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  • 18:28
    It's an obligation that many parents take on without even thinking about it too much. Being there for the sporting life of their kids. To cheer them on, to console them when they falter, to be their transportation, all of it despite the cost to other aspects of family life. Is it worth it?That's what Angie Abdou asks herself in a new memoir, "Home Ice: Reflections of a Reluctant Hockey Mom." It's a unflinching and revealing account of the toll sports (especially hockey) can take on family dynamics and fortunes. Should sports change? Or should our expectations?Angie Abdou sat down with Russell Bowers to discuss that and more.
    Sep 23, 2018
  • 11:23
    How to stay fit this season with CBC Life senior producer Jamey Ordolis.
    Sep 22, 2018
  • 09:24
    It may not seem like an obvious place to start but for one Calgary non-profit, a DIY cellphone charger could lead to sustainable change in the world. And for they group, Light Up The World, they want to showcase that idea at Beakerhead.For nearly a decade, the Beakerhead science festival has been bringing people together at the crossroads of art, science and engineering. The five day spectacle wraps up this weekend with engineered installations and artworks. Nearly 150,000 people will be part of the event in 2018. Beakerhead celebrates tech and art, but sometimes those things can be very simple, like building your own cellphone charger.Christolph Schultz is the Executive Director of Light Up The World (LUTW), a Calgary based non-profit focused on providing access to energy to communities around the world, and he is leading the DIY cellphone charger event.The group provides education, work opportunities, and training to help communities have a more sustainable future. Christoplh Schultz dropped into the Daybreak studio to chart with Russell Bowers.
    Sep 22, 2018
  • 50:44
    For many, September is a time to focus on learning - to hit the books, learn new skills, and soak up some knowledge. On this Now or Never, we break out of the classroom and into the world with people who are learning something new right now. The friends of a soon-to-be 18-year-old get a crash-course in choreographed dance for her Filipino 'debut'. Charmian Bland of Vancouver celebrates turning 50 by learning how to skydive and rope climb, just two of the growing list of things she wants to do this year.Ryan Straschnitzki, one of the survivors of the Humboldt bus crash, has spent the past six months re-learning how to live everyday life. Now, he's learning to get back on the ice as a sledge hockey player. In order to have a deeper relationship with her future mother-in-law, Erica Caputi of Toronto is learning how to speak Vietnamese. And it's not easy!Alyssa Gagnon goes to Banff to learn the traditional art of moose hide tanning so she can teach it to the next generation.
    Sep 22, 2018
  • 07:47
    Yavus Yildiz and his family made an epic road trip to Bonavista this summer. We found out how it helped them win a car and crown Bonavista as Canada's Most Road-Trippable Town.
    Sep 21, 2018
  • 44:17
    Information Morning is on the road. The show comes to you from Sandy Cove on the Digby Neck. Portia Clark returns to where she grew up.
    Sep 21, 2018
  • 21:42
    Information Morning is on the road. The show comes to you from Sandy Cove on the Digby Neck. Portia Clark returns to where she grew up.
    Sep 21, 2018
  • 42:52
    Information Morning is on the road. The show comes to you from Sandy Cove on the Digby Neck. Portia Clark returns to where she grew up.
    Sep 21, 2018
  • 10:50
    A labour of love. A couple in Tiddville have opened a seniors home, to give room and board to people who would otherwise be all alone.
    Sep 21, 2018
  • 10:49
    Tina Adams suffered a cracked skull, fractured spine, and a brain injury after she was hit by a driver while jogging in Hudson several years ago. Now, she's working out at Crossfit De La Cité, advocating for pedestrian safety, and speaking out about impaired driving.
    Sep 21, 2018
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