Podcasts March 7-11, 2016

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 11, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30               Kraft Hockeyville/Daylight Savings            Host Chat

12:45               Deborah Yedlin-Coal Power: Is everyone abandoning coal power and what would happen to your electricity bill              Guest: Deborah Yedlin, Business Columnist for the Calgary Herald

1:00                 Duncan Kinney: Our favourite Progressive on to talk about coal power, ATA wage rollbacks and all the political happenings this week Guest:  Duncan Kinney, Executive Director at Progress Alberta

1:30                Natural Remedies Trial: The parental movement against the medical system and towards “natural remedies”       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 the University of Alberta

2:00                 Pay Day Loans Minister: The Minister of Service Alberta with (hopefully) details on the Pay Day Loan legislation Guest: Stephanie McLean, Minister of Service Alberta. Minister of Status of Women

2:30      Opposites Attract: Why opposites DON’T attract    Guest: Chris Crandall, Professor of Psychology at the University of Kansas

 

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 10, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30 Show Set UP/ AUMA Energy East: Host Chat/ Notley Audio

1:00     Streamlining Offenses: The NDP says they will make our court process more efficient for small offenses – what does that mean and what are the potential problems?  Guest:  Paul Moreau, Criminal Defense Lawyer, Former Crown Prosecutor and Spokesperson for the Criminal Lawyers’ Association of Alberta on Traffic Issues

1:30    Millennial Report: Are Millennials falling behind and why?    Guest: Paul Kershaw, Policy Professor at UBC, and Founder of Generation Squeeze.

2:00     Payday Loans: Do pay day loan companies fill a void or is there another way? Guest 1: Tony Irwin, Board Chair of the Canadian Pay Day Loan Association     Guest 2:  Carolyn Davis, Community Relations Director for Momentum

 

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 9, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30   Carbon Tax: Cleaning up our carbon taxes and policies          Guest: Jack Mintz, economist, president’s fellow, School of Public Policy, University of Calgary  @jackmintz

1:00     Saskatchewan Campaign: Brad Wall may be Alberta’s political hero right now but will that help him in Saskatchewan    Guest: John Gormley, Host of Gormley on News Talk 650 CKOM and 980 CJME

1:30    Adult Only Housing: Does Alberta need adult-only housing    Guest: Wanda Morris, VP of Advocacy and COO at the Canadian Association of Retired Persons

2:00     Coup D’Etat: The leader of yesterday’s Coup D’etat on what they’ve accomplished and who is joining this grass roots movement          Guest: George Clark, Foudner of Albertans First (albertansfirst.org)

2:30   Phone Lady: Are Milennials too scared to pick up the phone? And why talking on the phone is still an important skill           Guest: Mary Jane Copps, Owner of “The Phone Lady” and Author of “The Phone Book: Essential Telephone Communication Skills”

 

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 8, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30  Unite Right: Can the right even unite in one room for one night to decide their future?     Guest: Rick Orman, Former PC MLA and Political Observer

1:00     Kevin Falcon: A former BC politician weighs in on the proposed carbon tax and BC’s Premiers comments on an East West power line Guest: Kevin Falcon, Executive VP of Anthem Capital and Former Deputy Premier and Finance Minister of BC

1:30    Broadbent Institute: The argument for proportional representation (and trying to understand how it works)   Guest: David Moscrop, Author of the report “An Electoral System For All” done by the Broadbent Institute

2:00     LGBTQ and Bill 10: What are parents concerns when it comes to Gay Straight Alliances in Alberta schools?        Guest: Donna Trimble, Executive Director of Parents Choice in Education

2:30   Public Consultations: After the mess with the SW BRT line – what does good public consultation look like?        Guest:  Wendy Green Lowe, licensed trainer with the International Association for Public Participation

 

Soundcloud Link: Danielle Smith March 7, 2016 – Full Podcast

12:30 Physician Assisted Suicide: Can you be Catholic and be okay with physician assisted suicide? Guest:  John Berkman, Professor at Regis College at the University of Toronto

1:00  Wage Gap: Are women still making less then their male counterparts even though they’re more educated?        Guest:  Kate McInturff, Senior Researcher for the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives @katemcinturff @CCPA

1:30    Family Friendly Parliament: Do our political institutions need to get family friendly? Host chat

2:00  Coal Power: Both sides on the debate over coal powered electricity    Guest 1: Robin Campbell, President of the Canadian Coal Association @CoalCanada    Guest 2: Ben Thibault, Electricity Program Director at the Pembina Institute

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On 770 Afternoons Oct 12-16

Oct 12

12:30  Harper-polls: Stephen Harper spoke to News Talk 770, on the eve of new polling data that shows the Liberals in the lead.

1:00  Citizenship election: Will this be remembered as the ‘citizenship election’? GUEST:  Scott Gilmore, columnist, Macleans magazine   @scott_gilmore

1:30  Syria Russia: The Russian ambassador to Canada is defending his country’s new combat role in the Syrian civil war and is asking Ottawa to join its coalition in the fight against ISIS. GUEST: David Marples, professor and chair, department of history and classics, University of Alberta @UAlberta

2:00  The DI: The Calgary Drop In Centre has been serving a hearty Thanksgiving meal to needy Calgarians for more than half a century. GUEST: Debbie Newman, executive director, Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre Society   @calgarydropin

2:30  Wordfest: Calgary’s renowned, international writers’ festival is 20 this year and features four dozen events and appearances by some of Canada’s top literary figures. GUEST: Shelley Youngblut, Wordfest director, Calgary writer  @Youngblut  @WordfestTweets

 

Oct 13

12:30  Fahmy: Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy says he felt abandoned by Prime Minister Stephen Harper during his imprisonment in Egypt on terror-related charges. GUEST:  Colin Perkel, Canadian Press reporter   @Perkel

1:00  Tech: Super high speed internet connections are coming to some Canadian cities, but will it just be another reason for streaming services to jack their prices further? GUEST: Peter Nowak, technology journalist/blogger at alphabeatic.com, author  @peternowak

1:30 Illegal Smokes: Construction of a cigarette factory in southern Alberta could lead to the proliferation of contraband tobacco, warns a national lobby group. GUEST: Gary Grant, retired Toronto police officer, spokesman for National Coalition Against Contraband Tobacco   @StopContraband

2:00  Softwood lumber: A softwood lumber deal between Canada and the U.S. that expired yesterday should be renewed,  according to an association representing companies in Alberta that manufacture wood products. GUEST:  Paul Whittaker, president and CEO, Alberta Forest Products Association   @AB_Forest_Assn

2:30  After the vote: A pro-democracy group is calling on the federal parties to agree to clear, post-vote rules if there is no majority government. GUEST: Duff Conacher, Democracy Watch   @democracywatchr

 

Oct 14

12:30  Philippine terror: Who are the Islamist extremists responsible for kidnapping Canadians and others in Philippines? (audio clip in BURLI, Dave Taylor folder  “philippines”  2:09) GUEST: Michael Zekulin, expert on terrorism and radicalization, teaches political science at University of Calgary  @UCalgary

1:00  Best PM: A new survey names Liberal Jean Chretien as Canada’s best prime minister of the past 25 years. GUEST: Mark Mullins, AHA think tank    @Aha_World

1:30  Journos: An organization that represents Canadian journalists has ranked the federal political parties on six key measures, including privacy rights and the public’s right to know. GUEST: Tom Henheffer, executive director, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression   @Henheffer @canadaCJFE

2:00  Dem debate: Most analysts say that Hilary Clinton dominated the first televised debate among Democratic presidential hopefuls. GUEST:  Joseph Uscinski, associate professor, political science, University of Miami   @JoeUscinski

2:30  Girl Guides: The Girl Guides of Canada have released new guidelines that provide for the acceptance of transgender guides. GUEST: Pamela Rice, chief commissioner, Girl Guides of Canada   @girlguidesofcan

2:40   Catholic board: Leaders on the Edmonton Catholic board don’t seem willing to create safe environments for transgender students, according to an Edmonton transgender woman. GUEST: Marni Panas,   @marnipanas

 

Oct 15

12:30  Uber   (intro music:  shut up and drive) A legal showdown is underway between ride sharing service Uber and the City of Calgary. (audio in BURLI of Mark Halat, manager of compliance services for animal and bylaw services, City of Calgary  –   also   uber-roro) GUEST: Ari Goldkind, Toronto lawyer, former mayoral candidate   @AriGoldkind

1:00  Minorities work: Minority and coalition governments can be effective. GUEST: Cameron Maxwell, political science professor, University of British Columbia   @UBC_Arts

1:30  ADHD gaps: Some students with ADHD face discrimination because of a lack of standards around assessment of the condition, according to a national awareness-raising group. GUEST:  Heidi Bernhardt, executive director, Centre for ADHD Awareness Canada CADDAC  @CentreforADHD

2:00  Strat voting: A crowd-funded analysis of strategic voting reveals ridings in Calgary where upsets are possible or likely. GUEST: Brian Singh, pollster, strategist, social media expert   @BFSingh

2:30  Alcatraz: Did two of the three men who escaped from the infamous Alcatraz prison survive? GUEST: David Widner, nephew of Alcatraz escapees John and Clarence Anglin

 

Oct 16

12:30  Police attitudes: 95 per cent of Calgarians believe that the city is a safe place to live, according to the police commission’s annual survey. GUEST: Ward Sutherland, Calgary councilor for Ward 1, police commission member @Ward4Ward1

1:00  Transit drivers: The union representing Calgary transit drivers is fighting back against public abuse the workers face. GUEST:  Rick Ratcliff, president, ATU local 583

1:30 CFIB Left Out: The provincial government has left small business out of its advisory process on economic diversification, according to a small business lobby group. GUEST:  Amber Ruddy, Alberta director, CFIB   @aruddy

1:45  Lobbying scandal: The Conservatives and New Democrats are continuing to raise concern about the connection of senior Liberal campaign official to an energy company; GUEST:  Rona Ambrose, Conservative candidate in Sturgeon River-Parkland, Alberta  @RonaAmbrose

2:00  Poli panel: Panellists break down the big political stories. GUEST: David Climenhaga, political analyst and blogger at Albertapolitics.ca  @djclimenhaga GUEST2:  Christina Pilarski, political commentator    @crontynen

2:45  Tattoo festival: More than 400 tattoo artists have converged on Calgary for a mammoth tattoo and arts festival. GUEST: Steve Peace, owner of Immaculate Concept Tattoo shiop in Calgary, tattoo artist and festival organizer

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