Past Episodes: January 2013 Archives

Thursday January 31, 2013

On Thursday's podcast

  • Today is the day an important ambulance service in Camrose was supposed to be cancelled but we're hearing now that may not happen. We bring you the latest development in that story.
  • Making bacon and butter from scratch, Edmonton food columnist Tina Faiz has a tale to tell about Alberta farmers and bakers who do just that.
  • Etiquette expert Linda Allen talks about electronic manners in this digital world, and she takes calls from listeners.
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Wednesday January 30, 2013

On Wednesday's podcast

  • Jim Wachowich with Alberta's Consumer Coalition comments on the task force report on electric power in the province.
  • Your smartphone options grew by one today with the arrival of the BlackBerry 10.
  • Author and chartered accountant David Trahair talks about RRSPs and takes calls from listeners as the contribution deadline approaches.
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Tuesday January 29, 2013

on Tuesday's podcast

  • Dan Kulak with Environment Canada talks about the cold weather.
  • Jim Laws with the Canadian Meat Council talks about what the move by the Japanese to re-open their doors to Alberta cattle means to producers.
  • The Fort Museum in Fort MacLeod looks for more information about the history of a mystery canoe.
  • Kelly Sloan with the northern Alberta chapter of the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society talks about what cuts to Parks Canada will mean and takes calls from listeners.
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