We’ll speak with organizer Sarah Blahovec about the Elevate Campaign Training Program, which is training people with disabilities to run for office in the next US election. How safe are the major sunscreen brands? We speak with our environmental expert, Lawrence Gunther. Donna Jodhan from Barrier-Free Canada gives us a recap of a recent town hall conducted by Elections Canada. Community reporter Gerry Harris calls in from New Brunswick with news about the 19th annual Atlantic Nation...
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Outdoor news, environmental issues, reviews of outdoor tech, and tips on exploring the outdoors with a guide dog. Fridays at 8 p.m. ET.
Lawrence Gunther takes to the water to show off accessible equipment to use when solo fishing, and Grant Hardy hits Science World with a few guests in tow.
Our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther tells us about The Green New Deal, an ambitious new economic and environmental proposal in the United States. From the February 26, 2019 episode.
On Tuesday April 27th’s show: Environmental contributor Lawrence Gunther discusses the rising levels of greenhouse gases during the pandemic Community reporter J.R. Bjornson tells us about MADE, an upcoming Artisan Market in Red Deer, Alberta. To access his full report visit here We take a second look at Apple AirTags and find out what accessibility features it has to offer with Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech And, Corinne Van Dusen joins us as quiz master in another edition of...
Last week, SpaceX launched another of its Falcon rockets bringing the total number of satellites to 700 and has plans to launch rockets every two weeks until over 12,000 of these satellites are orbiting the earth. Environmental expert Lawrence Gunther discusses the impact of satellite constellations on astronomy. From the September 15, 2020 episode.
Our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther explains how federal politicians are responding to a warning about catastrophic effects from climate change. From the October 23, 2018 episode.
Who we are AMI-audio is an accessible television channel and streaming service offering a variety of compelling stories and engaging original content to Canadians who are blind, partially sighted or otherwise print restricted. Listen to AMI-audio on television, stream our service online or download AMI-audio podcasts. What we do AMI-audio produces a number of daily live programs including, NOW with Dave Brown, The Pulse and Kelly and Company. Start your morning off on the right foo...
Beth Deer learns the scientific properties of the orange, Lawrence Gunther heads to the hills with tips on hiking when you are blind or partially sighted and Grant Hardy reveals one of his pet peeves.
It seems as though there have been more extreme weather incidents lately. We ask Lawrence Gunther from Blue Fish Radio if we should be concerned. From the May 22, 2018 episode.
In 1986, I was one of the first ten people in Ontario to get a guide dog. Today on Outdoors with Lawrence Gunther we are talking dogs and especially guide dogs. Ms. Lilly has some fun facts about guide dogs, our bucket list recommendation includes an interview with the co-managers of the CNIB guide Dog School where they only Train Guide dogs, and I’ve got some tips on caring for your guide dog.
Lawrence Gunther of Blue Fish Radio discusses the federal government’s plans for reducing the country's use of plastic. From the January 30, 2018 episode.
Data from the federal government has revealed that many Canadian municipalities have been dumping raw sewage into their surrounding waterways. Our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther joins us with the details. This is the March 17, 2020 show.
Environmental contributor Lawrence Gunther shares his experience training guide dogs for outdoor living. From the November 24, 2020 episode.
Our environment expert Lawrence Gunther tells us that the federal government has signed a deal to make the Inuit of Labrador the guardians of the eastern end of the Northwest Passage. From the October 10, 2017 episode.
Our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther takes us through a few of the scientific arguments that fuel teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg. From the October 8, 2019 episode.
On Tuesday’s show: The Alberta government has cancelled 11 controversial coal mine leases. Environmental contributor Lawrence Gunther gives us all the details Community reporter J.R. Bjornson tells us about this year's Polar Plunge challenge in support of Special Olympics Alberta! To access his full report, visit here Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech describes: the Autonomous Vehicle Assistant, a new app that provides navigational assistance for people with disabilities Amazon’...
From electric cars to sustainable building designs, we are adopting many new environmentally-conscious developments. What does this mean for our environmental footprint? Lawrence Gunther, professional angler and the host of Blue Fish Radio, discusses the recent banning of microbeads in beauty products. He also previews his new documentary “What Lies Below.” This is the January 23, 2018 episode.
A pulp mill in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, has been ordered to stop pumping its effluent into the nearby waterway. Our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther tells us more. From the April 23, 2019 episode
Spring has sprung, and in eastern Canada this means maple syrup season! Ms. Lilly schools us on how trees are way more like animals than we ever imagined. The Vanier Sugar Shack is our bucket list destination where we learn all about the Indigenous and Francophone connections to maple syrup. Learn tips on how to tell exactly when sap becomes syrup during the cooking process, and reflect on what trees can teach us about embracing diversity. It’s all in Episode 22 of Outdoors with Law...