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Use the links below to download a file. Today on Now or Never, meet people who are done with excuses and guilt, and finally finishing what they started. A Winnipeg dad heads back to the classroom for his high school diploma - 40 years after bullies forced him to drop out of school. A pair of self-described "man-children" go on an epic quest to pay back an overdue arts grant. And on this episode we are getting to the bottom of it all.

On this live episode of Now or Never, get the pep talk you need. Hosts Trevor Dineen and Ify Chiwetelu, along with some very special guests - and team of literal cheerleaders - are here to pep you up.

From an aspiring comedian who needs a confidence boost to a lifelong teacher on the cusp of retirement, listen along as people get some help tackling their own Now or Never moments. And they are more vocal and politically active than ever before. Earlier this year, thousands of students across North America staged walk-outs in protest of gun violence. All this while still dealing with the pressures of figuring out who you are, who you want to be, and what is important to you.

On this Now or Never, meet women who are storming the stand-up stage for the very first time. Sit in the audience for a performance that was 10 years in the making.

Listen as a seasoned comic rediscovers her voice after transitioning. Meet a group of young women trying to transform the Iqaluit comedy scene. A couple struggles to adjust to their new normal after a split-second accident. Two families find themselves sharing one home - and one shower - only months after meeting online. On this Now or Never, meet people who are navigating the highs and lows of life after it changed in an instant.

Whether you have perfect pitch or are painfully off-key, singing music makes a lot of us feel vulnerable. But singing can also lead to unexpected joys and life lessons. On this Now or Never, meet people who are singing for some very personal reasons Ify and Trevor crash a restaurant with a pop-up karaoke machine and try to convince strangers to sing.

In with the new! A young woman who is using Indigenous ceremony to release her shame. Not to mention all of us who desperately need to do a social media purge and unfriend all those deadbeat Facebook pals. Trevor and Ify will pressure, or at least encourage, you to lighten your load this summer. It is the fastest growing and most commonly diagnosed neurological disorder in the country - but not many people truly understand what it is.

As we get older, we tend to trade things like sleepovers, swingsets and being silly for working late and worrying. On this Now or Never, get inspired by people who are motivated to cross big items off their summer bucket list. A woman with terminal cancer spends what could be her last summer doing what she loves - performing on stage.

A young runner with autism prepares for the Special Olympics. And Trevor and Ify take the ultimate Now or Never road trip! Family recipes are forgotten, languages disappear and legacies are lost. And now, more than ever, people are having conversations about gender.

And there is a lot to figure out: Across all religions, there are people whose faith is challenging them right now. On this Now or Never, meet folks whose faith has inspired them to take action.

But on this Now or Never, meet people who have no quit at all. A refugee who lost his fingers trying to cross the Manitoba border, gets a new bionic prosthetic And a matchmaker who resorts to unusual measures to help young Muslims navigate a challenging dating scene. Life is peppered with these transitional moments: Sometimes, those meaningful locations call us to return whether it be to rekindle old memories, right a wrong, or get some closure.

The problem is, you never know if past places will live up to the snapshot you keep tucked away in your mind. So on this Now or Never, we bring people back to the places that matter to them. From an intersection in rural Saskatchewan, to a busy Toronto sidewalk, to a dirt road in northern Manitoba Canadians are reeling from devastating and unexpected losses.

Loss inspires so many Now or Never moments. On this episode, meet people who are channelling their grief into action.

If you need some incentive to get off your couch and do one good thing for your health today Meet Canadians from all walks of life who are taking their first, tentative steps to improving their physical and mental health. Meet a life-long smoker taking a drag on his very last cigarette. Try to keep up with a year-old with terminal cancer as she climbs to the top of the CN Tower. Ride along with a veteran as he navigates the difficult road of post-traumatic stress disorder.

When are you going to give me grandchildren? The list of family expectations can be long. And those expectations are often wrapped up in culture, family history and tradition. They can carry some serious emotional weight. If Now or Never were a community centre, it might be something like the Roundhouse.

This arts and recreation centre in downtown Vancouver draws people of all ages and walks of life like a troupe of dancers over 50 and a class of parents teaching their babies sign language. But every week, hundreds of people from across the country filled it out. From a woman on a quest to meet every single one of her neighbours, to a swimmer who needed to thank the lifeguard who saved her life.

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