JAN. 30, 2015 Mount Polley mine report. Super Bowl...01/30/15
Bill Bennett, B.C.'s mines minister, on the engineering report into the Mount Polley mine disaster. Nicolas Hipperson, owner of Farm 2 Fork private dining, on creative Super Bowl snacks.
JAN. 29, 2015 Low loonie and travel plans. Talking to children about...
Dave Tikkanen, director of BCIT's Tourism Marketing Program, on how the dollar affects people's travel plans. Desiree Desjardins and Sgt. Lindsey Houghton on how to talk to young people about gangs.
JAN. 28, 2015 Dog walker's sentence. Surrogate mothers.
Marcie Moriarty, Chief Prevention and Enforcement Officer with the SPCA, on Emma Paulsen's six-month sentence. Sara Cohen, surrogacy lawyer with Fertility Law Canada, on finding and being a surrogate mother.
JAN. 27, 2015 Eating disorders. Tiny homes.
Dr. Julia Raudzus, founder of the Looking Glass Foundation, on resources for people with eating disorders. Jake Fry, a director of Small Housing B.C., on living in smaller homes.
JAN. 26, 2015 Bridge tolls. Mental Health of caregivers.
Gordan Price discusses the pros and cons of bridge tolls. Jonny Morris, director of public policy, research, & provincial programs at the Canadian Mental Health Association, and Elliot Goldner, a professor with the Centre for Applied Research and...
JAN. 23, 2015 Camping fees to rise. Learning to code.
Jack Christie, outdoors columnist with the Georgia Straight, on the cost of camping overnight in provincial parks. Lighthouse Labs' Jeremy Shaki and the First Nations Technology Council's Lauren Kelly on learning to code.
JAN. 22, 2015 Hunting permits. Gardener Brian Minter.
B.C. Wildlife Federation's Jim Glaicar and Guide Outfitters Association of B.C.'s Scott Ellis on how permits are allocated between resident and foreign hunters. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
JAN. 21, 2015 Bank of Canada rate cut. Can viral videos be newsworthy?
Helmut Pastrick, chief economist for Central 1 Credit Union, on the rate cut impact on British Columbians. Ross Howard and Alfred Hermida on when viral videos should make the news.
JAN. 20, 2015 Unruly hockey parents. Errors at the pharmacy.
Barry Petrachenko, executive director of B.C. Hockey, on angry parents who yell at minor hockey referees. Neil J. MacKinnon, past president of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists, on mistakes made with prescriptions.
JAN. 19, 2015 Prison Reform. Online swatting.
Julia Payson, Executive Director of the John Howard Society of British Columbia, wants reform of solitary cofinement in prison. Cyber security expert Tom Keenan explains how people can protect themselves from identity theft online and doxxing.
JAN. 16, 2015 Wolf cull. Oscar-nominated movies.
Ian McAllister, executive director of Pacific Wild, on B.C.'s plan to save the threatened caribou. Janet Smith, arts editor for the Georgia Straight, on the best films of the past year.
JAN. 14, 2015 Demand for midwives. Running season.
Joanna Nemrava, past president of the Canadian Association of Midwives, on the demand for midwives in B.C. Jerry Kiak, co-owner of Forerunners, on how to stay motivated and improve your performance.
JAN. 15, 2015 Target stores closing. Immigrants with medical conditions.
David Hull, executive director of the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce, on the impact of Target leaving Canada. Zool Suleman, a Vancouver immigration lawyer, on people denied entry because they would be considered a burden on Canadian society.
JAN. 13, 2015 Restrictions on dogs. Future of newspapers.
Amy Morris, policy and outreach officer for the B.C. SPCA, on tethering dogs and dogs on buses. Marc Edge, author of Greatly Exaggerated, says newspapers will be with us for a long time.
JAN. 12, 2015. Rental Scams. Job satisfaction.
Tom Durning, spokesperson for the Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre explains how tenants can protect themselves from rental scams. Sandra Miles, president and CEO of Miles Employment Group, and psychologist Joti Samra discuss what makes the perfect...
JAN. 9, 2015 Parents' responsibility for their children's actions....
Marko Vesely, a lawyer with Lawson Lundell, on parents' legal responsibility for their children's actions. Marnie Kurylo, a professional organizer with Savvy Space Solutions, on decluttering your home.
JAN. 8, 2015 Condo neighbour complaints. Gardener Brian Minter.
Paul Mendes, a Vancouver strata lawyer, on how to resolve complaints with your neighbours. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
JAN. 7, 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting. Screen addiction.
Tom Henheffer, executive director of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, reacts to the Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris. Benjamin Wong, a clinical counsellor with Richmond Addiction Services, on screen addiction.
JAN. 6, 2015 Getting lost in the B.C. wild. Family doctor shortage.
Mike Nash, author of Outdoor Safety & Survival, on how to avoid getting lost in the wilderness. Dr. David Snadden, executive associate dean of education at UBC's Faculty of Medicine, on the shortage of family doctors in B.C.
JAN. 5, 2015 B.C. storm. New Year's resolutions.
Johanna Wagstaffe, meteorologist for CBC News, on the wind, rain and snow hitting the province now. Kathi Cameron, Ashley Charlebois and Miranda Esmonde-White on how to live healthier.
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