Rachel Notley, Mercedes Stephenson, Back-To School with Dave McIvor and Actor James Marsters
Mornings with Sue & Andy
Welcome to the MWSA Podcast for Tuesday, September 7th. We begin with a conversation with Alberta’s Leader of the Opposition, Rachel Notley. We ask Ms. Notley for her reaction to Premier Jason Kenney’s announcement on Friday of new COVID-19 restrictions now in place for the Province, including indoor mask mandates and the $100 “incentive” now being offered up to unvaccinated Albertans, to get the ‘jab’. Next, it’s our weekly discussion with Mercedes Stephenson – Global News Ottawa Bureau Chief – and Host of “The West Block”. With less than two weeks until the Federal Election, we get the latest from Mercedes on the campaign strategies of the three major political parties – including the ‘mudslinging’ that’s starting to “creep in” as we move closer to September 20th. After a ‘staggered start’ last week – all Calgary kids will be “hitting the books” this week with school back in session. Our Dave McIvor looks at the concerns held by many parents who are sending their kids back to class – amidst the “4th wave” of the pandemic. And finally – after missing last year – the “Calgary Expo” is back. We had the chance to meet one of the ‘big names’ appearing at this year’s edition – James Marsters, who played the vampire “Spike” on the cult-favourite “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” tv series.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is Jason Kenney is trying to lose and make Rachel Notley Alberta’s premier again?
I’ve known Jason Kenney for most of my life, and he truly has been a conservative champion. But this bell can’t be un-rung. The polls say he’s going to lose the next election. And those polls were before the photos I'll share with you tonight. GUEST: Marc MoranoSupport Rebel News
May 3, 2021 - Outrage over Lockdown Rodeo; Rachel Notley; Live Events Coalition's Caitlin McElhone
Albertans are angry, disappointed and disheartened with the lack of enforcement at the "No More Lockdowns Rodeo" in Bowden, AB over the weekend and Premier Kenney's suspension of the spring session of the legislative assembly. Ryan channels public opinion. Rachel Notley, the leader of Alberta's NDP and the provincial Official Opposition, expresses concerns around the poor response and numerous missed opportunities to address COVID-19 by the provincial government. Alberta Live Events Coalition's Caitlin McElhone shares about providing event safety guidance to the "No More Lockdowns Rodeo" which was ignored. The Alberta Live Events Coalition advocates for event professionals to produce live events in a safe manner during the pandemic while contributing to the economy. 59:03 - Alberta Opposition Leader Rachel Notley1:42:13 - Caitlin McElhone2:16:58 - Positive Reflections
We’re back with another round up episode and a very special interview! There’s been a lot going on, so in this episode we catch up on a few important stories...UCP MLA’s run amuck! Hail damage! Health Care cuts! A milestone for the show! Masks and more! And our guest this episode is none other than Rachel Notley! As always, if you appreciate the kind of content that we’re trying to produce here at The Breakdown, please consider signing up as a monthly supporter at our patreon site at www.patreon.com/thebreakdownab, and if you’re listening to the audio version of our podcast, please consider leaving us a review and a rating and don’t forget to like and follow us on facebook, twitter and instagram all at @thebreakdownab.And wear a mask!
The Woman Behind the Politics: A Conversation with NDP Leader and Former Alberta Premier Rachel Notley
The Inner Circle with Carrie Doll
Rachel Notley, the 17th Premier of Alberta and current leader of Alberta’s NDP Official Opposition, has her roots firmly planted in politics, though she didn’t always know it was the route she would take. Rachel initially wanted to teach social studies, but something pulled her in the direction of public service; no doubt, it stemmed from the example her father, Grant Notley, set for her as a trailblazer of the NDP. Since then, Rachel has dedicated her life as an advocate for everyday people. Whether she worked as a labour lawyer, an MLA, or the Premier of Alberta, she always had one goal: to serve those who are most in need. Her efforts to cut child poverty in half, to establish economic growth in Alberta, and her dedication to making sure the government makes decisions on behalf of its people are incredibly inspiring and motivating. This week, Rachel shares stories of her paralyzing initial fear of public speaking, watching her father work, her childhood attitude toward politics, and much more. Her journey is one of determination, sticking to your moral compass, and empowering those around you through leading by example. For more on Rachel and what she’s currently working on, check her out on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Carrie has a Facebook group she would love for you to join! The Inner Circle Facebook Group can be found here. Please rate, review and follow the podcast!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Part 11: And Then There Were None, with Rachel Notley
No Second Chances
Rachel Notley made history when she was elected as the 17th Premier of Alberta in 2015, leading the province’s first New Democratic Party government after four decades of Progressive Conservative rule. In the 2019 Alberta election, Notley became the most recent female First Minister to not be given a second chance, losing to Jason Kenney’s United Conservatives. Notley now serves as the Leader of the Official Opposition - and she’s got quite a story to tell.
Episode 36: Jason Kenney’s first week and what’s next for Rachel Notley
The Daveberta Podcast
In this episode of the Daveberta Podcast we discuss the election results, Jason Kenney’s first week as Premier of Alberta and who he appointed to the United Conservative government cabinet, and Rachel Notley and what’s next for the Alberta NDP. We also dive into the mailbag to answer the great questions sent in by listeners […]