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Show Notes

Thursday, October 4th 2018

Not Enough Salmon For Endangered Orcas: Concern over salmon supply is sweeping the Pacific Northwest. Andrea Macpherson tells us environmental groups are holding protests, and some restaurants are even starting to limit menu items.


B.C. Breast Milk Bank Looking For Donors: The B.C. Breast Milk Bank is looking for donors. Mary Cranston has the details.


Will You Get A Flu Shot: The BCCDC suggests we are in for a mild flu season. David Zura is finding out if you will get a flu shot.


Sportsnet 650’s Predictions For The Canucks: How will the Canucks do this season? Sportsnet 650’s Scott Rintoul and Andrew Walker weigh in.


Sports Celebrities Festival: We celebrate the power of sport and the human spirit when Vancouver Canucks Forward Brandon Sutter and Special Olympics Athlete Christian Burton join us to talk about the 20th annual Sports Celebrities Festival which has raised more than $5.4 million in support of Special Olympics B.C. and the Canucks for Kids fund.


The Pocket Butler’s Guide To Travel: From who gets the armrest on either side of the middle seat to why you should photograph your luggage, Charles the Butler shares indispensable travel tips from his latest book, ‘The Pocket Butler’s Guide To Travel’.


Healthy Leaders Perform Better: Meet an executive who lost 40 pounds, and how her weight loss journey has helped be a more effective leader. Plus, the man who coached her shares how you can do the same.






Wednesday, October 3rd 2018

Canucks Home Opener: What can we expect from a young, new team? Sportsnet’s Irfaan Gaffar introduces us to the Canucks youth movement as the new season gets underway.


Finding Big Country: Vancouver Grizzlies NBA Star Bryant ‘Big Country’ Reeves vanished 17 years ago, and no one has been able to find him since. Local super-fan Kat Jayme set out to track down her childhood hero and tell the story of the forgotten legend in ‘Finding Big Country’.


Celebrating Good Deeds: Caroline Ouellette, Canadian national women’s ice hockey team and member of Canadiennes de Montreal shares how peewee hockey teams can enter to win $100,000 for a charity of their choice. chevrolethockey.ca Twitter: @ChevroletCanada


Viewer Design Dilemma Solved: Design expert Karla Dreyer resolves another viewer design dilemma.



Tuesday, October 2nd 2018

Park Board To Offer Booze At Vancouver Beaches: A beer and wine pilot project will be happening at English Bay and Kits Beach.


Canucks’ New Season: Vancouver Canucks Head Coach Travis Green talks about the youth movement & what’s in store for the new season!


Avoiding The Minimum Payment Trap: Worried about your credit card debt? Blair Mantin, from Sands & Associates, joins us for tips on how to avoid the minimum payment trap.


Fall Fashion Trends For Women From Joe Fresh: Style Expert Susie Wall drops by the BT studio to show off the latest in Fall fashion trends from Joe Fresh. Get your fresh Fall looks this season, using promo code JFFALL at joe.fresh.com until October 16.




Monday, October 1st 2018

Suspected Dog Poisoning In North Vancouver: Signs have been pinned to trees warning dog owners.


Iconic Vancouver Restaurant Turns 50: Kobe is celebrating a special anniversary in the heart of the city.


Teaching Kids About Science: How early can you start teaching kids about science? Bestselling author and quantum theorist Chris Ferrie says it’s never too early! He joins us to talk about his book series.


Fall Health Tips For Dogs: Fall has arrived; what does that mean for your dog? The BC SPCA joins us to talk about fall health tips for dogs and we meet a fuzzy buddy looking for a forever home.



Friday, September 28th 2018

New ICBC Fees Or Hidden Rate Hike: Who are you sharing your car with? Friends? Family? Well, if it’s someone who’s just learning how to drive or someone who’s unlisted — you could end up paying more for car insurance. Travis Prasad reports.


How To Keep Dirty Money Out Of Real Estate: BC’s Finance Minister says people shouldn’t be competing for homes with those using the profits of criminal activity. Andrea Macpherson tells us, that’s why the province says it is appointing an expert panel to investigate what effect money laundering is having on the real estate sector.


Harvest Glow Opens In Langley: Fall has exploded in Langley! Tom Walsh shows off ‘Harvest Glow’ which is more than an indoor pumpkin patch.


Remembering Rob Stewart: We look at the legacy of filmmaker and biologist Rob Stewart, in the wake of his tragic death last year, and how ‘Sharkwater Extinction’ furthers his important message.


NBA Players In Vancouver! Four-time NBA all-star Shawn Marion joins us to talk hoops, the Toronto Raptors, and how you can experience the NBA in Vancouver this weekend.



Thursday, September 27th 2018

West End Renoviction Rally: They say they are being renovicted illegally as their West End landlord looks to make repairs to their building. Tom Walsh is there.


Vancouver’s Empty Storefront Crisis: A spike in vacant shops spotted in Vancouver is hard to miss, but Isabelle Raghem tells us the issue isn’t just limited to the downtown core.


New Chapter For Iconic Vancouver Library: A major expansion to the Vancouver Public Library’s flagship branch opens to the public this weekend. Travis Prasad tells us even if you aren’t a big reader, there could be something for you!


OWL Rehabilitation Society: Ahead of the OWL Rehabilitation Society’s Raptor Rendezvous fundraiser, we get a visit from Sarah, a barn owl & Cricket, a boobook owl!


CIBC Run For The Cure: Ahead of the annual run that raises awareness and money for breast cancer research, find out how the money raised has helped with treatment, prevention and understanding.



Wednesday, September 26th 2018

New Invasive Bug In Town: There’s no way to know exactly how it got here, but there’s a new invasive species in town and David Zura tells us efforts are underway to contain the bug before it starts to do damage.


Overt Racism On The Rise? It’s the latest evidence of racism in Canada circulating on Social Media. A B.C. realtor sharing this anonymous letter she received by mail. Isabelle Raghem reports.


Raptors In Vancouver: Jama Mahlalela talks Raptors training camp in Vancouver, his new role as coach of the Raptors 905, and the upcoming basketball season.


The Ketogenic Diet – What You Need To Know: It is one of 2018’s trendiest diets, but does it work? We learn about who might benefit, who should skip it and how to do it safely and effectively when Registered Dietitian Desiree Nielsen tells us what you need to know about the ketogenic diet.


Is Your Child Stressed Out? Dr. Shimi Kang shares how to recognize the signs and ways to help.



Tuesday, September 25th 2018

Legalizing Pot – Are We Ready? Pot policy expert Rielle Capler examines the issues surrounding the legalization of marijuana in Canada as we ask – are we ready?


Challenging Medicine’s Status Quo: We speak with Dr. Michael C. Klein and learn how he defied the medical establishment to create safer, and more autonomous, medical practices for women in B.C.



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