MARCH 30, 2015 Medical tests for drivers over 80....03/30/15
CARP Canada's Bruce Bird and Young Drivers of Canada's Kurtis Strelau on mandatory tests for drivers over 80. Allergic Living's Gwen Smith and Dr. Donald Stark on seasonal allergies.
MARCH 27, 2015 Pro-D Days. Nutrition month.
Ron Burton, chair of the Burnaby School Board, on teachers’ professional development days. Registered dietitian Desiree Nielson on how to work healthier foods into your routine.
MARCH 26, 2015 B.C. treaty process. Dating services.
Chief Commissioner Sophie Pierre on the B.C. treaty process. Joan Barrett, author of Candyland SINS, on dating services.
MARCH 25, 2015 Cancer wait times. Homelessness.
Dr. Nick Foster, interim head of the B.C. Cancer Agency, on wait times for cancer treatment in B.C. Lorraine Copas, executive director of The Social Planning and Research Council of B.C., on homelessness.
MARCH 24, 2015 Expanding Canada's ISIS fight. Rural policing.
Prof. Andre Gerolymatos, an international security expert at Simon Fraser University, on the PM's pitch to expand Canada's fight against ISIS. Oliver Mayor Ron Hovanes and B.C. NDP house leader Mike Farnworth on rural policing.
MARCH 23, 2015. Retirement home fees. Electric vehicle rebates.
Rowena Rizzotti, VP of Operations with Retirement Concepts and Susan Eng, VP of Advocacy with CARP on retirement home fees. Guy Dauncey, founder of the B.C. Sustainable Energy Association, and Akash Sablok, automobile journalist on electric cars.
MARCH 20, 2015 Adult cyberbullying victims. Children and money.
Wanda Cassidy, director of SFU's Centre for Education, Law and Society, on adult victims of cyberbullying. Rob Lieber, author of The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who are Grounded, Generous and Smart About Money, on teaching kids the value of...
MARCH 19, 2015 Pick and pay TV. Gardener Brian Minter.
Brad Danks, chief operating officer of OUTtv and adjunct law professor at the University of Victoria, on the CRTC's changes to how Canadians will pay for TV. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
MARCH 18, 2015 Foreign tech workers. Aggressive youth coaches.
Bill Tam, CEO of the B.C. Technology Industry Association, on Microsoft's criticism that there aren't enough skilled Canadians. Sport psychologist Saul Miller on the line between demanding and abusive coaches.
MARCH 17, 2015 CSIS and protests. Personal genetic testing.
Andre Gerolymatos, a former member of Canada's Advisory Council on National Security, on CSIS advising the federal government on pipeline protests. Bartha Knoppers, director of the Centre of Genomics and Policy at McGill University, on 23andMe etc.
MAR. 16, 2015. Transportation plebiscite. Tick season.
Bill Tieleman and West Vancouver Mayor Michael Smith talk about the transit vote. Dr. Suann Hosie on tick season for pet owners.
MARCH 13, 2015 Canadian TV and the CRTC. Car-sharing in B.C.
Diane Wild, publisher of TV eh?, on the CRTC's changes to Canadian television. Natalie Baudoin, CEO of Modo, on car-sharing in B.C
MARCH 12, 2015 Minimum wage hike. B.C. water prices.
The B.C. Federation of Labour's Irene Lanzinger and the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses' Richard Truscott on B.C.'s minimum wage hike. UBC Okanagan professor John Janmaat on how much B.C. charges companies for access to the province's...
MARCH 11, 2015 Breastfeeding in public. Living wills.
Erica Wells, co-author of The Survival Guide for Rookie Moms, on breastfeeding etiquette. Ron Usher, Volunteer President of the Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre and Registry, on living wills.
MARCH 10, 2015 Citizens catching crimes on camera. B.C.'s ecology and...
Wade Deisman, professor of criminology at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, on the proliferation of citizens sharing images of apparent crimes online. Brothers Syd and Dick Cannings have updated and expanded their book 'British Columbia: A Natural...
MARCH 10, 2015. Airline baggage fee. Diversity in the workplace.
Dave Tikkanen, Director of the BCIT Tourism Marketing Program, on airline baggage fees creating chaos for travellers. Alden Habacon, Director of Intercultural Understanding at the University of British Columbia on improving diversity in the workplace.
MARCH 6, 2015 Why would you want to live in Prince George?
Prince George Mayor Lyn Hall, Initiatives Prince George CEO Heather Oland, Enchainement Dance Studio owner Judy Russell, hiking book author Rob Bryce, and food blogger Chris Dias on why British Columbians should live in a northern city like Prince...
MARCH 5, 2015 E-cigarette restrictions. International Women's Day.
Veda Peters, tobacco education coordinator for the B.C. Lung Association, on proposed restrictions on e-cigarettes. BMO's Joanne Gassman and Glow Leadership's Diane Taylor on International Women's Day.
MARCH 4, 2015 Recovery homes. Gardener Brian Minter.
Dr. Mark Lysyshyn, Medical Health Officer for the North Shore, on a proposed drug and alcohol recovery house. Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
Mar. 3, 2015. Left lane hogs on highways. Feral cats in Surrey.
Kurtis Strelau of Young Drivers of Canada on left lane hogs. Amy Morris and Wendy Davies with the BC SPCA on feral cats in Surrey.
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