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Show Notes

Wednesday, October 17th 2018

First Person To Legally Buy Pot In B.C.: We speak to the woman at the front of the line at the new Cannabis Store in Kamloops.


Pot Protests Planned for Vancouver Art Gallery: Downtown will be bustling with those for and opposed to cannabis legalization.


Pot At The Airport: If you are flying internationally, leave your pot at home! Kyle Donaldson explains.


What Matters Most In Vancouver: Ahead of the civic election, we find out the key priorities in Vancouver. Mary Cranston reports.


Cannabis Law: What’s Legal Now: What’s 30 grams of weed? It’s what you’re now allowed to carry, but what does that look like? What about 1,000 grams? You can have that much at home, but just how much is that? Cannabis advocate and entrepreneur Damian Kettlewell shows us what’s legal.


Grow Your Own Pot Plants: How to grow your four legal cannabis plants. Nextleaf Labs president Tom Ulanowski shares all the tips you’ll need plus looks at essential equipment.



Tuesday, October 16th 2018

Winning Without Pettersson: Canucks fans are polarized over what happened in Florida after rookie sensation Elias Pettersson was driven against the boards and slammed into the ice. He has a concussion. No penalty was called on the play, but on Monday the NHL suspended Mike Matheson for two games. Was that the right punishment? The Canucks left with a win but did they need to leave a bigger message that no one can mess with their emerging star?


Police Preparing For Cannibis Legalization: Vancouver Police say illegal pot shops won’t be raided anytime soon.


What Matters In West Vancouver: Our coverage of this year’s civic election continues. This time, Greg Harper takes a look at the issues in West Van ahead of election day.


How To Stock Your Thai Pantry: The key ingredients you need to stock your Thai pantry so you can make all your restaurant faves! Pailin Chongchitnant takes us shopping to Vancouver’s only Thai grocery store.


Cold & Flu: Natural Ways To Help Prevent & Treat Them. From why staying hydrated is so important to how Jamieson Vitamin C & D helps support a healthy immune system, Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Allana Polo joins us with natural ways to help prevent and treat the cold and flu.


Monday, October 15th 2018

Trevor Linden Talks For First Time Since Leaving Canucks: “The writing was on the wall,” the former president tells Sportsnet 650 in his first interview since parting ways with the NHL club in July. He talks about the violent hit on Elias Pettersson and the role of enforcers in hockey today.


What Matters Most In Richmond: Our Mary Cranston is speaking to Mayor Malcolm Brodie about the coming election.


Vancouver Pot Shops Face Uncertain Future: To operate legally, they’ll need a license and many stores plan on staying open until they’re shut down.


The Vancouver Care Project: Rachel Way is a 17-year-old high school student from Burnaby private school, St. Thomas More, who reaches out to connect with people living a very different life than her in the Downtown Eastside. The Vancouver Care Project brings dignity to people experiencing hardship, homelessness and poverty. All it takes is a little care.


Slow Your Home: We welcome Brooke McAlary, author of ‘Slow: Simple Living for a Frantic World’, a timely and practical book offering strategies for adopting one of 2018’s most revolutionary movements: Slow Living.


Common Legal Mistakes Small Businesses Make: October is small business month and today we are talking about some of the most common legal mistakes small businesses make.



Friday, October 12th 2018

Prices At The Pump Near Record Highs: Gas hits $161.9 a litre after the natural gas pipeline blast near Prince George.


What Matters In New Westminster: Andrea Macpherson is speaking with Mayor Jonathan Cote about the key issues affecting the community ahead of the municipal election.


Vancouver Bike Theft Mix-up: I guess you could call it a massive case of confusion? Andrea Macpherson tells us a Vancouver man has recovered his stolen bike after it was taken from the Olympic Village on Tuesday. It follows this video of plain-clothed Vancouver Police officers standing by as the crime unfolded.


Thor’s Hammers: ‘First Man’: Thor reviews the new Neil Armstrong biopic ‘First Man’, starring Ryan Gosling.


Comedian Roy Wood Jr.: You’ve seen him on ‘The Daily Show’ and now we welcome comedian Roy Wood Jr. ahead of his Yuk Yuk’s Vancouver shows.


Catching Up With ‘The Soup Nazi’: He’s best known for one very special episode of Seinfeld, we welcome back Larry ‘The Soup Nazi’ Thomas!




Thursday, October 11th 2018

Three Arrested Following VPD Officer Assault: This video has been viewed thousands of times after a VPD officer was assaulted during a routine traffic stop on Tuesday night. Andrea Macpherson reports three people have been arrested.


UBC & BCIT Issue Alerts Due To Gas Shortage: As Greg Harper explains, the natural gas pipeline blast in Prince George is having an effect here.


Fall Foraging Safety: Fall means the mushroom hunt is on. But do you know a morel from a chanterelle and both of those from their false look-a-likes? All foragers should know what a death cap looks like because, as the name suggest, it can be deadly; botanist Mary Berbee shows us how.


Reptile Adoption Tips: We welcome back Val from Richmond’s Reptile Rescue, Adoption and Education Society with tips on reptile adoption.


Celebrating Persian Cuisine: Writer and actor Naz Deravian shares Persian recipes and stories of her family’s journey, from Tehran to Vancouver, from her debut cookbook ‘Bottom of the Pot’.



Wednesday, October 10th 2018

Tire Slashing Spree In Burnaby: Do you recognize these suspects? More than 105 vehicles have had their tires slashed in Burnaby, Isabelle Raghem has the details.


Escalator Issues Frustrate Commuters:  Seabus escalator issues are frustrating several commuters. David Zura has the details.


Tenants Still Struggling After Four-Alarm Blaze: This apartment at Nelson & Thurlow is now considered uninhabitable following a 4-alarm blaze last week. Andrea Macpherson is finding out dozens are now scrambling, having lost everything they own, trying to figure out what to do now, and where to live.


The Secret To Instagram Success: The secret to success on Instagram? Together Nat & Liv have more than five million Instagram followers. How they went from Langley to L.A., plus their best tips on how to grow your following.


All About Lacrosse! Is Riaz good enough to try out for the men’s national lacrosse team? We turn to Canada’s three-time world champ Curtis Dickson for guidance before the championship comes to Langley next year.


Best Of Bridge Weekday Suppers: The Best of Bridge ladies are back with another bestseller and 175 all new simple recipes with gourmet results for every night of the week! Today we’re in the BT kitchen making a yummy pizza braid!




Tuesday, October 9th 2018

Stranded Hiker Rescued On North Shore: As @Greg_Harper explains, a tourist from the U.K. spends a chilly night on Crown Mountain.


Houseplants That Are Tough To Kill: Don’t have a green thumb? Gary Lewis, from Phoenix Perennials, shows us five houseplants that are tough to kill.


Prepping For Baby! Countdown to Baby Meghji is on! Baby Prep Canada joins us to share the key tips first-time parents need to know before giving birth.



Friday, October 5th 2018

Man Accused Of Indecent Acts In Vancouver: Vancouver Police believe there may be more than 60 potential victims and witnesses. Travis Prasad has more on a man accused of indecent acts in Vancouver.


A 1,000 Pound Pumpkin In North Vancouver: Meet Ella, the 1000 pound pumpkin growing in North Vancouver. David Zura finds out how this gourd got so big!


Thor’s  Hammers: ‘A Star Is Born’ & ‘Venom’: Thor reviews Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s musical romantic drama remake of ‘A Star is Born’ plus drops the hammers on Tom Hardy’s superhero spinoff ‘Venom’.


World Teachers’ Day: On World Teachers’ Day we meet a teacher who takes a different approach to his work. Trevor Stokes builds his curriculum for inner city kids, around running. The powerful story of an inspiring teacher and one of his students.


Last Minute Thanksgiving Dinner Tips: Procrastinating on your menu for Thanksgiving dinner? Maybe you’ve just agreed to host one? Or perhaps want to serve something new with turkey? Chef Julian Bond has last-minute holiday dinner tips.






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