Radio Topics, April 17

Happy Tuesday! We’ve got an exciting show lined up. At 8:05, we’ll continue our build up to MEC’s annual bikefest, chatting with some of the folks behind the Right Bike Program in Hintonburg. At 8:30, we’ll talk with Julia Sterpam and Nancy Oakley of Heritage Ottawa about their event on the history of Lebreton¬†this Thursday.
We’ll also touch on some of the following:

Barrhaven pile-on for decision to rebuild downtown Ottawa school.

Government was encouraged not to be “cheerleaders” for the oilpatch.

It’s 30 years of the Charter! Most of us wouldn’t give up rights, say polls. Harper thinks its ¬†a bit controversial.

More BC Teachers labour strife.

And we hear about how the Wildrose party is bad for healthcare.

Ottawa axes program designed to reduce recidivism

A human rabies diagnosis, in Toronto.

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