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We’re juicing up your airwaves with the EV Life podcast. Is Alberta’s charging grid ready for the switch? Can EVs withstand our harsh prairie climate? Are EVs just for the rich? We’re talking to the government, associations, private businesses, and everyday drivers across the province and beyond to get you the answers you need to feel confident in your transportation decisions. Stay up to speed with us.
 
Shift by Alberta Innovates is dedicated to interviewing the innovators, entrepreneurs, and researchers who are leading the future of innovation in Alberta and globally. Alberta has many unsung heroes and many interesting and important technological advancements being made that will greatly impact our lives. Shift is a spotlight for listeners to get a sense of how Alberta innovation is leading the way.
 
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Alberta Beef Producers

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Join host Debra Murphy as she interviews researchers, ranchers, ABP delegates and staff, chefs, nutritionists, and others all along the beef supply chain. You’ll hear content as diverse as the guests who bring it – from cooking beef to managing pastureland, the latest tech to great entertainment, cattle markets to weather predictions, and more. You'll feel motivated to level up in your farm management, try new recipes, and perhaps find some entertainment for a long drive.
 
The world is changing every day. Now, more than ever, these questions matter. What’s happening? And why should you care? This Matters, a daily news podcast from the Toronto Star, aims to answer those questions, on important stories and ideas, every day, Monday to Friday. Hosts Saba Eitizaz and Raju Mudhar talk to experts and newsmakers about the social, cultural, political and economic stories that shape your life.
 
Semi-late night community radio broadcasts from a strange little town in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta (aka, not just the middle of nowhere, but nowhere itself). Nothing ever happens here. Certainly nothing weird. Why would you even suggest that? If you like mysteries, conspiracies, the absurd, and Canadians, Braedon, Alberta might be the place for you! New episode every 10th and 21st. Listen close. Don't wander off. It's a long way to get where you're going. Especially out here.
 
“It’s a Conspiracy!” The podcast where we lay out the beliefs behind selected conspiracy theories, alternative accounts, legends, myths and more. We will do our best to explain these without offering opinions on validity, accuracy, etc until the end of the episode where we will give a brief opinion or comment on each.
 
At Crow Reads, Rayanne Haines interviews intersectional writers, publishers, agents and editors in Canada. Crow Reads is recorded on Treaty 6 territory the traditional home of the Metis, Inuit and First Nations people. Crow Reads focuses on Alberta representation and tackles questions around social movements, cultural trends, feminism, #CanLit, and inclusion / representation. And, at the end of the day, celebrates the people who are making things happen in the literary world. The podcast is ...
 
A podcast that digs deeper into important and often unreported issues, by the award-winning non-profit news organization PressProgress. Join the PressProgress team for conversations with experts and newsmakers across the country, including Luke LeBrun, Prairie correspondent Emily Leedham, Ontario correspondent Mitch Thompson, Alberta correspondent Stephen Magusiak and BC correspondent Rumneek Johal
 
Gateway Research Organization is an applied agricultural research association based out of Westlock, Alberta. We provide research, demonstrations and extension to agricultural producers. This publication serves as another way to bring you the information and stories that you have come to enjoy through our social media and YouTube channel.
 
Beaver First Nation is a Dena-zaa community (Beaver) located in northern Alberta, in this podcast we will interview different elders who still speak the beaver language. to help retain and restore the language. Dane-zaa means real people in beaver, this podcast is the real people's journey.
 
Your resource for everything golf in Alberta! Throughout the episodes of the show we’ll be hearing from people who are industry professionals as well as fellow weekend hackers who just love the game. We’re gonna break down some golf tips, golf fitness, PGA Tour controversies, Alberta Golf Tour highlights, help you understand the rules of golf and decisions better, and chat about some of the great courses this province has to offer.
 
Let's Do Coffee is a virtual coffee with Alberta based entrepreneurs where we interview entrepreneurs that are local to Edmonton and NAIT students, alumni or members of the Mawji Centre Advisory. NAIT, The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, is home to the Mawji Centre. A central hub for students and alumni alike to utilize in their ventures towards building a new a business. Each episode includes an interview with a different entrepreneur, released on a bi-weekly basis, that dives int ...
 
Find out what is actually going on in politics in Alberta and around the world, without mainstream-media spin from a normies progressive-perspective. Join Richard "Chach" Gordon and his older and much wiser brother Hugh ( aka Puke ) as we take down the weeks politics and parse out the obvious fascism in the news and the news business!
 
Unsilencing Stories is a podcast reflecting the voices and experiences of people in smaller centres in B.C. and Alberta who have lost loved ones to fatal opioid overdoses. Across Canada, more than 30,000 people have died from toxic drug poisoning since 2016. In small towns and communities, the risk of overdose is much higher than in urban areas, because of a lack of harm reduction services and stigma about substance use. In this podcast, you will hear people in Cranbrook, Prince George, and ...
 
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The CGAI Podcast Network is created and produced by the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. Join us each week to explore the energy, defense, and international affairs stories that matter to Canadians. Listen now to CGAI podcasts “The Global Exchange”, “Defence Deconstructed”, and “Energy Security Cubed”, and partner podcasts “Battle Rhythm" and “Conseils de sécurité”. Visit www.cgai.ca for more, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI) is a ...
 
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Welcome to Hockey Alberta Centre Ice with your host Kara Spady. In this episode, Kara sits down with children's book author Jeff McClean to discuss his new book titled "Who's Hockey". This heartwarming story of acceptance is part of a partnership between Hockey Alberta and the NHL, and is the first of eight books that deal with the NHL's Eight Decl…
 
Support this podcast! Watch our livestream! Sign up for our newsletter! The Bank of Canada is explicitly trying to increase unemployment by raising the cost of borrowing money. Is excessive employment the cause of inflation, and if not, what are the consequences of this policy likely to be? Economist Jim Stanford joins Team Advantage to talk about …
 
Alberta's opportunity to contribute to global solutions in agriculture, energy, and health is immense. Seizing this opportunity will take big ideas, lots of collaboration, and a little “can do” attitude. In the special series of The Brief, called Missions & Moonshots, we are talking to top experts, business leaders, innovators, and thought leaders …
 
It’s been nearly ten years since the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets folded, citing horrible attendance and financial losses. Since then, tires have been kicked and efforts have been made to bring Saskatchewan’s largest city back into the Western Canadian Baseball League, but to no avail. At least - not until Wednesday when the league was finally able to …
 
In the Season 1 finale of EV Life, we’ll learn more about the experiences of Albertans who own and drive electric vehicles. Host Krystal Maharaj interviews Jeff Kasbrick, the Alberta Motor Association’s Vice President of Advocacy and Operations, on the results of an EV survey conducted on behalf of AMA and the Canadian Automobile Association. Over …
 
After 6 years, Canada and the US come to agreement on asylum seekers, Canada’s population grows by one million in 2022, and Canada’s conservative movement hopes for a renaissance. Also, bills for 24 Sussex Drive continue to climb. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 58:38 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
This week on the Alberta Roundup with Rachel Emmanuel, Rachel discusses Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s plans to win big cities like Edmonton and Calgary in the upcoming spring election. Also on the show, Rachel explains what provincial governments said to Canada’s top court this week as they argued against Bill C-69. Finally, an Alberta cabinet m…
 
We didn't have the scheduling accumen to make sure all the interviews got into the last episode, so we decided to include them here! First, I chat with Rob Wright, the winner of the latest iteration of the Cry Fowl Cup about High Elves and the tournament that was. Following that, Barry Gergel drops by for a hobby-related goodness. He is an exceptio…
 
Calgary-based Qualisure Diagnostics is making some serious inroads with the introduction of their flagship cancer diagnostic tool Thyroid Guide Px. The company uses machine intelligence to create molecular tests that enhance cancer care by identifying features that help oncologists personalize treatment. By knowing which cancers are most aggressive…
 
Alberta’s family caregivers contribute 647 million hours of unpaid care every year. This saves our healthcare system $12 billion a year.Joining the podcast to talk about the important work of caregivers are:• Dr. Jean Triscott, Division Director, Care of the Elderly, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta• Dr. Sharon Anderson, researc…
 
Guest: Jennifer Pagliaro, crime reporter In December, eight teenage girls were accused of allegedly swarming and killing a man in downtown Toronto. This shocking crime is now making its way through the criminal justice system, and due to the ages of the suspects, there are limits on what can be reported on the crime. Jennifer Pagliaro, a crime repo…
 
On this episode of Defence Deconstructed, Charlotte Duval-Lantoine talks to David Perry about the 2023 federal budget and the implications for the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed ForcesDefence Deconstructed is brought to you by Irving Shipbuilding Inc. and Davie Shipyard. Participant bio: David Perry is the President of the Ca…
 
How many people can say that something they've created is in a museum? Flagstaff County Parts Technician Kelly Harris can. A lavish Russian coronation cloak that Kelly created during her time with the Czar Theatre Guild, as well as some Fabergé eggs that she had a hand in creating, are housed at the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton. Kelly, now a Se…
 
With the start of the Jays season, This Matters is broadcasting today's opening day episode of Deep Left Field from the Star's Mike Wilner. Guests: Blue Jays Opening Day starter Alek Manoah, first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr., right fielder George Springer, closer Jordan Romano and catcher Danny Jansen. This week in Deep Left Field, it's the Openi…
 
On this episode of the Energy Security Cubed Podcast, Kelly Ogle and Joe Calnan discuss current events in energy security, including Iraqi-Turkish relations around Iraqi Kurdistan, the Canadian Federal budget, and the ongoing protests in France.For the interview section of the podcast, Kelly talks with Sarah Goldfeder about U.S. President Joe Biden…
 
March 29th was quite a day for Danielle Smith and the UCP... Not only did the story break that Danielle Smith had an extended call with controversial street "preacher" Artur Pawlowski (who was at the center of anti-health measure protests and faces charges for his role in the illegal Coutts blockade), but with it further details for how deeply Smit…
 
RECORDED MARCH 29, 2023 - We're back from the busyness of life to talk about how well the Oilers are doing! Andrew and Dave tackle the following topics: - The tight race at the top of the Pacific division- Matthias Ekholm fitting in nicely on ice- The frustration with Oilers squeaking out wins against lower ranked teams- Maintaining our spot in the…
 
It's Wednesday afternoon and that means I've got a fresh episode of Better Lait Than Never set and ready to guide you through what's left of the week. In this week's episode, I looked at Ryan Nugent-Hopkins' pursuit of 100 points, the Oilers' chances at winning the Pacific Division, and debuted a brand new Tyler Yaremchuk song that you won't want t…
 
Guest: Tonda MacCharles, Ottawa Bureau Chief The new federal budget spends $497 billion in all manner of ways, with a host of new green incentives, a grocery rebate for some Canadians and a dental care plan for others. The rich will be taxed more, there is money for the development of a lunar rover vehicle but there is no allotment to help bail out…
 
On Season 4 Episode 8 of Energy vs Climate. David, Sara, Ed, and special guest Dr. Chris Bataille, Adjunct Research Fellow at Columbia University’s Center for Global Energy Policy (CGEP) and researcher with the Institut du Développement Durable et de Relations Internationales (IDDRI.org), discuss contracts for difference policy and and how can it h…
 
With Transgender Day of Visibility coming up in March 31st, we sat down with advocate Mattie McMillan to have a chat dispelling some myths, addressing some misinformation and a whole lot more! As always, if you appreciate the kind of content that we’re trying to produce here at The Breakdown, please consider signing up as a monthly supporter at our…
 
Alyssa and Dakota are f*ing terrible time managers. Throw in a little ADHD and this is even harder to navigate. Are you also terrible at time management and require constant flow state apps to stay on task? We feel you. Let’s talk about how to build to-do lists that not only serve you, but make your day better, more fulfilling and more successful. …
 
Guest: Christine Dobby, business reporter Scam calls are an annoying and growing problem that cost Canadians $57 million in losses last year. With a technological arms race between con artists, phone companies and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), there is no clear path to stop calls. Some will always get throu…
 
In this episode we chat with Gillian Thomson. Gillian founded Skipper, a totally new type of shower cap. Gillian invented the Skipper cap out of a need she personally had. Trial and error and not giving up is how Gillian got there. Skipper will help you skip wash day with confidence. This episode was hosted by NAIT's Mawji Centre and produced by Br…
 
George Bowering dropped in to discuss our first book of the Spring 2023 season, Good Morning Poems! Along the way we talked about a surprising new vowel, and which poems suit the medium of being a meatloaf best. Grab a copy of Good Morning Poems at our site here. Keep an eye on our events page to see where you can hear George at an upcoming launch …
 
Guest: Noor Javed, staff reporter Peel Region is being studied for potential governance changes and Mississauga wants out. The city is the economic powerhouse of the region and feels it pays for services in Brampton and Caledon that could be repurposed to its own causes. Brampton and Caledon worry dividing shared infrastructure and services like ut…
 
In this episode, Rayanne speaks with Margaret Macpherson about her new book, Tracking the Caribou Queen: Memoir of a Settler Girlhood. The conversation looks at the ways the memoir touches on the racism deeply embedded in the North in the 60's and 70's and her understanding of it as a child and now in self-reflecting as an adult. Macpherson discuss…
 
On this episode of The Global Exchange, Colin Robertson speaks to Nicolas Moyer and Ben Rowswell about the recent developments in Venezuela and how Canada can help this country. Participants biosNicolas Moyer is the CEO of Cuso International – https://cusointernational.org/news/cuso-international-announces-the-appointment-of-nicolas-moyer-as-its-ne…
 
We are called to preach the gospel and make disciples. But, how? How do we do this? In this practical three week series we will learn about the power of the gospel, how to share it and how to make a disciple who makes disciples.00:00 Introduction03:10 The Gospel changed my life…03:35 Romans 1:16-1704:11 Have you ever tried to give an explanation of…
 
With all of the recent disinformation and hate directed towards the LGBTQ2S+ community by questionable "pastors" and right wing media outlets, we decided to go right to the source to find out what the "Reading with Royalty" events are all about! To do this we sat down again with Drag King Shane Onyou to get the inside story on "Reading with Royalty…
 
Thank you for joining us today for church online! If you are wanting to know a little bit more about EC, your own giftings, and how you can get involved here we invite you to take our Next Steps course. It's done entirely online and you can find all the information you need at https://experiencechurch.ca/next-steps​​ If you would like to partner wi…
 
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