The 180 | Apr 12, 2013 | 53:00

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    Jim and his guests discuss the Alberta government's ads about the province's oil sands, set to run in Washington. As well, we'll find out why a Calgary sexual health advocate wants care homes to give out condoms. And we'll debate a national carbon tax.

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    The 180 OPINION: What we can learn from the pickup artist community Aug 14, 2015 | 12:49Writer Nico Lang says the people profiting from the pickup artist culture deserve denunciation, the people attracted to it deserve sympathy and understanding.
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    The 180 Pick-up artist culture, terror tourism, and the myth of sharing economy Aug 14, 2015 | 54:00Writer Nico Lang on so-called "pick-up artist" Roosh V. University of Ottawa professor says the Prime Minister might be on the right track with this plan to ban "terror tourism," and technology writer Carmi Levy exposes the myth of the sharing economy.
    The 180 - Cities should learn to love industryAug 14, 2015 | 8:32The 180 Cities should learn to love industry Audio
    The 180 Cities should learn to love industry Aug 14, 2015 | 8:32Especially when it comes to the urban waterfront in Canada -- it's goodbye lumber and cement, hello lattes and high rent. But Peter Hall, an associate professor at Simon Fraser University, says might live to regret the shift.
    The 180 - Green lawns, bullying, and sarcasmAug 7, 2015 | 54:00The 180 Green lawns, bullying, and sarcasm Audio
    The 180 Green lawns, bullying, and sarcasm Aug 7, 2015 | 54:00This week on the 180 we learn how watering lawns might be the best choice in a drought, research that points to a genetic basis for bullying, and a study that suggests sarcasm creates a hothouse for creative minds.
    The 180 - Sarcasm as a creative forceAug 7, 2015 | 9:47The 180 Sarcasm as a creative force Audio
    The 180 Sarcasm as a creative force Aug 7, 2015 | 9:47Many a delicate flower of an idea has withered under the heat of a sarcastic jab from a colleague, parent, or boss. But a new study suggests that sarcasm might be just the thing for a budding creative mind.
    The 180 - The genetic roots of bullyingAug 7, 2015 | 8:26The 180 The genetic roots of bullying Audio
    The 180 The genetic roots of bullying Aug 7, 2015 | 8:26Jennifer Wong is an assistant professor of Criminology at Simon Fraser University in BC. She led a recent study that concluded bullying is genetic -- and that those bullying genes actually do some good.
    The 180 - The ethics of lawn wateringAug 7, 2015 | 10:01The 180 The ethics of lawn watering Audio
    The 180 The ethics of lawn watering Aug 7, 2015 | 10:01Alan White is the Ontario representative for the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association. He says lawn watering restrictions are missing the point: Hot, dry weather is when we need healthy grass the most.
    The 180 - Americans love their constitution. Do Canadians love theirs?Jul 31, 2015 | 10:07The 180 Americans love their constitution. Do Canadians love theirs? Audio
    The 180 Americans love their constitution. Do Canadians love theirs? Jul 31, 2015 | 10:07The American Constitution is so revered it's used as a dramatic device in Hollywood movies, and many of us can cite it-- ever asked to "plead the 5th"? So why don't Canadians cling as strongly to our own Constitution? We investigate.
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    The 180 Your opinion on expat voting rights Jul 31, 2015 | 8:11Last week, we heard two perspectives on whether expatriate Canadians should be allowed to vote. This week, we hear your reaction.
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    The 180 BETTER IDEA: House Arrest Jul 31, 2015 | 5:46St. John's lawyer Erin Breen says more offenders should be serving sentences at home, instead of in jail.
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