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Show Notes

Thursday, January 17th 2018

Gastown Eatery Closes Over A Rat: Viral video taken at Crab Park Chowdery is fake, say owners, but it’s cost them customers.


Cop’s Epic Swim-A-Thon For Cancer Patient:  Delta Police constable Kelly Seib swam the distance of a half-marathon, spending 12 hours swimming 900 laps and covering 22.5 kilometres. The officer took on this epic swim-a-thon in support of a 23-year-old cancer patient who needs life-saving surgery.


How To Feed Birds In Winter: Bring nature to your backyard by inviting the birds on over. Do it responsibly this winter by choosing suitable fatty foods, keeping feeders clean, and making sure spills don’t attract other wildlife.


2019 Design Trends: Into power pastels? What about the return of brass? Digging bold floral prints? Design expert Karla Dreyer ushers in 2019 with fresh trends in home décor and shows us easy ways to bring them home.



Wednesday, January 16th 2018

Decision: Gabriel Klein Will Stand Trial A decision has been made that the man accused of killing a 13 year old Abbotsford girl at her high school is fit to stand trial.


Call For Improvements To Deadly Surrey Intersection: There are calls for improvements to a deadly intersection in Surrey. Travis Prasad has the details.


A New Breath Of Life:  A double-lung transplant recipient is getting a second chance at life thanks to a donor. Tom Walsh is catching up with the man who was trapped indoors with an oxygen tank during B.C.’s smoke-filled summer.




Tuesday, January 15th 2018

Surrey’s Mayor Wants ‘International Stadium’: Surrey’s Mayor is calling for an ‘International Stadium’ at Bear Creek Park and not everyone is happy about it. Isabelle Raghem has more.


Deal Reached Between Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs & RCMP: RCMP are speaking in Surrey about their enforcement actions and discussions that took place in Northern B.C. last week with the Wet’suwet’en First Nation.  Tom Walsh explains.


Lockdown Drill Concerns:  The mother of a child who attends elementary school in Vancouver is frustrated that students are required to practice lockdown drills.  Travis Prasad tells us she believes the safety exercise could actually do more harm than good.


Legal Pot: Supply & Demand Issues:  With pot now legal in Canada, can the growing demand and high prices keep up with the current supply?


Eagles In Studio!  The results for the annual Brackendale Winter Eagle Count are out. We talk to OWL Rehab about the numbers and we get a chance to get an up-close look at a Golden Eagle and a Bald Eagle.


Activewear Trends: Whether you’re at the gym or running around town, look your most stylish with the latest activewear from Joe Fresh. Watch as Susie Wall shows us what’s on trend for 2019. To help you stay active and stick to those new year’s resolutions, Joe Fresh is offering 25% off using promo code JFSPRING25.




Monday, January 14th 2018

The Business of Bud:  The business of bud was on full display in Vancouver this past weekend. Ashley Burr explores the Cannabis Expo.


Vancouver’s ‘Brain Drain’:  According to some experts, Vancouver has a serious problem. It involves keeping educated and talented people here, instead of heading elsewhere for a more affordable lifestyle. Ashley Burr explains.


How You Can Replace Plastic Bags:  Plastic bags are being banned in cities around the world. We show you alternative, plastic-free ways to bring your shopping home and then take the wraps and scraps out to the trash, again without relying on plastic. What other trash can you cut back on? We show you how to do a waste audit.


New Drone Regulations:  Transport Canada’s new drone regulations take effect June 1st. What does this mean for drone users?



Friday, January 12th 2018

Marathon Swim Success:  A Delta Police officer finishes a 12-hour swim for a great cause.


Fairness In The Washroom: One Douglas College instructor is lobbying school boards across B.C. to introduce free tampon and pad dispensers in all public schools. Tom Walsh reports.


Roosters Cabaret Closing in Pitt Meadows: You have until January 20th to enjoy the classic country and western bar.


Thor’s Hammers: The Upside & Vox Lux: Thor reviews the new comedy-drama ‘The Upside’ with Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart; plus Natalie Portman plays a school shooting survivor-turned pop star in ‘Vox Lux’.


First Aid For Pets: We learn the three things you should have in your pet’s first aid kit and meet two dogs looking for a forever home when the BC SPCA joins us on the show!



Thursday, January 10th 2018

To Talk Or Not To Talk?  Do you answer your phone in the bathroom? You might not be alone. David Zura is discussing toilet talk with an etiquette expert.


Delta Cop Doing 12 Hour Swimming Marathon:  Delta PD Const. Kelly Seib is raising money and awareness for a good cause.


Blowing Glass For Science: From the thermometer to the lightbulb to radio and even computers. Some of the most important scientific discovery has been made with glass tools shaped by fire and human breath. The work is still done today. We meet a scientific glassblower who’s active in the lab at SFU.


Baby Tech: From sleep monitors to no touch thermometers, tech journalist Akash Sablok shows us the latest in baby tech.



Wednesday, January 9th 2018

Cannabis Culture Closing Three Stores: Three more illegal pot shops are closing down in Vancouver at the end of the month.


Yoga and Snakes!  Need a quiet workout buddy? One local studio is offering something a little different.


Building Bikes For People In Need:  ‘Pedals for the People’ is an organization working to build bikes for those in need. Isabelle Raghem is checking out this volunteer run organization.


Analyzing Trump’s Primetime Address: SFU political scientist Andy Hira looks at the implications of U.S. president Donald Trump’s primetime address.


Life As A Pet Detective: Meet the pet detective who found a dog in Richmond that was missing for over a month.


How To Pack For A Family Trip: Travel expert Claudia Laroye shares essential travel packing tips for the whole family.




Tuesday, January 8th 2018

Another Plastic Bag Ban?  Victoria already does this and now it looks like the District of Saanich is considering joining in the plastic bag ban. David Zura is finding out if other cities should follow suit.


Wooden Coaster #1 In Canada!  BC’s iconic Wooden rollercoaster has made it into the top 25 Wooden coasters in the world, and no.1 in Canada.  Tom Walsh took a ride last summer to find out how hair raising it really is!


Food Guide Makeover Creates Debate:  Plant-based foods expected to get major boost.


Travellers Heading to U.S. Advised to Get to Airport Early: TSA staffing issues caused by government shutdown creating headaches.


2019 Real Estate Predictions: What does the year ahead hold for real estate in B.C.? Joannah Connolly with Glacier Media’s Real Estate Division, rounds up the expert opinions on sales prices, mortgage rates and more.


Caring For An Aging Cat:  Mr. Pirate is back in studio as we’re joined by the senior feline and veterinarian Uri Burstyn to learn about caring for older cats.


What’s Next For Canadian Tennis Talent?  Bianca Andreescu has made a statement be knocking off some of the top women’s tennis talent. What does her breakthrough tell us about the state of tennis in this country and what will the 2019 season bring for Canadians on the international circuit.



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