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03 Jul 2019 Quick Update – July 3

In this special episode the grassroots team focus on the upcoming summer months and what you can do to help make Summer 2019 a summer of action! - Colin talks about some ways to build a relationship with a local official over the summer - Levi talks BC and BBQs - Ed talks rodeos, and highlights the ARPA “Speak Up!” booklet Links mentioned in this episode: • 12 Step Plan - • 12 Step Plan Bookmark - • Speak Up! Booklet -

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27 Jun 2019 Quick Update – June 26

On this week’s Quick Updates: Tabitha and Daniel share a project that you can be a part of this summer, Ed has an update on the progress of Education changes in Alberta, and Mike and Elyse join us in offering their reflections on the life of the late Mr. Warawa...

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26 Jun 2018 Two Years Later: MAiD’s Impact on Health Care

John Carpay Feature: A judge in Medicine Hat Alberta is expected to rule this week on an application to put that province’s controversial new education legislation, Bill 24, on hold until a full hearing is conducted on whether it violates the constitutional rights of parents. On the feature this week, we speak with lawyer John Carpay, who argued the case last week.  Included in the discussion is an analysis of how the recent Trinity Western ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada might impact the arguments over Bill 24.     Janet Epp-Buckingham TWU Ruling: Trinity Western...

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19 Jun 2018 Supreme Court: TWU and Wall

On the program this week, two interviews touching on two recent Supreme Court of Canada rulings. TWU Case: The high court came down with a much-anticipated judgement last Friday, ruling against Trinity Western University’s efforts to open a law school in Langley, BC. The court found that Trinity's so-called “Community Covenant” - which governs the sexual conduct of students and faculty at the institution - discriminated against LGBTQ people. Therefore, the Court said, Law Societies in BC and Ontario were justified in denying students from that proposed law school admission to the...

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