Concussions in sports...it's a growing story and concern. Sports concussion expert and the doctor of the Kamloops Blazers, Dr. Todd Ring swung by the Harrison Show Tuesday, July 22nd to address the long-term effects, as well as prognosis and prevention.
Drowning...it's happening far too often in BC, but what can be done about it? BC Coroner Barb McLintock swung by the Harrison Show Tuesdau, July 22nd to address this growing concern.
The Parkinson's Superwalk is just around the corner in Kamloops. Setting the stage on the Tuesday, July 22nd Harrsion Show was organizer Carolyn Diamond and Pratt's Pharmacy's Chris Cameron to talk about the disease and the fundraiser.
Premier Christy Clark swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, July 17th to talk about the volatile forest fire season, the teachers dispute, amongst other issues affecting British Columbians.
BC is currently on fire, especially in the Central Interior. Kevin Skrepnek is with the BC Wildfire Management Branch and he made time to talk to Jim Harrison on Thursday, July 17th.
The next Pandemic is on the way according to retiring Deputy Medical Health Officer Dr. Eric Young. Dr. Young joined to Jim Harrison on Tuesday, July 15th to share his concerns.
Put away the weed killer...the goats are on the way. TRU science student Kate Strangway and Dr. Lyn Blawin swung by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, July 15th to explain.
We've all noticed how much more we're paying for groceries these days. But why? Simon Bond is a buyer with Fresh Direct Produce. He joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, July 15th to give us the answer.
The shortage of Dermatologosts in BC has become a major concern again. The ongoing measures to overcome this have been frustrating to say the least. Doctor Evert Tuyp updated Jim on Thursday July 10th with what's being done.
A 5.3 million dollar sun mine has officially begun. It's the first solar farm of it's kind west of the Rockies. Kimberley, BC Mayor, Ron McRae explained the whole concept to Jim Thursday July 10th.
Outgoing Kamloops Thompson School District Superintendent, Terry Sullivan dropped by the Jim Harrison Show Thursday July 10th to reflect on his 15 years in this position and what's in store for the future.
An unique program called Ashes To Dust Mountain Bike Camp will be set up in September. This will get young adults struggling with substance abuse... active. Organizer, Marcia Dick and Coach Ted Norton popped by the Jim Harrison Show July 8th to talk about this worthwhile endevour.
Former BC Edcucation Minister, George Abbott popped by the Jim Harrison Show July 8th to discuss the teachers strike
After the devastating flood last year in Calgary, you might wonder how this year's edition of the Calgary Stampede and it's economic boost to the city is going to be affected. Stampede spokesperson, Jennifer Booth, spent some time with Jim Harrison July 8th to discuss this.
We hear so much about social media. Unfortunately, it's become another tool for predators and deceit. Mediatedreality.com's Jesse Miller talked with Jim Harrison July 8th to discuss this very important subject.