MAR. 2, 2015. Surgical wait times and sexual health...03/02/15
Health Minister Terry Lake and Fraser Institute senior economist Bacchus Barua on surgical wait times in B.C. Sexual health educator Saleema Noon and BCTF vice president Glen Hansman on teaching sex ed to kids.
FEB. 27, 2015 Debt and driver's licences. B.C. wines.
Zachary Crispin and Scott Hannah on denying driver's licences to students who default on their loans. Don Triggs and Josie Tyabji on B.C.'s wine industry.
FEB. 26, 2015 Best education for the job market. Food addiction.
Abbotsford School District superintendent Kevin Godden and UBC Arts Dean Gage Averill on what is the best kind of education to prepare students for the future job market. Dr. Vera Tarman, author of Food Junkies, on food addictions.
FEB. 25, 2015. Anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day. The science of Alzheimer's.
SFU cyberbullying expert Wanda Cassidy and Summit Middle School Principal Cindi Seddon on anti-bullying efforts in B.C. Author and former CBC host Jay Ingram on the science behind Alzheimer's.
FEB. 24, 2015 BC Ferries and government. Fertility options.
Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington and Bowen Island Coun. Alison Morse on petition to bring BC Ferries back under government control. Anthony Cheung, medical director of Grace Fertility Centre, on fertility options for women.
FEB. 23, 2015 Medical marijuana dispensaries. So-called 'monster homes'
Vancouver Coun. Kerry Jang and Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries president Jamie Shaw. West Vancouver Coun. Nora Gambioli and Vancouver architect Jennifer Marshall.
FEB. 20, 2015 Telus gets tough on home internet limits. Lunar new year.
Telus's Shawn Hall and OpenMedia.ca's David Christopher on Telus's plan to charge all home customers who go over their internet limits. Jackie Kai Ellis on blending Chinese and Western traditions for lunar new year.
FEB. 19, 2015 Abbotsford police department. Gardener Brian Minter.
Paul Doroshenko, a Vancouver criminal lawyer, on how the OPCC's misconduct allegations may affect people's trust in police and their oversight. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
FEB. 18, 2015 Residential schools' legacy. Right breed of dog for you.
Ed John, Grand Chief of the First Nation Summit, on the demolition of some residential schools. Stanley Coren, an expert in dog breed personalities, on how to find the right breed of dog for you.
FEB. 17, 2015 B.C. budget lookahead. Airbnb experiences.
Mike Klassen and Seth Klein discuss people's hopes and expectations for the B.C. budget. Lawyer Paul Mendes on people's experiences leasing and renting property through Airbnb.
FEB. 16, 2015 Yes/No debate on the transportation referendum. Cultural...
Iain Black and Richard Truscott on reasons to vote yes, or no, in the upcoming transportation referendum. Karen Dearlove, planner at Heritage B.C., and Michael Kluckner, author of "Vanishing B.C.," on culturally significant sites in our province.
FEB. 13, 2015 USDA approves Arctic apples. Best first dates ever.
Neal Carter and Fred Steele on the U.S. approval of the genetically modified, non-browning apples from B.C. Chelsea Pescitelli, creator of The Single Diary, on best first dates.
FEB 11, 2015. Teen Car Crashes. Fossil Fuel Divestment.
Michael Egilson, Chair of the B.C. Coroners' Child Death Review Unit, and Steve Wallace, driving instructor and the CEO of Wallace Driving School, on how we can reduce the number of teens being killed in car crashes. Kathryn Harrison, UBC professor of...
FEB. 12, 2015 Fifty Shades of Grey. Athletes' skirts or shorts?
Katherine Monk, a film critic based in Vancouver, on the Sechelt theatre's decision not to screen the popular film. Carrie Serwetnyk, founder of Equal Play, on female field hockey players' uniforms.
FEB. 9, 2015 Businesses and homeless people. Board games.
Judy Graves, the retired homeless advocate for the City of Vancouver, reacts to news of a Tim Hortons employee soaking a homeless man sleeping outside the franchise. Darren Bolton, owner of Strategies Games and Hobbies, suggests board games for...
FEB. 10, 2015. BC Throne Speech. Grandparents raising grandchildren.
VaughnPalmer, provincial affairs political columnist at the Vancouver Sun on BC Throne Speech & whether province should still be optimistic about LNG and Carol Ross, director of Kinship Care & Advocacy Parent Support Services Society of BC on...
FEB. 6, 2015 Doctor-assisted suicide
Grace Pastine (a lawyer with the B.C. Civil Liberties Association), Dr. Margaret Cottle (vice-president of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition) and Dr. Chris Simpson (president of the Canadian Medical Association) on the Supreme Court of Canada ruling.
FEB. 5, 2015 Should vaccination be mandatory? Gardener Brian Minter.
Dr. Matthew Stanbrook, epidemiology researcher and deputy editor of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, on whether vaccination should be mandatory for children to enter school or daycare. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
FEB. 4, 2015 Sharing the mountain trails. Crowdfunding for medical...
Cam McRae, editor of NSMB.com, on how to avoid conflicts between different trail users. Jeremy Snyder, an associate health sciences professor at Simon Fraser University, on the ethics of crowdfunding for medical treatments.
FEB. 3, 2015 Municipal politicians' pay. Children's diet and exercise.
Max Cameron, professor of political science at UBC, on how much we should pay our mayors and councillors. Dr. Nadia Khan and Jump Gymnastics' Jennifer Hood on diabetes, diet and exercise among children.
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