Study on Effects of Covid on Calgarians Living in Poverty, Effects of Climate Change on Rural Areas, "They Called Me Sky Hunter" Author Myriam Huser and Stampede Fireworks Across Alberta

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Published Jul 8, 2021, 4:35 PM

Welcome to the MWSA Podcast for Thursday, July 8.

We have details on a new study focusing on the serious impacts the pandemic has had on Calgarians living in poverty. We discuss the research with the Executive Director of “Vibrant Communities Calgary”.

A new report on climate change says disasters like the fire that destroyed Lytton, BC last week are going to become more frequent in the coming years. There's a new report authored by Kelly Vodden, Professor (Research), Environmental Studies, Grenfell Campus and Department of Geography, St. John’s Campus Memorial University.

From Uganda to Ethiopia, to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. We hear the personal story of Myriam Huser, a Canadian bush pilot who just penned her first book titled “They Call Me Sky Hunter”.

And It’s an "eye popping" way to spread the Stampede Spirit. We speak with Brad Dezotell, President of “Fireworks Spectaculars” to get details on Friday night’s Four-City fireworks show that will light up Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer and Lethbridge.


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