Episode 60: Brenda Morrison
Description: Dr. Brenda Morrison is the Director of the Centre for Restorative Justice at Simon Fraser University. She points out the values and pay-offs in this approach to law and order – an approach that is both ancient and very modern and progressive.
Recorded: September 17, 2012
Episode 61: Maureen Webb
Description: Casting agent Maureen Webb, along with her sister, Donalda Weaver, has opened East of Main cafe and restaurant and Project Limelight. Both the cafe and the Project are about engaging young people in the Strathcona neighbourhood in the demanding and confidence-building work of theatre. A beautiful project, beautifully done.
Recorded: September 24, 2012
Episode 62: David Moscrop
Description: UBC political science instructor, David Moscrop wants more men to subscribe in every possible way to the ideas and ideals of feminism.
Recorded: October 1, 2012
Episode 63: Maureen McGrath
Description: Maureen McGrath, RN is the Host of the the Sunday Night Sex Show on CKNW 980 AM in Vancouver. Moving from the tragic story of the suicide of young Amanda Todd, McGrath focuses on the workplace and office bully – who he is, how he operates, what he wants,and, most importantly, how victims can protect themselves and stop this kind of pernicious abuse.
Recorded: Oct.22, 2012
Episode 64: Gavin Walker
Description: Alto sax player, jazz historian and broadcaster, Gavin Walker, tackled the thorny subject of Race in America as we see it through the history of America’s great musical contribution – Jazz. Listen to Gavin every Monday night at 9 pm on CITR radio , 101.9 FM
Recorded: October 29, 2012
Episode 65: Rob Fleming
Description: Victoria NDP MLA and Environment Critic ROB FLEMING tackles the ENBRIDGE debate: Can crude oil be safely transported across pristine northern BC lakes and rivers and then safely shipped along our Pacific western shores to Chinese markets?
Recorded: November 5, 2012
Episode 66: Bob Jackson
Description:The Federal Government has announced that it will close the Kitsilano Coast Guard Station, here in Vancouver, Canada’s busiest port. Bob Jackson, Executive Vice-President of the Public Service Alliance B.C. reflects on the destructiveness and blindness of this decision and on the political actions that are being mounted to contest it.
Recorded: November 19, 2012
Episode 67: Kelly Lerigny
Description: Kelly Lerigny is the Chair of the Real Estate Foundation of B.C. The Foundation has given out more than $60 Million since 1988 in grants to organizations that encourage wise and sustainable land use.
Recorded: November 26, 2012
Episode 68: Dr. Brian Day
Description: Dr. Brian Day, of the Cambie Surgery Centre and former head of the Canadian Medical Association, continues his battle, in and out of court, to legitimize private health care services in Canada. In this interview he focuses on the dreadful story of a young man who is now paralized because of delayed surgery, and on his lawsuit scheduled for the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Recorded: Monday, December 3, 2012
Episode 69: Candace Plattor
Description: WHY SO SAD, BRAD? Registered Clinical Counsellor & author of the award-winning “Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself,” Candace Plattor discusses why the festive season is so difficult for so many people and how to beat the Christmas Blues.
Recorded: December 17, 2012