Full show: What’s being done to protect teachers, CERB repayment, and solving the cold-case murder of Lindsay Buziak
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Chapter 1: What’s being done to protect teachers?
Yesterday, we got an update on provincial health orders, as they pertain to schools. Most notably, masks are now required everywhere for students in high school & middle school.
But what else is being done to protect teachers? Why are no special accommodations being made for them in the vaccine rollout?
GUEST: Geoff Johnson, Columnist/A former Superintendent of Schools
Chapter 2: CERB Repayment - should overpayments be forgiven?
We know that many people were overpaid by CERB. Should those people be forced to pay it back, or should that overpayment be forgiven?
GUEST: Shawn Stack, Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Bromwich & Smith
Chapter 3: DNA evidence to help solve the Lindsay Buziak case
We found out this week that the FBI has been called in to assist with the cold-case murder of Lindsay Buziak. What role might DNA evidence play in solving this crime?
GUEST: CeCe Moore, Genetic Genealogy Expert, Founder of DNA Detectives
Chapter 4: UVic has divested its fossil-fuel stocks
The University of Victoria, announced Tuesday, it has divested fossil-fuel industry stocks from its $256-million investment fund. Is this a good move, and should other universities follow suit?
GUEST: Stewart Muir, Executive Director, Resource Works
GUEST: Peter McCartney, Climate Campaigner, Wilderness Committee
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1. Chapter 1 (00:00:00)
2. Chapter 2 (00:09:10)
3. Chapter 3 (00:17:37)
4. Chapter 4 (00:29:34)