Edmonton’s first kombucha microbrewery hopes to bring the fermented tea to the masses.
The former Edmontonian tried to rent a one-bedroom house with six other people at $900 a month three years ago.audio
Glen LaValley, best known as Glen the Balloon Guy, became the man inside the dragon during a recent trip to Las Vegas.
This year the city is requiring Christopher Pappas, rector at Holy Trinity Anglican Church and organizer of Ashes to Go, to pay a $250 vendor fee to perform Ash Wednesday blessings in LRT stations.
Friday February 16, 2018
On the show...A warning to family doctors in a new national guideline out of the University of Alberta. The health risks of medical marijuana might outweight the benefits. We talk to the researcher who led the project. And we talk to a local film maker about the premiere of his film Midnight Oscillations...a film inspired by a soundtrack.Listen 13:47
Thursday February 15, 2018
On the show...we continue with our series, Edmonton: The New Capital....and this time we're looking at a favoured Edmonton institution: the mall. And Rod Kurtz takes us to a new Ritchie business called Food in the Nud. A labour of love for an Edmonton couple who overcame their own families health challenges.Listen 19:21
Wednesday February 14, 2018
On the show...LRT expansion to West Edmonton it a hot topic. We'll hear from a resident and a business owner opposed to a potential LRT underpass at 149th Street and Stony Plain Road. And we'll learn how 30 minutes in Photoshop netted a former Edmonton man a reasonably priced apartment in downtown Toronto.Listen 16:14
Tuesday February 13, 2018
On the show...A jury in Saskatchewan finds Gerald Stanley not guilty of murdering Colton Boushie. Indigenous Canadians are reeling from the verdict. Chief Tony Alexis, the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation shares his thoughts. And an 8 year-old Beaumont girl with terminal brain cancer has written her bucket list. We'll talk with her Mom about what's on that list and the plan to check things off.Listen 16:08
Tuesday February 13, 2018
Huy Do talks about making a fake movie poster and posting it in social media channels, looking for a reasonably priced apartment in downtown Toronto.Listen 7:17
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