Shaye Ganam

A place to talk. To come together. To be heard. Shaye Ganam is taking the conversation province-wide on 630 CHED in Edmonton and QR Calgary - 107.3 FM and 770 AM, creating a collective town square to rehash the old and imagine the new for every part of this province. Tune in Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to noon to join the conversation. Follow Shaye Ganam on Twitter to keep up with your host wherever he goes.

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What the Freedom Convoy can teach us about the ...
Michael Kempa, criminologist at the University of Ottawa
8 min
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The Baby Reindeer obsession is feeding into onl...
Michael Arntfield, a criminologist and author at Western University in London, Ont., who's also a former police officer
7 min
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Loophole leaves taxpayers picking up the tab fo...
Geneviève Tellier, professor of political studies at the University of Ottawa
7 min
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Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: a step forwa...
Richard Masson, an executive fellow at the University of Calgary school of public policy and is the former chief executive at the Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission
7 min
30
Being on the front lines of wildfires
Ben Boghean, a Fire Behaviour Specialist with the BC Wildfire Service
7 min
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Long-term harm of repeated smoke exposure
Dr. Alex Chee, a physician and clinical associate professor in respirology at the University of Calgary
5 min
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Team Canada campaign aims to build U.S. trade r...
John Dickerman, Vice President, United States – Business Council of Canada
7 min
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Canada still needs to open up to competition
Vincent Geloso, assistant professor of economics, George Mason University and senior fellow, Fraser Institute
8 min
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Surrey, B.C. shows the rest of the country what...
Bryce J. Casavant, associate lecturer, at the Royal Roads University. He is a Canadian forces veteran and later worked for the Province of BC as a provincial fish and wildlife officer/conservation officer
9 min
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What we've seen and heard so far in the Trump t...
Tim Bakken, a New York lawyer, former prosecutor and law professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and authored a book on wrongful convictions, “The Plea of Innocence: Restoring Truth to the American Justice System”?
11 min
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New report shows Canada is lagging in global cl...
Markham Hislop, Energy journalist and Publisher Energi Media
14 min
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How rate cut bets are changing after April jobs...
Andrew Grantham, CIBC executive director of economics
8 min
38
Campus protests and police response
Eric Adams, legal historian, constitutional scholar, lawyer and law professor, University of Alberta
13 min
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Advocates hopeful but wary of banks' pledge to ...
Michaela Mayer, director of policy with the Canadian Centre for Women’s Empowerment
6 min
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How events overseas can impact Canada's immigra...
John Ibbitson, Globe and Mail columnist and author of, “The Duel: Diefenbaker, Pearson and the Making of Modern Canada”
6 min
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Campus protests and police response
Dan Jones, retired EPS member (spent time with the gangs unit and homicide team), and chair of justice studies, NorQuest College
12 min
42
We are in a new space race with China
Aaron Boley the co-author of Who Owns Outer Space: International Law, Astrophysics, and the Sustainable Development of Space, which is shortlisted for the Donner Prize. He is also a professor of law and astrophysics, at the University of British Columbia.
6 min
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Polyamorous relationships are on the rise in Ca...
John-Paul Boyd, a Calgary-based family lawyer and the former executive director of the Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family
10 min
44
A constitutional storm is brewing as Pierre Poi...
Josh Dehaas, counsel with the Canadian Constitution Foundation
8 min
45
Unions for federal workers promise 'summer of d...
Alexandra Samuel, an expert on remote work and the digital workplace. She is a speaker and data journalist and author, Remote Inc. How To Thrive at Work… Wherever You Are and Work Smarter with Social Media: A Guide to Managing Evernote, Twitter, LinkedIn and Your Email
8 min
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The unravelling of the Premier's case for the r...
Vittoria Bellissimo, president and CEO of the Canadian Renewable Energy Association
6 min
47
Overcrowded schools are a growing problem, but ...
Gus Riveros, an associate professor in Western University's education faculty
10 min
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Canadians still grappling with poor passport se...
Andrew Griffith is a former director general at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) who also worked at Service Canada and on passport files during his long tenure in government
5 min
49
The UCP's fiscal problems aren't over
Tegan Hill is associate director of Alberta Policy at the Fraser Institute
6 min
50
What's worst-case scenario for the bird flu?
Timothy Sly, a longtime influenza researcher, epidemiologist and professor emeritus with Toronto Metropolitan University's school of public health
6 min