Podcasts April 4-8, 2016

Audio: Danielle Smith, April 8, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30: Environment Minister Threats Why violence isn’t the answer when it comes to fighting public policy and Notley TV Broadcast

1:00: Gun Book: Our rocky relationship with the gun and its impact on our society Guest: Iain Overton, award winning Investigative Journalist and Author of “The Way of the Gun”

1:30: NDP Insider: A look from the inside at what Dippers are thinking of the Leap Manifesto and the showdown over oil and pipelines between Mulcair and Notley Guest: Sally Housser, Senior Consultant with Navigator/Former Deputy Director of the Federal NDP.

2:00: Turks and Caicos: Guest:   Global Sunday Audio

2:30 Tax Accountant: When is it advantageous to have a tax haven, who uses them and how they are legal Guest:  Jas Butalia, Tax Partner at WBC Partner LLP (A firm of Chartered Professional Accountants)

 

Audio: Danielle Smith, April 7, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30: Health Minister: Alberta’s Health Minister on Former AHS CEO Vickie Kaminski’s letter and what relationship AHS should have with the government Guest:  Sarah Hoffman,Deputy Premier and Minister of Health

1:00: Health Minister: Where the Health Minister should be meddling is in Sundre and their long term care beds Guest: Jason Nixon, Rimbey, Rocky Mountain House-Sundre

1:30:  Gen Y: Why Gen Y and their parents are going to have to re-think life’s milestones Guest: Rob Carrick, Personal Finance Columnist for the Globe and Mail

2:00: Open Line

2:30 Mulcair Interview/ Future of NDP: Mulcair’s comments and the LEAP Manifesto are making things interesting at this weekend’s NDP leadership convention in Edmonton Guest: Lori Williams, associate professor of Policy Studies at Mount Royal University

 

Audio Link: Danielle Smith, April 6, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30: AHS Meddling: Is it meddling or good governance?

1:00: Tesla: Is Tesla’s Model 3 the game changer in electric cars we’ve all been waiting for Guest: Chris Paine, Documentary Maker with Papercut Films. Documentaries include “Who Killed The Electric Car”, “Revenge of the Electric Car”, and “Bike vs Car”

1:30: Hillary Presidency: Everybody is freaked about Trump but what would another Clinton Presidency look like? Guest: Tim Powers, Communications Strategist, Vice Chairman of Summa Strategies

2:00: PUPPIES!!!! PADS is in with their dogs in training Guest #1: Wendy Proudlock, Calgary Development Coordinator for PADS (Pacific Assistance Dog Society) Guest #2: Rob Deklerk, Board Member of PADS and has raised several generations of dogs

2:30 Own the Podium: The heads of Own the Podium In Studio with Danielle on where the program is now, Vancouver’s legacy, Calgary’s possible bid, and the challenges in Rio Guest #1: John Furlong, Chair of Own the Podium and Author of “Patriot Hearts: Inside the Olympics that Changed a Country” Guest #2: Anne Merklinger,  CEO of Own The Podium @AnneMerklinger

 

Audio Link: Danielle Smith, April 5, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30:  Ethics Commissioner’s Role: What’s the point of having ethical guidelines if nothing can be done when they’re broken? Guest:  Duncan Kinney, Executive Director at Progress Alberta

1:00: Prosperity Fund: The Alberta Prosperity Fund goes on the road to gather support. But can supporters put aside their differences? Guest:  Dave Rutherford, spokesperson for Alberta Prosperity Fund and on the advisory board for the APF.

1:30: Cold FX: The Cold FX case and how class action lawsuits work Guest: Clint Docken, Class Action Lawyer (won the first class action against Cold FX)

2:00: MacDonald Laurier Healthcare: Breaking down the myths of having private healthcare options in our public system Guest:  Brian Lee Crowley, Managing Director of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute

2:30: BEEF!!!!: The Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence on their Ultimate Burger Cook Off Challenge and their tips and tricks to get the most out of your cuts of beef Guest 1: Joyce Parslow, Home Economist with Canada’s Beef Culinary Team Guest 2:  Marty Carpenter, Chef and Director of the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence

 

Audio Link: Danielle Smith, April 4, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30: Panama Papers: The significance of the Panama Papers and how offshore accounts work Guest 1: Martin Kenney, Managing Partner – Martin Kenney & Co.Guest:  Percy Downe, Why hasn’t the CRA gone after these offshore tax havens in the past? Guest 2: Percy Downe, Senator from Prince Edward Island

1:00: Sales Tax: You know what would solve all of these tax problems. A sales tax. Guest: Jack Mintz, Economist, President’s Fellow, School of Public Policy, University of Calgary

1:30: Sharing Economy: The challenges and possible solutions for the “Sharing Economy” Guest: Joeri van den Steenhoven, Director of the MaRS Solutions Lab

2:00: Autism Awareness: How far we’ve come in understanding the autism spectrum Guest: Dave Mikkelson, Executive Director for the Society for the Treatment of Autism Guest 1: Wildrose MLA Leila Aheer shares her story of her and her son’s journey with autism Guest 2: Leela Aheer, Wildrose MLA for Chestermere-Rockyview and Energy Critic

2:30: Meticulon: Autistic people can have great careers and companies are sitting up and taking notice Guest: Garth Johnson – CEO Meticulon Consulting

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On 770 Afternoons Week of Sept 28 – Oct 2

Sept 28

12:30  Politics of healthcare: A national survey reveals that the access that Canadians have to healthcare influences their view of it as an important election issue. GUEST:  Shachi Kurl, senior vice president, Angus Reid Institute   @ShachiKurl  @angusreidorg

1:00  Rinks economics I: The timing may be coincidental, but one week after Okotoks was mocked online for a painfully simplistic and bland marketing slogan, the community is bringing a renowned tourism branding expert to town for a presentation. GUEST: Roger Brooks, tourism branding expert   @Roger_Brooks

1:30  Rinks – economics II: Downtown sports stadiums typically aren’t a good tool for economic development, cautions an economist who has studied sports complexes for decades. GUEST: Victor Matheson, professor, economics and accounting, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts   @holy_cross

2:00  Rink callersNO GUEST

2:30  Adult education: Canada’s market for adult learning through apprenticeships is broken, according to new research by the Institute for Research on Public Policy. GUEST:  Torben Drewes, professor, economics, Trent University, Ontario, co-author of the IRPP paper   @TrentUniversity

 

Sept 29

12:30  Doc stats: The number of doctors in Alberta has increased 20% in the last five years, according to new data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information. GUEST:  Yvonne Rosehart, program lead, physicians information, CIHI, (Canadian Institute for Health Information)  @CIHI_ICIS

1:00  Prop taxes: Calgary councilors plan to keep the tax hike at 3.5 per cent this year, but is this the best they can do? GUEST:  Richard Truscott, vice president, Alberta and BC, Canadian Federation of Independent Business @cfibAB

1:30  Munk debate: Citizenship, security and the Keystone pipeline were lightning rod issues last night in the Munk foreign policy debate among the three primary federal leaders. GUEST:  Greg Anderson, professor, political science, University of Alberta  @AnderPoli @UAlberta

2:00  Putin loves Syria?: Vladimir Putin has reaffirmed his support for Syria’s regime in a blunt speech at the United Nations that pits him against the U.S. GUEST: David Marples, professor and chair, department of history and classics, University of Alberta @UAlberta

2:30  NDP poll: New polls show New Democrat support in Quebec is slipping and the party’s national support also is faltering. GUEST: David Coletto, CEO, Abacus Data   @Colettod

 

Sept 30

12:30  Vote kit: A grassroots group is trying boost familiarity with the electoral process and encourage Calgarians to cast ballots in the federal election. It is holding a mock vote tomorrow at Connaught School in Beltline. GUEST: Kristal Turner, member of VoteKit   @VoteKit

1:00  Oilsands x prize: Is a $20 million X prize for oilsands CO2 control ideas valuable research or just PR? GUEST:  Norm Sacuta, communications manager, Petroleum Technology Research Centre, Regina, Sask   @PTRC_SK

1:30  Kids cancers: A lantern and light ceremony will be held tonight in Calgary to honour Alberta children who have died of cancer, to cap childhood cancer awareness month. GUEST:  Christine McIver, CEO, Kids Cancer Care Foundation, Alberta   @KidsCancerCare

2:00  Premier rankings: A new study ranks Mike Harris, former Ontario Premier, as the best in Canada – and Quebec’sPauline Marois the worst – in a performance review of 80 premiers since 1981. GUEST: Mark Mullins, AHA think tank  @Aha_World

2:30  Car2Go: Car2Go service is expanding in Calgary to offer four-door vehicles. GUEST: David Holzer, regional director, Car2Go   @car2go

 

Oct 1

12:30  Jays: Why do Albertans suspend their dislike for Trawna, and root for the Toronto Blue Jays? GUEST: Steve Simmons, sports columnist for the Toronto Sun   @simmonssteve

1:00  Breast cancer: The largest single-day volunteer-led event in Canada, the CIBC Run for the Cure, will be held in Calgary Sunday and at 60 other locations in Canada. GUEST: Janis Simmons, breast cancer survivor, 2015 survivor spokesperson   @CBCF

1:30  Merrifield: Alberta’s former trade envoy to the United States has offered sharp criticism of the Notley government after his ouster from the post. GUEST: Rob Merrifield, former Alberta trade envoy to the U.S.

2:00  Legal aid crisis: Alberta lawyers have rebuked governments for “starving” legal aid and have withdrawn from a program that ensured the poor got legal representation. GUEST: Kelly Dawson, president, Criminal Trial Lawyers Association, managing partner, Dawson Duckett Shaigec& Garcia

2:30  Uber TO: Toronto councilors voted yesterday to regulate Uber in the same way that the city regulates the taxi industry. GUEST: Ari Goldkind, Toronto lawyer, former mayoral candidate   @AriGoldkind

 

Oct 2

12:30  CPO: The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra has a new program this year designed to bring music to children who otherwise wouldn’t be exposed to it. GUEST:  Paul Dornian, president and CEO, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, director Mount Royal Conservatory   @CalgaryPhil

1:00  Sharing economy: Provincial governments have an opportunity unlock economic development potential in the new sharing economy, says an Ontario MPP. GUEST:  Tim Hudak, Conservative MPP for Niagara West-Glanbrook, @timhudak

1:30  Guns: The shooting deaths of 10 people, including the killer, at a small college in Oregon, has re-focused attention on the debate about guns in America and gun laws. GUEST:  Gary Mauser, Simon Fraser University professor emeritus who studies crime and firearms legislation  @GaryMauser

2:00  Poli panel: Panellists break down the big political stories. GUEST: David Climenhaga, political analyst and blogger at Albertapolitics.ca  @djclimenhaga GUEST: Zain Velji, senior consultant, engagement strategies, Hill + Knowlton Strategies @zainvelji

2:30  Germany: Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of German reunification. GUEST: Jeremy Hexham, doctoral student, University of Calgary  @jjhexham

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