JULY 3, 2015 Expanding drought conditions. Summer...07/03/15
B.C. water stewardship manager Valerie Cameron and UVic Prof. Deborah Curran on how we should respond to drought conditions in B.C. Book Warehouse assistant manager Samantha Frankel and Kidsbooks co-owner Phyllis Simon on summer reading...
JULY 2, 2015 Metro Vancouver’s transportation plan. Early...
UBC PhD candidate David Moscrop and Maple Ridge Mayor Nicole Read on Metro Vancouver voters' rejection of the region's transit and transportation plan. Vancouver Sun writer Randy Shore on how to handle the early growing season.
JUNE 30, 2015 CMA's assisted dying guidelines. Camping...
The Canadian Medical Association's Dr. Jeff Blackmer and Dying with Dignity Canada's Wanda Morris on the CMA's proposed guidelines on assisted dying. Jack Christie and Rob Seaton on camping with technology.
JUNE 29, 2015 Seniors in debt. Sport fishing and the heat...
Scott Hannah, CEO of the Credit Counselling Society, on seniors in debt and declaring bankruptcy. Scott Hinch and Pat George on whether sport fishing should banned this summer because of the heat wave.
JUNE 26, 2015 Tsilhqot'in court ruling 1 year later. Craft...
Chief Joe Alphonse, Tribal Chairman of the Tsilhqot'in National Government, on the implications of the Supreme Court of Canada ruling confirming the Tsilhqot'in Nation's aboriginal title. Joe Wiebe and Michael Kaisaris on craft beer and barbecue.
JUNE 24, 2015 Regulating medical marijuana dispensaries....
Canadian Association of Medical Cannabis Dispensaries' Dana Larsen and Coun. Melissa De Genova on Vancouver's approach to regulating medical marijuana dispensaries. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
JUNE 24, 2015 $15 minimum wage for B.C.? Dating for the...
Irene Lanzinger and Richard Truscott on whether B.C. should increase its minimum wage to $15 an hour, like Alberta plans to do by 2018. Jennifer Cairns and Valerie Gibson on dating for those aged 50 and over.
JUNE 23, 2015 Prescription drug abuse. Cancer Society...
Natalie Clancy, Dr. Siavash Jafari and Dr. Heidi Oetter on prescription drug abuse. Dr. Sandra Krueckl on the Canadian Cancer Society's first-ever federal election position paper.
June 22. 2015 Red Chris Mine. Women's Soccer
Energy and Mines Minster Bill Bennett addresses mining safety concerns after approving Red Chris Mine operated by Imperial Metals. B.C. women's soccer pioneers Anne Russell and Carrie Serwetnyk on what Team Canada's win at the FIFA Women's World Cup.
JUNE 18, 2015 Personal online photos. Volunteering.
Blogger Tara McCallan and lawyer Greg McMullen on your rights when you post personal photos online. Carol Neuman with Vantage Point (formerly Volunteer Vancouver) on volunteering.
JUNE 19, 2015 Public inquiry into government firings?...
Terry Lake, Vaughn Palmer, John Horgan on calls for a public inquiry into the firing of B.C. health ministry researchers. Blogger Chris Read on the joys and challenges of fatherhood.
JUNE 17, 2015 Tom Lawson’s comments about sex harassment....
UBC Prof. Jennifer Berdahl on Gen. Tom Lawson's controversial comments about sexual harassment. Centre for Science in the Public Interest’s Bill Jeffery on whether the U.S. FDA's ban on trans fats in three years.
JUNE 16, 2015 Replacing first-past-the-post? Home...
Joyce Murray, Antony Hodgson, David Schreck on Justin Trudeau's promise to replace the first-past-the-post electoral system. Karen Gledhill on the pros and cons of homeschooling.
JUNE 15, 2015 Aboriginal place names. Financial elder...
Murry Krause, Khelsilem Rivers and Andrew Scott on aboriginal place names in B.C. Lee-Anne Davies and Akash Sablok on the financial abuse of senior citizens.
JUNE 12, 2015 Om The Bridge. Bad dog behaviour.
Ian Capstick, managing partner at MediaStyle, on Om The Bridge. Saro Boghozian, author of A Dog's Five Essential Needs, on bad dog behaviour.
JUNE 11, 2015 Edible marijuana. Gardener Brian Minter.
McGill Prof. Dr. Mark Ware and UBC PhD candidate Rielle Capler on the legalization of edible medical marijuana. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
JUNE 10, 2015 Om The Bridge. Grieving.
Yyoga founder Terry McBride, journalist Bob Mackin and National Aboriginal Day organizer Kat Norris on Om The Bridge. Chris Newell, a bereavement worker with the Lower Mainland Grief Recovery Society, on how to cope with the loss of a loved one.
Yoga on Burrard Bridge
Reaction to B.C. Premier Christy Clark's decision to shut down the Burrard Bridge on June 21st for International Yoga Day.
JUNE 9, 2015 Hot, dry weather. Risky, outdoor play.
CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe talks about the weather and water conservation. Jump Gymnastics' Jennifer Hood and UBC's Marianna Brusonni on the importance of children taking risks when they play outdoors.
JUNE 8, 2015. Fossil fuel free by 2100. Spanking children.
UBC political science professor Kathryn Harrison and BC Green MLA Andrew Weaver on Canada's G7 promise to eliminate fossil fuels by 2100. Dawn Black, former MP and New Westminster MLA, and Mark Penninga on the legality and ethics of spanking.
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