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Show Notes

Tuesday, April 30th 2019

Treetop Pipeline Protest: We check in with pipeline protestor Terry Christensen.


Vancouver Council Discusses Potential Tax Shift: A lot is being debated at Vancouver City Hall where council is discussing a potential tax shift from businesses to homeowners.  Travis Prasad explains.


Apartment Building Fire in Coquitlam: Dozens of people have been displaced.


Biking Everywhere As A Family: It started with cycle-touring around the world and led to one Vancouver family taking up the mode of transportation full time at home. David Zura reports.


Advocating For Muslim Prayer Space at UBC: “It is more than a room.” A permanent prayer space for Muslims is needed at UBC, and Tuqa Al-Shakarchi believes a vital, private and safe place to worship can also be a place where students build community, connect with resources and make friends.


DOXA Documentary Film Festival Returns: DOXA is back and we learn about what’s in store for this year’s documentary film festival.


Springtime Pet Photography: Tiptoeing through the tulips? Chasing cherry blossoms? Mud puddles for days? Starsky does it and makes it look good. The Dog Momager is back to show us the best ways to capture your pet on camera this spring.



Monday, April 29th 2019

Abuse Allegations Rock Whitecaps The Southsiders — the largest Whitecaps supporters group — have once again lead a fan walkout over ongoing misconduct allegations. We get the latest from NEWS 1130’s Martin MacMahon.


Bigg’s Orcas Return To Vancouver Waters Bigg’s orcas are marking their return to the South Coast as the transient orcas hunt abundant marine mammals. We talk to a researcher to understand if they’re here to stay and what this development may mean for resident orca whales and other species populations.


“Mom Truths” With Cat & Nat Social media sensations and hilarious best friends Cat and Nat join us to share embarrassing stories and brutally honest advice on the extremely real struggle of motherhood from their new book, Mom Truths.


Does The Latest Simpson’s Episode Go Too Far? The latest Canadian themed Simpson’s episode is raising some eyebrows over a reference made about people living in Newfoundland. Greg Harper explains.

Charlize Theron & Seth Rogen talk “Long Shot” Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron star in a new rom-com ‘Long Shot’ about an unlikely romance between a writer and a politician.

Charlize Theron & Seth Rogen talk ‘Long Shot’

Friday, April 26th 2019

Legendary Vocalist Dee Daniels We sit down with legendary jazz/blues/gospel singer Dee Daniels to preview Saturday’s Motown Meltdown at the Commodore Ballroom.


E-Bike Popularity On The Rise When it comes to electric bikes, it’s not all pedal power. Tom Walsh tell us the two wheeled trend is on the rise, and high gas prices may be the driving force.


Jessica Lucas talks new series “The Murders” Devo Brown sat down with Jessica Lucas, star of ‘The Murders’ to talk about her role as a female homicide detective. Tune into Citytv every Monday to watch Jessica in action!


Getting Close To Birds Of Prey A barn owl and roadside hawk stop by! Plus how you can get a behind the scenes look at OWL Rehab.


B.C Ferries Revamping Reservation System B.C. Ferries is revamping its reservation system. Travis Prasad is finding out what this means for travellers who rely on the route.


Thursday, April 25th 2019

Is Talking About Trauma Taboo For South Asian Families?  From bullying to sexual abuse at the hands of a martial arts instructor and watching his father struggle with alcoholism, Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is shining a light on the trauma he faced as a child growing up in Ontario. And Travis Prasad tells us some say his story is not uncommon in Canada’s South Asian community. The problem is – it’s just not talked about.


Oppenheimer Park Campers Compare Clean-Up’s To ‘Raids’: There are still dozens of tents at Oppenheimer Park in East Vancouver. Andrea Macpherson tells us despite a motion being passed by the city six weeks ago, not enough is being done.


Football Community Mourns The Loss Of Kato Kasuya: The long time equipment manager with the B.C. Lions has passed away. Scott Rintoul from Sportsnet 650 tells us more about the man who touched the lives of so many people.


Father And Son Complete Ultra-marathon In The Desert: Aaron and Jack Davison are back home after completing the grueling Marathon Des Sables.


Appraising The Value Of The New LGBTQ Coin: SFU Historian, Elise Chenier joins us to talk about the controversy and impact of the coin. Plus what it means to the LGBTQ community.


2019 Trend Spotting With L’Oreal Paris: A new hair colour is taking Hollywood by storm. Musicians, influencers and stars are dying their hair this unique shade. Teri Hart has more in Entertainment City.



Wednesday, April 24th 2019

Keeping Female Realtors Safe: A warning has been issued to female realtors in Greater Vancouver after reports of a strange man trying to meet with them alone. Andrea Macpherson explains.


LQBTQ2-Themed Loonie Minted: Not everyone is impressed by the colourful new coin.


41% Of People Have Had Lunches Stolen By Co-Workers: Ever had your lunch stolen by a co-worker? Ashley Burr tells us a new survey suggests 41% of us have!


Autism Training For First Responders: Not every call needs handcuffs. Port Moody Police receive Autism Training through the Canucks Autism Network.


Creating Canadian Content: Much of what we see on the big screen is created in Canada. BT Tech Specialist, Mike Yawney explores a Vancouver company specializing in special effects.


‘Mason’s Ocean’: Meet an incredible 11-year-old boy who is inspiring people to recycle.



Tuesday, April 23rd 2019

Breakfast Television Behind-the-Scenes Part One: Greg Harper is the tour guide for this rare look inside our studios.


Breakfast Television Behind-the-Scenes Part Two: Greg Harper is the tour guide for this rare look inside our studios.


Breakfast Television Behind-the-Scenes Part Three: Greg Harper is the tour guide for this rare look inside our studios.


Celebrating World Book Day: Just in time for World Book Day, we chat with Pulpfiction Books owner Chris Brayshaw, who says people are still buying up books in the digital age!



Monday, April 22nd 2019

Study Gives Hope For Kids With Peanut Allergies: A new study is giving hope to kids with peanut allergies. Isabelle Ragham is speaking with one family who may be able to benefit.


Mixed Reaction To 4/20’s Mark In Vancouver Park: What goes up must come down. On Sunday at Sunset Beach crews dealt with the aftermath of the largest 4/20 event in Canada. Ashley Burr has the round-up of how Vancouver’s greenest event went.


Tennis Popularity On The Rise In Canada: Thor Diakow heads to the Richmond Tennis Club to learn more about the sport and why its popularity is on the upswing.


National Infertility Awareness Week: Reproductive and Fertility Specialist, Dr. Niamh Tallon stops by and answers many questions surrounding infertility.


How To Get Rid Of Rats In Your Home: Rats. Vancouver has a lot of them. Pest control expert Mike Londry shares signs you have rats in your home and what you can do about it.


Solutions For Gardening In Small Spaces: Cityline gardening and landscape expert Carson Arthur shares his simple solutions for gardening in small spaces this spring, plus your chance to win a CRAFTSMAN Corded Lawnmower.





Thursday, April 18th 2019

Arguing For & Against 4/20: Is it a festival or protest? There are two sides to every story. Watch arguments for and against 4/20 with organizer Dana Larsen and Vancouver Park Board Commissioner John Coupar.


Metro Vancouver’s Worst Intersections: The new list is out and interchanges close to Hwy 1 are tops.


Walkout at #Whitecaps Game: Abuse concerns prompt the Southsiders to take action.


Thor’s Hammers: The Grizzlies: Thor reviews ‘The Grizzlies’, the compelling true story of a group of Inuit students in Canada’s Arctic who form a lacrosse team with help from their new teacher.


DIY Easter Decoration & Craft Ideas: Just in time for Easter we get DIY craft ideas from Karla Dreyer and her kids!




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