Podcasts April 11-15, 2016

Audio: Danielle Smith, April 15, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30: Budget Wrap Up

1:00: Bob Rae: Former MP Bob Rae on Attawapiskat Guest: Bob Rae, Partner at OTK Law Firm where he works on aboriginal issues, Former MP and Leader of the federal Liberals and Former Premier of Ontario

1:30: Assisted Death: Reaction to the new physician assisted dying laws Guest #1:  Dr. Derryck Smith, Vancouver psychiatrist, Chair of Dying With Dignity physician advisory council  Guest #2:  Peter Stockland, Publisher of Convivium Magazine

2:00: Minister of Environment: The Minister of Environment and Parks on the carbon tax, pipeline approvals and the Leap Manifesto Guest: Shannon Phillips, Alberta Minister of Environment and Parks

2:30 Know Your Money: What our “Know Your Money” segment is about and how you can get in on it

 

Audio: Danielle Smith, April 14, 2016 – Full Podcast

Special Event: Budget 2016 Guests: NewsTalk 770 Reporter Michael Lumsden, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean, PC Leader Ric McIver, Liberal Leader David Swann, Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark, Education Minister David Eggan, Finance Minister Joe Ceci, Economic Development Minister Deron Bilous, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Brian Mason, Chamber of Commerce Policy Analyst Justin Smith, Alberta Union of Provincial Employees President Guy Smith, Alberta Teachers Association president Mark Ramsankar, Canadian Taxpayers Federation Alberta Director Paige MacPherson, Canadian Federation of Independent Business Alberta Director Amber Ruddy, Service Alberta and Status of Women Minister Stephanie McLean, Global Edmonton legislative reporter Fletcher Kent.

 

Audio: Danielle Smith, April 13, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30: Wildrose Budget Recommendations

1:00:  Pre-Budget Chat: Our hopes and fears, from the left and right, laid out for the Alberta Budget Guest #1:  Duncan Kinney, Executive Director of Progress Alberta Guest: #2: Peter Pilarski, Director, Prairie Provinces with Canadian Work Strategies  @ppilarski

1:30:  Saudi Arabia: The Liberals get us deeper into bed the the Saudi’s. Should we be nervous Guest: David Bercuson, Director of the Centre for  Military, Security and Strategic Studies at U of C @CMSSCalgary @UCalgary

2:00:  Meningitis Trial: Are we being too hard on the Stephan’s family? Guest: Karen Selick, Lawyer and Commentator

2:30 Elizabeth Fry: 50 years of Elizabeth Fry – how has incarceration changed for women and where we need to move forward Guest #1:  Katelyn Lucas, Executive Director of the Elizabeth Fry Society Guest #2: Client Cynthia

 

Audio: Danielle Smith, April 11, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30: NDP Convention Tape Guest: Host Chat on Rachel Notley, Stephen Lewis and LEAP Manifesto

1:00: Notley Press Conference and Calls

1:30:  Private Syrian Refugees: Why the backlog for privately sponsored Syrian refugees Guest:  Raj Sharma,Calgary immigration lawyer   @immlawyercanada

2:00: Adapting in Alberta Series Launch: Guest:  Dave Taylor, Hosting Adapting in Alberta Tuesday 12:30-3:00

2:15 Defense Minister: The Minister of National Defense on the future of Canada’s military Guest: Harjit Sajjan, Minister, Minister of National Defense and Liberal MP for Vancouver South @HarjitSajjan @CanadianForces

2:30 Crazies & Concerts: The left is the only one with crazies amongst their clan. The right has enough of their own and they aren’t helping the cause in the States Guest: Michael Taube, Troy Media syndicated columnist and Washington Times contributor, was a speechwriter for former prime minister Stephen Harper

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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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Podcasts Feb 29-Mar 4, 2016

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 4, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30 First Ministers Meeting: Is Christy Clark getting too big for her britches? Danielle Smith takes on her comments over an East-West Power Line.

1:00  Conference Board of Canada: With low oil prices and forecasts not looking much better how is Alberta faring and how can we do better? Guest: Pedro Antunes, Executive Director, Economic Outlook and analysis and Deputy Chief Economist of The Conference Board of Canada

1:30    CFIB Bridge Benefit: Should we be paying public sector workers to retire early? Guest: Dan Kelly, President of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business

2:00  Job Sharing: How some companies and employees are coming together to provide some work to more people. Guest: Melanie Peacock, Associate Professor at the Bissett School of Business at Mount Royal University

2:30  Honour Killings: The Shafia family appeals their conviction in the honour killings in 2009 that shook the nation. How will this play out in the courts? Guest:  Rob Tripp is a Calgary freelance journalist and author who wrote a book about the Shafia case, Without Honour: The True Story of the Shafia Family and the Kingston Canal Killings. He publishes an independent crime website, cancrime.com

 

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 3, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30  News Round Up: Mitt Romney speaks out on Trump Guest: Host Chat

1:00  Minimum Wage: Who is on minimum wage and would raising it hurt the people we’re trying to help Guest: Charles Lammam, Director of Fiscal Studies for the Fraser Institute

1:30  Food Guidelines: Straight from the horse’s mouth. What the Senate recommends for Canada’s Dietary Guidelines and how will this fight obesity Guest: Senator Kelvin Ogilvie, Conservative Senator for Nova Scotia

2:00  Carbon Tax: Why a carbon tax could work in Canada Guest:  Jennifer Winter, Area Director for Energy and Environment for the School of Public Policy at U of C

2:30  ATA Wage Rollbacks: In this tight economy will the Alberta Teacher’s Association get on board and take a wage rollback? Guest 1: Paige McPherson, Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation Guest 2: Jonathan Teghtmeyer Spokesperson for the Alberta Teachers Association

 

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 2, 2016

12:30 Super Tuesday Results: Trump comes out the leader – what is next for the Republican Party? Guest: Wendy Schiller-Associate Professor of Political Science at Brown University

1:00 Doctor Assisted Suicide: Should Catholic Doctors and hospitals be compelled to perform doctor assisted suicides? Guest: Peter Stockland, Publisher of Convivium Magazine

1:30 INTERVIEW : Parking Everyone in Calgary angle parks in cul de sacs but someone forgot to tell the Calgary Parking Authority Guest: Keith Hopkins, Resident in Mayland Heights fighting an angle parking ticket

2:00 INTERVIEW: Food Inspection: America’s Food Inspection Agency is coming down hard on their Canadian counterparts. Are they being fair? Guest: Keith Warriner, Professor in the Department of Food Science at the University of Guelph

2:30  Energy East: Don’t hate Quebecers – Hate their politicians Guest: Eric Duhaime, Author, Columnist for the Journal de Montréal, and for the National Post and Hosts a radio talkshow on FM 93 in Quebec.

 

March 1, 2016

12:30 Super Tuesday Preview: A big test for the Republicans – could Trump secure the nomination? And is Hilary Clinton the chosen one for the Democrats? Guest: Curtis Mullen, A Canadian Political Observer living in the US

1:00  French’s Ketchup: How French’s Ketchup went viral in Canada Guest: Debi Andrus, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary

1:30  Senator Black: Alberta’s Elected Senator Doug Black on how Alberta’s economy should move forward Guest: Doug Black, Elected Senator from Alberta

2:00  Notley Dial-In: Will the Premier be asked about a Pan-Canadian Carbon Tax and how does Notley feel about the latest efforts from Quebec to block Energy East? Guest: Premier Rachel Notley

2:30 Science Contest: A boy wins a science competition aimed to encourage girls to get into science. WHAT?!?! Guest:  Dr Sue Black OBE is an award-winning computer scientist

 

February 29, 2016

12:30 Manning: The Manning Centre held its annual conference this past weekend. The theme was “recharging the right” – did they in fact recharge? GUEST:  Colin Craig, director of strategic communications, Manning Centre, Calgary

1:00 WestJet: WestJet is 20 today but when you think about WestJet you don’t just think of an airline you think of a culture. GUEST:  Robert Palmer, WestJet spokesperson

1:30: Skinny TV: If you’re looking to trim your cable TV bill, “Skinny TV” packages as they’re now known as, become available tomorrow. Guest: Michael Geist,Law Professor at the University of Ottawa and holds the Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law

2:00: Spotlight/ Tim Callaway: Spotlight won at the Oscars. We’re talking to a minister about the show and the message it sends. GUEST: Tim Callaway, long time protestant minister in Calgary. Also wrote part of his PhD thesis on Alberta’s religious history

2:30: Drones: The Trudeau government is quietly shopping for drones for the military and expects to see expressions of interest from the defense industry by mid-April. GUEST:  Robert (Bob) Bergen, Ph.D Center for Military, Security and Strategic studies at the University of Calgary

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On 770 Afternoons Oct 19-23

Oct 19

12:30  Rock the Indigenous vote: A woman who founded the ‘Rock the Indigenous Vote’ movement in the US says she expects strong turnout among Canada’s aboriginal population in today’s election. GUEST:  Cara Currie Hall, aboriginal activist, indigenous Cree   @cara_curriehall

1:00  Irrational voting: Canadians might like to believe they make rational voting choices, but really, we’re terribly irrational. GUEST: Tim Caulfield, Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and a professor in the Faculty of Law and the School of Public Health at University of Alberta   @CaulfieldTim

1:30  Sharing economy: It’s not surprising that the City of Calgary is in a battle with ride sharing service Uber. GUEST: Sunil Johal, policy director, Mowat Centre, co author of Policymaking for the Sharing Economy   @MowatCentre

2:00  Homeless vote: The most unusual polling place in Calgary, perhaps in Canada today, is inside the Drop In Centre. GUEST: Jordan Hamilton, Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre Society   @calgarydropin

2:30  Entrepreneurs: A five-day celebration of startups and entrepreneurship kicks off in Edmonton today. GUEST:  Ken Bautista, CEO and co-founder of Startup Edmonton    @kenbautista

 

Oct 20

12:30  Post mortem: Who are the voters who pushed the Liberals to a majority government and why? GUEST: David Coletto, CEO, Abacus Data   @Colettod

1:00  Parl procedure: Now that the federal government is changing, what happens next? GUEST:  Julian Castro-Rea, associate professor, department of political science, University of Alberta  @UAlberta

1:30  Kent Hehr: Newly elected Calgary Centre Liberal MP Kent Hehr in studio. GUEST:  Kent Hehr, Liberal MP elect for Calgary Centre  @kenthehr

2:00  Unfixed cars: An alarming number of auto recalls are never completed, including an estimated one out of every five for vehicles in Calgary. GUEST: Christopher Basso, CARFAX   @CarfaxReports

2:30  Hemachromatosis: One in 300 Canadians is at risk of a genetic condition that causes the body to store too much iron. GUEST: Bob Rogers, CEO and executive director, Canadian hemochromatosis society @IronOutCanada

 

Oct 21

12:30  Canada ISIS: What will the impact be of the Trudeau government’s decision to pull out of the air war against ISIS. GUEST:  David Bercuson, director, Centre for Military and Strategic Studies, University of Calgary  @CMSSCalgary

1:00  Atkins: Canadians should be prepared for deficit spending from the new Trudeau government that could result in “unintended consequences,” according to a noted Calgary economist. GUEST: Frank Atkins, research chair of finance & capital markets at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, economist   @FrontierCentre

1:30  C-51: Taxpayer privacy protections were gutted under the Conservatives, according to a University of Calgary professor. GUEST:  Saul Templeton, assistant professor, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary @UCalgary

2:00  MP money: 180 MPs who did not run in the election or who were defeated will collect an estimated $220 million in pensions and severance payments. GUEST: Aaron Wudrick, federal director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation    @awudrick   @taxpayerDOTcom

2:30  Flu shot: The annual flu shot campaign is underway in Alberta. Danielle gets her shot, live on the air. GUEST: Jason Chan-Remillard, London Drugs pharmacist

 

Oct 22

12:30  Human trafficking: News Talk reporter Mike Lumsden had exclusive access to a Calgary Police component of an international crackdown on human trafficking. GUEST:  Mike Lumsden, News Talk 770 reporter    @MLumsden770

1:00  Homeless court: Homeless people have a right to public spaces, according to a decision from British Columbia’s top court. GUEST: DJ Larkin, lawyer for Pivot Legal Society @DJ_Larkin  @pivotlegal

1:30  Stockwell Day: The former Alberta politician, Stockwell Day, credited with bringing tax reform to the province 15 years ago is being honoured in Calgary today with a  Taxfighter Award. GUEST: Stockwell Day, onetime Alberta treasurer, Canadian Alliance leader, MP   @Stockwell_Day

2:00  Lord of Rings: It’s the 60th anniversary of the literary blockbuster Lord of the Rings series. GUEST: Glen Robert Gill, professor of classics and humanities at Montclair State University, New Jersey

2:30  Gamers: Video game lovers are converging on a Calgary bar today for a national competition involving a hot new first-person shooter, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. GUEST: Jeyson Acevedo, public relations manager, Ubisoft Entertainment, Canada   @ubisoft

 

Oct 23

12:30  Hurricane in PV: The”the worst hurricane ever recorded” is headed for Mexico. Are are they preparing for when it strikes landfall? GUEST 1:  Jean-Marc Couterier, Environment Canada GUEST 2: Wayne Elliot, resident of Puerto Vallerta

1:00  Fraser income tax: Alberta’s personal income tax rate hikes will likely bring in $1.7 billion less than expected, according to a new Fraser Institute report. GUEST:  Charles Lammam, director of fiscal studies, Fraser Institute   @CharlesLammam

1:30  Franklin expedition: Thierry Boyer, a Parks Canada underwater archeologist who was part of the team that found one of the Franklin Expedition wrecks, was in Calgary this week. GUEST:  Thierry Boyer, underwater archeology team, Parks Canada

1:45  Indigenous vote: Did Rock the Indigenous Vote have an impact? It certainly did. GUEST:  Brandi Morin, reporter, APTN

2:00  Poli panel: Commentators David Cournoyer and Elizabeth Pilarski analyze the big political stories. GUEST1:  Christina Pilarski, political commentator    @crontynen GUEST2:  Dave Cournoyer, political commentator/blogger   @davecournoyer

2:30  Fright night: Psychologists at the University of Alberta are using a novel ‘fright night’ approach to helping people confront anxieties and phobias. GUEST: Janet Caryk, registered psychologist and clinical lecturer, faculty of medicine and dentistry, University of Alberta  @UAlberta

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On 770 Afternoons Oct 5-9

Oct 5

12:30  Politics: Justin Trudeau has established a solid lead in terms of voter engagement, according to one polling firm. GUEST:  Bruce Cameron, president and partner, Social Media Roi   @roitweets

1:00  Calgary-Edm corridor: The Alberta Government will study whether the Queen Elizabeth Highway should be expanded to six lanes. GUEST: Peter Wallis, president and CEO of the Van Horne Institute in Calgary @Van_Horne

1:30  High River gun grab: The new Alberta government has refused a former High River resident’s demand for a provincial inquiry into the seizure of guns by the RCMP during the flood GUEST: Dennis Young, former High River resident, retired RCMP office

2:00  TPP: What effect will the major new trade pact, the Trans Pacific Partnership, have on Canada’s supply management system? GUEST: Michael Bloom, VP of industry and business strategy, Conference Board of Canada   @ConfBoardofCda

2:30  Eat chocolate: Nothing says holidays like chocolate, and particularly gourmet chocolate. GUEST: Natascha Schwarzer, master chocolatier, Cococo Chocolatiers, owners of Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut   @ChocBernCal

 

 Oct 6

12:30  Ghosts: In 25 days, Calgary will be over-run with ghosts and ghouls, but spirits are with us year-round, according to Johanna Lane. GUEST:  Johanna Lane, creator of Calgary Ghost Tours

1:00  Vital Signs: Calgary gets an overall B in an annual quality of life survey by the Calgary Foundation, the same rating as 2014. GUEST: Kerry Longpre, vice president, communications, Calgary Foundation, Vital Signs project leader   @CalgFoundation

1:30  Disability employment: Efforts are underway to create more inclusionary workplaces in Calgary and to recognize the wide range of skills that people with disabilities can bring to the labour force. GUEST: Tom Snell, president, Columbia College

2:00  New chief: It’s expected that Roger Chaffin, a deputy chief and veteran Calgary Police officer, will be named today as the new chief. GUEST: Aurelio Perri, News Talk 770 reporter GUEST: Ritesh Narayan, criminologist, Mount Royal University

2:30  Catholic education: Is it time to consider pulling the public funding from the Catholic education system in Alberta? GUEST: Paula Simons, Edmonton Journal columnist

 

Oct 7

12:30  Tax coalition: Three Calgary groups have banded together to demand a say for taxpayers and businesses in any new tax powers acquired by the city. GUEST:  Amber Ruddy, Alberta director, CFIB   @aruddy

1:00  Rail potential: Is there potential for commuter rail or high-speed rail in Alberta? GUEST:  Michael Schabas, railway consultant   @michaelschabas

1:30  Spending promises: Are all political parties addicted to making big spending promises, particularly during election campaigns? GUEST: Aaron Wudrick, federal director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation    @awudrick   @taxpayerDOTcom

2:00  Independent schools: A new report shows that families, including many in Alberta, are shunning public schools for private schools. GUEST: Deani Van Pelt, director of the Barbara Mitchell Centre for Improvement in Education, Fraser Institute   @DeaniVanPelt

2:30  Trade deal – poli: Federal cabinet ministers are out selling the advantages of the new TPP mega trade deal. GUEST: Gerry Ritz, federal agriculture minister, Conservative candidate for Battlefords-Lloydminster, Sask   @GerryRitzMP

 

Oct 8

12:30  Cities matter: A survey of the political parties by Calgary’s mayor has turned up some interesting civic pledges, and an absence of any commitments by one major party. GUEST:  Aurelio Perri, News Talk 770 reporter

1:00  Refugees: The Prime Minister’s office intervened in a file normally handled by Citizenship and Immigration involving the refugee crisis in the Middle East, according to a published report. GUEST:  Raj Sharma, Calgary immigration lawyer   @immlawyercanada

1:30  Mental health: As the economic downturn bites, Calgary employers are being urged to support their staff who may be experiencing greater stress and anxiety. GUEST:  Dr. Elaine Chin, chief wellness officer, Telus   @TELUS

2:00  Senior strategy: Ottawa must take a leadership role, working with other governments across the country, to develop a national seniors strategy, according to a task force report from a Quebec-based think tank. GUEST: Mark Taylor, deputy mayor, City of Ottawa, member of IRPP task force on seniors strategy  @Go_Taylor  @IRPP

2:30  Deepak Chopra: The noted personality and author is in Calgary. GUEST: Deepak Chopra, personality, author, doctor   @DeepakChopra

 

Oct 9


12:30  Notley speech:
Premier Rachel Notley speaks about the challenges facing Calgary’s business community in a speech to 1,500 community leaders sponsored by the Calgary chamber of commerce. NOTLEYSPEECH FROM BMO CENTRE   @RachelNotley Online stream at: http://alberta.ca/news

1:00  Health fraud: Alberta’s government watchdog has sounded the alarm over the potential for healthcare fraud in the province. GUEST:  Sarah Hoffman, Alberta health minister   @shoffmanAB

1:30  Notley reax/commentary on Q&A: GUEST: Janet Brown, pollster ON SITE at BMO CENTRE GUEST: Justin Smith, Director of Policy, Chamber of Commerce

2:00  Political panel: Panellists break down the big federal and provincial stories. GUEST1: Peter Pilarski, political commentator, longtime PC Alberta supporter  @ppilarski GUEST2:  Dave Cournoyer, political commentator/blogger   @davecournoyer

2:30 Soda politics: Pop makers like Coke and Pepsi are scrambling to fight back against the anti-sugar, healthy living movement that has cut into their profits. GUEST: Marion Nestle, professor in the department of nutrition, food studies, and public health at New York University, author of Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (and Winning)   @marionnestle

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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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Upcoming Events Week of Sept 21

Sept 21 745 am to 10 am Calgary Economic Development presents Supply Chain Opportunites in Indias Energy Sector

Sept 21 1030-1:30 Calgary Economic Development hosts the 2016 Economic Outlook in partnership with ATB Financial

Sept 21 6 pm #PoliBowl 2015 Charity Bowling Event for BB4CK

Sept 22 4 pm to 6:30 pm Calgary Economic Development presents the Chinese Business Incubation Centre Launch event

Sept 22 7 pm Calgary Confederation Candidate Forum

Sept 23 11:30 am Wendell Cox and Gian-Carlo Carra – Discussing Urban Densification and Affordable Housing

Sept 23 6:15 pm Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary Annual Celebration

Sept 24 9 am to 4:30 pm The W21C Innovation Academy presents a fast-paced scientific and business pitch competition for innovations in health care which uses an adapted Dragon’s Den style.

Sept 24 11:45 am President and CEO of Bow Valley College Sharon Carry with the Canadian Club of Calgary

Sept 24 5:30 pm to 9:30 PM the Developmental Disabilities Resource Centre of Calgary hosts the 20th Annual Inclusion Awards.

Sept 24 7 pm Alberta Craft Beef Festival

Sept 24 7 pm The Military Museums presents Lecturer Ryan Goldsworthy on The Last Hundred Days

Sept 25 8:30 am to Sept 26 11:00 pm Taking place in 10 Canadian cities at once Enactus Connects Conference enables students to learn about social entrepreneurship, and develop and pitch new ideas.

Sept 25 12:30 pm to Setp 26 4:25 pm The Soul of the Next Economy Forum hosts a conference where non-profit, government, business and educational institutions come together.

Sept 25 6 – 11 pm Eid Celebration

Sept 26 7 pm Climate Change Public Lecture: Dr. Greg Bothun

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