Kelly and Ramya
We have story time with Vet, Danielle Jongkind. She tells us about some animal tales that are extremely funny, quirky and heartwarming (7:26). Nutritionist, Julia Karantjas joins us to talk about how
Nutritionist, Julia Karantjas joins us to talk about how we can make our soups and stews hardy and healthy.
This month on our Book Club we review, Ishmael: A novel By Daniel Quinn with recommender, Aamer Khan.
On our Woodworking segment with Jeff Thompson, we talk about tips for organization and jigs for repetitive actions.
Theres a space camp for visually impaired students taking place in early October. Community Reporter, Toni Freimark gives us the details.
We speak with Brenda Gunn, Academic and Research Director with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation that honours the victims of Canada
We have story time with Vet, Danielle Jongkind. She tells us about some animal tales that are extremely funny, quirky and heartwarming.
Amazon had an event last week, what did they announce? Michael Babcock lets us know. How can you advocate for yourself at the doctors office? Grant Hardy explains on his Headlines segment. Season 4 o
Today is Yom Kippur. The Day of Atonement is considered the most solemn day of the Jewish liturgical calendar. We learn more about it with Danielle McLaughlin.
On our Independent Living Skills segment, Leanne Baarda gets into kitchen cleaning techniques to keep your home spotless.