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Giving street food back to the people

Food trucks are the latest darlings of urban foodies. But Montrealer Bartek Komorowski says the rolling restaurants have strayed too far from their roots.

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The 180 - Public funding for IVF; Victims Bill of Rights; Wind or nuclear powerNov 21, 2014 | 54:00The 180 Public funding for IVF; Victims Bill of Rights; Wind or nuclear power Audio
The 180 Public funding for IVF; Victims Bill of Rights; Wind or nuclear power Nov 21, 2014 | 54:00On this episode: the case against public funding for in vitro fertilization treatments, a call to rename British Columbia, and a democracy hack that would get Ottawa politicians out of Ottawa.
The 180 - Should the healthcare system pay for In Vitro Fertilization treatments?Nov 20, 2014 | 8:34The 180 Should the healthcare system pay for In Vitro Fertilization treatments? Audio
The 180 Should the healthcare system pay for In Vitro Fertilization treatments? Nov 20, 2014 | 8:34In 2010, Quebec became the first and -- so far -- the only province to fully fund in-vitro fertilization. But now the Quebec government says it will scale back its commitment to funding the treatment, citing runaway costs.
The 180 - Finding a new name for B.C.Nov 20, 2014 | 3:11The 180 Finding a new name for B.C. Audio
The 180 Finding a new name for B.C. Nov 20, 2014 | 3:11Is it time to take the "British" out of "British Columbia"? Historical geographer Howard Stewart thinks so. We gave him 180 seconds to make his case.
The 180 - The case for nuclear powerNov 20, 2014 | 5:28The 180 The case for nuclear power Audio
The 180 The case for nuclear power Nov 20, 2014 | 5:28The Canadian Nuclear Association commissioned an independent study that shows nuclear power is more sustainable than wind. CNA president and CEO John Barrett joined Jim Brown to explain.
The 180 - Al Mussell: Want to save the planet? Skip the farmer's market!Sep 5, 2014 | 11:56The 180 Al Mussell: Want to save the planet? Skip the farmer's market! Audio
The 180 Al Mussell: Want to save the planet? Skip the farmer's market! Sep 5, 2014 | 11:56If you've been to a farmer's market lately, you've probably heard all about the virtues of buying from smaller, local farmers. But according to agricultural economist Al Mussell, smaller isn't necessarily better when if comes to farming.
The 180 - The crown and the defence weigh in on the Canadian Victims Bill of RightsNov 20, 2014 | 3:28The 180 The crown and the defence weigh in on the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights Audio
The 180 The crown and the defence weigh in on the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights Nov 20, 2014 | 3:28A parliamentary committee is hearing feedback on the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights Act, or Bill C-32. We hear from Howard Krongold, of the Criminal Lawyers Association, for his thoughts.
The 180 - Nuclear waste, Pipelines and emissions, PTSD and soldiersNov 28, 2014 | 54:00The 180 Nuclear waste, Pipelines and emissions, PTSD and soldiers Audio
The 180 Nuclear waste, Pipelines and emissions, PTSD and soldiers Nov 28, 2014 | 54:00On this episode: What happens to Canada's nuclear waste, why one man who works with vets says we get it wrong when we talk about PTSD, and an energy expert says piecemeal pipeline considerations could be avoided with a better federal emissions policy.
The 180 - The case for wind powerNov 20, 2014 | 4:53The 180 The case for wind power Audio
The 180 The case for wind power Nov 20, 2014 | 4:53The Canadian Nuclear Association says nuclear power is cleaner than wind, but Brandy Giannetta objects. The Ontario Regional Director for the Canadian Wind Energy Association tells Jim Brown why wind wins.
The 180 - A philosopher makes the case for ethical huntingSep 17, 2014 | 15:54The 180 A philosopher makes the case for ethical hunting Audio
The 180 A philosopher makes the case for ethical hunting Sep 17, 2014 | 15:54Philosophy professor Nathan Kowalsky makes the case for hunting as part of a natural, ethical relationship with food and the environment.
The 180 - The crown and the defence weigh in on the Canadian Victims Bill of RightsNov 20, 2014 | 6:16The 180 The crown and the defence weigh in on the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights Audio
The 180 The crown and the defence weigh in on the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights Nov 20, 2014 | 6:16A parliamentary committee is hearing feedback on the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights Act, or Bill C-32. We hear from Eric Woodburn, of the Canadian Association of Crown Counsel, for his thoughts.
The 180 - Are Canadian municipal politics too white?Nov 7, 2014 | 12:27The 180 Are Canadian municipal politics too white? Audio
The 180 Are Canadian municipal politics too white? Nov 7, 2014 | 12:27Canadian cities are increasingly multicultural places, but the elected official that represent them are typically white and male. Activist and writer Desmond Cole and political scientist Karen Bird argue we can and should change that.
The 180 - Is it time to ban fighting in hockey?Nov 14, 2014 | 11:46The 180 Is it time to ban fighting in hockey? Audio
The 180 Is it time to ban fighting in hockey? Nov 14, 2014 | 11:46Future hockey star Connor McDavid broke his hand this week, while fighting in a junior game. The incident revived the debate over fighting in hockey, so we asked hockey fans and sports guys Greg Wyshynski and Shane Foxman to weigh in.
The 180 - Food Fight: Organic versus non-organicOct 10, 2014 | 9:49The 180 Food Fight: Organic versus non-organic Audio
The 180 Food Fight: Organic versus non-organic Oct 10, 2014 | 9:49This week, we look for help deciding whether to bother buying organic. Health policy researcher Tim Caulfield, and organic specialist Av Singh, make their cases.
The 180 - How Conrad Black's time in jail changed how he thinks about Canadian democracyNov 28, 2014 | 16:47The 180 How Conrad Black's time in jail changed how he thinks about Canadian democracy Audio
The 180 How Conrad Black's time in jail changed how he thinks about Canadian democracy Nov 28, 2014 | 16:47This week, Conrad Black sat down with Jim to talk about his new history of Canada. Since he recently wrote 1020 pages about this country, we figured he might have a thing or two to say about how to make our institutions more democratic.
The 180 - Is it time to write off cursive writing?Mar 28, 2014 | 13:21The 180 Is it time to write off cursive writing? Audio
The 180 Is it time to write off cursive writing? Mar 28, 2014 | 13:21Recent school decisions have people debating the merits of cursive writing. We ask: in this age of texting and keyboarding, is it really necessary to know how to read and write cursive script? What say you?

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