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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Pierre Poilievre’s unpredictable relationship w...
Theo Argitis is the Managing Director at Compass Rose Group
8 min
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Close to 30 per cent of Albertans are using can...
Michael Armstrong is a professor at Brock University who studies the economic parts of cannabis legalization
8 min
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With fixed rate mortgages on the decline, is no...
Penelope Graham, Director of Content at Rate Hub dot ca
9 min
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Homeless crisis emergency declaration
Keith Gerein, columnist, Edmonton Journal
7 min
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How much life has ever existed on Earth?
Dr. Peter Crockford, Assistant Professor, Earth Sciences, Carleton University
6 min
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Is it time for Boeing to scrap the 737?
ManMohan S Sodhi, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, City, University of London
7 min
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Lessons learned over the weekend from Alberta’s...
Tim Weis, industrial professor in the faculty of engineering, University of Alberta
6 min
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A special Edmonton city council meeting today t...
Nadine Chalifoux, chairperson for Edmonton Coalition on Housing and Homelessness
9 min
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What sort of excitement did CES 2024 bring to c...
Mike Agerbo, tech expert
5 min
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Ontario convenience store clerk charged with ag...
Ari Goldkind, criminal defence lawyer and legal commentator
9 min
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Conservatives show a dominant lead in latest Ab...
Eddie Sheppard, Vice President, Insights at Abacus Data
5 min
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This is cold as it’s going to get… right?!
Tiffany Lizee, Global News Calgary Chief Meteorologist
5 min
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Rapid population growth makes Canada's most pre...
Aaron Wudrick, domestic program director, Macdonald Laurier Institute
11 min
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There appears to be no end in sight to the Isra...
Ret. Major-General Denis Thompson, fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and at the University of Manitoba’s Centre for Defence and Security Studies
7 min
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Canadians are feeling duped by their groceries
Mary L'Abbé, a nutritional sciences professor emeritus at the University of Toronto
8 min
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Reliance on fossil fuels remains virtually unch...
Elmira Aliakbari, director of national resource studies, Fraser Institute
10 min
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Why Conservatives turned against the environment
Arno Kopecky, environmental journalist and author
11 min
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Will car prices come down this year?
Brian Kingston, president, Canadian Vehicles Manufacturers' Association
6 min
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Could China be the one who benefits most from C...
Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association
7 min
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Could an RCUT (restricted crossing U-turn) be t...
Derek Leuer, state traffic safety engineer for Minnesota's Department of Transportation
6 min
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Canada’s Impact Assessment Act must be both con...
Robert B. Gibson, Professor of Environment, Resources and Sustainability, University of Waterloo
11 min
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One year later: Sunwing passengers still awaiti...
Gabor Lukacs, president, Air Passenger Rights
7 min
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AI deepfakes has experts urging school curricul...
Dr. Kaitlynn Mendes, an associate professor at Western University and Canada Research Chair in Inequality and Gender
8 min
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Oil prices projected to stay at low levels this...
Andrew Botterill, a partner at Deloitte who leads the energy and chemicals file
7 min
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The federal governments rosy economic projectio...
Robert Asselin, Senior Vice-President, Policy at the Business Council of Canada and a former advisor to two Prime Ministers
6 min