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Ryan Jespersen Show

By CHED / Curiouscast

Ryan Jespersen talks news, politics, and pop culture. He's one of Alberta’s 50 Most Influential People and one of Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40 on Avenue Magazine’s inaugural list, Ryan has established himself as a next-generation mover and shaker in Alberta’s capital city.

  1. 1.
    Today's show: NDP MLA exodus, Alberta beer prices & an alien probe01/23/2019
    47:59
  2. 2.
    Write a Letter, Win a House: a homegrown home lottery01/22/2019
    15:28
  3. 3.
    Liquor store owner reacts to beer pricing concerns01/22/2019
    12:12
  4. 4.
    Harvard prof suggests interstellar object may have been alien probe01/22/2019
    18:23
  5. 5.
    An apparent NDP MLA exodus & Jason Kenney’s residency under question01/22/2019
    18:18
  6. 6.
    Elise Stolte: Snow clearing, skiing at the Mayfair & the gondola01/22/2019
    18:24
  7. 7.
    Today's show: Canada-China relations, Alberta oil prices & MAGA teen01/21/2019
    41:36
  8. 8.
    Tristin Hopper: MAGA teen, Jason Kenney's mom, Canada-China, and Alberta beer01/21/2019
    34:47
  1. 9.
    The MAGA teen who reignited the discussion about respecting our elders01/21/2019
    9:36
  2. 10.
    Capping oil production: impact on the value of Alberta crude01/21/2019
    13:27
  3. 11.
    The tales of Trump: from Cohen to the government shutdown01/21/2019
    9:31
  4. 12.
    How the Trudeau government should be handling China & Huawei01/21/2019
    13:25
  5. 13.
    Today's show: Species nearing extinction, cultural appropriation & post-sec tuition01/18/2019
    46:08
  6. 14.
    Longtime Alberta broadcaster Peter Watts dies at 6801/18/2019
    8:00
  7. 15.
    Friday Round Table: Two capitalists and a socialist01/18/2019
    30:00
  8. 16.
    Ford government rids of Liberal tuition program in Ontario01/18/2019
    10:01
  9. 17.
    Are dreadlocks cultural appropriation?01/18/2019
    18:03
  10. 18.
    BDC’s Business Outlook for 2019 says there’s a lack of confidence in our economy01/18/2019
    8:43
  11. 19.
    Species that went extinct in 201801/18/2019
    17:14
  12. 20.
    Today's show: Right to privacy, offensive comedy & tidying up movement01/17/2019
    50:16
  13. 21.
    The mortgage stress test01/17/2019
    15:42
  14. 22.
    How a "tidying" show has led to record amounts of thrift store donations01/17/2019
    11:52
  15. 23.
    What rules apply to comedians, if any?01/17/2019
    19:14
  16. 24.
    Privacy expert: Are we living in a Big Brother state?01/17/2019
    17:53
  17. 25.
    Today's show: #NotAngryAB, Rick Strankman, a father's journey & the Gillette ad01/16/2019
    56:49
  18. 26.
    Mass praise & outrage over Gillette’s #MeToo inspired commercial01/16/2019
    14:19
  19. 27.
    A father’s journey: navigating his son’s cancer diagnosis to finding a bone marrow donor01/16/2019
    16:08
  20. 28.
    UCP MLA Rick Strankman quits to sit as independent01/16/2019
    13:25
  21. 29.
    #NotAngryAB01/16/2019
    10:19
  22. 30.
    Today's show: Calcium Chloride, UCP MLA quits, losing 330lbs & Lethbridge deer01/16/2019
    45:58
  23. 31.
    Walking across Canada for the heck of it01/15/2019
    13:03
  24. 32.
    Dozens protested deer incident outside Lethbridge RCMP detachment over the weekend01/15/2019
    6:32
  25. 33.
    Fort McMurray man who lost 335 pounds after wildfire evacuation experience has written a book01/15/2019
    13:17
  26. 34.
    Former PC MLA & UCP board member ditches membership due to Kenney’s leadership01/15/2019
    13:13
  27. 35.
    Turns out the City knew just how bad Calcium Chloride was for our roads & infrastructure01/15/2019
    7:57
  28. 36.
    What we need to learn from Montreal’s carbon monoxide leak01/15/2019
    8:46
  29. 37.
    Today's show: Clean water, Food Guide changes, Creative Marketing & Fighter's recovery01/14/2019
    48:17
  30. 38.
    Save Rahaf & Canada's refugee policies01/14/2019
    17:14
  31. 39.
    Dietician explains changes to the Canada Food Guide01/14/2019
    11:46
  32. 40.
    Finding the line: Creative marketing vs. false advertising01/14/2019
    16:56
  33. 41.
    Local MMA fighter is fighting aggressive form of MS01/14/2019
    12:21
  34. 42.
    Indigenous Relations Minister: Access to clean water not a given in Alberta01/14/2019
    10:49
  35. 43.
    Today’s show: Challenging the Coastal GasLink pipeline, social impact bonds, Y2Y, and Alberta’s oil and gas industry01/11/2019
    1:18:39
  36. 44.
    Danielle shares her opinion on today's biggest stories01/11/2019
    21:31
  37. 45.
    The state of Alberta's oil and gas industry01/11/2019
    12:39
  38. 46.
    Y2Y – what is it and how does it involve Bighorn?01/11/2019
    28:27
  39. 47.
    Social impact bond hopes to raise $3M to help at-risk moms01/11/2019
    6:48
  40. 48.
    Challenging the Coastal GasLink pipeline01/11/2019
    32:01
  41. 49.
    Enoch Cree Nation’s new pump house: a reminder that clean water isn’t a given01/11/2019
    15:09
  42. 50.
    Today's Show: Shannon Phillips, France banning protests, AISH changes, and APA guidelines01/10/2019
    1:13:39
  43. 51.
    APA issues first-ever guidelines for practicing with boys and men01/10/2019
    15:37
  44. 52.
    Is Tesla’s new Shanghai expansion going to change everything?01/10/2019
    16:33
  45. 53.
    Minister Irfan Sabir discusses 2019 changes to AISH01/10/2019
    19:38
  46. 54.
    France wants to ban protests01/10/2019
    13:07
  47. 55.
    MLA Ellis asking for Shannon Phillips’ resignation01/10/2019
    13:35
  48. 56.
    Trudeau's town hall in Kamloops01/10/2019
    13:32
  49. 57.
    SAGA: group supports LGBTQ youth & GSAs01/10/2019
    18:46
  50. 58.
    Today’s show: Pipeline protests, forging a new path for Canada, human rights complaints, and erasing your online footprint01/09/2019
    1:15:22
  51. 59.
    Protest convoys a proud moment for Alberta01/09/2019
    18:55
  52. 60.
    Should we have the right to be forgotten?01/09/2019
    15:47
  53. 61.
    Should we consider human rights complaints before hiring new employees?01/09/2019
    21:43
  54. 62.
    How Canada can forge a path forward in this new world order01/09/2019
    17:33
  55. 63.
    Protests across Canada and the future of oil01/09/2019
    21:34
  56. 64.
    Disease that kills piglets found in Alberta01/09/2019
    11:46
  57. 65.
    On today’s show: Bighorn Country, driver examiners, Alberta tax advantage, Uber class action, and Humboldt driver pleads guilty01/08/2019
    1:00:36
  58. 66.
    B.C. cleric says, saying 'Merry Christmas' is 'worse than murder'01/08/2019
    17:00
  59. 67.
    2019 Freedom Conference – Things That Matter: An Agenda for Alberta01/08/2019
    15:37
  60. 68.
    Proposed class action against Uber can proceed01/08/2019
    15:37
  61. 69.
    How can Alberta restore its tax advantage?01/08/2019
    15:02
  62. 70.
    Driver examiners could walk off job this week if government doesn't pay up01/08/2019
    9:06
  63. 71.
    What residents want next on Bighorn Country01/08/2019
    11:56
  64. 72.
    Today’s Show: Bighorn public consultation sessions, loneliness of being a new mom, biggest tech stories of 2018, and why humanity needs religion01/07/2019
    1:15:23
  65. 73.
    Why Humanity Needs Religion01/07/2019
    21:26
  66. 74.
    The biggest tech stories of 201801/07/2019
    13:30
  67. 75.
    The Loneliness of Being a New Mom01/07/2019
    13:50
  68. 76.
    Are we experiencing El Niño?01/07/2019
    9:46
  69. 77.
    Bighorn public consultation sessions cancelled01/07/2019
    28:06
  70. 78.
    Remembering former Alberta Speaker of the House Gene Zwozdesky01/07/2019
    18:21
  71. 79.
    Today's Show: Carbon tax, the far side of the Moon, 2019 market outlook, universal basic income01/04/2019
    1:13:15
  72. 80.
    Universal Basic Income01/04/2019
    21:22
  73. 81.
    Annual Markets Outlook for 201901/04/2019
    14:31
  74. 82.
    China lands on the far side of the Moon01/04/2019
    17:40
  75. 83.
    CPP Premium Increase01/04/2019
    10:41
  76. 84.
    B.C. Emissions Going Up Despite Carbon Tax01/04/2019
    21:02
  77. 85.
    So many industries with new investment opportunities: who to trust & how to be successful01/04/2019
    19:48
  78. 86.
    Today’s Show: Fraser Institute, proposed Bighorn Park, natural gas curtailment, and the Islamic Party of Ontario01/03/2019
    1:15:57
  79. 87.
    The Islamic Party of Ontario may soon be registered to run candidates01/03/2019
    21:43
  80. 88.
    China – Taiwan Unification Plan01/03/2019
    14:34
  81. 89.
    Do we need to look at curtailment in natural gas too?01/03/2019
    17:21
  82. 90.
    Backlash over the proposed Bighorn Provincial Park01/03/2019
    12:28
  83. 91.
    New Fraser study says that CEO pay is nothing to fuss about01/03/2019
    25:39
  84. 92.
    Alberta’s distracted driving laws: should we follow Ontario’s lead?01/03/2019
    18:04
  85. 93.
    Today’s Show: Pro-pipeline rallies and convoys, edible cannabis regulations, Huawei, and the U.S. pulls troops from Syria01/02/2019
    1:16:44
  86. 94.
    Was Trump right to pull US troops out of Syria?01/02/2019
    17:58
  87. 95.
    Germany is handing off to a new leader – what does this mean for Europe?01/02/2019
    13:55
  88. 96.
    Huawei and 5G: The risk to Canada's national security01/02/2019
    20:54
  89. 97.
    New regulations coming to edible cannabis products01/02/2019
    12:52
  90. 98.
    Carbon tax and more rallies to support pipelines01/02/2019
    26:19
  91. 99.
    Finding workplace satisfaction in 201901/02/2019
    18:26
  92. 100.
    The future of social media when we've lost all rights to privacy12/28/2018
    10:53

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