Fresh from the birthplace of the CCF! Commentary and analysis on local and provincial politics from a left perspective.
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!
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.
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 ...
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Animal behaviour, animal welfare, animal protection. We cover it all.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...
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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.
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 ...
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A companion podcast for the Alberta Craft Beer Guide Book. Highlighting Makers and Shakers in Alberta brewing.
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.
Interviews and insight on Alberta politics from Archie McLean, a provincial affairs writer at the Edmonton Journal.
Geology podcasts from Alberta Geological Survey describing the geology of Alberta. Geology RSS feed includes articles from our quarterly newsletter Rock Chips.
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.
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.
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.
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.
12 Months of Podcast Drama by Queer, Albertan Writers
A new way to watch TV!
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.
Julie Sedivy is an award-winning writer and linguist who has just published her latest book, "Memory Speaks - On Losing and Reclaiming Language and Self." Its a scientific and personal meditation on language loss and the possibility of renewal. As a child, Julie Sedivy left Czechoslovakia, eventually settling in Alberta. The English language soon t…
Monday's election isn't a straightforward one. You'll be given a ballot where you're asked to vote for senators, about daylight saving time, and the role of equalization in the constitution. Got what you need? We help explain what's being asked and what's at stake. We're joined by Globe and Mail reporter Kelly Cryderman, and Macleans correspondent …
The second half of this two-part episode. Sometimes there's more than meets the eye. In this episode of "Our Stories," we sit down with Sam Chisholm and Marita Obst for a candid conversation about what it's like being a queer midwife in Alberta, their love of the profession, as well as stories of their personal experiences being part of the 2SLGBTQ…
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A new generation of digital nomads is creating a ‘do anything from anywhere’ workplace shaped by technologies that erase distance and compress time. Which begs the question, how is work innovating? Shift by Alberta Innovates talks to Dan Bruinooge, the Chief People & Corporate Services Officer at Servus Credit Union. Dan oversees a broad portfolio …
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Alberta shows us that referendums are not just symbolic, Huawei sponsors a Chinese cultural event in BC, and we look at municipal elections in Edmonton and Calgary. Also, inflation on groceries and natural gas is here to stay. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 1:02:26 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
Support this podcast What is ideology? How does it function? Is it something that affects only our opponents— because they're blinded by ideology, forced into believing a cult-like worldview? Could it be that ideology is also present among experts and people who consider themselves "objective," free-thinking individuals? Join Team Advantage as we e…
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Our animals are exceptionally important to us but many people fail to plan for their pets should the animals outlive them. In this episode, we discuss why it's important to have your pets included in estate planning, and what decisions need to be a part of the will.Alberta SPCA による
This morning, William Shatner blasted off to where no 90 year old has gone before... into space. What is the future of space tourism and if you could afford it, would you do it?
Affordable child care is certainly good economic policy; however, different measurements of “affordability” can have different policy implications. On this episode, researchers Rob Buschman (University of Alberta) and Gordon Cleveland (University of Toronto) discuss the different measures of affordability of child care, accessibility and availabili…
What issues matter to you during this municipal election campaign?
This week, Rich and Hugh talk about Kenney's covid policy failures, fossil fuel socialism, mayoral politics, Moe shit from Moe, Pandora's Box is open, what happens next and so much more. 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 the many op…
As we approach the Thanksgiving long weekend, we ask - what are you thankful for?
How has knowing multiple languages changed your life?
Chach and Puke talk Covid Calamities and about the US Democratic $hit-$how to get spending approved. 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 the many options listed below and, help support the show or our other efforts including placement…
Why are prices climbing at the grocery store? Sylvain Charlebois from Dalhousie University joins us to take your calls and questions.
Physiotherapist Elliott Goldman joins us to answer your questions about the aches and strains that can result from working at home.
Hospitality employers are struggling to find workers. If you're in the industry - or if you've left the industry - what has your experience been like?
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The BC Supreme Court lifts the injunction on Fairy Creek protestors, the Two Michaels return to Canada, and the BC government misleads us on hospital stats. Also, Trudeau spends the first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation at the beach in Tofino. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 1:02:47 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
Today, Josh, Scott, Lair, and Darcy pick apart the new Khorne roster...at least the part of it that is released. Then Josh sits down to talk Edmonton with Scott Martin, the organizer of the Commander Cup and Mana Bowl. We then sift through all the fiddly bits and fallout from Chaos Cup. If you aren't part of the 8 of 110, then are you even trying?…
Do you need a new show? Entertainment writer Di Golding joins us to share her TV streaming picks.
Sometimes there's more than meets the eye. In this special two-part episode of "Our Stories," we sit down with Sam Chisholm and Marita Obst for a candid conversation about what it's like being a queer midwife in Alberta, their love of the profession, as well as stories of their personal experiences being part of the 2SLGBTQ+ community. Join host Dr…
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Dr. Clint Torok-Both and nurse Michael Gaerlan join us to talk about what the situation is like in Alberta's intensive care units as the fourth wave of COVID-19 continues.
As vaccinations become more important to the health, safety, and sustainability of our economy, employers of all sizes are weighing impacts and risks of implementing employer vaccination policies. Jillian Frank, Chief Talent and Practice Officer at Dentons Canada LLP shares insight into the steps, considerations, and decisions the company’s leaders…
With Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig back home in Canada, what should the relationship between Canada and China look like in the future?
Author and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe joins us to talk about her new book "Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World".
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Rich and Hugh break down the Federal Election Results and Kenney melts down and takes Alberta with him. Thanks for listening to 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 the many options listed below and, help support the show or our other efforts including pl…
Monday’s federal election doesn’t produce much change in party standings, calls for party leaders to be changed should be weighed carefully, and criticism of CBC’s Rosemary Barton may not be just misogyny. Also, Alberta changed its Health Minister. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 1:11:04 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
We’re back again! This time mere hours later. The Chirpers couldn’t wait to finish this two-parter. The season 4a conclusion zinged our emotions all over like a pinball machine. With the plotlines mostly wrapped up, we’re curious about where season 4b will take us. Wynonna Earp S4:E6 Erika Ensign, Annette Wierstra and Kirsten Goruk Referenced Works…
After another long break, the Chirpers are back for a Holy War. Are we ready for a heist? Yes. Always. Also sexy, sketchy, demons. Perhaps less so for vomit and mysterious drowning ceremonies. Will we be able to wait for the second half of this two-parter? Who knows? It will be our cliffhanger. Wynonna Earp S4:E5 Erika Ensign, Annette Wierstra and …
Jon Turk has been an adventure writer over the last 6 decades. His new book will be featured at the Banff Mountain Book Festival and it's available from Rocky Mountain Books. The new book is called "Tracking Lions: Myth, and Wilderness in Samburu." Books Reviewer, Angie Abdou, sat down with Russell to discuss it.…
What are your favourite "hidden gem" restaurants in the province?
Kids between the ages of 5 and 11 may soon be eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. Pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Anna Banerji joins us to take your questions about vaccines and kids.
We take your calls and emails on dealing with life after a concussion. What surprised you? What did you learn?
Justin Trudeau's Liberals will return to Ottawa with another minority government. What are your thoughts on the outcome?
Arborist Gerard Fournier answers your questions about trees and shrubs, and how to get them ready for the winter season.
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Alberta implements a ‘restriction exemption program’, the BC government isn’t overseeing the safety of 1900 dams in the province, and General Vance can’t face justice because he’s too highly ranked. Also, China’s influence in our elections continues. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 1:09:24 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
Support this podcast What have you done to help The Economy today? We live in a world where growing The Economy seems to be everyone's primary concern— nurturing it, jump-starting it, stimulating it. What is this notion of The Economy anyways, and where does it come from? Team Advantage delves into the history of economic thought and explores what'…
A fourth wave of COVID-19, a contentious election, or a beautiful fall day. What's the song that says "that's me" today?
The province has implemented new restrictions - and a "restriction exemption program" - to help curb the spread of COVID-19. How will the new rules affect you?
Fall has arrived and so have some new concerns for road safety. In this podcast Marty sits down with our friend James McCarthy to discuss tips for safe fall riding and what to look out for!Liane Langlois / Marty Forbes / Alberta Motorcycle Safety Society による