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'It felt like home': Sister hears her brother's heartbeat two years after his death

ust a few hours into their first face-to-face meeting, Robert Buttle opened his shirt, and Jodi Loder put her ear to his chest. It was her first time hearing her brother's heartbeat since he died by suicide in July 2016.

Hoop Dreams: Meet Elijah Fisher, Canada's 13-year-old basketball phenomenon

What are the goals of the best 13-year-old basketball player in North America? Attend college, go to the NBA, make millions of dollars, and buy a massive mansion for his entire family.

'It felt like home': Sister hears her brother's heartbeat two years after his death

Just a few hours into their first face-to-face meeting, Robert Buttle opened his shirt, and Jodi Loder put her ear to his chest. It was her first time hearing her brother's heartbeat since he died by suicide in July 2016.

8 years in limbo, Winnipeg family waits for a kidney

Blair Waldvogel has been on dialysis and waiting for a kidney transplant for more than eight years. Find out how it's affected his whole family, and what they dream of doing once he finally get the call they've all been waiting for.

Let's talk about organ donation

On this Now or Never, we take you into the lives of people who are directly impacted by the fact that Canada has one of the lowest organ donation rates in the world.

Care to donate? How to become an organ donor

After hearing first hand stories on Now or Never, we hope that more people will think about registering to be a donor or giving blood.

British Columbia family left in limbo after death of young farmer

Chase Davison was a fifth generation farmer running his family's dairy operation in Maple Ridge, B.C. He dreamed of expanding the farm. But that dream was one reason he was on the Trans-Canada Highway when he was in a collision, leaving his family unsure of the future.

After his father's death, a son returns to run the family camp

Mitchell Gusdal always knew he'd be back at camp, but it wasn't supposed to happen like this.

British Columbia family left in limbo after death of young farmer

Chase Davison was a fifth generation farmer running his family's dairy operation in Maple Ridge, B.C. He dreamed of expanding the farm. But that dream was one reason he was on the Trans-Canada Highway when he was in a collision, leaving his family unsure of the future.

Save this small town Saskatchewan care home!

The Bellevue Care Home has great food, rollicking bingo nights, and a tight-knit community of friendly senior citizens. But like many small town care homes across Canada, it's struggling to find enough people to live there.

Small towns, big Now or Never moments

From tight-knit farming families, to racial tensions and LGBT experiences - we're hitting the road and visiting small town people at meaningful moments.

What would you fight to hang on to?

Today on Now or Never, we're jumping in with people who've gone above and beyond to save what matters most to them.

After his father's death, a son returns to run the family camp

Mitchell Gusdal always knew he'd be back at camp, but it wasn't supposed to happen like this.

How a neighbour spread her mentor's beloved garden across a city

Minnie Schentag's garden was a labour of love for 45 years. When the 93-year-old had to move out of her home, the new owners planned an addition that would destroy the garden. But Schentag's former neighbour, Gail Howell, didn't want that to that happen.

Cambodian-Canadian rapper shares unreleased lyrics inspired by his family's hardships

Jeah, the hip-hop artist from Saskatoon, is trying to figure out how to best honour his family's hardships.

How one young mom got help going back to work

A young mom dreaded going back to work after having a baby, so Now or Never created a survival kit and listeners pitched in with advice.

You've got this!

You know those days when you're feeling a unsure, insecure, or overwhelmed? Now or Never is starting a "You've Got This!" movement, by jumping in with different Canadians who are facing a big change and surprising them with an unexpected boost.

How turning 50 inspired me to learn 50 new things

When Charmian Bland turned 50, she decided to make sure she had a year full of new experiences. 'I may not have celebrated my expected milestones of being married, owning a house and being a parent, but I'm still living a rich life,' she says.

How turning 50 inspired me to learn 50 new things

When Charmian Bland turned 50, she decided to make sure she had a year full of new experiences. "I may not have celebrated my expected milestones of being married, owning a house and being a parent, but I'm still living a rich life," she says.

What do you need to learn right now?

On this Now or Never, we break out of the classroom and into the world with people who learning something new

She disappeared on a family camping trip. 52 years later, her sister is still looking

Diane Prévost was just two years old when she disappeared from Grundy Lake Provincial Park, Ont. A half-century later, her sister Lise Nastuk is fighting harder than ever to bring her home.

Just do the thing! Six years later, I finally taught kids to make comics

Ben Shannon and Steve Manale finally fulfilled the requirement of their Ontario Arts Council grant by teaching a hands-on workshop for young people exploring the art of making and writing comics.

Taking care of unfinished business

Today on Now or Never, meet people who are dealing with things in their lives that are weighing them down - and trying to finish what they started.

Just do the thing! Six years later, I finally taught kids to make comics

Ben Shannon and Steve Manale finally fulfilled the requirement of their Ontario Arts Council grant by teaching a hands-on workshop for young people exploring the art of making and writing comics.

She disappeared on a family camping trip. 52 years later, her sister is still looking

Diane Prévost was just two years old when she disappeared from Grundy Lake Provincial Park, Ont. A half-century later, her sister, Lise Nastuk, is fighting harder than ever to bring her home.