Radio / TV

  • Radio interview on People First Radio about mental health, citizenship and inclusion on June 9, 2011, Nanaimo, British Columbia.
  • Radio interview on CBC Radio North about homelessness in Morning by Mark Winkler on September 17, 7 to 8 AM.
  • CBC Radio and TV interview on December 16th. On breaking ground of new home for SSA clients.
  • Interview with Austin Mardon on CHED Radio on Leslie Primeau Show August 27, 2009 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM on AHE bed closures and schizophrenia.
  • Radio interview on CBC Radio Edmonton August 25th, 2009 on schizophrenia and bed closures at AHE.
  • TV interview CBC TV Edmonton August 15th on schizophrenia and bed closures on evening news.
  • Radio interview on CBC Radio Noon-hour Radio Edmonton August 15th on schizophrenia and bed closures.
  • Interview on CBC Radio Noon-hour Radio, June 18, 2009 Comments on mental health by Iris Evans. [Link] child_rearing1.htm
  • Radio Interview “People First Radio” 12:20 PM, May 28th, 2009, Nanaimo, British Columbia. [Link] 2009_enews_021_may_28.pdf
  • “Interview on Canadian Arctic Service Medal.” CBC Iqualuit, Nunavit. September 15, 2008.
  • “Speech by Austin Mardon at CMA Annual General Meeting – Montreal.” September 2008 on national broadcast CPAC Network.
  • Radio interview September 11, 2008 CKUA Radio on Canadian Arctic Service Medal.
  • HOMELESSNESS AND MENTAL ILLNESS – The homeless initiative announced by the Alberta government will help the newly homeless, the working poor, who have been caught in the housing crunch the real estate boom has created. But what about the people deemed “hard to house?” The chemically dependent and mentally ill?
  • “Interview on Science and Religion” May 12 6 PM to 7 PM on CTS ‘Top Story’ Alberta with Doug Main. Half hour length
  • Doug Main examines this question with Edmontonian Austin Mardon, who recently received the Order of Canada and the CM Hicks Award, the highest award from the National Canadian Mental Health Association, for his health advocacy on behalf of schizophrenics. Austin was also, himself diagnosed with schizophrenia 15 years ago.