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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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How a little dog named Gobi changed an ultramarathoner's life

Dion Leonard was racing across the Chinese and Mongolian desert when a scruffy dog started running alongside him.

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The Ear Hustle

Hear the podcast creators talk about life inside San Quentin State Prison.

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The origin of Betty Boop

Mark Fleischer, CEO of Fleischer Studios, talks about the history of the Betty Boop character.

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Whipped cream canister kills Instagram star

Rebecca Burger died after a whipped cream canister struck her in the heart — and a French consumer watchdog group says they've warning about this product for years.

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JUNE 23, 2017 Safer marijuana use. Fun in the heat.

Island Health's Dr. Richard Stanwick on safer marijuana use. CBC News's Johanna Wagstaffe, the University of B.C.'s Dr. Chris Carlsten, B.C. Wildfire Service's Ryan Turcot and Mount Waddington's Outdoors's Sam Waddington on having fun in the heat.

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JUNE 22, 2017 Speaker, Throne Speech. First job.

Richard Zussman, the CBC's legislative reporter in Victoria, and David Moscrop, a political scientist at SFU, on B.C.'s new Speaker and the upcoming Throne Speech. Marc-David Seidel, RBC Financial Group professor of Entrepreneurship at UBC, on first jobs.

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JUNE 21, 2017 Instant pay. Indigenous health care.

Instant Financial's Steve Barha and the Credit Counselling Society's Mark Kalinowski. The First Nations Health Authority's Dr. Evan Adams and the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada's Cindy Blackstock.

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JUNE 20, 2017 Snap elections. Cancer rates.

The Angus Reid Institute's Shachi Kurl and the University of the Fraser Valley's Hamish Telford on voters' views about B.C.'s next government. The Canadian Cancer Society's Sandra Krueckl on cancer rates in B.C.

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JUNE 19, 2017 Income assistance rates. Boating safety

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives' Seth Klein and First Call's Adrienne Montani on income assistance rates. Canadian Safe Boating Council's Larry Jacobs and BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit's Ian Pike on boating safety.

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JUNE 16, 2017 Alcohol in grocery stores. How fatherhood changes you.

Tim Stockwell, director of the University of Victoria's Centre for Addictions Research of B.C., on Vancouver's approach to alcohol sales in grocery stores. Charlie Demers and George Bowering, co-authors of The Dad Dialogues, on how fatherhood changes you.

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JUNE 15, 2017 Disability pride. Gardener Brian Minter.

Faith Bodnar, executive director of Inclusion B.C., Alexander Magnussen, an inclusion consultant, and Lauren Stinson, a youth leadership mentee at North Shore Disability Resource Centre, on disability pride. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers questions.

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JUNE 14, 2017 Court delays. Financial elder abuse.

Richard Fowler, a governor with the Trial Lawyers Association of B.C., and Mobina Jaffer, a senator from B.C., on court delays. Gloria Gutman, founder of SFU's Gerontology department, and David Watts, a notary public based in Vancouver, on elder abuse.

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JUNE 13, 2017 Farm animal treatment. Talking to children about what they eat.

Chicken Farmers of Canada's Benoit Fontaine and Lisa Bishop-Spencer and the B.C. SPCA's Marcie Moriarty on the treatment of farm animals in B.C. Sarah Elton, author of Meatless? A Fresh Look at What You Eat.

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JUNE 12, 2017 Pharmaceutical drug costs. Climate change: B.C. in 2050

Steve Morgan, a professor at UBC's School of Population and Public Health, on high prescription drug costs. Johanna Wagstaffe, host of 2050: Degrees of Change, and Stephen Sheppard, author of Visualizing Climate Change, on impact of climate change in B.C.

Download JUNE 12, 2017 Pharmaceutical drug costs. Climate change: B.C. in 2050
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JUNE 9, 2017 Free transit for youth? Mechanic Sam Tremblay.

New Westminster Coun. Patrick Johnstone and UBC Sauder School of Business Prof. Robin Lindsey on whether public transit should be free for some people. Sam Tremblay of Tremblay Motors takes your questions.

Download JUNE 9, 2017 Free transit for youth? Mechanic Sam Tremblay.
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JUNE 8, 2017. James Comey testimony. Illegal dumping.

POLITICO contributor, David Freelander, and Rex Brysen, political science professor at McGill University react to Comey testimony. Brock MacDonald, Recycling Council of BC and Tracy Tobin, City of Burnaby, on illegal dumping.

Download JUNE 8, 2017. James Comey testimony. Illegal dumping.
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JUNE 7, 2017 Site C. Youth employment.

CBC reporter Richard Zussman, Camerado Energy Consulting director Rick Hendriks and Fort Nelson Mayor Bill Streeper on what's next for Site C. Futurpreneur Canada director Paulina Cameron on youth employment.

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JUNE 6, 2017. Single-family homes. Small acts of conservation.

Vancity's Ryan McKinley and Nathan Lauster, Author of The Death and Life of the Single-Family House: Lessons from Vancouver on Building a Livable City, on single-family homes. The Nature Conservancy of Canada's Dan Kraus on small acts of conservation.

Download JUNE 6, 2017. Single-family homes. Small acts of conservation.
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JUNE 5, 2017 London attacks and travel plans. Skipping meals and health.

Deputy Mayor of Castelgar Deb McIntosh, UBC political science instructor Serbulent Turan, and travel blogger Claudia Laroye on London attacks and travel plans. Dietitian Desiree Nielsen on skipping meals.

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JUNE 2, 2017 U.S. pulls out of Paris Agreement. Screen time for young children.

Ian Bruce, director of science and policy for the David Suzuki Foundation, on the United States' decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. Matthew Johnson, director of education at MediaSmarts, on recommendations on screen time for young children.

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JUNE 1, 2017 Softwood aid package. Gardener Brian Minter.

Canada West Foundation's Naomi Christensen, B.C. Lumber Trade Council's Susan Yurkovich and Conservative MP Todd Doherty on Ottawa's softwood lumber aid package. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.

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MAY 31, 2017 Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Dark side of technology.

The University of British Columbia's Kathryn Harrison and the BC Chamber of Commerce's Dan Baxter on the future of the Trans Mountain project. Mike Dover, author of Dante's Infinite Monkeys: Technology Meets the 7 Deadly Sins.

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MAY 29, 2017 Risks of teen drug use. Name-blind hiring.

New Westminster police's Andrew Perry, Fraser Health's Mark Goheen and Boys and Girls Club's Jordan Davis on the risks of teen drug use. University of Toronto's Phillip Oreopoulos and HRx Technology's Wyle Baoween on name-blind hiring.

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MAY 30, 2017 B.C. NDP, Green government agreement. Weddings on a budget.

Richard Zussman, the CBC's legislative reporter in Victoria, on the B.C. Greens support for a minority B.C. NDP government. Maili Wong, author of Smart Risk, and Jane Geszler, owner of Budget Blooms, on how to hold a budget wedding.

Download MAY 30, 2017 B.C. NDP, Green government agreement. Weddings on a budget.
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MAY 26, 2017 Messes in campgrounds and the backcountry. Sports beyond winning.

Sam Waddington, owner of Mount Waddington's Outdoors, on messes left in campgrounds and backcountry. Jason Dorland, an Olympic rower, coach, author of Pulling Together: A Coach's Journey to Uncover the Mindset of True Potential, on sports beyond winning.

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MAY 25, 2017 Remembering Grace McCarthy. Greens role in next B.C. government.

Rafe Mair, who served in cabinet with Grace McCarthy, and Dr. Pat McGeer, former B.C. Liberal MLA, on former Social Credit MLA Grace McCarthy. Adam Olsen, elected B.C. Green MLA for Saanich North and the Islands, on his party's role in the next government

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MAY 24, 2017 B.C. government configurations. Melanoma and other skin cancers.

Richard Johnston, a political science professor at the University of B.C., on the possible configurations of B.C.'s next government. Dr. Marcie Ulmer, a clinical instructor at the Department of Dermatology and Skin Science at UBC, on skin cancer.

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MAY 23, 2017 Talking to children about terrorism. Scary wildlife encounters.

Dr. Shimi Kang, author of The Dolphin Parent, and Dave MacKenzie, president of the B.C. School Counsellors Association, on talking to children about terrorism. Frank Ritcey, provincial coordinator of WildSafe B.C., on scary wildlife encounters.

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MAY 19, 2017 Music festivals' finances. Modern parenting.

Robert Calder, who runs Do 604, and Kenny Hess, the president of the Rockin' River Music Fest in Merritt, on the finances of music festivals in B.C. Alyson Schafer, an acclaimed parenting expert and author of Honey, I Wrecked the Kids, on modern parenting

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MAY 18, 2017 Tent cities. Gardener Brian Minter.

Pivot Legal Society's Caitlin Shane, Our Place Society's Grant McKenzie and the City of Duncan's Phil Kent on tent cities and homelessness. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.

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MAY 17, 2017 Cellphones in class. Modern etiquette.

Thierry Karsenti, a professor at the University of Montreal and the Canada Research Chair on information and communication technologies in education, on cellphones in class. Nina Durante, founder of Social Graces, on modern etiquette.

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MAY 16, 2017 Cetacean ban. Air passenger rights.

Vancouver Park Board's Michael Wiebe and University of Victoria's Jason Colby on the decision to ban new cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium. Bruce Cran, president of the Consumers' Association of Canada, on the new federal air passenger bill of rights.

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MAY 15, 2017 Cyberattacks. Keep calm.

Kevin McQuiggin, an adjunct professor at Simon Fraser University's International CyberCrime Research Centre, on WannaCry and other cyberattacks. Dr. Melanie Badali, a registered psychologist at the North Shore Stress and Anxiety Clinic on managing stress.

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MAY 12, 2017 Flooding and high water. U2.

Tina Lovgreen, David Campbell, Johanna Wagstaffe and Hans Caspers on flooding and high water levels in the B.C. Interior. Bal Brach and Marsha Lederman on the band U2.

Download MAY 12, 2017 Flooding and high water. U2.
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MAY 11, 2017 Flooding. Ethical investing.

Kris Stewart, Randy Barthel, Brady Strachan, Adrian Nieoczym, Johanna Wagstaffe and Tracey O'Sullivan on flooding. Joel Solomon, author of The Clean Money Revolution: Reinventing Power, Purpose, and Capitalism, on ethical investing.

Download MAY 11, 2017 Flooding. Ethical investing.
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MAY 10, 2017 Minority government.

Hamish Telford, an associate professor at the University of the Fraser Valley's political science department, on the results of the B.C. election, and the prospect of a minority government.

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MAY 9, 2017 Voter turnout. Infertility.

Max Cameron, Natasha Frakes, Dani Conrad and Alexander Magnussen on voter turnout during B.C.'s provincial elections. Dr. Albert Yuzpe and Jacqueline Knoblauch on infertility.

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May 8, 2017 Flooding. B.C. election overview.

CBC's Brady Strachan, with flood updates from Kelowna. SFU Earth Sciences professor, Brent Ward, on flood preparedness. CBC's Justin McElroy and panel of young voters on upcoming election day.

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MAY 5, 2017 Final days of the B.C. election.

Michael Prince, Jesse Johnston, Farrah Merali, Doug Herbert and George Baker on the final days of the B.C. election.

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MAY 4, 2017 Mother's and Father's days. Gardener Brian Minter.

Barbara Coloroso, Kareen Hudson and Willow Yamauchi on one school's approach to Mother's Day and Father's Day. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.

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MAY 3, 2017 Census and housing. 10 years of Facebook friendships.

Tom Davidoff, an associate professor at UBC's Sauder School of Business on housing and the latest census numbers. Alexandra Samuel, an independent tech researcher and a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal, on 10 years of Facebook friendships.

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MAY 2, 2017 Ovarian cancer. Motorcycle safety.

Dr. Paul Hoskins, an oncologist at the British Columbia Cancer Agency, and Elly Mayday, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, on ovarian cancer. Bruce Waddington, a motorcycle instructor at 1st Gear Motorcycle School and Training, on motorcycle safety.

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MAY 1, 2017 Mental Health. Young people and suicide.

The Canadian Mental Health Association's Jonny Morris, the Burnaby Board of Education's Sue Dorey, Amanda Todd's mother Carol Todd, and the Friendship Bench Campaign's Sam Fiorella on mental health, young people and 13 Reasons Why.

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APRIL 28, 2017 Overdose crisis from the front lines. Kitchen gadgets.

Joe Acker, director of patient care delivery of B.C. Emergency Health Services, Sarah Blyth, a founder of the Overdose Prevention Society on B.C.'s drug overdose crisis. Angie Quaale, owner of the Well Seasoned gourmet food store, on kitchen gadgets.

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APRIL 27, 2017 B.C. leaders' debate

Hamish Telford, an associate professor of political science at the University of the Fraser Valley, on how the B.C. leaders did during last night's televised debate.

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APRIL 26, 2017 Organ transplants. Declining fish populations.

James Breckenridge, president of the Canadian Transplant Society, on organ transplants. Dirk Zeller, a senior scientist and executive director of The Sea Around Us project at the University of British Columbia, on declining fish stocks.

Download APRIL 26, 2017 Organ transplants. Declining fish populations.
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APRIL 25, 2017 Softwood duties. Disability, accessibility and politics.

UBC's Harry Nelson on the United States' new duties. The Victoria Disability Resource Centre's Lynn Mullally and the Pacific Centre for the Blind's Lynda Bartram on disability, accessibility and politics.

Download APRIL 25, 2017 Softwood duties. Disability, accessibility and politics.
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APRIL 24, 2017 Softwood Lumber, CARP Financial Advising.

UBC economics professor, Werner Antweiler, on expected softwood lumber countervailing duties levied by U.S. Wanda Morris of CARP on protecting investments.

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APRIL 21, 2017 Physician-assisted dying numbers. Earth Day.

Jim Stephenson, past board chair of Dying with Dignity Canada, on the latest physician-assisted dying statistics. David Miller, president of the World Wildlife Fund Canada and former mayor of Toronto, on Earth Day.

Download APRIL 21, 2017 Physician-assisted dying numbers. Earth Day.
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APRIL 20, 2017 4/20. Gardener Brian Minter.

Dana Larsen, a 4/20 Vancouver organizer, Rielle Capler, a PhD candidate focusing on marijuana policy, and Art Steinmann, manager of Substance Use Health Promotion at the Vancouver School Board, on 4/20. Master Gardener Brian Minter answers your questions.

Download APRIL 20, 2017 4/20. Gardener Brian Minter.
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APRIL 19, 2017 Site C economics. Children in nature.

Karen Bakker, co-director of UBC's Program in Water Governance, and Rick Hendriks, director of Camerado Energy Consulting, on Site C. Laura Mylan, director of marketing and communications for the Children and Nature Network on getting children into nature

Download APRIL 19, 2017 Site C economics. Children in nature.
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APRIL 18, 2017 Housing affordability for young workers. Tax time.

John Stovell, chair of the Urban Development Institute and president of Reliance Properties, on housing affordability for young workers. Allison Suter, co-founder of SimpleTax, on filing taxes online and other tax-related questions.

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APRIL 13, 2017 Marijuana legislation. Housing election issue.

Tony Wilson, associate counsel at Boughton Law, on Canada's new marijuana legalization bill. Kishone Roy, CEO of the B.C. Non-Profit Housing Association, on housing as a B.C. election issue.

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APRIL 12, 2017 Overdose emergency anniversary. Parkinson's awareness.

Dr. Keith Ahamad, an addiction medicine clinician at the B.C. Centre on Substance Use, on the anniversary of the public health emergency on drug overdoses. Dr. Martin McKeown, director of the Pacific Parkinson's Research Centre on Parkinson's disease.

Download APRIL 12, 2017 Overdose emergency anniversary. Parkinson's awareness.
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APRIL 11, 2017 B.C. election launch. Allergy season.

Richard Zussman, the CBC's legislative reporter in Victoria, on the kickoff to B.C.'s provincial election. Dr. Donald Stark, a clinical associate professor in immunology at the University of British Columbia, on allergies.

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APRIL 10, 2017 Tolls on Bridges. Disability Basic Income.

Gordon Price, a fellow at SFU's Centre of Dialogue and Derek Corrigan, Mayor of Burnaby on tolls and congestion pricing. Richard Faucher, Jane Dyson and Michael Prince on basic incomes for those with disabilities.

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APRIL 7, 2017 Battle of Vimy Ridge 100th anniversary

Warren Sommer, author of Canucks in Khaki, Allan Snowie, team leader of the Vimy Flight, Mark Forsythe, co-author of From the West Coast to the Western Front, and Sandi Ratch, a heritage consultant based in Alberta, on the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

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APRIL 5, 2017 Marijuana use among youth. Terry O'Reilly.

The University of Victoria's Bonnie Leadbeater and Cindy Andrew on how families can address concerns about marijuana use among young people. Terry O'Reilly, host of CBC Radio's Under The Influence, answers questions about advertising and marketing.

Download APRIL 5, 2017 Marijuana use among youth. Terry O'Reilly.
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APRIL 6, 2017 Health ministry firings. Gardener Brian Minter.

Rob Shaw, a Vancouver Sun reporter, on the Ombudsperson's report 'Misfire: The 2012 Ministry of Health Employment Terminations and Related Matters.' Master Gardener Brian Minter answer your questions.

Download APRIL 6, 2017 Health ministry firings. Gardener Brian Minter.
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APRIL 4, 2017 Future of B.C. forestry. Canadian road trip food.

Susan Yurkovich, president of the Council of Forest Industries, on the future of B.C. forestry. Lindsay Anderson and Dana VanVeller, authors of Feast: Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip.

Download APRIL 4, 2017 Future of B.C. forestry. Canadian road trip food.
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APRIL 3, 2017 Highway safety. Retirement planning.

Dr. John Carsley, a medical health officer at Vancouver Coastal Health, on highway safety. Kate Dack, founder on Retirement Coaching Canada, on planning for your retirement.

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MARCH 31, 2017 Political government ads. Medical follow-up.

Paul Doroshenko, a Vancouver lawyer, and Dermod Travis, executive director of Integrity B.C., on government ads that are deemed too political. Shannon Nolting, Dr. Michael Curry and Dr. Clare Atzema on medical test results that fall through the cracks.

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MAR. 30, 2017 Aboriginal youth services. Tenants growing marijuana.

Bernard Richard, B.C.'s representative for children and youth, and Mary Teegee, co-chair of the Delegated Aboriginal Agencies Provincial Forum, on B.C. Aboriginal youth services. Darryl Spencer, a Kamloops landlord, and David Hutniak, CEO of Landlord B.C.

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MARCH 29, 2017 Riverview and mental health. Running training.

Michael Krausz, the Leadership Chair for Addiction Research at the University of B.C., on improving mental health services in B.C.. Jerry Ziak, a running coach and owner of Forerunners on the North Shore, on how to train for a run.

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MARCH 28, 2017 Asylum seekers. Future of journalism.

Doug Cannon, a Vancouver immigration and refugee lawyer, on the increase in people seeking asylum from the United States. Frances Bula, a contributor to the Globe and Mail, Erin Millar, CEO of Discourse Media, on the future of journalism.

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