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The Forgotten Corner

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The Forgotten Corner

Scott Schmidt, Jeremy Appel and Mo Cranker

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The Forgotten Corner is a weekly podcast recorded in Medicine Hat, the 65,000-citizen hub of southeast Alberta, where people often wonder, “When will everyone just do what we want to do?” Scott Schmidt, Jeremy Appel and Mo Cranker have a combined journalistic experience of more than 20 years, much of that spent covering news and politics in Medicine Hat. After garnering some attention through the Medicine Hat News for our willingness to criticize the provincial government, we thought a podca ...
 
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Grose Misconduct

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Grose Misconduct

Andrew Grose & Carole McIlvride Grose

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Canadian comedian and former radio talk show host Andrew Grose and his wife, Edmonton Comedy Festival Director, Carole McIlvride Grose produce a hilarious weekly show that will have you laughing out loud. The pair share their contradictory views on current events around the world, politics, life and each other. Regular segments include their "Dick of the week", "You're a Covidiot", "Checking in with the Politicians", "The BIG Blue Folder" of odd stories and "How Smart is Carole?" While somet ...
 
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!
 
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Alberta, This Is Going To Hurt

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Alberta, This Is Going To Hurt

Alberta Medical Association Hosts: Dr. Samantha Myhr, Dr. Jon Hilner, Dr.

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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, jointtaskforce@albertadoctors.org.
 
SACPA seeks to promote a sense of community and citizenship amongst the public. It is strictly non-partisan in its political outlook and encourages the expression of divergent viewpoints. SACPA does not take sides on the issues debated at its sessions. The opinions expressed by speakers are their own and are not necessarily shared by the Board of Directors.
 
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Roy Green Show

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Roy Green Show

Global News / Curiouscast

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Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award. Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians. You ...
 
Join farmer, educator, and author Takota Coen as he explores how you can design and develop land anywhere in the world to provide for your food, water, shelter, energy, and other needs in a way that is good for all people, the planet and our future. Takota Coen is the co-author of "Building Your Permaculture Property: A 5 Step Process To Design and Develop Land", an instructor with Verge Permaculture, and co-owner of Coen Farm, a 250 acre award winning permaculture farm, in Alberta Canada. F ...
 
Some Politics is Local is the podcast where two guys from Calgary, Alberta, Canada (David and Mike) provide a fun, original and (always) irreverent perspective on all things political. The podcast covers global politics, US politics, federal politics, provincial politics and, of course, some local politics.
 
A podcast hosted by mortgage broker, Marko Gelo. Born and raised in Calgary, then moved to Vancouver in 2011. Owner of dually licensed mortgage brokerage, Home Financing Solutions Inc. (a franchise of The Mortgage Centre). Mortgagenomics focuses on economics, real estate and feature segments on mortgage qualification strategies and policies. To make things a bit more interesting, Marko produces all the music tracks for the podcast. Songs are typically 1-3 minutes in duration, but may also fe ...
 
PrimeTime Politics is a comprehensive round-up of the day in Canadian politics, from breaking stories to developments on longstanding issues. Key moments, feature interviews, panels, in-depth analysis and more. It’s the day in an hour. Peter is one of the most well-known political journalists in Canada, a distinctive and popular personality with close to four decades as both reporter and anchor. He joined CPAC in 2001, where he began his continuing stint as host of PrimeTime Politics, CPAC’s ...
 
CKMS 102.7 FM- Democracy in Perspective is a weekly show which airs on Fridays 1-2pm on CKMS 102.7FM. The weekly show is hosted by Leonard Ro who has been programming since 1995 initially on CKWR 98.7, now CKWR 98.5FM, then on CSCR 90.5FM, now Fusion Radio in Scarborough, Ontario. The show captivates audiences by providing in-depth interviews and insight towards political issues that matter the most to Canadians with Pulitzer Prize winning guests and including notable politicians (Ex-U.S. Pr ...
 
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Today's guests: Jeremy Kronick, Associate Director of Research - CD Howe Institute Matt Gurney, Contributor - The Line / Columnist - National Post Rosemary Sullivan, author - "The Betrayal of Anne Frank: A Cold Case Investigation" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By CHQR / Curiouscast
 
Alberta politics is never without controversy, but one of the most unexpected political controversies in recent memory has to do journalist Wyatt Sharpe. Wyatt is a 12 year old from Ontario who hosts “The Wyatt Sharpe Show” and his list of interview subjects and contributions to journalism in Canada really shouldn’t be underestimated. Nonetheless, …
 
South Africa's bout with Omicron is slowing down — offering other countries a glimpse of what might be coming next in the pandemic. Matt Galloway discusses what Canada might learn, with Dr. Shabir Madhi, a professor of vaccinology at Johannesburg's University of the Witwatersrand; and Jason Kindrachuk, a virologist at the University of Manitoba.…
 
As the global spotlight gets closer to China and the Beijing Winter Olympics, Canadian security experts warn that China is targeting politicians here with disinformation and influence campaigns. We talk to former Conservative MP Kenny Chiu; Sze-Fung Lee, a researcher at McGill University's School of Information Studies; and Richard Fadden, former d…
 
CBC Massey Lectures episode 1: Europe and the Art of Seeing. Black subjects in European art are generally marginal figures, but even as such, they tell a rich tale about cultural assumptions. "To look at a portrait is to be forced to build a human life out of our own imaginations," says Massey lecturer Esi Edugyan. Art can both freeze a narrative a…
 
The economy may be close to back to normal, but daily life sure isn’t. In this episode, BCA economists Alicia Planincic and Mike Holden join Scott and Brittany to break down the data you need to know about Alberta’s economy—unemployment, labour shortages, return to normal daily activities, inflation—and how the pandemic has shifted our understandin…
 
Cross-border truckers coming into Canada must now be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or face stringent testing requirements and a lengthy quarantine period. The prime minister has defended the policy as a way to keep travel-related infections under control, but critics say it could disrupt the supply chain and lead to empty shelves across the co…
 
Washington state Democratic representative Debra Lekanoff is trying to set up an Amber Alert-type system for Native American women who go missing in her state. She tells us more; and we discuss the problem in Canada with Marion Buller, former chief commissioner for the National Inquiry for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.…
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Michelle McQuigge from the Canadian Press tells us about a BC protest by truckers against vaccine mandates. Workplace accessibility specialist Kelly Bron Johnson tells us how can workplaces help employees with their mental health. In his Western regional report, Jim Krysko describes the shortage of disability workers i…
 
CSIS’ Emily Harding discusses her new report Move Over JARVIS, Meet OSCAR, which calls for the Intelligence Community to reap the benefits of artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) capabilities with respect to unclassified cloud capability. In her report, Harding draws from her personal experience as an analyst to identify problems with t…
 
On this weeks Live Twitter event, Nate & Sarah broke down the week in Alberta politics and possible rationale for the recent explosion in dig whistle commas we’ve seen form the UCP. Plus, Madu Monday! COVID! Testing kits missing pieces! And so much more!As always, if you appreciate the kind of content that we’re trying to produce here at The Breakd…
 
As shelters buckle under the weight of COVID-19, cities across Canada are struggling with how to assist the unhoused. But Canadians don't have to look too far to find a handful of places that are tackling the problem head-on — and winning. Jaime Rogers, the manager of homeless and housing development with the Medicine Hat Community Housing Society,…
 
There are thousands of Canadians whose surgeries have been postponed because of the strain COVID-19 is putting on health-care. Matt Galloway talks about addressing this health-care issue, with Dr. Jean-François Joncas, an orthopedic surgeon and president of the Association d'orthopédie du Québec; and Dr. Danielle Martin, a family doctor and the cha…
 
In this episode I coach one of my students about how to navigate the philosophical, ethical and political implications of keeping chickens in a California city when it suddenly became illegal. ▶️ Buy my book https://www.mypermacultureproperty.com ▶️ Buy topographical maps and more at https://www.contourmapgenerator.com ▶️ Find out more about my far…
 
This week was all about crazy Kacee Madu and the gong show that is the UCP government, we'll do a deep dive into that, Covid keeps taking a toll on Alberta and elsewhere, cue the crickets, Are people getting frustrated with the Un-vaxxed?, Truckers get stuffy about the jab, Skippy and the Cons try to make inflation an issue and fail, Big Oil will b…
 
A Canadian lithium company is being bought by China, Edmonton city council struggles with transit designs, and a Victoria biologist just wants us to think about the birds. Also, millions are required to renovate 24 Sussex Drive. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 54:45 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
For this week’s episode, for Global politics, we talk about Russia's march towards a Ukrainian invasion and whether or not it can be headed off. We then talk about Provincial politics in Alberta, with Justice Minister Kaycee Madu being asked to step aside (temporarily) by Jason Kenney for inquiring with the Edmonton police chief about a traffic tic…
 
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