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On today's show: should Calgarians pay for residential parking permits?; Conservative MP Blake Richards talks about the standoff over his party's motion that could have triggered an election; we tell you about a new initiative to make access to mental health services easier for Calgarians; we remember James "The Amazing" Randi; we hear how hunting …
 
On today's show: Alberta has hit a new peak for active COVID-19 cases, but everything is still status quo. We hear from a Calgary doctor who says now is the time for hard and fast rules to be brought in; why four Alberta mayors, including Calgary's, plan to fight back against plans to centralize EMS dispatch; we hear from a lucky lottery winner; we…
 
On today's show: we know COVID-19 has ended business after business after business. We hear the personal stories behind three closures; a look at how two-tier health care could work in Alberta; whether it's Joe Biden or Donald Trump, the outcome of the US election is likely to reverberate here in Canada. We talk with a former diplomat and expert in…
 
On today's show: having a baby in Medicine Hat is about to get complicated; the United Conservative Party held its annual general meeting over the weekend. We get the latest from a reporter who covered it; during times of stress, studies show that our need to feel comforted can be triggered by food. Happiness Columnist Jennifer Moss joins us for he…
 
On today's show: Rachel Notley talks about why the NDP is launching an economic vision for Alberta; we talk to the Calgary Hitmen about the possibility of a scaled-back version of a WHL season; we get a preview of the winter wallop headed our way this weekend; Alberta's top karaoke singer takes her shot at the national championship this weekend. We…
 
On today's show: Chief Roy Whitney-Onespot with his insight into how Tsuut'ina Nation lands are changing in the city's southwest; we talk to a Calgary brewery about why their hand sanitizer landed on Health Canada's recall list; could Lake Louise host an NHL game? Right on the lake? We hear from an icemaker; the latest on the Quinterra Legacy Garde…
 
On today's show: mass layoffs for Albertans who work in labs and clean floors and linens in hospitals, but how will those cuts impact front-line staff? We talk to the nurses' union about it; the United Way is making some tough decisions starting today, which charities it will fund and which ones it will drop; we talk to the mayor of Banff about the…
 
On today's show: we hear from Ward 5 Councillor George Chahal on the hailstorm damage in northeast Calgary; as the province ponders changes to AISH, we hear from three people who can't get by without it; having strange dreams lately? It might be because of the unusual times we are living through. We hear from a researcher studying the thoughts and …
 
On today's show: why plastics recycling could be a big part of Alberta's economic future; how the University of Calgary plans to catch and punish online cheaters; we tell you how the Calgary Food Bank is making sure its fresh food donations don't go to waste; we visit a tiny shed in the Beltline that's full of good books.…
 
On today's show: we speak to parents of Anthony Heffernan about the Calgary Police Chief's decision to order a disciplinary hearing for four police officers in the fatal shooting of their son; the Canadian Forces flying school has a new commander and she's from around here. We speak with Lieutenant-Colonel Riel Erickson; for this week's Karchut on …
 
On today's show: why some workers are taking pay cuts in an effort to save their jobs; many Alberta farmers are having their best harvest in years! We check in with a few; it's been more than three months since the worst hail storm in Canadian history hammered Calgary's northeast. We head out to the communities of Saddle Ridge and Taradale to see t…
 
On today's show: CBC Calgary's health reporter Jennifer Lee talks about a tumultuous week at the Foothills Medical Centre where a COVID-19 outbreak has now resulted in five deaths; a recent police inspection blitz in Calgary found only one in seven commercial vehicles was safe enough to be on the road. We find out why; the amount of people leaving …
 
On today's show: our Eye on the Legislature, Paul McLoughlin, on how the province is looking at COVID-19 closures elsewhere; why the Milk River will soon be flowing at full capacity after running dry in August; the Persons Case is a landmark one in this country and its roots are in Alberta, but the province just changed a scholarship started in hon…
 
On today's show: there's still an energy boom in Alberta, you just need to go to Oyen to find it; we bring you another story about a ring lost in Calgary, decades ago, that's just been reunited with its owner; as the Quebec government reinstates tight COVID-19 restrictions, we ask our Unconventional Panel if Alberta has found the sweet spot in term…
 
On today's show: we hear from a Bragg Creek veterinarian who says it's time to stop shipping live horses overseas for slaughter; we drive through the maze of construction zones along the SW Calgary Ring Road; do sports championships matter during the pandemic?; why there are two words for the season we're in, autumn and fall.…
 
On today's show: why a group of concerned activists have started their own unsanctioned pop-up supervised consumption site in downtown Lethbridge; what U of C students think about having to pay full-tuition for another semester of online learning; hard to believe, but there could be good news for Alberta's energy sector; we learn about the Calgary …
 
On today's show: we talk to a Grade 12 student learning from home about problems with the Hub; why opioid deaths have spiked in Alberta since the start of COVID-19; the feds say they will bring in a national childcare program. What does that need to look like to help Calgary parents?; we get an update on the Ranchman's saddles story.…
 
On today's show: we speak to a Calgary couple who has been stuck abroad for nearly a year waiting for citizenship to come through for their adopted toddler; we speak with the son of cowboy legend Jim Gladstone who wants a special saddle back from the now closed Ranchman's; our Unconventional Panel debates if we should add Halloween to the long list…
 
On today's show: we get the latest on the two outbreaks of COVID-19 at Calgary's Foothills Hospital; why a group of well-off Canadians, called the Resource Movement, wants to see a wealth tax; how Luna the packhorse was lost and found in the Rockies; on this week's Karchut on Cars, Paul looks into the luxury market and what less opulent offerings s…
 
On today's show: why online schooling simply isn't an option in parts of rural Alberta; Ranchman's Cookhouse and Dancehall is up for lease after nearly 50 years. We talk to a longtime DJ at the country bar; why Alberta is poised to become Canada's leader in wind and solar energy; the voice behind Hockey Night in Canada's Punjabi broadcast has put h…
 
On today's show: a new class action lawsuit alleges North America's most powerful hockey leagues are limiting opportunities for younger players. We speak with the lawyer taking the case; the COVID-19 effect on our black, blue and green bins; happiness Columnist Jennifer Moss talks about the mental health implications of back-to-school; 40 letters f…
 
On today's show: Calgary Police Chief Mark Neufeld talks about the police budget currently under review and how the force is trying to weed out racism in its ranks; Alberta's most loyal cross-country skiers have hatched a plan that they're hoping will get K-country trails groomed this winter; the city is swamped with permit inquiries from people do…
 
On today's show: our business commentator Deborah Yedlin on MEC dropping its co-op; snowbirds can relax in Palm Springs this winter, but should they? The Unconventional Panel on travelling again; Mark Messier says the best leader on and off the ice in the NHL right now is the captain of the Calgary Flames. Mark Giordano joins us; we speak with a "b…
 
On today's show: a CBE superintendent joins us to explain just how school works when some of your classmates are in quarantine and some aren't; we go door-knocking out in Valley Ridge to see what life has been like for residents backing right onto the huge West Ring Road project; a new ally in the fight against COVID-19 could be "Dr. Google". Dr. R…
 
On today's show: what back-to-school looks like on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation; we talk about the wildfire haze in Calgary, and tell you all about a new fall forecast; no better time than right now to tie the knot. We speak with a local wedding planner about why; on this week's Karchut on Cars, Paul explores the future of transportation and whet…
 
On today's show: we talk to Alberta Health Services about the rules for students who are sent home to quarantine; we go to California to speak with a former Calgarian who, right now, is surrounded by wildfires; we speak with a national health reporter on the stops and starts in the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine; we have raccoons here in Calgar…
 
On today's show: we hear from parents whose teens were sent home from Bowness High School; an update on Calgary's Ring Road from Alberta's Minister of Transportation, Ric McIver; several men have died by suicide in Medicine Hat over the past few months and all of them knew each other. CBC reporter Colleen Underwood brings us that tragic story; Corb…
 
On today's show: it's an Eyeopener Walking Show on Stephen Avenue! We chat with Mayor Nenshi at City Hall about the state of the city; downtown was, of course, largely built with oil money. We talk about the state of the energy sector with the CEO of MEG energy, Derek Evans; perhaps no industry relies on us all getting together as much as the arts.…
 
On today's show: 12 years after a woman fled from a man who abducted her in Banff, she says it's time to forgive; we speak with a couple of Calgary high school students about what it's like to be back in the classroom; the Bow Valley Club is closing. We hear about it; slugs destroying your veggie patch? Send in the hens! We tell you about Calgary's…
 
On today's show: we check-in with Calgary restaurateurs about Mayor Nenshi's idea to keep patios open in the coming months; multi-tasking country music star Drew Gregory talks about his harvest season playlist and how his own harvest is doing; as rental car giant Hertz struggles to stay afloat, the company is selling off thousands and thousands of …
 
On today's show: we speak to two school teachers, one in the CBE and one in the Catholic system, about what the first week back has been like; there's a new way for Black students to apply for law school at the U of C. We speak to the woman who helped spearhead the changes; getting rich playing video games is a real thing and now at Mount Royal Uni…
 
On today's show: after a proposed Black Lives Matter mural downtown sparked backlash and racist and violent threats against the organizer, the mural is going ahead in a new location and with private money. We speak to the artist; nice guys don't always finish last. We hear why you don't need to step on people's toes to get ahead in your career; nig…
 
On today's show: we reconvene our Unconventional Panel to ask what grade it gives the Alberta government for back-to-school planning during the pandemic; paid parking at Alberta hospitals is back. We find out why the decision was made; our business commentator Deborah Yedlin on what the consolidation trend in the oilpatch says about where the indus…
 
On today's show: we hear about the history behind a peacekeeping monument in Southwest Calgary that was recently vandalized; with kids heading back to school, we have tips on how to keep up the exercise; what kids and teens can do to keep clean this fall; we hear all about the sixth annual India Film Festival of Alberta.…
 
On today's show: students start heading back to the classroom this week. We get the latest facts about the virus and children from infectious disease specialist, Dr. Lynora Saxinger; Pride reimagined. We speak with festival organizers on what to expect this year; on this week's Karchut on Cars, why so many companies, many of which don't have a back…
 
On today's show: facing a record deficit, the province's Finance Minister is hinting of some tough times to come. Minister Travis Toews joins us; we hear about WestJet's new mask protocols; the province is asking Albertans how they feel about new user fees in provincial parks. We talk to the conservation director of the Alberta Wilderness Associati…
 
On today's show: it's been one of the most contentious lightning rods of Alberta Ottawa relations - equalization, but a new survey is suggesting opinions in this province are softening. We get to the bottom of that; we hear from Making Changes, a not for profit that offers both in person and online shopping for girls; how grandparents are preparing…
 
On today's show: parents still have a lot of questions about how the return to school is going to work. We put some of those to the chair of the CBE; we speak with Craig Jenne from the U of C about the first documented case of COVID-19 reinfection in the world; many of our pets have grown used to us always being around the house during this pandemi…
 
On today's show: we talk to two Conservative Party insiders about the election of their new leader; how a major oil company is trying to attract more investment to Alberta by setting targets for environmental performance and gender diversity; we hear how a Calgary university is involved in the ambitious project to write an obituary for every person…
 
On today's show: a look at the big cuts the CBE is making to bus attendants for kids with special needs; we check in with The Weather Network's Kyle Brittain about the smokey forecast for Calgary this weekend; we hear about a mystery tunnel found in Stony Plain; lumber is flying off the shelves in Calgary. We find out why; we find out how the provi…
 
On today's show: we bring you a story from the hamlet of Walsh, Alberta where a war has broken out between two small businesses; we take a closer look at what Canada's new finance minister, Chrystia Freeland, brings to the new role; we hear about an online survey on the future of Chinatown; a group of Didsbury seniors wrote a song for Barbra Streis…
 
On today's show: the return of the school year is looming and is top of mind for both parents and teachers. We talk to two Calgarians who are both; we find out how many noisy vehicles Edmonton's noise cameras have caught going over the decibel limit; the CFL has sacked its 2020 season. We speak with the league's commissioner, Randy Ambrosie; Julie …
 
On today's show: we find out about Guyana's huge oil play and how Alberta is playing a role in its development; Alberta ski hills are hiring and they're looking for young Albertans to fill hundreds of positions; noisy motorcycles are driving Calgarians crazy. We speak to Kent Hehr who posted his complaint on Facebook and has an idea to stop the noi…
 
On today's show: we get a COVID-19 reality check with University of Calgary infectious disease specialist Craig Jenne; more and more Calgarians are getting ticketed for drinking in parks. We speak to a North Vancouver city councillor where they're allowing alcohol consumption in some public spaces; what difference could a proposed private surgical …
 
On today's show: we learn more about the tragic drowning of three family members at Crescent Falls near Nordegg; we hear one city councillor's thoughts on this week's mural controversy in downtown Calgary; we hear about one musician's quest to find her beloved stolen fiddle; on this week's edition of Calgary Famous, singer-songwriter and multi-medi…
 
On today's show: we hear about calls for the collection of race-based data during the COVID-19 pandemic in Alberta; two murals that have been around Calgary for a quarter century will soon disappear. We talk to the artist of both; a good resume might be the advantage you'll need in finding a job when CERB runs out in the fall. We speak with a profe…
 
On today's show: shock is rippling through Red Deer after a deadly attack on a family doctor. We speak to one of the victim's colleagues; Dr. Raj on how to keep students and teachers safe when schools reopen; the Lebanese Prime Minister and his entire cabinet have resigned. We hear from the honorary consul to Lebanon in Edmonton; we hear about a fu…
 
On today's show: CBC investigative reporter Jennie Russell joins us with details of a proposal to build Alberta's largest private contracted surgical facility; as back-to-school plans roll out across the country, teachers at the forefront are likely feeling the pressure build. We talk to public education advocate Annie Kidder about the stress they …
 
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