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Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.

Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.

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Canada

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Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.

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@AMIaudio

Language:

English

Contact:

1 800 567 6755


Episodes

The Including All Citizens Program

2/25/2021
Sylvi Fekete discusses the recent graduates of the Including All-Citizens Program at the Kwantlen Polytechnic University. She also tells us how the UBC Okanagan using therapy dogs to help build social skills in children. From the February 25, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:09:00

Black history and disability

2/25/2021
In our accessibility story roundup, we learn about some notable Black leaders with disabilities in history. From the February 25, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:01:59

Belkin's new 3-in-1 charger

2/25/2021
Steven Scott of Double Tap Canada describes his experience with Belkin’s new 3-in-1 Wireless Charger. From the February 25, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:57

Community report - Becki Zerr - Regina, SK

2/25/2021
Becki Zerr joins us to tell us about a new guide dog handler’s group in Regina, Saskatchewan. She also talks about how people with guide dogs are now able to access an exclusive dog park in the city. From the February 25, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:21

Clean power for Seville Water Plant

2/25/2021
Producer Dawn Dickinson previews The Guardian This Week with an article about how the Seville Water Plant in Spain is working toward clean power using leftover oranges. She also explains why the remains of Sussex nun Cornelia Connelly are being relocated to Philadelphia to improve her chances of sainthood. From the February 25, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:30

Rohingya minority in Myanmar

2/25/2021
Human rights advocate Fareed Khan discusses the Myanmar protests and its effect on the Rohingya minority. From the February 25, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:12:55

Full Show - Episode 258

2/25/2021
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, human rights advocate Fareed Khan discusses the Myanmar protests and its effect on the Rohingya minority. Producer Dawn Dickinson previews The Guardian This Week with an article about a water plant in Spain that is working toward clean power using leftover oranges. Community reporter Becki Zerr tells us about a new guide dog handler’s group in Regina, Saskatchewan. Steven Scott of Double Tap Canada describes his experience with Belkin’s new 3-in-1 Wireless...

Duration:01:44:08

Black Canadian 365

2/24/2021
Rapper and motivational speaker Duane Gibson describes Black Canadian 365, his online initiative documenting Canadian Black History. From the February 24, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:09:14

Biden and Trudeau

2/24/2021
Veteran political correspondent Craig Oliver discusses the U.S. President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's first official bilateral meeting. From the February 24, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:15:52

Facebook ends Australia news blackout

2/24/2021
Mike Agerbo of the App Show updates us on the latest news regarding Facebook's news blackout in Australia. He also tells us about how graphics card-maker Nvidia will reduce the efficiency of its latest card by 50%. From the February 24, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:00

Community report - Dorothy Macnaughton - Sault Ste Marie

2/24/2021
Dorothy Macnaughton tells us about the skiing opportunities available at the Hiawatha Highlands in Sault Sainte Marie. She also shares some details on the upcoming Northern Ontario and Rural GTT s3ession that focuses on the Amazon Firestick. From the February 24, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:52

Scent preservation kits

2/24/2021
Jessica Tuomela, a Paralympic triathlete from Victoria, BC tells us about a new scent preservation kit designed for animals to re-unite family members who have wandered off. From the February 24, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:09:42

Full Show - Episode 257

2/24/2021
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, we learn about a new scent preservation kit designed for animals to re-unite family members who have wandered off. Community reporter Dorothy Macnaughton tells us about the skiing opportunities available at the Hiawatha Highlands in Sault Sainte Marie. Mike Agerbo of the App Show shares an update on Facebook's blackout with news in Australia. Veteran political correspondent Craig Oliver discusses the latest news in Canada and American politics. And, rapper and...

Duration:01:44:07

Weekly News Quiz – February 23, 2021

2/23/2021
Contestants Karen Magee, Mark Phoenix and host Dave Brown compete against each other in this week’s new quiz! From the February 23, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:55

Action Audio

2/23/2021
Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech describes Action Audio, an audio system that translates live tennis into spatial sound effects for users who are blind and partially sighted. From the February 23, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:10:26

Community report - Louise Levesque-Burly - Moncton, MB

2/23/2021
Louise Levesque-Burley tells us about the various activities offered at Jardin Botanique in Edmundston, New Brunswick. She also tells us about the Blindfold Games Launcher app for iOS. From the February 23, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:10:03

Accessible housing issues

2/23/2021
In our accessibility story roundup, we talk about Surrey South MLA Stephanie Cadieux and her recent call out on the development industry for not doing enough to address housing accessibility issues. From the February 23, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:03:03

CNIB Young Leaders Program

2/23/2021
Kara Aramini from the CNIB Foundation tells us about their youth leadership program that takes a focus on fundraising. We also hear from young leader Alicia Chenier about her project's campaign. From the February 23, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:49

Full Show - Episode 256

2/23/2021
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, we learn about the CNIB Foundation’s Young Leaders Program in Edmonton, Alberta. Community reporter Louise Levesque-Burley tells us about the various activities offered at Jardin Botanique in Edmundston, New Brunswick. Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech describes Action Audio, an audio system that translates live tennis into spatial sound effects for users who are blind and partially sighted. And, contestants Karen Magee, Mark Phoenix and host Dave Brown compete...

Duration:01:44:01

Canada research chair

2/22/2021
Jim Krysko shares his Western Regional Report. He tells us about how University of Alberta professor Joanne Weber becomes Canada’s first research chair in Deaf education. We also chat about a family in southern Alberta that started the ‘New Hope at Park Lake’ GoFundMe campaign. It came together after the family encountered another obstacle to build a place to help employ people with disabilities. From the February 22, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:09:13