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BC Today is where British Columbians connect on issues facing their lives and their community. Every week day at noon PT and 1pm MT, BC Today host Michelle Eliot delves into the top story for the province in a vibrant, interactive hour of conversation, in which listeners are invited to have their say on the open line and on social media.

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The last U.S. Blockbuster thrives on great customer service

The Bend, Ore., location became the last Blockbuster standing when 2 stores in Alaska closed

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Narcotic Farm

This Narcotic Farm in Kentucky played a major part in shaping the culture around mid-century heroin use in the U.S.

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Franklyn: Heartbreak in a digital world

Franklyn revokes his access to tracking his ex-wife's whereabouts through her phone. It's his last connection to her.

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JULY 20, 2018 Wildfire response and preparedness

CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe, Kelowna-Lake Country MP Stephen Fuhr, Former federal cabinet minister and Okanagan Valley resident Stockwell Day and Minister of Forests, Lands, Resource Operations and Rural Development Doug Donaldson on wildfires.

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JULY 19, 2018 Ride-hailing services.

Ian Tostenson, spokesperson, Ridesharing Now for B.C., Benn Proctor, program associate with the Canada Institute at the Wilson Center, Brian Schreiner, Enderby city councillor, and Jane Dyson, executive director of Disability Alliance BC on ride-hailing services anticipated to arrive in B.C.

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JULY 18, 2018 Access to addiction treatment and recovery

Dr. Evan Wood, director of the BC Centre on Substance Use, Marshall Smith, senior advisor, recovery initiatives at BCCSU, active drug user Karen Ward and Leslie McBain, co-founder of Moms Stop The Harm and family engagement lead at BCCSU on access to addiction treatment and recovery.

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JULY 16, 2018 Foreign diplomacy

Michael Byers, a professor of international politics at the University of British Columbia, and Paul Meyer, a Canadian diplomat (ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva) and adjunct professor of international studies at Simon Fraser University, on the role of foreign diplomacy in light of the Trump Putin summit.

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JULY 13, 2018 Fan enthusiasm for the World Cup in B.C.

Michael McColl, managing editor of the soccer website AFTN.ca, Kate Sarac, incoming president of the Okanagan Croatian Cultural Club, and Pierre Touzel, organizer of France House World Cup viewing parties with France Football Club.

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JULY 12, 2018 Prepare your plants for the heat.

Master Gardener Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden in Chilliwack and Egan Davis, the principal instructor in the Horticulture Training Program at UBC Botanical Garden.

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JULY 11, 2018 New measures to protect marine mammals.

Andrew Trites, a professor and director of UBC's Marine Mammal Research Unit, James Dale, a marine naturalist and former executive director of the Pacific Whale Watching Association, Marie Fournier, with the Cetus Research and Conservation Society, and Paul Spong, founder of the OrcaLab whale research station.

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JULY 10, 2018 How will we get around without Greyhound?

Andy Shadrack, former regional district director in rural Area D in Central Kootenay, Dylan Green, president of Tofino Bus Services, Steve Smyth, manager of Peterbildt Pacific in Terrace, and Patricia Thurston, executive director of the Shuswap Family Centre.

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JULY 9, 2018 Should BC Ferries be built in B.C.?

Adam Olsen, transportation critic for the BC Green Party and MLA for Saanich North and the Islands, and Brian Hollingshead, co-chair of Ferry Advisory Committee Chairs.

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JULY 6, 2018 Minimum working age in BC

Adrienne Montani, Harry Bains, Jack Thomas, David Brown and Irene Lanzinger talk if we should raise the minimum working age in B.C. from 12 to 16. What should that age be?

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JULY 5 2018 The impact of social media on taking risks outdoors

How do you think social media has influenced our relationship with the outdoors? Has it prompted more people to take excessive risks? Mike Danks of North Shore Rescue shares safety tips following the tragic deaths of three Shannon Falls hikers. ? @StephenHui, author of 105 hikes and Sandra Riches, executive director of Adventure Smart in BC share their thoughts.

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JULY 3 2018 Trans Mountain's Kinder Morgan expansion plans. Protests against the project.

Trans Mountain rolls out its Kinder Morgan expansion project plan while protesters dangle from the Iron Workers Memorial Project to try to block tanker traffic. David Tindall @dbtindall on the efficacy of protests and Richard Masson and @jordanbateman on the likelihood the project will be completed on time.

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JULY 3 2018 Surrey gang violence. Taxi accessibility.

Surrey Gang Violence Task Force Report. Stuart Parker, candidate for Surrey City Council and taxi accessibility for seniors and disabled patrons. Stephanie Williams, general manager at Better Environmentally Sound Transportation.

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JUNE 29, 2018 Canada Day

Before Canada Day weekend, we asked listeners what songs are on their Canada Day playlist? How do they celebrate Canada Day? What does it mean to them? Harrison Mooney, Victoria Anthony and Richard Wong talk with us on this.

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JUNE 28, 2018 Minter Gardens

Master Gardener Brian Minter is in the house to answer all your pressing lawn and garden questions.

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JUNE 27, 2018 Money Laundering

BC's Attorney General, David Eby, Lawyer Christine Duhaime and Executive Director of Integrity BC., Dermond Travis talk on the recently released report that goes into how dirty money is spread at casinos in this province.What should happen next? How can we put a stop to money laundering in this province?

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JUNE 26,2018 BC Wildfires

Julie Castonguay, Integrated investment specialist for the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development , Mitch Campsall, Mayor of 100 Mile House and Elysia Dempsey, director for emergency management, for the Canadian Red Cross, B.C. and Yukon (wildfires), talk on the current wildfire season, things to keep in mind and about the communities recovering from last year's wildfires.

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JUNE 25, 2018 Senior care in BC

Daniel Fontaine, CEO, BC Care Providers Association Jennifer Whiteside, Secretary-business manager, Hospital Employees Union Isobel Mackenzie, B.C. Seniors Advocate Elizabeth Harris, Senior Clinical director at Baptist Housing talk about seniors care in BC.

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JUNE 22, 2018 Youth and gang violence.

Sukhy Dhillon, an elementary school educator, parent consultant and activist in Surrey-Delta, Irwin Cohen, Director of the Centre for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Research at the University of the Fraser Valley.

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JUNE 21, 2018 National Indigenous Peoples Day

Tina House, Video journalist for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, James Nexw'kalus Harry, a Squamish Nation carver, Susan Tatoosh, executive director of the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Society, Chief Robert Joseph, hereditary chief of the Gwawaenuk First Nation and ambassador for Reconciliation Canada, and Melanie Mark, B.C. minister of advanced education, skills and training and MLA for Vancouver Mount Pleasant. Live from Trout Lake in Vancouver.

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JUNE 20, 2018 Senate passes marijuana bill.

Kirk Tousaw, a lawyer and advocate for cannabis policy reform, Robert Solomon, national director of legal policy for MADD Canada, Jamie Shaw, a partner at Groundwork, Lillian Szpak, a Langford city councillor, and Tony Gioventu, executive director of the Condominium Home Owners' Association of B.C., on what this means for B.C.

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JUNE 19, 2018 U.S. migrant children policy and the Safe Third Country Agreement

Zool Suleman, an immigration lawyer and policy consultant based in Vancouver, and Patricia Mahecha, executive director of the Inland Refugee Society.

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BC Today Monday, June 18

B.C.'s ongoing teacher shortage; impacts on students and teachers. Guests Glen Hansman, Rob Flemming, parent Jen Wark and Quesnel school district.

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JUNE 15, 2018. Supreme Court's TWU law school ruling.

Jessie Legaree, an Abbotsford lawyer and TWU graduate, and Michael Mulligan, a Victoria lawyer who led the charge against accrediting TWU's proposed law school, on the Supreme Court of Canada's ruling affirming the Law Society of B.C.'s power to refusing accredition to TWU's law school because of its community covenant.

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JUNE 14, 2018 Youth in care in B.C.

Bernard Richard, B.C.'s representative for children and youth, Allen Hoolaeff, a registered social worker and college instructor in mental health and addictions, and Ashley Crossan, a youth advocate and former youth in care working at AgedOut.com as the Metro Vancouver connector.

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JUNE 13, 2018 FIFA 2026 coming to Canada, but not Vancouver

Bob Mackin, publisher of TheBreaker.news, Michelle Stilwell, Opposition critic of Tourism, Culture and Arts, and Jay DeMerit, former captain of the Vancouver Whitecaps who playing in the 2010 FIFA World Cup for the United States.

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JUNE 12, 2018 North Korea and the Singapore Summit.

Brian Job, a political science professor at the University of British Columbia and senior fellow at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, Jessica Tracy, a psychology professor at UBC and author of Pride: The Secret of Success, and Ken Lee, a climate change consultant who immigrated from South Korea 40 years ago.

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JUNE 11, 2018. Canada and U.S. trade politics.

UBC economics professor Matilde Bombardini, former Canadian diplomat and NAFTA team negotiator Colin Robertson and BC Dairy Association chairman Dave Taylor on trade issues with the United States.

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JUNE 8, 2018 Music education.

Sarah McLachlan, a Grammy and Juno award-winning singer-songwriter, and Seven Taviss, a student at the Sarah McLachlan School of Music, on the difference music education makes in people's lives.

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JUNE 7, 2018 Master Gardener Brian Minter

Master Gardener Brian Minter offer gardening tips and advice.

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JUNE 6, 2018. Rental laws and regulations.

David Hutniak, CEO of LandlordBC, Doug King, executive director of Together Against Poverty Society, (TAPS), Kim Claggett, President of the Queen Charlotte Heritage Housing Society and Queen Charlotte Housing Development Society, John Dubé, Senior Manager of Settlement Programs with MOSAIC.

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JUNE 5, 2018. Is 6 months enough?

Kasari Govender, Executive Director, West Coast Legal Education and Action Fund, Lorelei Williams, who testified at the MMIWG Inquiry, and Judy Wilson, Chief of the Neskonlith Indian Band and Executive Member of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs on the 6 month extension for the MMIWG inquiry.

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JUNE 4, 2018. The question of homelessness in B.C.

Stanley Woodvine, Blogger on homelessness in Vancouver, Judy Graves, homeless advocate, Alina Turner, homeless strategy consultant, Kevin Donaghy, tent city organizer and homeless advocate.

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JUNE 1, 2018. Trade tariffs tit for tat.

Colin Robertson, former Canadian diplomat and a frequent commentator on international affairs, Andrew Wynn-Williams, Divisional Vice President for B.C., Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Carlo Dade Director of the Trade and Investment Centre, Canada West Foundation and senior fellow at the School of international development and global studies and University of Ottawa, Ken Neumann, National Director for Canada, United Steelworkers Union, and Phil Germuth, mayor, District of Kitimat.

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MAY 31, 2018. Pipeline political persuasion.

Mario Canseco, President, Research Co and Stewart Prest, Instructor in the Department of Political Science at Capilano University.

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MAY 30, 2018. Will you vote for proportional representation?

Justin McElroy, CBC Reporter covering politics based in Victoria, Maria Dobrinskaya, spokesperson for Vote PR BC, and Bill Tieleman, president of the No B.C. Proportional Representation Society, on the upcoming proportional representation referendum.

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MAY 29, 2018. Ottawa buys the Trans Mountain Pipeline.

A two-hour BC Today special. We are joined by Alberta@Noon for the first hour, and then resume the discussion on BC Today for the second hour. Duane Bratt, Political Scientist at Mount Royal University, David Moscrop, Political Scientist at Simon Fraser University, Zain Velji, political strategist with Northweather, Thomas Gunton, Director and Professor, Resource and Environmental Planning Program at Simon Fraser University, Jonathan Wilkinson, MP for North Vancouver and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Judy Wilson, Chief of the Neskonlith Indian Band, Colleen Collins, Vice President of the Canada West Foundation, and Andrew Weaver, leader of the BC Green Party.

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MAY 28, 2018. Bike to Work week.

Tom Skinner, Bike to Work Week Manager for HUB Cycling, Nathan Pachal, Langley City Councillor and writer, the South Fraser Blog, Jane Dyson, Executive Director, Disability Alliance BC, on Bike to Work Week,

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MAY 25, 2018. What's next for the #MeToo movement?

Angela Marie McDougall, executive director, Battered Women Support Society, Hena Singh, Employment and Human Rights Lawyer and workplace investigator and mediator, Jennifer Berdahl, Professor of Leadership Studies: Gender and Diversity * University of British Columbia

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MAY 24, 2018. Master gardener Brian Minter.

Master gardener Brian Minter is here to offer advice and expertise.

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MAY 23, 2018. Who will win the pipeline fight?

Nigel Bankes, law professor and chair of natural resources law at the University of Calgary, Bob Chamberlin, Vice-President of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, Laura Jones, Executive Vice-President of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.

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MAY 22, 2018 B.C. and a national pharmacare plan.

Steve Morgan, professor at UBC School of Population and Public Health, Thy Dinh, director of health economics at the Conference Board of Canada, Adrian Dix, British Columbia's health minister, and Chris MacLeod, chair of the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Treatment Society in Toronto.

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MAY 18, 2018. Flooding, camping and royals watching...What is on your mind for the Victoria Day weekend?

CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe, CBC reporters Bob Keating and Brady Strachan, and Bob Kronbauer, editor-in-chief of Vancouver is Awesome on planning your long weekend.

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MAY 17, 2018. The pipeline feud continues.

David Moscrop, SFU political scientist, Zain Velji, political strategist with Northweather, Eric Adams, University of Alberta law professor, Eugene Kung, Staff Lawyer at West Coast Environmental Law, on what the next steps are for the Kinder Morgan pipeline.

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MAY 16, 2018. Should plastic straws be banned?

Peter Ross, vice-president of research for Ocean Wise, Jennifer Provencher, post-doctoral fellow at Acadia University, and James Hicks, national coordinator of the Council of Canadians with Disabilities, on the pros and cons of banning plastic straws

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MAY 15, 2018. Restricting home sizes on agricultural land.

Mayor of Richmond Malcolm Brodie, former chair of the Agricultural Land Commission Frank Leonard, Gunraj Gill, spokesperson Farmland Owners Association, Adam Olsen, Green Party MLA for Saanich North and the party's agricultural critic, and David Connell, associate professor at the University of Northern British Columbia with a focus in agricultural land protection, on protecting B.C.'s agricultural land reserve.

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MAY 14, 2018 Flood preparation.

Flooding risks and preparation with Merritt resident Eleanor Ware, Jason Thistlethwaite, senior fellow for the Centre for International Governance Innovation and author of Buyer Beware: Evaluation Property Disclosure as a Tool to Support Flood Risk, Daylon Chmelyk, mitigation manager with property-restoration firm Stutters DKI and Kelowna resident Kris Stewart on flood preparation.

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MAY 10, 2018 Master gardener Brian Minter.

Master gardener Brian Minter offers advice and gardening expertise.

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MAY 9, 2018. One year after the election.

Finance Minister Carole James, Liberal MLA for Peace River South Mike Bernier, and deputy Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau, University of the Fraser Valley political science professor Hamish Telford, Shachi Kurl, executive director of the Angus Reid Institute.

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MAY 8, 2018 Adapting to weather events and climate change.

CBC reporter Tina Lovgreen, Deborah Harford, executive director of the Adaptation to Climate Change Team at Simon Fraser University and member of the Environment and Climate Change Canada Expert Panel on Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Results, and Matt Horne, climate policy manager at the City of Vancouver on adapting to weather events and the impacts of climate change.

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MAY 7, 2018. Housing affordability measures: Helping or hurting?

Andy Yan, director of Simon Fraser University's City program, Cathleen Soucie, a Realtor in Fort Nelson, and Jon Stovell, chair of the Urban Development Institute.

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MAY 04, 2018. Flooding. Camping reservations.

CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe and Chris Duffy, executive director for Emergency Management B.C., on flooding predictions and preparation. Sam Waddington, owner of Mt. Waddington Outdoors, on camping reservations and tips for successful camping this summer.

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MAY 3, 2018. Nurses and PTSD treatment access.

Christine Sorensen, president of the B.C. Nurses Union, Tania Dick, president of the Association of Registered Nurses of B.C., Bernie Pauly, nursing professor at University of Victoria and scientist with the Canadian Institute for Substance Abuse Research, and Elizabeth Saewyc, director of UBC School of Nursing on access to PTSD support for nurses.

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MAY 2, 2018. CCTV and privacy. The power of kindness.

B.C. Civil Liberties policy director Micheal Vonn and Vancouver city councillor George Affleck on camera surveillance and personal privacy. Dr. Brian Goldman on the power and importance of kindness.

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MAY 1, 2018. Proposed school tax. Vancouver Folk Music Festival.

Rhys Kesselman, professor emeritus at SFU School of Public Policy and First Shaughnessy homeowner Jonathan Rubenstein on the proposed provincial school tax. Debbi Salmonsen, artistic director of the Vancouver Folk Music Festival and Gary Cristall, festival co-founder, on festival memories and this year's shows.

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APR. 30, 2018 Gas prices and pipelines. B.C. tech industry.

Anthony Perl, an urban studies and political science at Simon Fraser University, and Michael Ervin, senior vice-president of the Kent Group petroleum consulting company, on gas prices and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Zahra Premji, a CBC reporter, Bruce Ralston, B.C.'s minister of jobs, trade and technology, and James Raymond, manager of research and analysis for the Vancouver Economic Commission, on B.C.'s tech industry.

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APRIL 27, 2018. Korean peace declaration. One-on-one counselling and therapist-client relationships.

Jack Cha, former chair C3 Korean Canadian Society and Donald Baker, director of the UBC Centre for Korean Research, on North and South Korean relations and pending peace. CBC producer Jodie Martinson, and registered clinical counsellor Hillary McBride on mental health, seeking help, and revealing one-on-one counselling sessions in the new CBC podcast, Other People's Problems.

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APRIL 26, 2018. Kinder Morgan pipeline reference case. Master gardener Brian Minter.

Kathryn Harrison, UBC political science professor, Kenneth Green, senior director of the Centre for Natural Resource Studies at the Fraser Institute, and Bruce Hollebone, chemist with Environment and Climate Change Canada on the Kinder Morgan pipeline reference case. Master gardener Brian Minter.

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APRIL 25, 2018. Gas prices. Living wages.

CBC story producer Rohit Joseph and Dan McTeague, senior petroleum analyst at Gas Buddy, on gas prices. Deanna Ogle, campaign organizer with Living Wage for Families and Val Litwin, CEO of the B.C. Chamber of Commerce, on living wages.

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APRIL 24, 2018 Social media and tragic events. What is 'good parenting?'

Alfred Hermida, director UBC Graduate School of Journalism and psychologist Vanessa Lapointe on social media and tragic events. Julie Romanowski, parenting coach and consultant, on striking a balance between safety and freedom with your kids.

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APRIL 23, 2018. Sexual orientation and gender identity in schools. The politics of apologies.

B.C. SOGI 1-2-3 Education Lead Matt Carruthers, Langley parent Brent Larsen, and Stacey Wakelin from B.C. Families for Inclusivity, on sexual orientation and gender identity in schools. UBC history professor Henry Yu and Kwagiulth artist and Witness Blanket project founder Carey Newman on the politics of apologies.

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