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Annual Executive Health Assessments: Are you getting one?

In this health podcast, Rick Tiedemann, Sr. Director of Business Development and Executive Director of the Edmonton Copeman Healthcare Centre discusses whether an annual executive health assessment is enough to keep executives happy, healthy and stress free. >

The Alberta Venture Podcast: First-quarter blues, canola crisis and Energy East protests

The AV team dissects Joe Ceci’s Q1 fiscal update and discusses whether we’re on our way up or stuck at the bottom. Then we pick apart the trade dispute with China that has our canola farmers panicking, and examine the ruckus around Energy East and the future of pipelines and social license. Plus, we pick some notables from the V250 in the September issue of Alberta Venture. >

Your Health: Are you taking it seriously?

Rick Tiedemann, Sr. Director, Business Development at Copeman Healthcare discusses the necessity of corporate health programs and how they are no longer a “nice to have” but a “need to have” component of a high-functioning organization particularly in these uncertain economic times >

The Alberta Venture Podcast: PPAs, Pokémon Go and Beer Markups

Alberta Venture editor Mike Ganley gets into the weeds with power purchase agreements (PPAs), while assistant editor Jenn Mentanko talks about how Alberta businesses are trying to make money from the Pokémon Go phenomenon. Then, we find something we can all agree on: beer. We’ll tackle the motives behind recent changes to beer markups and why Brad Wall shouldn’t be surprised. Plus, a rundown of what you can find in the August issue of Alberta Venture. >

The Alberta Venture Podcast: After the Fire, Fort McMurray’s Business Community Rebuilds

We look at the challenges facing businesses when they return to Fort McMurray, and, five years on, the lessons Slave Lake can teach the citizens of Fort McMurray. Plus, an Alberta tech darling could soon be acquired by Chinese electronics giant Foxconn >

AV Plus – May 2016: In these Alberta towns, firefighters are employees of private companies

We look at the reaction to Alberta Venture's April feature on municipalities hiring private companies to fire fires. Plus — a preview of our May cover story: Why a prominent Alberta family defrauded investors out of $80 million >

The Alberta Venture Podcast: A Special Report on Water

Oil sands producers race to reduce water usage; a battle brews over fresh water in Alberta's fracking heartland; and Alberta's First Nations are on the front lines of a drinking water crisis — we talk to the reporters behind the stories in Alberta Venture's Special Report on Water >

Is Nickelback’s hometown about to disappear?

A government-mandated phase-out of all the province's coal-fired power stations means Hanna will soon lose its largest source of employment >

The Alberta Venture Podcast: August 2015

Tune in to hear the podcast's All-New format! >

The Alberta Venture Podcast: July 2015

Tune in to hear all about a brand new concert venue in Medicine Hat and a whole lot more >