We open up the mail bag and hear from our fans! They ask questions, give their streaming suggestions, pick on Taylor, probably, and so much more!
Leo Erlikhman, Masters in Sociology & Public Administration, supervised by Drs Victoria Sytsma and Heather Murray
Topic: Youth Alcohol in Kingston Overview: Recent evidence shows an increase in alcohol-related emergency department (ED) visits among youth. We sought to quantify the impact of ED visits (type and frequency, patient characteristics and resource use) related to alcohol in our centre
(Sponsored by SAPLab and Sonic Arts Studio)The democratic process has proven itself largely unable to address the accelerating environmental crisis. Bolstered by the mistaken belief that “informed voters” can make “rational decisions” at the ballot box, we continue to put faith in the democratic process. Indeed, the Liberal win in Canada’s most recent election has Continue Reading
The gang talks about recent pandemic developments, then we chat about Canadian socialism and why we can’t ever seem to win. Skip to 17:00 if you’re sick of hearing about corona. Also, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to send us topic suggestions!
Jai and Sam attempt their first remote podcast due to the COVID-19 outbreak. They cover the domino effect of Rudy Gobert’s positive test and how it affects the future of their favourite leagues. They then briefly look at the NFL’s big free agency moves including Brady’s decision to leave the Patriots. Finally they discuss some Continue Reading
Host Dinah Jansen brings you community submitted recipes to help you stretch your food reserves, save a little money, and avoid extra trips to the grocery store during isolation. In this episode, we feature recipes involving lentils including some lentil soups, curry, chili and more! Brought to you by amazing Kingston community members in the Continue Reading
Topic: Postoperative liver decompensation events following partial hepatectomy for hepatocellular carcinoma among patients with cirrhosis Overview: My research is focused on studying adverse outcomes after surgical resection of liver tumours. Specifically, the majority of patients with liver cancer also have underlying liver disease, called cirrhosis. So, the decision to remove the cancerous portion of their liver must Continue Reading
In our second official week of Social Distancing, Mike and Taylor review some shows and movies they streamed this past week, A Night’s Tale, Star Trek, I Am A Killer and more!
Brodcasted on Friday, March 20, 4-6pm EDT on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – In the first hour, from the March 3rd reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly open mic reading series, you’ll hear readings by Bob MacKenzie, Devin G.A., Brent Raycroft, Devon Runions, Sarah Emtage, Alison Wong, Eric Folsom, Cory Tokay, Pigeon Kaduck, Continue Reading
We, along with literally everybody else, underestimate the Coronavirus. Sorry, I’m sorry, we’re trying to remove it.