• 01:04

    BC Politics - "Have Your Say"

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    The BC First party is running an on-line radio talk show, on BlogTalkRadio.com, dedicated to BC politics. The theme of the show is, ‘Have Your Say’, and will run from January 30th through to, during and following the up-coming BC provincial election in May.
    The show offers the voter an opportunity to speak their minds, and talk about the issues concerning them, no matter what their political affiliation, or lack thereof.
    Listeners can tune in by clicking the link displayed above, at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays.
    You can also email your questions and comments to the show: info@bcfirst.ca . Your email may be read on air during the show.
    The show’s host is Sal Vetro, our very own Party leader. Vetro feels that the people are not being listened to – in any way, shape or form, by other parties – and decided to change that by giving the people a voice – a place to be heard and listened to, where they can talk about the very issues that affect all families, right across British Columbia.
    THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUEST Paul Caune - Executive Director of Civil Rights Now!!

  • 02:01

    BC Politics - "Have Your Say"

    in Politics

    The BC First party is running an on-line radio talk show, on BlogTalkRadio.com, dedicated to BC politics. The theme of the show is, ‘Have Your Say’, and will run from January 30th through to, during and following the up-coming BC provincial election in May.
    The show offers BC citizens an opportunity to speak their minds, and talk about the issues concerning them, no matter what their political affiliation, or lack thereof.
    Listeners can tune in by clicking the link displayed above, at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays.
    You can also email your questions and comments to the show: info@bcfirst.ca . Your email may be read on air during the show.
    The show’s host is Sal Vetro, our very own Party leader. Vetro feels that the people are not being listened to by other parties and decided to change that by giving people a voice, a place to be heard, listened to and to talk about the very issues that affect all families, right across British Columbia.
    THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUEST Vaughan Lyon, Professor Emeritus, Trent University, Political Science Free for all discussion on any and all issues facing British Columbians today.
     

  • 01:15

    BC Politics - "Have Your Say"

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    The BC First party is running an on-line radio talk show, on BlogTalkRadio.com, dedicated to BC politics. The theme of the show is, ‘Have Your Say’, and will run from January 30th through to, during and following the up-coming BC provincial election in May.
    The show offers BC citizens an opportunity to speak their minds, and talk about the issues concerning them, no matter what their political affiliation, or lack thereof.
    Listeners can tune in by clicking the link displayed above, at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays.
    You can also email your questions and comments to the show: info@bcfirst.ca . Your email may be read on air during the show.
    The show’s host is Sal Vetro, our very own Party leader. Vetro feels that the people are not being listened to – in any way, shape or form, by other parties – and decided to change that by giving the people a voice – a place to be heard and listened to, where they can talk about the very issues that affect all families, right across British Columbia.
    THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUESTS Una St. Clair Executive Director, Citizens for Safe Technology Society www.citizensforsafetechnology.org

  • 01:22

    BC Politics - "Have Your Say"

    in Politics

    Wednesday February 27, 2013It’s that time of the week for the citizens of British Columbia to ‘Have Their Say.’Tonight’s show is a free for all to discuss any andall issues that affect you and yourfamilies. You may want to talk about an issue that’s been bugging you for some time.Some issues we could discuss are: the upcoming general election, health care, education,taxes, smart meters, HST and list goes on and on.This is your show.‘Have Your Say.’ Tune in to: http://blogtalkradio/bcpoliticsWednesday, February 27th, 7-8:00pm.Sal Vetro, LeaderBC First Party604-710-2100www.info@bcfirst.caRon Barillaro, PresidentBC First Party250-809-1395www.info@bcfirst.cahttp://www.bcfirst.ca/http://facebook.com/bcfirsthttp://twitter.com/bcfirst-30-

  • 01:07

    BC Politics - BC Film Industry Problems-Remedies & Solutions

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    This Blog Talk Radio show is dedicated to BC politics. The theme of the show is, 'Have Your Say', and will run from January 30th through to, during and following the up-coming BC provincial election in May.
    The show offers BC citizens an opportunity to speak their minds, and talk about the issues concerning them, no matter what their political affiliation, or lack thereof.
    Listeners can tune in by clicking the link displayed above, at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays. Callers can call in using the Toll Free number.
    You can also email your questions and comments to the show: info@bcfirst.ca . Your email may be read on air during the show.
    The show’s host is Sal Vetro, leader of the BC First Party. Vetro feels that the people are not being listened to – in any way, shape or form, by other parties – and decided to change that by giving the people a voice – a place to be heard and listened to, where they can talk about the very issues that affect all families, right across British Columbia.
    THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUEST Wayne Bennett,
    Film and Television Production

  • 01:04

    BC Politics - "Have Your Say" HandyDart Services

    in Politics

    The BC First party is running an internet radio talk show on BlogTalkRadio.com
    The theme of the show is, ‘Have Your Say’, and will run from January 30th to May 14, 2013
    The BC Politics show offers the voter an opportunity to speak their minds, no matter what their political affiliation, or lack thereof.
    The show’s host is Sal Vetro,  BC First Party leader. Vetro feels that the voters of BC are not being listened to by their government.  BC First wants to change that by giving the voters of British Columbia a platform to engage in a consultative, collaborative and consensus based approach on issues that affect all famiies, right across British Columbia. Giving them a voice – a place to be heard and listened to.
    “It’s just the right thing to do,” said Vetro.  ‘LET’S DO THIS’
    Listeners can tune in by clicking the link displayed above, at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays.
    Callers can call into the show using a toll free number. 1-855-579-4445
    You can also email your questions and comments to the show: info@bcfirst.ca . Your email may be read on air during the show.
    Mark your calendar to tune in this Wednesday April 10, 2013 from 7-8pm
    TONIGHT'S SPECIAL GUEST
    MARK BEECHING
    HANDYDART DRIVER, INSTRUCTOR AND TRAINER
     
     

  • 01:04

    BC Politics - "Kitsilano Coast Guard Station"

    in Politics

    This Blog Talk Radio show is dedicated to BC politics. The theme of the show is, 'Have Your Say', and will run from January 30th through to, during and following the up-coming BC provincial election in May.
    The show offers BC citizens an opportunity to speak their minds, and talk about the issues concerning them, no matter what their political affiliation, or lack thereof.
    Listeners can tune in by clicking the link displayed above, at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays. Callers can call in using the Toll Free number.  1-855-579-4445
    You can also email your questions and comments to the show: info@bcfirst.ca . Your email may be read on air during the show.
    The show’s host is Sal Vetro, leader of the BC First Party. Vetro feels that the people are not being listened to – in any way, shape or form, by other parties – and decided to change that by giving the people a voice – a place to be heard and listened to, where they can talk about the very issues that affect all families, right across British Columbia.
    THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUEST Dave Clark,
    Regional Vice President, Pacific forUCTE/PSAC.
    &n

  • 01:06

    BC Politics - Citizens Initiative to Stop Smart Meters

    in Politics

    The theme of the BC politics show is, 'Have Your Say', and will run from January 30th through to, during and following the up-coming BC provincial election in May.
    The show offers BC citizens an opportunity to speak their minds, and talk about the issues concerning them, no matter what their political affiliation, or lack thereof.
    Listeners can tune in by clicking the link displayed above, at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays. Callers can call in using the Toll Free number.
    You can also email your questions and comments to the show: info@bcfirst.ca . Your email may be read on air during the show.
    The show’s host is Sal Vetro, leader of the BC First Party. Vetro states that the people are not being listened to by other political parties and decided to change that by giving the people a voice – a place to be heard and listened to, where they can talk about the very issues that affect all families, right across British Columbia.
    THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUEST James Smith
    StopSmartMeters.caSociety
     
     
     
     

  • 00:46

    Can Music Therapy Help People in Pain? -- Pain Waves Radio by Pain BC

    in Health

    *Note: If you missed the live recording and still want to ask questions, please email Gemma at president@mtabc.com.


    Join us as we interview Gemma Isaac, an accredited (MTA) music therapist and certified in Neurologic Music Therapy. As the music therapist at the Burns, Plastic and Trauma Unit (BPTU) at VGH, Gemma facilitates music therapy programs for patients, their families, and healthcare staff alike. http://gemmamusictherapy.com/


    How does music therapy work?


    Music therapy is facilitated through a variety of interventions including patient song choices, music making, song writing, improvisation, and guided relaxation. Other times, the music therapist works alongside other healthcare disciplines such as nurses, physiotherapist, or occupational therapist, using music during physical rehabilitation to inspire movement and promote encouragement by accompanying movement through musical cues, which also helps peoople become distracted from the pain. Visit www.mtabc.com or www.musicheals.ca for more info.


    Don't miss your chance to ask questions! How can music therapy help you and your loved ones better deal with pain?


    Pain Waves Radio is sponsored by Pain BC


    Whether you’re living with pain; supporting someone in pain; or providing care to patients in pain… we offer tools and resources to help you! Join us! Together, we can make a difference.

  • 01:06

    The Mad Women of Smoking Hot Politics

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    Kimberley Irvin and Julie Driscoll are the Mad Women of Smoking Hot Politics - a politically liberal show with no holds barred and all callers welcome.

  • 00:59

    The Mad Women of Smoking Hot Politics

    in Politics

    Kimberley Irvin and Julie Driscoll are the Mad Women of Smoking Hot Politics - a politically liberal show with no holds barred and all callers welcome.

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