When a first responder is killed in the line of duty, their entire community feels the loss. This episode of Real Talk is dedicated to Edmonton Police constables Travis Jordan and Brett Ryan, murdered while responding to a domestic call early Thursday morning.
3:55 | John Kirkman lost friends and colleagues in Mayerthorpe, Wetaskiwin, and St. Albert over the course of his career as a first responder. The former EMT and ten-year RCMP veteran joins Ryan in studio for a powerful conversation you won't want to miss.
GOFUNDME FOR CST. JORDAN & CST. RYAN'S FAMILIES: https://www.gofundme.com/f/cst-ryan-cst-jordan-memorial-fundraiser
30:47 | When a community experiences major loss like the deaths of Brett Ryan and Travis Jordan, people gather with loved ones to talk about it. That's the spirit of this week's Real Talk Round Table presented by Urban Timber. Ryan connects with Katherine O'Neill, Harman Kandola, and Jarrett Campbell, who share their thoughts on the connection between police and civilians, and some of the questions that come up in tragedies like this.
57:07 | Jocelyne is sticking up for all the starving students in this week's edition of Trash Talk presented by Local Environmental Services!
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Calling all golfers: registration is officially open for the second-annual Real Talk Golf Classic! Join us Thursday, June 22 at 2pm at The Ranch Golf & Country Club in support of the Real Talk Julie Rohr Scholarship. It's easily the most fun golf tournament in Edmonton, and it's guaranteed to sell out. Secure your foursome today!