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Outdoors with Lawrence Gunther: Audio show

Outdoor news, environmental issues, reviews of outdoor tech, and tips on exploring the outdoors with a guide dog. Fridays at 8 p.m. ET.

Environmental organizations are calling on the federal government to address climate change in its measures for economic recovery. Environmental expert Lawrence Gunther tells us more. From the July 21, 2020 episode.
Environmental expert Lawrence Gunther discusses thee impact of flooding on Canadian cities. Neil Barnett from Microsoft tells us about their Autism Hiring Program which has recently expanded to Vancouver, BC. We discuss Burger King’s attempt to make a point about mental health by launching a line of boxed meals called Unhappy Meals. And, Joeita Gupta, Andy Frank and Ryan Delehanty are back at it with the weekly news quiz moderated by quizmaster Mike Ross! This is the May 7, 2019 epi...
Environmental expert Lawrence Gunther discusses the impact of satellite constellations on astronomy. For our Accessibility Story Roundup, we discuss how access RDSP Launches New App to Help People Apply for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC). We chat about homeschooling during COVID times with community reporter J.R. Bjornson in Red Deer, Alberta. We learn about a new brain implant that could potentially help restore eyesight. Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech shares more on this story. D...
Tim Schwartz of Double Tap Canada shares his experiences with Google Pixel 3. And, he tells us what we can expect in technology in 2019. Canadian Press reporter Michelle McQuigge discusses VIA Rail’s improved accessibility features on their new fleet of trains. Community reporter J.R. Bjornson in Red Deer, Alberta shares his accessibility review of the GoPro Hero 7 Black edition action camera. Lawrence Gunther of Blue Fish Radio gives us some climate change prevention resolutions fo...
Environmental contributor Lawrence Gunther explains the factors at play in forest fires and their impact on climate change Film reviewer Amy Amantea shares her commentary on the new Netflix film “The Trial of the Chicago 7" This year’s Abilities Expo is going virtual! Community Reporter Derek Lackey in Winnipeg shares all the details. To access his full report, visit here: www.ami.ca/Report-Central Nelson Régo of Cool Blind Tech describes the latest news in tech inlcuding: Four...
We’ll get back to yesterday’s discussion with Lawrence Gunther about the effects of climate change on wildfires in Western Canada. From the September 11,  2018 episode.
On episode 6 of Outdoors with Lawrence Gunther we explore the world of birds, bird songs, and giant birds, and we aren’t talking Sesame Street. Ms. Lilly schools us as usual about giant birds, and the bucket list destination is Bird Kingdom in Niagara Falls. Dave Brown speaks with Lawrence about backyard birds and the best way to keep them fed and safe, and Lawrence shares some tips and tech suggestions on bird song identification and more.
Join Dave Brown and accomplished angler Lawrence Gunther on their travels to our nation’s smallest territory for the biggest adventures in Postcards from the Yukon, an AMI original documentary.
A new US government report says floods may soon become a weekly occurrence in some parts of the country. What will this mean for coastal communities? We speak to Lawrence Gunther of Blue Fish Radio. From the April 10, 2018 episode.
Are humans the cause of climate change? Environmental contributor Lawrence Gunther joins us to explain why there is still so much confusion around the science on climate change.
We speak with our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther about the super cyclone that hit Bangladesh and the eastern coast of India last week, displacing two million people. From the May 26, 2020 show.
Canada produces more garbage than any other developed country. Lawrence Gunther from Blue Fish Radio tells us what we can do to change that. From the December 19, 2017 episode.
Environmental contributor Lawrence Gunther discusses the true cost and benefits of offshore wind power. From the January 19, 2021 episode.
Our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther explains why many people who live along the banks of the St. Lawrence River are watching the water levels with concern. From the January 21, 2020 episode.
Our colleague Karen Magee tells us about a research project on the availability and quality of audio description on Netflix. Lawrence Gunther of Blue Fish Radio tells us about his trip to Whitehorse and Dawson for the AMI-tv special “Postcards from the Yukon.” Our New Brunswick community reporter Gerry Harris tells us about a rare opportunity for the whole family to meet farmers, visit modern farms, and learn about modern food production. And, Canadian Press reporter Michelle McQuig...
Producer Jeff Ryman joins us with an update on Team Canada’s progress at this week’s Parapan Am Games in Lima, Peru. Our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther explains how geothermal energy could help Canada reduce its dependence on fossil fuels. Donna Jodhan from Barrier Free Canada shares her experience with going through the mediation process at the Canadian Human Rights Commission. We’ll discuss the news that visitors to a US National Park in Michigan can now rent motorized whee...
Six north Atlantic right whales have died in Canadian waters this year – including four in the past week. We’ll ask our environmental expert Lawrence Gunther why this is happening. From the July 2, 2019 episode.
Environmental expert Lawrence Gunther discusses new research into the impact of climate change on the arctic In our Accessibility Story Roundup, we discuss Tokyo 2020's announcement for the Paralympic competition schedule, following the Games’ postponement to 2021 Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech, discusses: the new features in the Google Lookout App the Lego Foundation's distribution of braille bricks to school districts across the United States and, the Laundry Lens app for peop...
Lawrence Gunther from Blue Fish Radio tells us about a NASA study into the origins of life on Earth. From the March 12, 2019 episode.