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RC360 Season 2, Episode 49

December 12, 2016 | River City 360

In this instalment of River City 360:

  • Dr. Kirsten Wirth of Wirth Behavioural Health Services joins us in studio to tell us about a new program where she's helping families recognize the signs of autism as early as possible.
  • Thona Longneck and Karen St. Marie from Frontier College join us to talk about the College's Truth and Reconciliation Youth Literacy Camp and how it helped youth in Winnipeg gain and maintain valuable literacy skills.
  • Carol Beaulieu of the Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre (MICEC) tells us about their Community Connections program that's helping people from all walks of life learn about, and connect with, Indigenous culture.
  • And Noah Erenberg, Convener of Community News Commons, joins hosts Nolan Bicknell and Robert Zirk to discuss the latest stories written by citizen journalists on CNC.

Originally broadcast on 93.7 CJNU-FM on December 11, 2016.


River City 360 is a project of The Winnipeg Foundation, in partnership with 93.7 CJNU FM.
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