Edmonton AMThe city is planning to crack down on bad constructionOct 7, 2015 | 8:06Jim Rivait is the Director of the Canadian Home Builders' Association - Alberta. He says more needs to be done across the province to make a difference.
Edmonton AMEdmonton AM Podcast - October 07, 2015Oct 7, 2015 | 18:24A former city councillor details some of the history behind Bus Rapid Transit.
The chair of the Edmonton Transit Service Advisory Board shares some information on their new report on Bus Rapid Transit.
Edmonton AMCouncil should re-examine rapid bus transit: Kim KrushellOct 7, 2015 | 9:17The former city councillor joined Edmonton AM Wednesday to talk about why council rejected the idea in 2007 and what has changed.
Edmonton AMAbandoned vehicles at the Edmonton International Airport to be auctioned offOct 6, 2015 | 6:01Edmonton Airports reports a surprising number of people drive into their parking lots...and never come back.
Edmonton AMAn offensive sign on a Beverly apartment building is raising questionsOct 6, 2015 | 5:24A racist sign at an Edmonton apartment building tells aboriginal people they're not welcome- and worse. We spoke with Chidi Nwofer, a resident of the building, who found the sign.
Edmonton AMColleen Sillito's boyfriend profiles who she wasOct 6, 2015 | 6:44A Fort Saskachewan woman is dead - the apparent victim of an enraged ex-partner. Her boyfriend is speaking out, to keep her memory alive.
Edmonton AMThe royalty review board is meeting in EdmontonOct 6, 2015 | 7:22The last time the government tried to change Alberta's energy royalties, prices plunged, jobs were lost and a premier was shown the door. Dave Mowat, chair of the royalty review, joins us to discuss what they hope to achieve.
Edmonton AMAn Edmonton nurse has been named the oncology nurse of the yearOct 6, 2015 | 6:10Wayne Enders has been working in the health care industry for over forty years, and has been working exclusively with cancer patients for the last twenty.
Edmonton AMCBC Exclusive - Fatality inquiry systemOct 5, 2015 | 7:47CBC investigative reporter Jennie Russell has an exclusive look into the systemic failures surrounding the Alberta Fatality Inquiry System.
Edmonton AMThe province is reopening a study on expanding the Queen Elizabeth 2 highwayOct 5, 2015 | 6:51We talked to Scott Shaw regarding the province's plan to study widening the QE 2 highway to six lanes or even eight.
Edmonton AMBanks are expanding into voice recognition to increase customer securityOct 5, 2015 | 6:55Finger prints, iris scans, and now voice prints. Banks have begun using voice recognition software and could use it to replace your personal security question. Our technology columnist Dana DiTomaso looks into the new tech.