Friday, June 6, 2014: Global Edmonton Morning News
Remembering D-Day: Filmmaker highlighting veterans stories
With the number of Canada’s WWII veterans decreasing, a local filmmaker is capturing their experiences on film so the important part of history will not be forgotten. Filmmaker Nicole Beart discusses her project and its importance.
Trending Now: Moncton Shooting Reaction
Online Producer Slav Kornik tells us what’s trending on the web, including reaction to the arrest of Moncton shooting suspect Justin Bourque.
Edmonton Pride Festival
It’s one of the loudest, proudest and friendliest festivals of the summer. The Edmonton Pride Festival kicks off Friday night. Angela Bennett and David Hernandez discuss the different activities planned for the next week.
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
The downtown core springs to life as the Edmonton International Street Performers Festival takes over Churchill Square. Liz Allison-Jorde talks about the important contributions of the volunteers.
AMA Travel: Spain Vacation
Aida Zoldi-Gignac from the Alberta Motor Association details a 21 day trip to Spain.
Pinot on the Patio
The wine will be flowing at the Royal Glenora Club Friday night. It’s for a great cause. Nick Lees talks about the annual “Pinot on the Patio” fundraiser.
D-Day Invasion: Royal Canadian Air Force’s role
The Royal Canadian Air Force played an important role in the invasion of Normandy. Alberta Aviation Museum Executive Director Tom Hinderks details a special exhibit at the museum.