Friday July 22, 2016
Vancouver police Supt. Daryl Wiebe and Pivot Legal Society lawyer Douglas King on the VPD's mental health strategy. CBC producer Bal Brach and wedding planner Harprit Patel on Indian weddings.
Thursday July 21, 2016
Vancouver Park Board Chair Sarah Kirby-Yung on pop-up pools and the Lifesaving Society's Dale Miller on Swim to Survive. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.
Thursday July 21, 2016
Adrienne Montani, Provincial Coordinator at First Call: B.C. Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition, on child poverty. Vancouver Coun. Geoff Meggs, University of Washington Prof. Dr. Beth Ebel and Toronto Coun. Frances Nunziata on distracted pedestrians.
Tuesday July 19, 2016
Pain BC's Maria Hudspith, St Paul's Hospital's Dr. Keith Ahamad and Pain Medicine Physicians of B.C's Dr. Owen Williamson on doctors' reluctance to prescribe opioids. Ritual Restaurant's Nevada Cope and the University of Guelph's Bruce McAdams on tipping.
Monday July 18, 2016
Maggie Handford, a Ladysmith mother, and John Bird, president of the B.C. Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils, on managing the safety of students travelling abroad. Counsellor Dawn Schooler and lawyer Trevor Todd on how to divide inheritances.
Friday July 15, 2016
Dr. Joti Samra, a registered Vancouver psychologist, on how to respond when the amount of negative news gets to be too much. Follow Me Foodie's Mijune Pak and PNE's Laura Ballance on people's boldest food adventures.
Thursday July 14, 2016
Francois Marchand, arts editor at the Vancouver Sun and Province, on the best summer music festivals in B.C. Clinical counsellor Alyson Jones on the benefits of letting children become bored.
Wednesday July 13, 2016
Antonya Gonzalez and Andrew Baron, co-authors of "Reducing Children's Implicit Racial Bias Through Exposure to Positive Out-Group Exemplars." Dr. Mari Swingle, author of "i-Minds: How Cell Phones, Computers, Gaming and Social Media are Changing our Brains
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