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Station to Station with Joe Pavia

Up and down the radio dial and other stops

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January 2016

Episode 8:Physician-Assisted Dying

Physician-Assisted Dying will become a reality in Canada in 2016. This episode deals with a town hall meeting that I attended in Toronto in January of 2016. Continue reading “Episode 8:Physician-Assisted Dying”

Episode 7: Menu Terms with Jan Whitaker

“I know you like to cook and that you like old stuff…” That’s all my dad said as he handed me a small, black, very well worn, leather bound book . Continue reading “Episode 7: Menu Terms with Jan Whitaker”

Episode 6: Memoir writing with Lucy Kraemer

You’ve heard the old cliche, “everyone has a book in them”. Lucy Kraemer thinks so.  Kraemer, a free-lance writer and librarian in the small town of Mount Forest, northwest of Toronto, conducts memoir writing workshops. Joe discusses the process of getting started on telling your own, unique story.

You can listen to the full interview above or download it on iTunes or SoundCloud

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Running and thinking

“Good for you,” someone said that to me, this morning, while I was out for my run. This isn’t the first time I’ve heard this, and while I’m thankful for the encouragement, I wonder what the person really means. Continue reading “Running and thinking”

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