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Kelly and Company

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 Company

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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  • Drawing on her own personal experiences with the guinea pigs that live with her, Dr. Danielle Jongkind tells us all about these pets.
  • On our Wellness chat, Frances Wong brings us tips for staying healthy and well as we move into the Fall season.
  • RevolutionHer is celebrating their 12-year anniversary in style, by breaking their own record and selecting 35 top finalists to be in the running for the 2022 RevolutionHer Awards. We learn more about this with Founder and CEO Maria Locker.
  • If you're interested in trying out Goalball for fun, join the Montreal Goalball club. community reporter Mathieu Rochette fills us in.
  • Not everyone feels similarly about the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Yang Wang shares the wide scope of perspectives she discovered on this subject.
  • On this month's Voices segment, Marc Aflalo, a man with many hats at AMI, shares his take on loving his work in Radio.
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  • With the release of the new iPhones comes the term eSIM. Michael Babcock informs us about this technology.
  • The Phoenix Suns have been in the news lately and it’s not for good reason. Brock Richardson breaks down why.
  • On Healthy at Home, airing on AMI-tv, Fitness Instructor Bobbi Janzen guides viewers through a home workout that tones and strengthens for everyday living. We welcome Bobbi to find out more.
  • We welcome new Community Reporter Carol Yaple, in Vancouver, British Columbia!
  • Leanne Baarda joins us for an Independent Living Skills chat. Today's topic is the Expanded Core Curriculum.
  • Today is the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, and an official day of mourning in Canada. Danielle McLaughlin discusses the significance of the commemoration.
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  • What's open and closed in Canada on Sept. 19? Grant Hardy and Jeff Ryman share the details in their lifestyle report.
  • New accessibility and sharing features are coming to Android devices. John Biehler has the updates.
  • The Indigenous Disability and Wellness Gathering, hosted by the BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society, takes place in November. Sylvi Fekete shares more.
  • On the Chatty Bookshelf, Ryan Hooey highlights Audrey, a new audiobook player with a twist.
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  • Each year, Apple adds some spice to life with new updates to hardware and software. Michael Feir reflects on what the latest updates mean from a blindness perspective.
  • Gardener Susan Kerney has plants to consider, specifically for our Autumn gardens.
  • Canada is marking September as the first annual Inherited Retinal Disease Awareness Month. We learn more about this inaugural awareness month with Larissa Moniz of Fighting Blindness Canada.
  • On Curious Minds, Christine Malec highlights images from the James Webb telescope, and explains sonifications that are making the images more accessible.
  • Joining us on this week's Roundtable conversation is AMI Reporter Grant Hardy, our newest addition to the KellyCo team!
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  • Due to the wildfires, the air quality in certain regions of BC has been deemed the worst in the world. We chat about the health effects of these fires with Grant Hardy and Jeff Ryman.
  • On In The Know, Margrett Weldon takes us behind the scenes of Queen Elizabeth II's royal family, and brings us some uncommon facts about her.
  • The University of Saskatchewan recently launched a suicide prevention strategy. Jim Krysko fills us in.
  • September 13th is National Sepsis Awareness Day in Canada. Registered Nurse Leslie Depoe informs us about this condition.
  • We flip through quirky stories from around the globe with Jeff Ryman and Grant Hardy, on What in the World.