Calgary EyeopenerEyeopener Podcast for July 31, 2015Jul 31, 2015 | 28:58Today's podcast: Checking in on the mosquito situation in Alberta; a strange case of apparent license plate fraud; Calgary Fringe play features 87 Oscar-winning films in under an hour.
Calgary EyeopenerMosquitoes in AlbertaJul 31, 2015 | 7:13Why are there so many mosquitoes in the mountains and so few in the city? John Swann, the manager of the insect collection at the University of Calgary, offers an explanation.
Calgary EyeopenerBest Picture at the Calgary FringeJul 31, 2015 | 6:52Calgary Fringe performers Kurt Fitzpatrick and Jon Paterson tell us about their show "Best Picture," where they perform scenes from 87 different Oscar-winning films in just under an hour.
Calgary EyeopenerA roar of outrageJul 30, 2015 | 5:42There have been calls around the world for the prosecution of the American dentist who killed Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe. Slate journalist Mark Joseph Stern weighs in on the story.
Calgary EyeopenerHiking with a toddlerJul 30, 2015 | 6:39For this week's Outdoor Report, Paul Karchut gets personal and shares what he learned on his toddler's first ever backcountry camping trip to Taylor Lake.
Calgary EyeopenerFall election callJul 30, 2015 | 6:40Which parties have all their ducks in a row for the fall election and which don't? The blogger behind daveberta.ca gives us his take on election preparedness.
Calgary EyeopenerVote deniedJul 30, 2015 | 7:17Should expats have the right to vote in Canada even if they've been living abroad for more than 5 years? We talk to a Calgarian living overseas who says a new law limiting his right to vote makes him a second class citizen.
Calgary EyeopenerEyeopener podcast for Thursday July 30, 2015Jul 30, 2015 | 23:02On today's podcast: an Alberta huntress talks big game and gives us her view on the slaying of Cecil the Lion;we talk to a Calgarian living overseas who says a new law limiting his right to vote makes him a second class citizen; and hiking with a toddler.
Calgary EyeopenerRanchlands hum appJul 29, 2015 | 5:33Your phone might just be the answer to solving a sound mystery in a Calgary community. We speak to a researcher about his project to track down the Ranchlands hum.