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B.C. Almanac

Host Gloria Macarenko connects British Columbians as they share stories and ideas about what they have in common and what makes them different.

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Episode 8: Gwen

Gwen speaks about her relationship with Michael Lavoie and what she recalls from those crucial days in January 1998.

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Is sugar killing us?

How can a stressful commute impact a person's professional performance?

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Not loving Meryl Streep's speech

'Crippled Scholar' Kim Sauder says Meryl Streep was not speaking up for disabled people in her Golden Globe speech.

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The Trump dossier: fact, fiction and everything in between

Mother Jones Washington Bureau Chief David Corn interviewed the spy who investigated and wrote the so-called Trump dossier.

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BC political donations. Blue Monday.

BC political parties and Democracy Watch on regulating political donations. Mark Holder, UBC Okanagan professor of psychology, on beating the Blue Monday doldrums.

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JAN. 13, 2017 Sick notes. Birds in the cold.

Dr. Alan Ruddiman, Anthony Ariganello and Dr. Michelle Dow on employers requiring sick workers to get notes from doctors. Clive Keen and Cathy Steele on how people are helping birds survive the winter cold.

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JAN. 12, 2017 B.C. approves Trans Mountain project. Gardener Brian Minter.

George Hoberg, a professor of environmental and natural resource policy at UBC's Liu Institute for Global Issues, on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion as an election issue. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.

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JAN. 11, 2017 Trump and politics. Banished words.

Max Cameron, director of UBC's Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, on the impact U.S. president-elect Donald Trump may have on political engagement. John Shibley, compiler of the Banished Words List at Lake superior State University.

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JAN. 10, 2019 Homeowner grant. Suddenly single.

B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong and simon Fraser University Prof. Rhys Kesselman on changes to B.C.'s homeowner grant and housing affordability. Gail Vaz-Oxlade and Victoria Ryce, co-authors of CEO of Everything: Flying Solo and Soaring.

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JAN. 9, 2016 Workplace deaths and injuries. Cost of living.

Lee Loftus, a member of the B.C. Federation of Labour's health and safety committee, on workplace safety and the Bentall Tower tragedy. Iglika Ivanova, a senior economist with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, on what costs more in B.C. in 2017

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JAN. 6, 2016 B.C., teachers agreement. Peanut allergies.

UBC Prof. Michelle Stack and B.C. Parents of Special Needs Children spokesperson Tracy Humphreys on the $50M deal to hire 1,100 teachers. Dr. Edmond Chan, director of the Allergy Clinic at B.C. Children's Hospital, on peanut allergies.

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JAN. 5, 2016 Flu outbreaks. Divorce month.

Dr. Danuta Skowronski, the lead epidemiologist at the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, on B.C.'s latest flu outbreaks. Psychologist Susan Gamache and celebrant Barbara Densmore on divorce.

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JAN. 4, 2017 Ice, snow, cold. Winterize your home.

Pete Bigby, Phil Germuth, Mora Scott, Jeremy Garner and John Harmsen on how to cope with the ice, snow and cold. Torsten Ely and Carmen Proctor on winterizing your home.

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JAN. 3, 2017 Property assessments. New Year's resolutions.

The B.C. Real Estate Association's Cameron Muir and UBC Sauder School of Business's Tsur Somerville on B.C. Assessment's property values for 2017. Food and nutrition expert Patricia Chuey and Ikkuma CEO Gary LeBlanc on New Year's resolutions.

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DEC. 30, 2016 Ecological priorities. B.C. political stories.

Michael Curnes and John Vissers on B.C.'s ecological priorities. Richard Zussman, Alise Mills and Bill Tieleman on B.C.'s biggest political stories of the year.

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DEC. 29, 2016 Legalizing drugs beyond pot. Gardener Brian Minter.

Laura Tate, executive director of InnerChange Foundation, and Donald MacPherson, executive director of the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, on whether Canada should legalize drugs beyond marijuana. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.

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DEC. 28, 2016 Trudeau and Trump. Holiday waste.

Richard Jenkins and Hamish Telford on the relationship between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. president-elect Donald Trump. Katelin LeBlond, Angie Quaale and Patrick Lewis on how to reduce, reuse and recycle holiday waste.

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DEC. 23, 2016 Christmas Card of the Air

Listeners share their holiday messages with loved ones around the province.

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DEC. 22, 2016 Tasers, guns, police use of force. Holiday beers.

B.C. Civil Liberties Association executive director Josh Paterson, lawyer Art Vertlieb and former Delta police chief Jim Cessford on Tasers, guns, and police use of force. Joe Wiebe, author of Craft Beer Revolution: The Insider's Guide to B.C. Breweries.

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DEC. 21, 2016 Charitable giving. Santa Claus.

UBC PhD candidate Ashley Whillans, United Way of the Lower Mainland's Michael McKnight, and Charity Intelligence Canada's Greg Thomson on charitable giving. Santa Claus speaks to children.

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DEC. 20, 2016 Pipeline politics. Impaired driving.

Insights West's Mario Canseco, political historian David Mitchell and Ecojustice's Dyna Tuytel on the politics of the federal Liberals' approval of the Trans Mountain project. MADD Canada's Andrew Murie and Washington's Shelly Baldwin on impaired driving.

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Dec. 19, 2016 Overdoses and treatment. Fake News.

Bernie Pauly of Centre for Addictions Research of BC on harm reduction measures and treatment options. Professor Perter Chow-White on the phenomenon of fake news and social media.

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DEC. 16, 2016 Asbestos. Alcoholism during the holidays.

Tracy Ford, Larry Stoffman and Tom Sigurdson the federal ban on asbestos and the long-term health effects. Dr. Evan Wood, Michael Pond and Maureen Palmer on coping with alcoholism over the holidays.

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DEC. 15, 2016 First-time homebuyer loan. Gardener Brian Minter.

Credit Counselling Society's Scott Hannah, UBC Sauder School of Business's Tom Davidoff and Housing Action for Local Taxpayers' Kristian van der Hoek on government-backed loans for first-time homebuyers. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions

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DEC. 14, 2016 Seniors' finances. Gift giving.

Isobel Mackenzie, B.C.'s seniors advocate, on financial burdens for seniors who are hard-pressed to make ends meet. Julie Blais Comeau and Sue Hayes on gift-giving advice.

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DEC. 13, 2016 Marijuana legalization recommendations. Cold weather.

Sensible B.C.'s Dana Larsen and UBC's Mark Haden on the federal task force's recommendations. The Canada Safety Council's Lewis Smith, Tremblay Motors' Sam Tremblay, and Maple Ridge's Nicole Read on the cold weather.

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DEC. 12, 2016 Avalanche safety. Holiday blood donations.

Jan Neuspiel of Vancouver Island Avalanche Centre on avalanche safety, after two out-of-bounds skiiers spent the night in Vancouver's North Shore Mountains. David Patterson of Canadian Blood Services and Krista Klokeid, a blood recipient, on giving blood.

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DEC. 9, 2016 Syrian refugees one year later. Adoptions and reunions.

Chris Friesen, the director of settlement services for ISS of BC, and Abdirhameed Saeed and Mohammad Tahhan, two refugees originally from Syria, on challenges for refugees settling in B.C. Janet Keall and Karen Madeiros on adoptions and reunions.

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DEC. 8, 2016 Fighting fentanyl overdoses. Tech gifts.

B.C. Health Minister Terry Lake, B.C. NDP health spokesperson Judy Darcy, and Ambulance Paramedics of B.C. provincial executive Cameron Eby on the fentanyl overdose crisis. Blaine Kyllo, a consumer tech journalist, on tech gifts.

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DEC. 7, 2016 Electoral reform. Chris Hadfield.

Max Cameron, the director of UBC's Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, on MyDemocracy.ca and the federal government's path to electoral reform. Chris Hadfield, a former astronaut and author of The Darkest Dark, answers your questions.

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DEC. 6, 2016 Pipeline persuasion.

Canada West Foundation CEO Martha Hall Findlay and Green Party of B.C. Leader Andrew Weaver on a special B.C.-Alberta broadcast cohosted with Alberta at Noon host Rob Brown.

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DEC. 5, 2016 Financial elder abuse.

CBC's Erica Johnson brings us a story of financial elder abuse. Ron Usher, President of Nidus, Personal Planning Resource Centre and Registry gives tips on protecting yourself and family.

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DEC. 1, 2016 Winter driving. Gardener Brian Minter.

Steve Wallace, a driving instructor and CEO of Wallace Driving School, and Jamie Davis, owner of Jamie Davis Towing, on winter driving. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.

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NOV. 30, 2016 Pipeline politics. Food banks.

Kevin Hanna and Norman Spector on the federal government's approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Seth Klein, Laura Lansink and Patty Larson on food banks.

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NOV. 29, 2016 Northern Gateway, Line 3, Trans Mountain pipeline projects

University of Calgary's Jennifer Winter, University of British Columbia's Kathryn Harrison, Coastal First Nations' Patrick Kelly, and University of Victoria's Jamie Lawson on the expected announcement about Enbridge's Northern Gateway and Line 3 pipelines

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NOV. 28, 2016 Cetaceans in aquariums. Call to regulate therapists.

Stuart Mackinnon, Jason Colby and John Ford on the death of the Vancouver Aquarium's two resident beluga whales, and the future of cetaceans at the aquarium. Glenn Gregg and Bernadine Fox on a push for regulation and a disciplinary process for therapists.

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Nov. 25, 2016. Fentanyl epidemic

Robert Osborne on his film "Unstoppable: The Fentanyl Epidemic." RCMP Cpl Eric Boechler. Former park board commissioner Sarah Blythe, Vancouver Coastal Health Medical officer Mark Lysyshyn, and Health Minister Terry Lake.

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Nov. 24, 2016. ICBC projected rate hike. HNIC announcer Bob Cole.

ICBC rates are projected to spike. Bruce Cran of Consumers' Association of Canada, former deputy minister Richard McCandless, and BCABC president Chuck Byrne weigh in. Also, Bob Cole joins us to talk about his new book, and Scott Oake makes an appearance.

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Nov. 23, Wait times for MRIs. Play times for kids.

The Fraser Institute says that B.C.'s MRI wait times continue to rise. Dr. Michael Klein, and Dr Brett Beltchez respond. Science World has a new Early Learner Gallery called Wonder. We hear from Dr. Vanessa Lapointe and educato Rachelle Weik.

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Nov. 22, Housing announcement, caregivers and the workplace

Kishon Roy, CEO of BC Non-profit Housing, and NDP Housing Critic David Eby react to a $516 million investment in affordable housing. Nora Spinks, of the Vanier Institute of the Family, and Barb MacLean of Family Caregivers of BC on caregiving.

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Nov. 21, 2016. Agricultural Land Reserve, Attitudes towards aging.

Mega-homes are being built on agricultural land in the Lower Mainland. A locally-produced documentary explored our attitudes towards aging.

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NOV. 18, 2016 Vancouver Aquarium. Family doctors.

Sarah Kirby-Yung, chair of the Vancouver Park Board, on the death of Qila the beluga whale and the future of the Vancouver Aquarium. Dr. Bill Cavers and Dr. Christy Sutherland on family doctors.

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NOV. 17, 2016 Opioids and Harm Reduction, Brian Minter

Adjunct professor at UBC's School of Population and Public Health talks about hard reduction in the in wake of the opioid crisis. he thinks that clean heroin should be offered to addicts. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.

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NOV. 16, 2016. Cultural practices in public schools, Fault Lines.

A mother is upset about a smudging ceremony at her kids' school. President of the BC Teachers' Federation, Glen Hansman and President of Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms talk about cultural practices in schools.

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NOV. 15, 2016 Accessibility

Breaking down barriers to accessibility with Rick Hansen, Sam Sullivan and Michelle Stilwell.

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NOV. 14, 2016 Flooding, Prenuptial agreements

An update from the province on recent flooding and personal stories from people affected. Vancouver Family Law Lawyer, Georgialee Lang on prenuptial agreements.

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NOV. 11. 2016 Remembrance Day.

Cam Cathcart, Chairman of the Vancouver Remembrance Day Committee. Alan Livingstone MacLeod, author of Remembered in Bronze and Stone: Canada's Great War Memorial Statuary

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NOV. 10, 2016 B.C. teachers' Supreme Court of Canada win

Irene Lanzinger, president of the B.C. Federation of Labour, and Charles Ungerleider, professor emeritus of educational studies at the University of British Columbia, on the Supreme Court ruling in favour of B.C. teachers.

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NOV. 9, 2016 U.S. election reaction: Hopes and fears

Dan Risler, a American Donald Trump supporter living in Kelowna, UBC Prof. Max Cameron, SFU Prof. Andre Gerolymatos and Brie Orr Alvarez, an American living in Vancouver.

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NOV. 8, 2016 U.S. election: Lookahead; Stress and anxiety.

The CBC's Meera Bains, the B.C. Chamber of Commerce's Dan Baxter, the University of Washington's Mark A. Smith look ahead to today's U.S. presidential election. Registered psychologist Dr. Joti Samra on the stress and anxiety related to the U.S. election.

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NOV. 07, 2016. Oil Spill Response. OCD

Former Liberal Federal Minister of the Environment, David Anderson on Federal announcement for oil spill response. Registered Psychologist,Dr. Melanie Badali on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

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NOV. 04, 2016 Woodfibre LNG. Fishing.

CBC reporter Richard Zussman, Squamish Nation Chief Ian Campbell and Pembina Institute associate regional director Matt Horne on today's Woodfibre LNG announcement. Peter McMullan, author of Casting Back: Sixty Years of Fishing and Writing.

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NOV. 3, 2016 Abbotsford school stabbing and mental health. Gardener Brian Minter.

Jonny Morris, senior director of policy, research and planning at the Canadian Mental Health Association, British Columbia division, on mental health and the fatal Abbotsford school stabbing. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.

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NOV. 2, 2016 Social media and trauma.

Gina Vanderham, a Vancouver psychotherapist, and Jesse Miller, the founder of Mediated Reality and a popular speaker at schools on the topic of social media, on the fatal Abbotsford school stabbing, social media and trauma.

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NOV. 1, 2016 Canada's immigration plan. Daylight saving time.

Peter Edelmann, an immigration and refugee lawyer, Canada's new immigration plan. Michael Downing, author of Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time, Bob Dieno and Dan Baxter on daylight saving time.

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Firework bans. Report card concerns.

Greg Moore, chair of Metro Vancouver, and Lori Chortyk from BCSPCA on firework bans. Sandra Mathison, professor of education at UBC, on rethinking report cards in BC schools.

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OCT. 28, 2016 Ontario's daycare changes. Scary, ghost stories.

Sharon Gregson, spokesperson for the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of B.C., on calls for B.C. to adopt changes to daycare like Ontario has. Writer JJ Lee and filmmaker AShley Fester on scary, ghost stories.

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OCT. 27, 2016 New landlord registry. Mechanic Sam Tremblay.

Landlord B.C. CEO David Hutniak and housing advocate Russ Godfrey on the upcoming landlord registry and how we choose our landlords and tenants. Tremblay Motors' Sam Tremblay answers your questions.

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OCT. 26, 2016 Distracted walking legislation.

Mario Canseco, vice-president of public affairs at Insights West, and Dr. Beth Ebel, a pediatrician at the University of Washington and former director of the Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center, on support for distracted walking legislation.

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OCT. 25, 2016 Food waste and how to reduce it.

CBC reporter Erica Johnson, Just Eat It filmmaker Jenny Rustemeyer, National Zero Waste Council Chair Malcolm Brodie and Metro Vancouver Director of Solid Waste Planning Andrew Marr on food waste.

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OCT. 24, 2016 Food labelling and marketing regulations. Will your pension last?

Charlene Elliott, the Canada Research Chair in Food Marketing, Policy and Children's Health with Canadian Institutes of Health Research, on the newly announced food labelling and marketing regulations. Adrian Mastracci and Rhys Kesselman on pensions.

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OCT. 21, 2016 Should junior athletes be paid at least a minimum wage? TV's changing landscape.

University of Victoria Prof. Ken Thornicroft, class action lawyer Ted Charney and Western Hockey League Commissioner Ron Robison on whether junior athletes should be paid at least a minimum wage. Cartt.ca editor Greg O'Brien on TV's changing landscape.

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OCT. 20, 2016 Temporary Foreign Worker Program. Coding curriculum.

Dan Baxter, Jason Foster and Irene Lanzinger on Lululemon and changes to Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program. Kirsten Sutton and Melissa Sariffodeen on computer coding becoming a part of B.C.'s school curriculum.

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OCT. 19, 2016 Banning certain criminals from 'red zones.'

Maple Ridge Mayor Nicole Read, former Delta police chief Jim Cessford, and Pivot Legal Society lawyer Doug King on a proposal to ban certain repeat offenders from a 'red zone' in Maple Ridge.

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