Edmonton Community

CBC launches a series of seven local podcasts across Canada

Tune into This is Edmonton with host Clare Bonnyman on CBC Listen or wherever you get your podcasts.

Podcasts launch January 29

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New CBC podcasts spotlight and celebrate the diverse stories of your communities and answer listeners' questions from coast to coast. 

Our local communities always have a new story to share. Whether it's the background on a mundane landmark you pass by everyday, or an intriguing question about the place you've lived in for years, there's bound to be something new to learn. 

Join journalists and friendly hosts on an adventure to uncover the hidden gems and highlight the authentic local stories in the heart of your community.

Here in Alberta, CBC Edmonton's Clare Bonnyman hosts This is Edmonton, connecting you to weird, wonderful and sometimes frustrating stories from around the city each week. Join Clare in this pilot episode to explore public art in the city, and try to answer the question "What is the most Edmonton thing you can do?"

Tune into This is Edmonton on January 29 on CBC Listen or wherever you get your podcasts

CBC is thrilled to showcase these podcasts that prioritize unique, diverse stories from communities across the country. The public broadcaster is proud to meet Canadians where they are and when they need them while staying relevant in an evolving and contemporary Canada. 

These local podcasts around the country are organized into two formats:

This is…: Meet the people behind the essential, sometimes random and occasionally infuriating stories shaping your community every week.

Good Question…: Every week, this podcast will answer your questions about your community. Nothing too big, too small or too weird.

Find your local podcast on CBC Listen or wherever you get your podcasts.


Meet Your This is Edmonton Host

Clare Bonnyman is a producer and reporter with CBC Edmonton. After moving to the city in 2018 she fell in love with Edmonton's spirit, food scene and yes, the river valley. Now a fully-realized local, she focuses on telling creative stories about community and culture for radio and web.
 

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