the geology of Alberta. Geology RSS feed includes articles from our quarterly newsletter Rock Chips.
Join legislature reporter Emma Graney, columnist Keith Gerein, as well as others in The Press Gallery, Edmonton Journal's Alberta politics podcast.
Interviews and insight on Alberta politics from Archie McLean, a provincial affairs writer at the Edmonton Journal. Look for his stories at edmontonjournal.com.
Every month, join host and ATB economist Nick Ford as he explores Alberta’s geography, its businesses, organizations, and its diverse and fascinating people—all viewed through an economic lens.
In this podcast, Alberta physicians delve into the impacts and issues created by government funding changes over the last year that have been creating threats to our health care system, which will impact every Albertan. Guests of the podcast include community activists, academics, policy experts and patients who have been impacted by funding changes. Authorized by the Alberta Medical Association, Third Party Advertiser, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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12 Months of Podcast Drama by Queer, Albertan Writers
A podcast for both new and seasoned RV owners. Learn from my mistakes as we explore the great province of Alberta in an RV. The podcast will seek to provide the RV owner with tips on how to maximize their RV experience. From discussions with experts in the RV community, equipment reviews to field reports on campgrounds around the province. Please email to email@example.com if you have any questions or ideas for things for the podcast to cover.
chirp / CHərp / verb - to make fun of or joke around with; trash-talk; commonly associated with hockey. Related forms: chirp·er, noun. “Wynonna Earp” is a TV show about the Albertan demon-killin’, gun-totin’ heir to Wyatt Earp’s cursed legacy. Erika Ensign recruits her Albertan friends Annette Wierstra and Kirsten Goruk to share a local perspective on the shenanigans in Purgatory and the Ghost River Triangle (which we all know is central Alberta because that’s where they film the show). The ...
Rick Mercer talks about his new memoir and chats with listeners about some of their most Canadian moments.
Support this podcast! Watch our livestream! Sign up for our newsletter! What is the history of Canada's second-oldest political party, and how does it inform their politics today? In this in-depth examination of the Communist Party of Canada, Team Advantage serves up a broad historical overview of the Party's history, and considers what role the CP…
Trudeau’s throne speech promises more of the same, BC brings in 5 days of sick leave for workers, and the Alberta NDP condemns BC’s Coastal Gaslink pipeline. Also, we discuss and condemn the infiltration of the QAnon cult into Canada. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 48:54 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
We all know what DNA is but what is eDNA? Described as another tool in the toolbox for wetland ecologists, we find out in this episode's conversation with Jenet Dooley from the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute and Brian Eaton from InnoTech Alberta's Environmental Impacts team, it's more than that. It's an emerging technology that at its mo…
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End of life decisions are never easy when it comes to our animals. However, it's important to have those conversations as the cold weather sets in to ensure our animals do not face unnecessary suffering.بقلم Alberta SPCA
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Sen. Paula Simons sits down with the history-making new mayors of Edmonton and Calgary.بقلم Paula Simons
Are you ready to go back to a show? If you've been to a theatre or a concert venue in the last few months, what was it like? If you haven't - what would make you want to go? People involved in the arts community joins us from across the province to share their experiences.
What are you baking this holiday season? Celebrity pastry chef Anna Olson shares her baking tips and tricks.
It's the day many Beatles fans have been waiting for, the release of the documentary series - The Beatles: Get Back. Why are people still so interested in The Beatles today? Callers share their theories, along with their favourite stories. And music professor Glenn Glass, Key of A host Tarik Robinson, and musician Jonathan Love, weigh in.…
What has your experience been like with starting your own business? Where did you succeed, and where did you fail? We hear your stories and get advice from business coach and strategist Jana Boyko.
As one of Canada’s largest integrated energy companies, Suncor has long been the energy supplier of choice in Canada—and is now emerging as a leader in developing low-carbon fuels and emissions reduction technologies. And at the helm of this evolution is long-time energy leader, Mark Little. In this episode, Mark talks his career journey, Suncor 4.…
The Liberal government starts its third term in office today with a speech from the throne delivered by Gov. Gen. Mary Simon. Did you hear what you wanted to hear from today's throne speech? What do you think this speech means for Alberta? Political science professor at Mount Royal Univeristy Duane Bratt, and political columnist Graham Thomson, sha…
The first shipment of the Covid vaccine for children, has arrived in Canada. Health Canada approved it for 5 to 11-year-olds on Friday. What do you want to know about the newly approved Covid vaccine for kids? Dr. Cora Constantinescu and Dr. Joan Robinson help answer your questions.
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Heavy rainfall causes massive flooding and mudslides in BC, a new national park in Edmonton may cause federal intrusions, and the disaster in BC unearths vulnerabilities in our infrastructure. Also, Trudeau meets with Biden, but gets nothing from it. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 52:30 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
The UCP is meeting this weekend. What do you hope comes of it? Ken Bosenkool, a professor at McGill University and previous senior campaign adviser to former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and Jason Markusoff, the Alberta correspondent for Macleans magazine, weigh in.
Kristen Laroque, the store and resource coordinator at GreenUP, gives tips on sustainable gift giving, and listeners share their gift ideas.
The B.C. government is expected to declare a state of emergency in the province. In Abbotsford, almost 200 people had to be rescued. The mayor is asking everyone to evacuate. The town of Merritt was also evacuated and remains underwater, and highways are washed out. U of C geomorphologist Dan Schugar answers listeners' questions about these disaste…
How are you feeling about cold and flu season this year? Dr. Eddy Lang, department head for emergency medicine in the Calgary zone, answers your questions.
Alberta and the federal government have reached a deal to support an average of $10-a-day child care and create 42,500 new regulated early learning and child care spaces by the end of March 2026. We talk to Rebeccas Schulz, Alberta's Minister of Children's Services, as well as Don Giesbrech, CEO of the Canadian Child Care Federation, and Nicki Dubl…
Saskatchewan strives to be a nation within a nation, young Canadians are feeling disillusioned and unattached to Canada, and Alberta unveils its hydrogen roadmap. Also, the Trudeau government has created an immigration and refugee housing crisis. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 47:52 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
What are your thoughts on the state of Canadian soccer? Soccer journalist and editor of Edify, Steven Sandor, weighs in.
Support this podcast What happened to the CCF in the post-war period? The 1940s saw the CCF soar in popularity, with the party forming official opposition in Ontario in 1943, and public opinion polls showing nationalizing industries to be widely popular among the Canadian population. How did the popularity of the CCF's positions get diffused, manag…
Who are you remembering today? Callers share stories and memories about the people they are thinking about on Remembrance Day.
The term "just transition" has become a buzzword. It's based on the premise that we need to reduce our use of fossil fuels, but we don't want to leave workers high and dry. The federal government is promising help, with a $2 billion transition fund, and new legislation to support workers and communities. What do you think?…
These days, you might find it more challenging to find your favorite product at your local boutique or grocery store or even to purchase a laptop or phone for work. You have supply chain disruptions to thank for that. Supply chains are a complex network, and when they experience disruptions, the challenges ripple out to a lot of different businesse…
CBC host Terry O'Reilly, tells us about a new book he's written called My Best Mistake: Epic Fails and Silver Linings, and we take your calls about mistakes that ended up being a gift.
Dreeshen Self Ejects, Rise of Franken-Jean, Girls are fighting over who's the Premier over in Manitoba, O'Toole and his Tools in caucus, Democrats suck in Virginia and where in the world is JFK Jr? Thanks for Watching Albertastan Live we couldn't do it without you so, If you enjoyed what you saw and heard on this episode like, share & subscribe to …
Now that the land border has re-opened, will you head south?
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Alberta continues to implement democratic reform, The Royal BC Museum is decolonizing its exhibits, and the Canadian flag will emulate a yoyo over the next week. Also, we discuss the impacts of the COP26 summit, as Trudeau continues to hobble oil and gas. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 52:11 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Minister Devin Dreeshen resigns from cabinet to focus on addressing problems related to alcohol. The CBC's Elise Von Scheel broke this story and joins us to discuss, and political scientist Duane Bratt weighs in. Then, we take your calls on aurora sightings across the province.…
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What happens when a city declares a climate emergency? Is it a meaningful gesture? What change can it lead to?
Should workers have the right to disconnect from their jobs at the end of the day?
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Scott, Josh, and Lair gather round to discuss all the releases that are set to hit the Blood Bowl scene by Christmas. Then Lair takes us through the Commander Cup and the Manna-Bowl from the weekend before. Finally, the boys pick apart Josh's possible Renegade squad in preparation for the Winter Mayhem team tournament upcoming in November. Pitter p…
Are you noticing kids in the classroom struggling because of the pandemic? Where are they falling behind and what can be done to help?
Part 3 of the Series in Revelationبقلم Andrew Dexter
Alberta rejects permanent summer time and equalization, Margaret Trudeau speaks at an event by a company lobbying the government, and Saskatchewan approves of Regeneron to treat COVID. Also, we look at just how money laundering affects BC real estate. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 54:06 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
In this episode, we explore the profession of midwifery from the perspective of two registered midwives with unique perspectives and abilities. Episode 7: Midwives Living and Practicing with a Disability introduces us to Shannon Kaltenbruner and Chantel Gauthier-Vaillancourt and their journeys to midwifery and the practice of providing care to fami…
When people suffer, so do their animals. The Alberta SPCA's One Family Welfare department offers temporary care for pets so their owners can get the help they need to deal with crisis situations. The Director of our One Family Welfare Department joins us to explain the Violence Link and how we help pets and people in crisis.…