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Show Notes

Tuesday, February 12th 2019

Capping Experts In ICBC Injury Claims: A change to our legal system has been announced in an effort to address losses at ICBC. But Andrea MacPherson tells us some concerns are being raised about how this could have an impact on future injury claims.


What To Expect From The Throne Speech: News 1130 legislative reporter Liza Yuzda joins us with what to expect ahead of the throne speech.


Exploring Culture Through Food:  We explore culture through food when Moosemeat & Marmalade co-hosts Art Napoleon and Dan Hayes join us in the BT kitchen to prepare Arctic Hare with Wild Rice Salad as they talk about the start of the fourth season of their APTN show.


Walt Disney World Resort Travel Tips: Tired of the snow? Dreaming of getting away from it all? Canadian Disney Parks Moms Panelist Lynne Chlala gives us some Disney World Resort in Florida Travel Tips.


Monday, February 11th 2019

Grammys Fashion Recap:  Style blogger Samantha Sito gives us a fashion recap, the morning after the Grammys.


Youngest Canadian To Climb Seven Summits:  Liz Rose is the youngest Canadian to climb the Seven Summits, including Mount Everest. By the time she was 26, the Vancouver mountaineer had scaled the tallest peaks on each continent, including Antarctica.



Friday, February 8th 2019

Suspended Legislature Officials Respond To Allegations:  Sergeant-at-Arms Gary Lenz and Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Craig James have now released statements in response to the all-party legislative committee surrounding the spending allegations against them.


Transparency In Government:  We get the latest on the scandal rocking the B.C. legislature with former Vancouver city councillor George Affleck.


Fires Scorch Two Pitt Meadows Farms:  Greg Harper reports on separate fires, one at a dairy farm and another at a former nursery.


Birdie Birth Control:  Why birth control is now being used to help reduce the pigeon population near the Commercial Drive SkyTrain station. David Zura explains how the automatic bird feeder will dispense the contraception.


Thor’s Hammers: The Lego Movie 2 & Cold Pursuit: The gang’s all back for more fun in ‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ plus Liam Neeson returns for a new action thriller, ‘Cold Pursuit’.


Super Cold Science!  You think it’s cold in Vancouver? We check out the awesome science that happens when things get REALLY cold when Science World joins us on the show!


Wednesday, February 6th 2019

Winter Weather Brings Safety Warning:  Greg Harper is at Trout Lake with a reminder why to stay clear of thin ice.


Cryptocurrency Conundrum!  He took his password to the grave and now one Vancouver-Based cryptocurrency exchange owes its customers almost $200 million after its CEO passed away. Andrea Macpherson tells us he was the only person with access to the digital funds being stored!


New Gas Pipeline Fight:  It’s a plan that’s creating tension between Fortis B.C. and the City of Coquitlam. Isabelle Raghem tells us a public information session is now underway over the upcoming construction of a new pipeline under Como Lake Avenue.


Hockey Day In Canada Preview:  Sportsnet is heading to Saskatchewan this Saturday to celebrate the 19th annual Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada – Canada’s biggest single-day hockey celebration. This year’s broadcast focuses on courage – a fitting theme in a province known to thrive in the face of adversity.


Looking Ahead To Burnaby South’s First Debate:  The Burnaby by-election later this month has seen controversy, polarizing candidates and a yellow vest protest. We catch up with Burnaby Now reporter Kelvin Gawley for the latest and what it foreshadows for the federal election.


Tech Trends:  Mike Yawney joins us with the latest tech trends.


Maximizing Your Time In The Gym: Can you get a good workout done in 30 minutes? Innovative Fitness shares the best ways to maximize the time you spend in the gym.


The Latest In Boating Trends:  The 2019 Vancouver International Boat Show is back for its 57th year. Today we show you an affordable inflatable boat that can be unpacked and stored in just five minutes!



Tuesday, February 5th 2019

Child Injured By Pellet Gun In Surrey: A Cloverdale mother is speaking out after her 12 year old son was shot several times by a pellet gun while sledding in a park. Surrey RCMP are now looking for two suspect.


B.C. Place Could Soon Have A New Name:  Greg Harper reports from outside the stadium, getting reaction and canvassing for suggestions.


Tracy Moore Calls Out Bodyshamers: A photo of Cityline host Tracy Moore went viral last month, sparking a conversation about racial discrimination and gender profiling. Tracy joins us from Toronto to talk about her personal and professional experiences as she calls out cyber-bodyshamers.


Distracted Pedestrians Causing Concern: Concern is growing over distracted pedestrians after a woman was hit by a vehicle in Surrey on Sunday. Travis Prasad tell us she may have been looking at her phone while she was crossing the street.


A Trip Through Vancouver’s Chinatown: We celebrate the Lunar New Year with a tour through Vancouver’s historic Chinatown district.


Lunar New Year Food: The Spring Celebration welcomes the new year full of abundance, health and happiness – and embraces food as a metaphor for everything good in life. Culinary tour guide Robert Sung joins us to explain the rich and tasty symbols of the Lunar New Year.



Monday, February 4th 2019

First Blast of Winter Weather:  Some major windchills expected in the Fraser Valley today.


Vancouver Church Begins 2 Year Pilgrimage: The doors of Vancouver’s iconic St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church are now closed to the public for two years. Opened in 1933, the 86-year-old church is in need of some upgrades, but that doesn’t make it any easier for those attending the church’s last service on Sunday to say goodbye. Ashley Burr has the story.


Local Singer-Songwriter Victoria Anthony Debuts New Single: Dreams came true for 13-year-old local singer Victoria Anthony when she sang with Pink last year; now she’s back with a brand new single!


Burn Awareness Week:  They are the third leading cause of injury related hospital admission for children and in the majority of cases they are completely preventable. We look at the common causes of burns and scalds and how to prevent them, plus we talk to a young burn survivor.


First Date Tips: We get dating advice from professional matchmaker and dating expert Krystal Walter.


Nutella Pancake Art With Nathan Shields: Pancake art with Nutella is easy and adds fun to your breakfast routine not to mention a tasty breakfast the whole family will enjoy.





Friday, February 1st 2019

Manhunt in Surrey Continues: Police are looking for Daon Glasgow in connection to the shooting of a transit officer.


Saving The Life Of A Stranger: 2018 was a record year for transplants in B.C. Andrea Macpherson has the story of a man who gave his kidney to save the life of a stranger.


Honouring Black History: We honour Black History Month with the founder and co-curator of VIFF’s annual Black History Month film series.


Back From The Brink:  North Vancouver firefighter Erik Bjarnason battled back to work after losing his fingers, but has also battled depression and stigma. After seeking help from a support program, the 30-year firefighter is about to retire with renewed hope, a commitment to help others, and a new hand.


Super Bowl Debate:  Is it OK to hate Tom Brady? Would you ask Bill Belichick for a selfie? Who wins? We ask these and other important questions about the Super Bowl.


Thursday, January 31st 2019

NDP Wins Crucial Nanaimo By-Election: News 1130 reporter Liza Yuzda joins us to unpack the Nanaimo by-election and what the results mean for the government and each of the parties in the Legislature.


Langara Golf Course Tree Vandalism: Up to 50 trees have been vandalized at the Langara Golf Course. Travis Prasad tells us many have had their tops chopped off.


Richmond Neighbours Take On YVR: A Richmond neighbourhood says YVR is destroying a greenspace that has existed as a buffer zone between airport operations and the community of Burkeville since the 1940’s. David Zura tells us YVR wants to cut down trees, and build a giant plant for cargo aircraft.


Back From The Great Blue Hole: The new year has brought a time for reflection as Vancouver’s Aquatica Submarines celebrates a highly successful expedition to the ‘Great Blue Hole’ of Belize.


Super Bowl Snacks!  Food stylist Lisa Dawn Bolton shares amazing snacks inspired by the Rams and Pats. You won’t want to share!



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