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Past Episodes: July 2013 Archives

Whitehorse Food Bank in good shape

A year ago, things were fairly dire at the Whitehorse Food Bank; the demand for food had outstripped supplies, hampers were getting smaller, the shelves were bare, and there was fear the food bank would have to drastically cut back services.

What a difference a year makes.

Click on the link below to hear CBC's Kate McKenna get an update from the food banks Stephen Dunbar-Edge.

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Yukon influence abounds at Sappyfest

Every year, the Sappyfest Music Festival takes over downtown Sackville, New Brunswick.

If you're not familiar with Canadian geography, that is a long way from the Yukon, but there are still plenty of connections between the college town and the territory.

Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with Sappyfest producer, and former Yukon resident, Paul Henderson.

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Social connections the key to a long, happy life

Making friends can get tougher as we get older, but new research shows it's well worth the effort.

Keeping an active social circle can be one of the keys to living longer and living healthier.

Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with Airplay's new longevity columnist, Sharon Basaraba.

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