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    Edmonton AM

    Timely, breaking stories from Edmonton, across Canada and around the globe along with other items of lasting interest - that's what listeners hear on Edmonton AM.

    Posted: Aug 21, 2015 10:45 AM MT


Lastest Clips

  • Monday July 25, 2016

    Audio Guantanamo's Child nominated for Emmy

    Guantanamo's Child -- the documentary about Omar Kadhr that follows him as his settles in Edmonton has now been nominated for an Emmy.

    Listen 5:01
  • Monday July 25, 2016

    Audio Detained in Turkey

    On July 7th, a week before a military coup d'etat attempt, Davud travelled back to Turkey, to visit his sick father. Now, news that he's been detained by Turkish authorities has friends and family worried.

    Listen 7:29
  • Tuesday July 19, 2016

    Audio Asbestos-related deaths in Alberta remains a persistent problem

    Doctor Alain Tremblay is a professor in the Cummings School of Medicine at the University of Calgary. He comments on the WCB report that asbestos-related deaths are still the top cause of occupational disease fatalities.

    Listen 7:15
  • Thursday July 21, 2016

    Audio The internet loves a cat video

    Travis Deslaurier is a male model and entrepreneur. A video of him working out, using his cat as a weight has tens of millions of view since it was posted a week ago.

    Listen 9:15
  • Tuesday July 19, 2016

    Audio Sexual Harrassment in Teen Hockey League

    A bit of trash talk is a given when it comes to sports, sexual harassment is not. So when a Spruce Grove teen was the target of sexual harassment during a game last season, she expected the league to take action. 18-year-old Kaitlyn Byers is speaking out.

    Listen 7:06
  • Tuesday July 19, 2016

    Audio Black History and racism in Alberta

    American race relations are a shock and mystery to many Canadians. But did you know the KKK was officially recognized in Alberta as recently at 2003? Bashir Mohamed is doing research into the history of black Alberta settlers and racism in the province.

    Listen 9:42
  • Thursday July 21, 2016

    Audio Summer camp for smart kids

    At the summer SHAD program students get the chance to visit a nuclear reactor or a remote island that's reviving its local economy. We spoke to Edmonton high school students Mary Jiang and Taylor Barby-Peters from there.

    Listen 4:19

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