Calgary EyeopenerCommunet lawsuitNov 21, 2014 | 6:26James Swanson, lawyer for a Calgary father, tells us why they are threatening to sue a user who posted defamatory messages on an app called Communet.
Alberta at NoonFriday September 5, 2014Sep 5, 2014 | 47:45The PC leadership vote is this weekend, we talk to political scientist Duane Bratt, food columnist Karen Anderson is back from Spain, and gardener Janet Melrose takes calls from our listeners.
Calgary EyeopenerATV signsNov 3, 2014 | 7:20Cal Rakatch, organizer with Clearwater Trails Initiative, talks about his group's efforts to keep ATVs away from sensitive and dangerous areas in central Alberta.
Daybreak AlbertaDaybreak November 23: Jerry GranelliNov 23, 2014 | 16:16Daybreak Alberta host Chris dela Torre speaks to veteran jazz drummer Jerry Granelli about his work on "A Charlie Brown Christmas".
Calgary EyeopenerPsychiatric space shortageNov 24, 2014 | 6:34Louise Gilfoy tells us about her father who is schizophrenic and has been living in the psych ward of the Foothills hospital for more than two years.
Calgary EyeopenerBig Idea: SwapsityAug 14, 2013 | 6:33Founder of Swapsity and advocate for Collaborative Consumption, Marta Nowinska tells us about her efforts to connect people to share and trade resources.
The HomestretchRecognition and schoolsOct 29, 2013 | 7:47Doug Dirks talks to Joe Bower, he was instrumental in changing a Red Deer middle school's approach to academic recognition a few years ago when he taught there.