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Show Notes

Friday, November 30th 2018

14 Year-Old Sexually Assaulted: Vancouver Police are looking for a suspect after a 14 year old girl was pulled into some bushes and sexually assaulted in East Vancouver. Travis Prasad reports.


Thor’s Hammers: At Eternity’s Gate: Willem Dafoe portrays famed painter Vincent van Gogh, Thor reviews the new biographical drama ‘At Eternity’s Gate’.


Collecting Paper Cranes For Cancer Patient: The mother of a woman with leukemia is putting out a call out for 1000 paper cranes. Andrea Macpherson tells us the well wishes she’s received have been helping to lift her spirits.  More info: https://bit.ly/2P9rNM3


Movember Shave-Off!  Watch a Port Coquitlam firefighter shave the Movember ‘stache he’s been growing all month in support of men’s health.


Festive Cocktails: We learn how to make a Mister Grinch! Lavish Liquid shares some of their festive cocktail recipes perfect for the holiday season.


Hot Butter Rum
2 oz Aged or Spiced Rum
1 tbspn creamed butter with ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, sugar
Hot Water to taste

El Diablo Cafe
1 oz Hornitos Black
1/2 oz Ancho Reyez Chili liqueur
1/2 oz Kahlua
2 dashes of Mole Bitters
2 oz cinnamon infused coffee
Splash of Mezcal
Cinnamon stick to garnish

Mr. Grinch
1 oz peppermint liqueur
1 oz creme de cacao
1/2 teaspoon matcha powder
1/2 oz cold water
1 dash of Ms. Better Bitters Foamer
Macha Powder Garnish

Thursday, November 29th 2018

40 Years As ‘Right Hand Man’ To Ted Rogers:  For 40 years Phil Lind was the ultimate “Right Hand Man” to media mogul Ted Rogers. Phil brings his candid and powerful memoir to the BT couch.


Learning All About Otters!  Otters are fish specialists, which means they are determined, crafty and often very successful and finding fish to eat. When their instincts lead them closer to humans, otters can cause havoc at marinas, hatcheries and backyard ponds, like the one at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden.


Tragic Bear Attack In The Yukon: Reaction is pouring in around the country after a mother and her baby were killed by a grizzly bear in the Yukon. David Zura reports.


VPD Appeal in Sex Assault Case: Vancouver Police are asking for help in a sex assault case after several charges were approved against a B.C. truck driver. Tom Walsh reports.


Did You Hear it? Did You Actually?  Did you hear it? David Zura tells us the ‘Alert Ready’ system was tested once again right across the country.


What To Do If You’ve Been In A Car Accident: You hope it never happens to you, but if it does, these are the steps you need to take. We find out what to do if you’ve been in a car accident.


Witnessing Climate Change: He has been exploring and mountaineering for his entire life. Over that time he has witnessed the ravages of climate change with his own eyes, particularly on the dramatic changes in the far north and south of the planet.


Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

Goats and Other Ethical Gifts: You don’t need to put a goat under the tree to give a meaningful gift this year. We learn about the option of making a charitable donation to purchase livestock for a family to provide nutrition and income.


Veterans and Mental Health: We catch up with the only Canadian veterans who have just returned from Australia’s ‘Ride To Survive’, which ended in Sydney with the opening of the Invictus Games.


Technical Issues During Canucks’ Record 50/50: Online buyers had a tough time buying tickets for the record draw.


Capilano University Launches Unique Vending Machine: Pick a short, medium or long story!


Canucks Take A Lyft: The Canucks ‘draft’ Lyft as its offical rideshare partner, even though the service is not yet available in Vancouver. Travis Prasad reports.


How To Prevent Another Koi Crisis: Once the otter is caught and the koi are safe, plans will be made to replenish the pond at the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden. But Andrea Macpherson is speaking with one expert who thinks that’s a bad idea.


Tuesday, November 27th, 2018

Catching Up With Vasek Pospisil: Canadian tennis star Vasek Pospisil joins us in studio to talk sport and his other passions, songwriting, and singing.


Giving Back Through Organ Donation: What’s the best gift you’ve ever given? We learn what one woman calls the best, most meaningful day of her life. More than two years ago, she donated one of her healthy kidneys so a friend could live.


Christmas Light Conundrum: Is it too early for Christmas light displays? We put the question to you.


NASA’s Insight Lander Touches Down on Mars: There’s a local connection to this out-of-this-world international story.


Monday, November 26th, 2018

Helping Families through the Vancouver Canucks: The Canucks 50/50 jackpot hits $1 million on Tuesday night. Head coach Travis Green and Alex Oxenham tell us how the proceeds help families in a major way.


“Obsessions” On Display At Richmond Museum: From stamps to coins to toys, people collect items of all kinds. Thor Diakow recently caught up with one Richmond woman whose love of a certain boy band is now on public display.


Purolator Mobile Quick Stop: We tour the brand new Purolator Mobile Quick Stop Truck which will make stops across the Lower Mainland. Find out how it makes your holiday shipping easier and how you can make sure your package gets to its destination in good shape.


Senate to Vote on Canada Post Back-to-Work Legislation: Our Greg Harper speaks to workers on the picket line in Richmond.


Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Migrant Caravan Lessons In The Classroom: A surrey teacher and her class have been tracking the migrant caravan through central America and Mexico. She brings even more to the classroom after visiting those migrants in Mexico City, where volunteers offered services and support in a “beautiful, startling” display of compassion.


King Tide On Vancouver Shores: What do rising sea levels mean for Vancouver? A king tide – the biggest swells we see all year – could hint at what’s to come for our shorelines. We tell you how you can help the city document the changes you see.


Black Friday Frenzy: One of the biggest shopping days of the year is upon us.


Thor’s Hammers: Creed II: Michael B. Jordan steps back in the ring! Thor reviews the boxing drama ‘Creed II’.


Wednesday, November 21st 2018

B.C. Officials Suspended Amid RCMP Probe: Drama is unfolding at the B.C. legislature. Tom Walsh caught up with former Premier and Attorney General Ujjal Dosanjh for more insight on what happened.


Hells Angel Member Found Dead In Maple Ridge: IHIT says Chad Wilson was a full-patch member of the gang.


Vancouver Winter Preparedness Plan: The City of Vancouver is unveiling what it plans to do if it snows this winter.


Learning About Planets Near & Far: Astronomers are bringing us closer to the stars with pictures from far away galaxies and an upcoming visit to Mars. Kat Kelly with the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre tells us what it all means to us here on Earth.


How To Make Your Own Kombucha: Ian Lai returns with tips on making your very own homemade kombucha!


Cooking With A Harlem Globetrotter: He’s not just a superstar on the court, he’s also one in the kitchen! Jet Rivers makes a pasta dish while showing some skills.






Tuesday, November 20th 2018

Prosecution To Appeal Acquittal Of Canadian Cops In Cuba:  A pair of Vancouver-area police officers acquitted of sexual assault charges in Cuba can’t return to Canada just yet–the prosecution is appealing the acquittal. Isabelle Raghem reports.


Ride-Hailing Legislation Introduced: Ride-Hailing legislation has now been introduced in B.C. Tom Walsh explains what this means, and when we can expect UBER & Lyft in the province.


Delta’s James Paxton Traded To The Yankees: Sportnet 650’s Scott Rintoul explains what this means for sports fans!


Growing Concern Over Sturgeon Population: Concern is growing for B.C.’s sturgeon population. Travis Prasad explains why.


Five Things About Debt You Don’t Know: Blair Martin explains five things about debt that you don’t — but should — know. November is Financial Literacy Month, so we’re studying up.



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