Aug 15, 2012 | 16:18Information Radio - MB Tattoo Taboo Audio
Information Radio - MB Tattoo Taboo Aug 15, 2012 | 16:18News this week that police in Medicine Hat, Alberta will no longer be allowed to have visible tattoos. So does your workplace care if you have visible tattoos? Terry talks to Andrew Gregg, a filmmaker whose documentary "Tattoo Odyssey" explored the ancient and modern meanings of tattoos. Then he speaks with two business owners - one, a tattoo artist - the other, a tattoo remover on the subject of ink in the workplace and tattoo regret.
Jan 8, 2015 | 49:28Information Radio - MB Jan 08 Information Radio Hour 1 Audio
Information Radio - MB Jan 08 Information Radio Hour 1 Jan 8, 2015 | 49:28The 17 year-old newcomer spent a night alone in the cold is home and reunited with her family; Most research shows detox diets don't work, but people keep doing them, why?; Remembering Derek Fontaine; What happens if oil drops to $40 a barrel and what wou
Sep 5, 2012 | 6:08Information Radio - MB Thompson Canada's Most Violent City Audio
Information Radio - MB Thompson Canada's Most Violent City Sep 5, 2012 | 6:08The most violent city in Canada is right here in Manitoba. A 26-year-old man was set on fire this weekend in Thompson. Ruth Gelasco has organized rallies against violence in Thompson. Last year, she started a petition for a curfew in an effort to curb crime. Ruth spoke to Terry about the problem...
Mar 11, 2013 | 9:59Information Radio - MB United minister on Steinbach reaction to Bill 18 Audio
Information Radio - MB United minister on Steinbach reaction to Bill 18 Mar 11, 2013 | 9:59The proposed Bill 18 legislation would make it mandatory for schools to support gay-straight alliances. But Steinbach Christian School has made it clear that they believe the school's religious freedom would suffer. James Christie is an ordained minister of the United Church, a professor of theology at the University of Winnipeg, and the past president of the Canadian Council of Churches. He spoke with Marcy Markusa.