The Eyeopener sets the agenda for the day, asking the questions that need to be answered and bringing compelling local stories to Calgarians
Calgary Eyeopener podcast - Wednesday July 6
On today's show: two city councillors have just been sanctioned by their colleagues for violating council's code of conduct. CBC Calgary city hall reporter Scott Dippel brings us up to speed; a new vaccination campaign is now underway in Alberta and no, it isn't related to COVID-19. The U of C's infectious diseases expert Craig Jenne joins us to talk monkeypox in our province; how a Calgary woman found out she has 22 half-siblings all from the same sperm donor father.
Calgary Eyeopener podcast - Tuesday, July 5
On today's show: a look at the life of late Flames organist Willy Joosen who died on Friday at the age of 66; new bank rules have just come into effect in Canada meant to protect bank customers...we'll find out what they are and if they go far enough; and our food guide Julie van Rosendaal kicks off a new summer series recreating some of the best dishes from Calgary restaurants.
Calgary Eyeopener podcast - Monday, July 4
On today's show: another Calgary family has come forward after they say their loved one was buried without their knowledge; we speak with a former junior hockey player and NHLer, Bob Wilkie, who now consults on hockey culture, for his take on the Hockey Canada scandal; and a run-down of fun stuff for families to do in Calgary this summer.
Calgary Eyeopener podcast - Thursday, June 30
On today's show, we say goodbye to longtime friend and colleague, host of the Calgary Eyeopener, David Gray.
Calgary Eyeopener podcast - Wednesday, June 29
On today's show: we find out why the pressure is on for Hockey Canada to "improve the culture within the sport - both on and off the ice"; we hear about the report on the cost of installing turnstiles at LRT stations that city officials have been citing for years, in spite of the fact that the report doesn't exist; why paleontologists are buzzing about the discovery of an entire baby woolly mammoth at a mining site in Canada's north; and what Calgary kids are saying about the end of the school year.
Calgary Eyeopener podcast - Tuesday, June 28
On today's show: how LRT stations became magnets for drug use in Calgary; we take a look at the Citywide Growth Strategy plan for Calgary with Councillor Gian-Carlo Carra; former Conservative MP Lisa Raitt on the conservative political landscape in Canada; and an update on plans to build a passenger train to Banff.
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It’s a shame
I remember back whenThe program wasn’t so government scripted! Today, when I listen to the program, I’ve actually been embarrassed for the CBC, since they are unable to be embarrassed for themselves.
No Longer Journalism
And the entire corporation should be ashamed.