June 7, 2017 11:41 am
Updated: June 7, 2017 5:56 pm

Friday, June 2 – Kelsey fills in: self-defence, coffee & the great outdoors

A view of Two Jack Lake in Banff National Park is shown in an undated handout photo.

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Friday, June 2 – It’s Friday! Kelsey Campbell filled in for Ryan and kicked off the show talking self-defence with Rick Wilson, the Senior Curriculum Advisor of KPC Combat and the founder of Wilson Practical Defence – Research and Consulting. Have you taken a self-defence course? When have your skills come in handy, or was there a time you wish you knew a little more?

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Listen to a full hour of tips and discussion on the best way to prevent an attack and how to set yourself up for survival should you be attacked, by clicking here.

At 10, over a good cup of java Dominic Ries and Tracy Caron, the husband and wife duo behind Catfish Coffee explained the secrets of creating the perfect bean, figuring out your palate and why the best coffee you ever had, didn’t have anything to do with the coffee itself. Click here, to listen to the podcast.

Then, at 10:35, Morley Scott, the play-by-play voice of the Edmonton Eskimos and Dave Campbell, the colour analyst for the team teed-up the season ahead and celebrated the Grey Cup coming to Edmonton in 2018.

We wrapped the show with a Friday Round Table with Ernest Kitt, an avid hunter, fisherman and outdoorsman, along with Andi Romito from the Nature Conservancy of Canada in-studio talking about Alberta’s hidden gems when it comes to camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, dirt biking, sightseeing and more. Click here to listen to the full hour.

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