It’s time for our Ask Me Anything with Dr. Colin Furness and Dr. Susy Hota@HotaSusy . Both think masks should be made mandatory across Canada indoors. What do you think? Call in at 1-888-416-8333 or email checku @cbc .ca #CCCheckup
Karmen McNamara calls from Victoria, BC. She is an elite triathlete and while she misses the camaraderie she is opposed to sports coming back. "We need to put the safety of the most vulnerable above the privilege of playing sports."
Guest Julie Lalonde: Girls have said that their biggest take away is that they can say no. Consent is a big part of the curriculum. 92 girls felt the biggest take away was the right to say no. How powerful.
This week, @duncanmccue & Arjun Ram@KidsCBC
spoke to young Canadians across the country about racism they've encountered, and how they're fighting back against prejudice. Here are some of their stories.
Kim Tallbear is Canadian Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience & Environment. She says that just because a DNA test says you have Indigenous DNA, it doesn't make you Indigenous. To Tallbear, heritage includes much more than genetics. @KimTallBear