On this week’s episode of Spoke TV, protesters against a culture that blames victims of sexual abuse joined together during an annual Slut Walk in Guelph. Pioneer Park Plaza is getting a face lift. A report on Canadian caregivers looks at whether caregivers are poorly paid and underappreciated. Blackberry launched a law suit against Snapchat for a patent infringement. New mortgage rules have caused a decline in house sales. Meals on Wheels need new volunteers to keep their charity rolling. The opening of safe injection sites is put on hold in Cambridge, because of a newly passed bylaw. Coffee lovers will learn more about their favourite drink from the experts. A new game about death helps people make decisions about this sensitive subject. Kitchener South-Hespeler MP Marwan Tabbara was at Conestoga College, partaking in a free throw contest that would award one lucky student 3,000 dollars in tuition credit. All this and more on Spoke TV.