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Show Notes

Thursday, Feb 15th 2018

8:20am Find out what it takes to train BC Guide Dogs! Plus, we learn what what life is like for the visually impaired as we learn about the 4th Annual RunGo Dash for Dogs & find out how you can help this worthy cause.


8:40am KidsSport BC: It’s an organization that helps kids from financially challenged families get involved in sport. KidsSport Richmond is holding a fundraising gala on Friday & two-time Olympian Alexa Loo @& recipient Annie Watson explain what KidSport has means to them & the community.





Wednesday, Feb 14th 2018

8:20am Body Language On A First Date: Body language expert Mark Bowden shares insights on the importance of body language in today’s digital culture and, just in time for Valentine’s Day, has tips on essential dos and don’ts when it comes to body language on a first date.

Body Language On A First Date

8:40am Save An Animal By Doing Something Sweet: Everyone loves cupcakes!  Find out how you can host a cupcake party at work or at home to help support animals in need in your community when we learn more about National Cupcake Day!

Save An Animal By Doing Something Sweet


Tuesday, February 13th 2018

8:20am The Shoebox Project for Shelters: Learn ways in which you can support the over 100,000 women who use emergency shelters or temporary housing each year when Jessica Mulroney, co-founder of the Shoebox Project for Shelters, joins us in studio.


8:40am Many lasting relationships have blossomed here. The workplace. Ahead of Valentine’s Day we discuss the dos and don’ts of office romances in the wake of the #MeToo movement.




Monday, Feb 12th 2018

8:20am Bringing Awareness To Black History Month:  We welcome urban planner and member of the Hogan’s Alley Society Lama Mugabo and author Chelene Knight to speak about cultural diversity in our city and what Black History Month means to them.

Friday, Feb 9th 2018

7:40am Thor’s Hammers:  The sensuous trilogy finally comes to a climactic conclusion! Thor reviews ‘Fifty Shades Freed’.


8:20am Adventurer Cory Richards:  The Mountain Film Festival is upon us and we welcome photojournalist and opening night speaker Cory Richards, the National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, to share some of his epic stories of tackling the planet’s most pristine landscapes.


8:40am How to bring the romance back: Ready to revive the spark in your relationship? Dr Dain Heer reveals his best tips that will help you and your partner reconnect ahead of Valentine’s Day.


Thursday, Feb 8th 2018

RRRoll Up The Rim Is Back At Tim Hortons!

RRRoll up the Rim is back, but with a new addition – the ability to ‘Scroll Up The Rim” on the Tim Hortons app.


Debt Confessions Of Canadian Couples

According to an Ipsos poll on behalf of BDO Canada, Canadians in a relationship list this as the number one financial pet peeve of their partner.


Children’s Entertainer Will Stroet

Children’s entertainer Will Stroet returns to test out some tunes, teach our hosts a few dance moves, and shares details on a very special day Family Day concert.


Wednesday, Feb 7th 2018

740am: Canadians To Watch For In South Korea! We catch up with Sportsnet 650’s Perry Solkowski on what we can expect as Canada goes for gold! #PyeongChang2018


820am SpaceX’s Historic Falcon Heavy Launch: Astronomer Derek Kief takes us on an intergalactic journey to explain the importance of the historic SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket launch.


840am: Valentine’s Day Jewelry Trends: It is one of the most popular days for engagements. For the latest Valentine’s Day jewelry trends, Michael Hill’s Brett Halliday makes sure you are set up to celebrate the most romantic day of the year.


Tuesday, Feb 6th 2018

740am: Chat With The Chief! We’re speaking with Delta Police Chief Neil Dubord about the department’s “no call too small” philosophy and officers taking ownership of a community.


820am: Pot Sales & The Opioid Crisis: Former Provincial Health Officer Perry Kendall gives his take on Pot Sales in Liquor Stores and how we need to step out of our comfort zones to overcome the overdose crisis.


840am: Decorating A Small Space For Large Impact: Karla Dreyer shares the 5 principles designers bring to every project that will help a small space feel grand.


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