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Show Notes

Wednesday, March 6th 2019

Huawei Exec Due Back in Court: Meng Wanzhou may learn the date of an extradition hearing to the U.S.


‘Anita Place’ Protestors Speak-Out In Maple Ridge: Dozens of protestors at a homeless camp in Maple Ridge say they are fed up with how police are treating the people who call ‘Anita Place’ home. Isabelle Raghem is LIVE from the scene.


Search Continues For Driver Who Injured Officers In Burnaby: The search continues for the driver accused of seriously injuring two police officers in Burnaby Monday afternoon and speeding away from the scene. Travis Prasad tells us the one officer is now recovering at home.


Perfect Season For Semiahmoo Totems: The Semiahmoo Totems capped a perfect 40-0 season with a championship title. We meet the team!


Opening Up In The Delta Police Podcast: Delta Police have released their own podcast opening up about the struggles they’ve faced on and off the job. It’s called ‘Bend Don’t Break’ and some pretty amazing stories have been shared.


Achieving Good Gut Health: From battling yeast to probiotics, Dr. Sara Celik shares how you can support better gut health.



Tuesday, March 5th 2019

Hit and Run in Burnaby Injures Two Police Officers: As Greg Harper explains, the search is on for a suspect.


Relocating Vancouver’s 4/20 Rally: Vancouver City Council is set to discuss the location of this year’s 4/20 rally at Tuesday’s meeting. There are rumblings this event could head east to the PNE. Travis Prasad is getting reaction from people who live in the community nearby.


Signs Of A Stroke: Luke Perry was just 52. David Zura is speaking with a neurologist about prevention and warning signs when it comes strokes after the death of the ‘90210’ and ‘Riverdale’ star.


The Man Behind Spartan Race: He’s an ultra-marathoner, adventure racer and obstacle course mastermind who created Spartan Race nearly a decade ago. Now, Joe De Sena is launching a new grueling challenge: the mountain series. The seven-peak circuit comes to Whistler Sept. 14.


Women In A Changing Workplace: Friday marks International Women’s Day. We talk with HR expert Debby Carreau about women in a changing workplace.


Spotlight On Community Newspaper Photo Awards: We get the stories behind some of the best photojournalism of the past year. From spot news, portraits and sports, we see the incredible work of photographers who capture the stories of your hometown in work now nominated for a B.C. and Yukon Community Newspapers Award.


Reptile Adoption Tips: We welcome back the Reptile Rescue, Adoption and Education Society with some critters in need of forever homes.




Monday, March 2nd 2019

Closures on Lougheed due to Fortis Work: Expect a slower commute as the gas company works to replace some aging pipes.


Huawei CFO suing Ottawa, CBSA & RCMP: Huawei CFO Meng Wangzhou is suing Canada, our border agency CBSA, and our country’s national police force the RCMP. In a civil claim filed at the B.C. Supreme Court, she claims she was detained, searched and interrogated, before being told she was under arrest. Ashley Burr has the details.


Understanding Measles: Over a dozen people have been infected with measles since one family returned to Vancouver after having contracted the disease overseas. Seventy years ago, however, more than 15,000 people were infected at once across B.C., so what has changed since then in the treatment of measles and understanding how it works and why it is so infectious?


Tim Hortons’ Heartwarming “A Meaningful Gesture”: We talk to Mackenzie, a deaf teen from Toronto and her best friend Blair who are featured in Tim Hortons’ latest True Story: A Meaningful Gesture.


New Hair Care Favourites At Shoppers Drug Mart: Treat your tresses to the latest in hair care from Shoppers Drug Mart! Shop next-level dry shampoo, shower hair-styler smoothers (or an innovative grey concealer brush!) and find something New and So You. Get 10x the PC Optimum points on featured new products until March 22!


Friday, March 1st 2019

Wilson-Raybould’s Riding Reacts:  Jody Wilson-Raybould’s Vancouver Granville riding is reacting to her testimony surrounding the SNC Lavalin scandal.


Iconic Record Shop Closes Doors: Today is the last day of operations for Sikora’s Classical Records. After 40 years in business in Vancouver’s Gastown neighbourhood – it’s time to shut down. David Zura explains.


Thor’s Hammers: A Madea Family Funeral: Thor reviews the new comedy from Tyler Perry, ‘A Madea Family Funeral’.


Reshaping The Fashion Industry: ‘A Perfect 14’ explores the world of plus-size models fighting to reshape the fashion industry and the beauty standards of society.


Travis Lulay Reflects On 10 Years As A B.C. Lion: After announcing his retirement, Travis Lulay joins us to talk about 10 years with the B.C. Lions and his career as a pro quarterback.



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