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Friday June 28th, 2019



Canada Day Preparations In Ottawa: We head to Ottawa to check in with BT Toronto’s Roger Petersen to learn about Canada Day festivities in our nation’s capital. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/canada-day-preparations-in-ottawa/



Thor’s Hammers – Annabelle Comes Home: She’s baaack! Thor reviews the new horror thriller ‘Annabelle Comes Home.’ https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/thors-hammers-annabelle-comes-home/



Celebrating Iconic Canadian Food: Nanaimo bars & ketchup chips! From their history to great places to enjoy them, we celebrate some iconic Canadian foods. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/celebrating-iconic-canadian-food/




Superpower Dogs: We catch up with one of the stars and the director of the new IMAX documentary ‘Superpower Dogs’. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/superpower-dogs/



Combating Plastic Pollution: We are hearing a lot about plastics and the impact they are having on our oceans. Learn how much is in our oceans, washes up on our local shores, and what it takes to collect it and recycle it. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/ocean-legacy-combating-plastic-pollution/

Thursday June 27th, 2019



Roberto Luongo Retires: Sportsnet 650’s Perry Solkowski breaks down what goalie Roberto Luongo meant to the Vancouver Canucks and our city.https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/roberto-luongo-retires/



Jason Priestley stop by BT: Canadian Actor and director Jason Priestley kicks off the 10th annual Moores Suit Drive and chats about the 90210 reunion. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/jason-priestley-stops-by-bt/



The 2019 Ocean Heroes Bootcamp is coming to Vancouver this weekend. 300 local and international youth activists from over twenty countries are collaborating to fight plastic pollution worldwide. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/2019-ocean-heroes-bootcamp/




Wednesday June 26th, 2019



Chatting with Burnaby’s Mayor: From pipelines to pot shops, we get an update from Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley about some of the things people are talking about in his city. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/chatting-with-burnabys-mayor/



The Hidden Costs of Travel:If you’re planning a trip and you want to make the most of your money and avoid the hidden costs of travel, that’s where our travel expert Winston Sih. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/the-hidden-costs-of-travel/



Tech trends: Tech expert Mike Yawney returns with news on fake Google businesses and a new Harry Potter mobile game. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/tech-trends-8/



European Inspired Summer Style: ‘Tis the Season. ‘Style By Sarai’ showcases European-inspired summer style ideas for the guys. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/european-inspired-summer-style/

Tuesday, June 25th, 2019



Hero Honoured For Helping Raptors Rally Victims: We hear the compelling story of a Vancouver man who helped the victims of a shooting in Toronto during the Toronto Raptors victory parade.  https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/hero-honoured-for-helping-raptors-rally-victims/



Canada Knocked Out Of Women’s World Cup: Heartbreak in France! Sportsnet 650’s Dan Riccio looks at Canada’s exit from the Women’s World Cup. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/canada-knocked-out-of-womens-world-cup/



Boom & Bust: The Resilient Women Of Telegraph Cove: We learn about a century of life in Telegraph Cove as told by the resourceful and resilient women who turned this isolated coastal village into a tight-knit community. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/boom-bust-the-resilient-women-of-telegraph-cove/


Monday, June 24, 2019



Transgender model Julie Vu dedicates her career to fashion, makeup, and changing perspectives on the many faces and facets of beauty. Canada’s representative at the Miss International Queen Pageant is poised to become the new face of an international beauty brand.

Modelling The Many Faces Of Beauty



In conjunction with a national, week-long news series on the state and consequences of hate, discrimination, and racism in Canada, we examine what’s being done about hate in our country.




Cityline’s Alternative Health Expert Bryce Wylde discusses three conditions that significantly affect men and their overall health and shows us the diet, lifestyle, and natural health solutions that can help.


Friday, June 21st, 2019

Catching Up With Shaggy: Shaggy has dropped new music, the dance hall track, “You,” which he says is the antithesis to his famous and cheeky hit about infidelity, “It Wasn’t Me.” And he just landed a Grammy Award for best Reggae Album for his collaboration with Sting. Yes, that Sting. He plays the River Rock Casino on Friday, June 21. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/catching-up-with-shaggy/

Thor’s Hammers: Toy Story 4 & Child’s Play: The gang’s all back! Thor drops the hammers on ‘Toy Story 4’ plus a toy gets terrifying in the ‘Child’s Play’ reboot. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/thors-hammers-toy-story-4-childs-play/

Vancouver’s Top Endangered Heritage Sites: Heritage Vancouver’s Top 10 most endangered heritage site list is released each year and represents the ongoing challenges that we face in creating a future for heritage in Vancouver. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/vancouvers-top-endangered-heritage-sites/

Trendspotting With L’Oreal Paris Expert Brennen Demelo: Celebrities are embracing the newest hair trend of the summer: Platinum Blonde. We chat with entertainment reporter Teri Hart and L’Oréal Paris Hair Expert Brennen Demelo in this edition of our L’Oréal Paris Trendspotting series. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/trendspotting-with-loreal-paris-expert-brennen-demelo/

Dragon Boat Racing Returns to False Creek: It’s a busy weekend on the water with the popular festival set to return. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/dragon-boat-racing-returns-to-false-creek/

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Surrey recovery home ordered to shutdown: Back on Track Recovery in Surrey has been around for three years. Staff have served more than 1,200 clients who have struggled with addiction. Next month, organizers say the program is going to be shut down, leaving dozens of people with nowhere to go. Travis Prasad has the story.https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/surrey-recovery-home-ordered-to-shutdown/

Improving your experience on transit: TransLink has revealed a list of more than 60 steps it will be taking to improve transit service. It’s part of the launch of a new customer experience action plan. Which can’t come soon enough for many passengers, who already have their own wish list of improvements. Isabelle Raghem has more. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/improving-your-experience-on-transit/

Saying goodbye to Vancouver’s Bayview elementary: Current and past students are taking a walk down memory lane at a historical Vancouver school that is set to be replaced. David Zura has the story. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/saying-goodbye-to-vancouvers-bayview-elementary/

9 things to do tonight to prevent theft: As things heat up we still need to lock up. Crime Stoppers is warning that thieves won’t be taking breaks over the summer. It has released a list of 9 things you should check at 9pm every night to deter robbers. Ashley Burr the details. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/9-things-to-do-tonight-to-prevent-theft

Many Vancouver cyclists not wearing bike helmets: Roads are busy, with cyclists, cars, and pedestrians all trying to get to their destination. Many riders seem to have decided to ditch the bike helmet, Greg Harper finds out why. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/many-vancouver-cyclists-not-wearing-bike-helmets/

What To Expect From The NHL Entry Draft: Hockey clubs gather in Vancouver this week for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, happening Friday at Rogers Arena. Who goes first? Is there one top choice? And who do the Canucks pick at no. 10? Jeff Marek has analysis. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/what-to-expect-from-the-nhl-entry-draft/

Vancouver International Jazz Fest Preview: We get the official preview of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival, which kicks off June 21, with Rainbow Robert. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/vancouver-international-jazz-fest-preview/

Harry Jerome Classic: Diane and Doug Clement are the backbone of athletics in B.C. The Olympians, coaches, and meet organizers join us to preview the Harry Jerome Classic and reveal the top five athletes you need to know. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/harry-jerome-classic/

Queer Arts Festival Preview: The Queer Arts Festival is here; we get a preview with one of the founders and a notable performers. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/queer-arts-festival-preview/

Berry Picking Season Arrives Early: We visit Krause Berry Farm in Langley. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/berry-picking-season-arrives-early/


Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

Fisheries Minister On Pipeline Approval: We sit down with Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, to discuss the approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/fisheries-minister-on-pipeline-approval/
Debating Both Sides Of The Trans Mountain Pipeline: Ottawa has approved the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. We hear two perspectives from Eugene Kung, with West Coast Environmental Law, and Independent Contractors and Businesses Association president Chris Gardner.
Driving The Growth Of Youth Basketball In Canada: The NBA and Basketball Canada are capitalizing on the hype of the championship Raptors and their supporters across the country to shake up youth basketball development with the introduction of a leadership council.
Rumana Monzur’s Remarkable Recovery: ‘Untying the Knot’ tells the powerful story of Rumana Monzur, the blinded survivor of a domestic attack in Bangladesh, and her courageous pursuit of a career in Canada. She is now practicing law right here in Vancouver. We hear from her ahead of the documentary’s Canadian premiere. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/rumana-monzurs-remarkable-recovery/
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