On the Island
Friday April 28, 2017
Christy Clark discusses softwood lumber, party finances, B.C. Ferries, and education with Gregor Craigie.
Tuesday April 25, 2017
At the midway point of the B.C. election campaign, Green party leader Andrew Weaver sits down with Gregor Craigie to discuss softwood lumber, childcare, political financing and several other issues.
Friday April 07, 2017
Martyn Brown, Elizabeth Cull, and Norman Spector discuss the BC Ombudsperson's report on the Ministry of Health firings, and the provincial election campaign.
Wednesday April 05, 2017
Musicians Michael and Mary Hodges became travelling buskers after their children left home. "We wanted to see if we could make a living at it, and we did."
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