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Tuesday August 5, 2014

On Tuesday's show,

  • The province has added three fish species to the threatened list, we talk to the senior fish scientist for the province, Michael Sullivan, about the closing of Alberta's commercial fisheries.
  • World Vision is running its Alberta Campaign for Children through to the end of September. We talk to retired Olympic curler, Calgary's Cheryl Bernard, she has been busy as an ambassodor for the organization.L
  • Linda Whitworth is co-author with Pat Inglis of Go Barley, Modern Recipes for an Ancient Grain.
  • UBC Assistant Professor Mariana Brussoni specializes in injury prevention, she takes calls from listeners about playgrounds and playground equipment.
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