What if we could combat some of the isolation we are all feeling by discussing opportunities available around the world that make for an excellent recipe for grass roots change?  The Cookie Jar explores this question with interviews, ideas and the sharing of our favourite recipes.

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  • Changing the Way We Look at Things, to Make Things Change, with Tyson Rettie, Founder of Braille Mountain Initiative

  • Bicycle Touring in BC and Beyond, with John Neff and Chery Webhofer

  • The 2022 Smithers Christmas Bird Count, with Rosamund Pojar

  • So Much More Than Children’s Books.

  • A rebroadcast of The Measure of our Society, with Tom Best

  • A rebroadcast of From Backpacks to Safe Housing, with Niki Ottosen

  • A Beautiful Statement, part three, with Cameron Willis

  • A Beautiful Statement, part two, with Cameron Willis

  • A Beautiful Statement, part one, with Cameron Willis

  • I recently read an opinion piece in The Tyee entitled, “Yes, You Can Oppose Trafficking and Support Sex Workers’ Righ

  • Angela Rafuse is the co-founder of a nifty organization called My Grandfather’s Cat.

  • Have you ever wondered how people lived in the Middle Ages?

  • Stephanie Witkowski is back to share more language geek moments with me.

  • Worldwide, there are more than 7000 languages spoken, but for various reasons—a big one of those being colonization—n

  • The Forest Enhancement Society of BC is back to explore more ways to advance and advocate for the environmental and r

  • Seeing the Forest and the Trees, part one; with Steve Kozuki, Executive Director of the Forest Enhancement Society of

  • Rémi Torrenta, Nocturnal Owl Survey Coordinator for Birds Canada is gonna help me unleash your inner birder.

  • Lisa Pahl returns to continue our conversation on The Death Deck.

  • Lori LoCicero is a Writer, Entrepreneur, and Eternal Optimist; her co-creator Lisa Pahl is a Hospice Social Worker an

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