In the first episode of season 3, host Jason Hatcher is joined by Jason Schilling, President of the Alberta Teachers’ Association to chat all things back to school. The duo discuss what this school year will bring, the latest on Alberta’s curriculum rollout, and the impacts of politics in the classroom.
In this episode, host Jason Hatcher sits down with Shae Bird, CEO of Indigenous Tourism Alberta, to discuss the Indigenous tourism sector in Alberta. The duo discuss what the sector means for the Indigenous entrepreneurs and peoples engaged, how it provides a unique path to further reconciliation in our country and region, and the opportunity to engage with the culture, perspectives, and experiences of Indigenous people in Alberta.
To learn about Indigenous tourism opportunities in Alberta, check out https://indigenoustourismalberta.ca, or nationally at https://indigenoustourism.ca.
This week, Jason chats with Sonya Jakubec, a community mental health nurse, researcher, and professor at Mount Royal University who studies the intersection between spending time in nature and our mental and physical health. As a passionate community advocate, Sonya shares her expertise with us in a conversation about the value of getting outside, and how urban planning, accessibility, and the advancement of a new movement in Canada are working to destigmatize mental health.
This week, host Jason Hatcher is joined by Marcella Munro, Head of Government and Regulatory Affairs for Teck Resources, a diversified natural resources company with operations in Canada, the US, Chile, and Peru. Teck is engaged in mining and mineral development, including coal for the steelmaking industry, copper, zinc, and other critical minerals. Listen in as the duo chat about all things Canadian mining.
To kick off season 2, host Jason Hatcher chats with co-founder and president of NuLeaf Farms, Ryan Wright. NuLeaf Farms is a Calgary-based vertical farm changing the game for how western Canadians access fresh produce. The duo discuss innovation in agriculture, addressing food security, and what’s in store for the future of vertical farming.