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Kelly and Ramya

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

Kelly and Ramya

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

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  • Nunavut and Ontario join federal effort to boost number of organ and tissue donors. Grant Hardy has more on this in his health headlines.
  • The Sky is the Limit Youth Organization has a special upcoming anniversary. We learn more about the organization and its mission with Margrett Weldon.
  • Canadian Blind Hockey hosted the Western Regional Tournament in Calgary last weekend. Jim Krysko fills us in on the event.
  • What is employee engagement, and how does it differ from just liking your job? Elysia Yardley explains.
  • We flip through quirky stories from around the globe with Grant Hardy, on What in the World.
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  • Recently, a zoo involved in Asian elephant conservation got some extremely surprising and good news. Dr. Danielle Jongkind shares the story.
  • Nutritionist Julia Karantjas brings us ways to stay calm, or practice calmness, during the busy holiday season.
  • We chat with Johnny Tai, a blind artist based in BC, talking about his passion for fine arts and an upcoming residency at the Vancouver Grunt Gallery.
  • Community reporter Toni Freimark highlights Notice the Ability, an International Day of Persons with Disabilities Celebration, taking place in Medicine Hat.
  • On our Parenting chat, Lucia Bellafante discusses how parents and children can enjoy and embrace the best of the Holidays together.
  • We chat with Dan Kershaw, Executive Director of Furniture Bank, to learn about the scale and prevalence of furniture poverty and how Furniture Bank wants to help.
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  • Michael Babcock fills us in on Smart Glance, a new feature for Jaws that analyzes text information like font and colour to highlight visual points of interest on the page.
  • The FIFA World Cup is just days away and Canada is in for the first time since 1986. We get the details with The Neutral Zone's Josh Watson.
  • AMI's Original Podcast "The Pulse" is now available in video on YouTube. Host, Joeita Gupta, joins us to talk about the evolution of the show and the conversations that put a spotlight on disability issues across Canada.
  • Fans of Murdoch Mysteries have a chance to step behind the scenes and experience the history, science, and fashion of the internationally acclaimed show. Community Reporter, Annette Dennis fills us in from London, Ontario.
  • Holiday time is upon us! Independent Living Specialist, Leanne Baarda brings us a holiday fun guide with tips on tree trimming, personalized gifts, and sensory activities for kids with sight loss!
  • The exclusion of students with disabilities from the classroom is a persistent problem. On Know Your Rights, Danielle McLaughlin discusses the options for parents or kids who feel they're being shut out.
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  • A national dental-care benefit is now law. Who is eligible? Grant Hardy lets us know in his lifestyle headlines.
  • Notion is using Artificial Intelligence to automatically write your blog posts, job descriptions, and poetry. We discuss with John Biehler.
  • Karen Magee attended the Paratough competition in Montreal earlier this month. She gives us her impressions of the event.
  • Starting in 2023, Amazon will start showing Good Reads reviews and ratings in their apps when searching for e-books and audiobooks. Ryan Hooey has the scoop.
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  • Let's learn how to protect our sensitive information on the iPhone. Michael Feir gives us a crash course on the security and privacy features available on iOS.
  • Fern Lulham highlights a report reviewing a survey of online access information provided by UK museums and cultural heritage sites.
  • Krystian Shaw, Founder of the Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter, joins us to tell us all about this newsletter for people with any disability.
  • On Curious Minds, Christine Malec informs us about the importance and excitement around the agricultural revolution.
  • Joining us on this week's Roundtable conversation is In The Know contributor, Margrett Weldon.