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Show Notes

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

More Close Calls On The Water: The weather is warming up and that means more people will be out on the water. David Zura is on a boat tour with VPD’s Marine Unit this morning – learning more about key areas in Vancouver’s harbour that recreational boaters need to be more aware of in order to stay safe. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/more-close-calls-on-the-water/

Reacting To The MMIWG Report: We welcome indigenous activist Lorelei Williams to react to Monday’s report on hundreds of murdered and missing Canadian women. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/reacting-to-the-mmiwg-report/

Raptors Fever In Vancouver: We look at what it would take to bring the NBA back to Vancouver with Arthur Griffiths. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/raptors-fever-in-vancouver-2/

Supporting The ‘Accessible Canada Act’: Rick Hansen supports the ‘Accessibility Canada Act’ and tells us why certain design features can be changed – at no inconvenience – because they present many inconveniences to some. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/supporting-the-accessible-canada-act/

Road Trip Tips For Kids: Parenting expert Kathy Buckworth returns with tips on beating the boredom when it comes to kids and road trips. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/road-trip-tips-for-kids/

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

Raptors Lose Game 2: Sportsnet 650’s Satiar Shah looks ahead to Game 3, coming Wednesday from Oakland right here on Citytv.
Canada’s Garbage Coming Back From Philippines: Ottawa is spending more than $1 million to bring trash and contaminated recyclables back from the Philippines so it can pay to burn it here in Metro Vancouver. How did the waste arrive in the first place and what should Canada – and Canadians – do to prevent this in the future?
Burn Survivor Gets New Lease On Life: Burnaby man Jesse Van Dok shares one incredible story of survival after he was electrocuted due to drug psychosis.
Vegetarian Grilling Tips: We’re firing up the grill again for a vegetarian feast with The Dirty Apron’s David Robertson.

Friday, May 31st, 2019

Holding Premature Babies Sooner: A simple redesign of some equipment at the Royal Columbian Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit means some parents of premature babies are able to hug them and hold them a lot sooner. Andrea Macpherson reports.
Push To Bring Surfing To Paralympics: It’s a push to bring surfing to the paralympics. Isabelle Raghem has the story of an adaptive surfer training right here in Vancouver.
Sitting Down With Jody Wilson-Raybould: We chat with Jody Wilson-Raybould about her decision to run as an independent candidate in the upcoming federal election, what she wants to deliver to her constituents, and if she’ll ever return to the Liberal Party.
Thor’s Hammers: Godzilla: King of the Monsters & Rocketman: Godzilla roars back onto the big screen and Elton John’s life story finally gets the big screen treatment. Thor drops the hammers on ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ and ‘Rocketman’.
Inspiring Kids Through Dance: Watch some fancy footwork and high-energy moves as ensemble dance group ‘Immigrant Lessons’ joins us with a preview of the Vancouver International Children’s Festival.
How To Reduce Food Waste At Home: Celebrity chef Bob Blumer gives us a much-needed lesson in food waste and how we can avoid it.
Soi Dog Helping To End Animal Cruelty: Soi Dog Canada Adoptions Manager Lisa Wagner shares how teams abroad are helping homeless animals find new families and are fighting animal cruelty.

Thursday, May 30th 2019

A Mother’s Plea For Missing Son: The mother of a missing Edmonton man who recently moved to the Lower Mainland – has issued an emotional plea for information to find him. David Zura tells us the family of 25-year-old Kristofer Shawn Couture hasn’t heard from him since January.
B.C. Launches Cell Phone Survey: Frustrated with your cellphone contract? News 1130’s Liza Yuzda tells us the B.C. government wants to hear from you as it’s launching a public questionnaire on cellphone contracts.
‘We The North’ On The West Coast: #WeTheNorth on the West Coast! Isabelle Raghem tells us ‘Raptors Fever’ has swept through Vancouver!
Improv Master Colin Mochrie: We catch up with the legendary Colin Mochrie and try our improv skills with the comedy master himself!
What You Need To Know About The Raptors: We break down the NBA Finals with Sportsnet 650’s Satiar Shah and Randip Janda.
Living In A Tiny House On Wheels: Could you make the dream of owning your own home a reality? Would you be willing to live in less than 300 square feet? We check out the ultimate in downsizing, the tiny house on wheels and find out what it takes to live in one.
The Art Of Illusion With Vitaly Beckman: Hailed as one of the most unique and innovative illusionists in the world, Vitaly Beckman’s acts are so astounding that he has fooled famous Las Vegas duo Penn & Teller in their hit TV show Fool Us. Most recently, Vitaly’s show was produced off-Broadway.

Wednesday, May 29th 2019

The Push For Eco-Friendly Sunscreen: A push is on for eco-friendly sunscreen to help protect the environment. Isabelle Raghem is finding out why we may soon see more of it stocked on store shelves.


How Dirty Money Affects B.C.: Peter German presented his “Dirty Money” report to Vancouver City Council on Tuesday morning. Earlier this month, his provincial report was released, establishing that over $5 billion was laundered through real estate transactions in B.C. last year alone.


Humanity’s Biggest Blind Spots: We speak with Ziya Tong, the author of ‘The Reality Bubble’.


Tech Trends: We head to Calgary and get the latest tech trends from Mike Yawney, including how Alexa is giving Amazon users more flexibility.


Protecting The Western Painted Turtle: The nesting habitat and survival of the Western painted turtle is under constant threat from invasive predators and urbanization. We meet two of the native-to-B.C. turtles and the lead wetlands biologist with Wildlife Preservation Canada.



Tuesday, May 28th 2019

Third Family Member Charged In Dhesi Murder: A third family member has now been charged in connection with the murder of Kiran Dhesi. Andrea Macpherson tells us her boyfriend, his mom and sister have all been arrested.


Ban Campfires In B.C.’s Backcountry?  A petition is in circulation to ban campfires in B.C’s backcountry. Ashley Burr explains.


Jody Wilson-Raybould’s Prospects As An Independent:  Former cabinet ministers Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott will seek re-election as Independent candidates in the fall election campaign. The MPs made their announcements at separate news conferences Monday morning in their ridings, nearly two months after being expelled from the Liberal caucus.


Living With Arthritis: It is Canada’s largest chronic health condition.  We learn more about living with arthritis, current treatments and how monies raised from the Walk for Arthritis support the 1 in 5 Canadians who are affected by the disorder.


Catching Up With Fred Penner: Ahead of his sold-out performances at the Vancouver International Children’s Festival, we catch up with beloved family entertainer Fred Penner.



Monday, May 27th 2019

Do Millennials Have A Chance At Vancouver Homeownership?  Mary Cranston is looking at which neighbourhoods are now being sought after.


Raptors Advance To NBA Finals: Sportsnet 650’s Satiar Shah looks ahead to the Raptors and Warriors series.


Home Is Where The School Bus Is: If you could renovate an old school bus into something a little homier, would you live in it? David Zura is speaking to a woman in North Vancouver who is doing just that.


Political Diplomacy In A Partisan World: The Art of Diplomacy: Strengthening the Canada-U.S. Relationship in Times of Uncertainty is a memoir by Bruce Heyman, the former U.S. ambassador to Canada, and his partner Vicki Heyman. The book examines the relationship between Canada and the U.S. and why diplomacy matters now more than ever.


The Science Of ‘Beyond Meat’:  From what it’s made of and how it tastes, to how it compares nutritionally and environmentally to beef. We get the science behind beyond meat, and we give it a taste-test.


Bike To Work Week Begins: Bike to Work Week begins Monday. We get a tune up just in time for spring and summer commuting.



Friday, May 24th 2019

Hotel Vancouver’s 80th Birthday:  We’re taking you on a tour back in time at the historic hotel.


Do You Know ‘Dave’ From Vancouver Island?  What do you do when you want to find a person named ‘Dave’ from Vancouver Island that you met in Europe 50 years ago, but can’t remember his last name?  Andrea Macpherson tells us you take to social media!


Public Consultation On New Surrey Police Force:  A public consultation is now underway on the new Surrey Police force. But Tom Walsh tells us many people who live there say they have some major concerns.


When Crows Attack: Dive Bombing crows are back! Travis Prasad has a warning about the ‘helicopter parents’ protecting their young.


Vancouver Too Pricey To Live?  What kind of talent is Vancouver missing out on? David Zura tells us outrageous housing prices may be keeping many people away.


Thor’s Hammers: Aladdin:  Disney gives another of its animated classics the live action treatment; Thor reviews ‘Aladdin’.


Making Fibre Fun!  She makes healthy living fun. The world’s funniest home economist and Cityline “regular” Mairlyn Smith joins us with some fibre rich and fabulous salad ideas perfect for your next picnic or bbq from her new book Peace, Love & Fibre.


The Science Of Transcendental Meditation:  In ‘Strength in Stillness’, Bob Roth breaks down the science behind Transcendental Meditation in a new, accessible way. He highlights how TM is a an effective and efficient way to reduce stress, access inner power, and build resilience.


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