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Prof. Joe Schwarcz says scientific studies should be registered before they begin. (YouTube)
American Dave Hill talks about his travels across Canada
Prof. Patricia Wood discusses the tactics of climate activists with Extinction Rebellion.
The Link: this week talks about the Canadian election leader's debate, a new much simpler, faster early detection method for Alzheimers, and a long time Canadian TV show that makes fun of politicians, and they like it.
The Link: this week talks about the Canadian election leader's debate, a new much simpler, faster early detection method for Alzheimers, and a long time Canadian TV show that makes fun of politicians, and they like it.
Jeff Wells of the Audubon Society talks about the new study showing severe risks to most of the contintent's birds from warming and climate change.
Jeff Wells of the Audubon Society talks about the new study showing severe risks to most of the contintent's birds from warming and climate change.
Corinne Pohlmann outlines growing cybersecurity threats to small and medium sized businesses in Canada. (Canadian Federation of Independent Business)
Teresa Di Felice says there are serious concerns about road safety now that the recreational use of cannabis is legal in Canada.
Humorist Mark Critch is host of 22 Minutes. long time hit comedy TV show. He talks about making fun of politics and politicians as Canada heads toward a national election.
C Kwan of the Toronto Association for Democracy in China gives his opinion on the demonstrations and situation in Hong Kong
Dr. Sharon Cohen explains how the RetiSpec technology works and why it is so important. (Stephanie Cohen)
University of Alberta professor speaks about "last chance" tourism and how it could be used to educate about the serious effects of climate change
University of Alberta professor speaks about "last chance" tourism and how it could be used to educate about the serious effects of climate change
Candice McAlister talks about her brother’s diagnosis and how it affected her and her family. (CNW Group/Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences)
The LINK- Lynn and Marc present stories on Canada's elections, related to foreign policy, getting out the vote, and then a discussion about fighting in hockey
The Canadian Cancer Society's Rob Cunningham calls for more research and more restrictions on vaping products.
Angie Coulter, lead author, explains findings of a worrisome study into global tuna fishery and bycatch
Dr. Kathleen Ross is concerned that foreign nationals giving birth in Canada are straining the health care system.
Dr. Joshua Tepper explains why this study suggests it’s okay to eat moderate amounts of red meat.
Dr. Joshua Tepper explains why this study suggests it’s okay to eat moderate amounts of red meat.
Author and sports columnist Jeremy Allingham talks about the cost to players lives from fighting in hockey
Author and sports columnist Jeremy Allingham talks about the cost to players lives from fighting in hockey
Duff Conacher talks about the national campaign to get more people, especially the young to vote.
Duff Conacher talks about the national campaign to get more people, especially the young to vote.
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