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1256 episodes

Budgeting and tips for saving as kids are preparing to go back to school

Isaiah Chan Vice President of programs & services from Credit Counselling Society.

12m
Aug 18
Resource Works: is geoengineering a serious solution for climate change?

Margareta Dovgal, managing director at Resource Works Society.

10m
Aug 18
5XFest: Ranveer Singh faces backlash for baring it all

Jessie Brar, writer with 5X press.

13m
Aug 17
CAPE: Doctors organize climate solutions fair to inspire healthy change

Dr Deborah Curry, a Vancouver family physician and lead organizer of the fair

12m
Aug 17
Nutan Thakur interviewing President Satish Goyal

Satish Goyal, talks about India Day , on Spice Radio

8m
Aug 16
Backpack Buddies getting ready for the school season and how the need is growing

Emily-Anne King, co-executive director and co-founder of Backpack Buddies

8m
Aug 16
Nutan Thakur interviewing Director Vic. Parmar

Film Director Vic.Parmar talks about his art journey on Spice Radio

25m
Aug 15
Nutan thakur interviewing Rashmi Sinha on spice radio

Rashmi Sinha , talking about India day, on Spice radio

6m
Aug 15
Nutan thakur interviewing CG Manish ji, on SpiceRadio

CG Manish ji is talking about Aazadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, on Spice Radio

16m
Aug 15
Vancouver Queer Film Festival is back learn about this years programming

Brandon Yan, executive director of the Vancouver Queer Film Festival and Out in Schools.

7m
Aug 15
University of the Fraser Valley presents Rails, Jails & Trolleys a doc on Indian Farmers Protest

Satwinder Bains, director of the South Asian Studies Institute and associate professor in the school of culture, media, and society at the University of the Fraser Valley. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/film-premiere-rails-jails-trolleys-tickets-391462544007?fbclid=IwAR0C9xan0_iPcUHJepqDpQ4J78lFDCXFSJgFQ7mCYfFLwZcVG8hGRiBjbpk

16m
Aug 15
Indian Matchmaking Season 2 is back we talk all about what the world of matchmaking is like

Anita Ram-Sharma she is a matchmaker and president/founder of the South Asian Millionaires Club.

13m
Aug 12
Learn about what to expect at this years Sunflower Festival

Kate Onos - Gilbert, co-founder of the Chilliwack Sunflower Festival and Chilliwack Tulip Festival

6m
Aug 11
What Resource Works is looking to accomplish in its second decade and municipal politics

Margareta Dovgal, managing director at Resource Works Society

12m
Aug 11
Tents and structures are being removed from the Downtown Eastside and recent developments

Brittany Graham, with VANDU (Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users) a community organization that is part of "our streets" a block stewardship program.

13m
Aug 10
Canadian Blood Services' donor base at 10-year low, prompting urgent call for donations

Gayle Voyer, associate director at the Donor Relations and collection B.C & Yukon.

8m
Aug 09
The nurse shortage in B.C and how a number of nurses from the public system are moving to private

Dr Farinaz Havaei, a professor of nursing at the UBC school of nursing who studies workplace psychological health and safety.

8m
Aug 09
Death of Mandeep Kaur has sparked a conversation on domestic violence and do we break the pattern

Dr Balbir Gurm, part of the nursing faculty at the Kwantlen Polytechnic University and founder at the Network to Eliminate Violence in Relationships.

14m
Aug 08
Monsoon Festival of Performing Arts is back and learn about the play Doja Ghar

Gurpreet Sian, the artistic director at the Monsoon Festival of Performing Arts

9m
Aug 05
Lifeworks monthly mental health index find Canadians equally stressed at work and in personal lives

Paula Allen global leader and senior Vice President research and total wellbeing at Lifeworks.

8m
Aug 02
Tri Cities Moms Group talks about the impact of inflation on food hampers and the growing need

Heather Anne Hooton admin and creator of a Facebook group called Tri Cities Moms

9m
Aug 02