Friday, December 22, 2006

Tieleman hosting again tonight - Friday - on Nightline BC on CKNW AM 980 & Corus Radio Network

He's baaaaack!

I am once again filling in as guest host tonight - Friday - from 7 til 9 p.m. on AM 980 or online and on the Corus Radio Network throughout BC.

Here's tonight's lineup:

7 p.m - Tis the season to stay sober - Linda Bell of Bellwood Health Services talks about how to deal with alcohol during the holidays, especially for those with addictions and their family and friends.

7:30 p.m. - Special needs assistants - Patti Bacchus of the Vancouver School Board's Special Education Advisory Committee and parent of a student with special needs talks about the recent decision not to cut 13 special needs assistants and related issues.

8 p.m. - Downtown Eastside Women's Shelter - Cynthia Low from the Shelter talks about additional funding of $80,000 it has received and what the needs are.

8:15 p.m. - Stanley Park Smackdown - Vancouver Park Commissioner Spencer Herbert on the aftermath of the disastrous storm and what areas of the park are now open to the public.

8:30 p.m. - Aboriginal hunting at night - Lawyer Ardith Walkem - legal counsel to Ivan Morris and Karl Olsen, two Tsartlip First Nations hunters who were acquitted in the Supreme Court of Canada of using lights to hunt deer at night, explains the case and their position.

Tune in - call in!

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