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Show Notes

Monday, November 26th, 2018

Helping Families through the Vancouver Canucks: The Canucks 50/50 jackpot hits $1 million on Tuesday night. Head coach Travis Green and Alex Oxenham tell us how the proceeds help families in a major way.


“Obsessions” On Display At Richmond Museum: From stamps to coins to toys, people collect items of all kinds. Thor Diakow recently caught up with one Richmond woman whose love of a certain boy band is now on public display.


Purolator Mobile Quick Stop: We tour the brand new Purolator Mobile Quick Stop Truck which will make stops across the Lower Mainland. Find out how it makes your holiday shipping easier and how you can make sure your package gets to its destination in good shape.


Senate to Vote on Canada Post Back-to-Work Legislation: Our Greg Harper speaks to workers on the picket line in Richmond.


Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Migrant Caravan Lessons In The Classroom: A surrey teacher and her class have been tracking the migrant caravan through central America and Mexico. She brings even more to the classroom after visiting those migrants in Mexico City, where volunteers offered services and support in a “beautiful, startling” display of compassion.


King Tide On Vancouver Shores: What do rising sea levels mean for Vancouver? A king tide – the biggest swells we see all year – could hint at what’s to come for our shorelines. We tell you how you can help the city document the changes you see.


Black Friday Frenzy: One of the biggest shopping days of the year is upon us.


Thor’s Hammers: Creed II: Michael B. Jordan steps back in the ring! Thor reviews the boxing drama ‘Creed II’.


Wednesday, November 21st 2018

B.C. Officials Suspended Amid RCMP Probe: Drama is unfolding at the B.C. legislature. Tom Walsh caught up with former Premier and Attorney General Ujjal Dosanjh for more insight on what happened.


Hells Angel Member Found Dead In Maple Ridge: IHIT says Chad Wilson was a full-patch member of the gang.


Vancouver Winter Preparedness Plan: The City of Vancouver is unveiling what it plans to do if it snows this winter.


Learning About Planets Near & Far: Astronomers are bringing us closer to the stars with pictures from far away galaxies and an upcoming visit to Mars. Kat Kelly with the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre tells us what it all means to us here on Earth.


How To Make Your Own Kombucha: Ian Lai returns with tips on making your very own homemade kombucha!


Cooking With A Harlem Globetrotter: He’s not just a superstar on the court, he’s also one in the kitchen! Jet Rivers makes a pasta dish while showing some skills.






Tuesday, November 20th 2018

Prosecution To Appeal Acquittal Of Canadian Cops In Cuba:  A pair of Vancouver-area police officers acquitted of sexual assault charges in Cuba can’t return to Canada just yet–the prosecution is appealing the acquittal. Isabelle Raghem reports.


Ride-Hailing Legislation Introduced: Ride-Hailing legislation has now been introduced in B.C. Tom Walsh explains what this means, and when we can expect UBER & Lyft in the province.


Delta’s James Paxton Traded To The Yankees: Sportnet 650’s Scott Rintoul explains what this means for sports fans!


Growing Concern Over Sturgeon Population: Concern is growing for B.C.’s sturgeon population. Travis Prasad explains why.


Five Things About Debt You Don’t Know: Blair Martin explains five things about debt that you don’t — but should — know. November is Financial Literacy Month, so we’re studying up.



Monday, November 19th 2018

Toronto Blue Jays Legend Roberto Alomar: Retired Blue Jays infielder Roberto Alomar joins us to talk about Toronto’s latest moves and their new manager, fellow Puerto Rican Charlie Montoyo.


Free Parking Coming to Surrey Hospital and City Hall? Surrey City Council is considering two-hour free parking zones in several locations.


How To Make Mushroom Wellington: Celebrity chef and author Anna Olson shares her recipe for mushroom wellington from her new book.


Winter Wellness: Surviving Cold & Flu Season: No one has time to get sick! Dr Frank Silva ND discusses “Winter Wellness – Surviving Cold & Flu Season”. From digestive and immune support to natural solutions for low energy, sleep concerns, or high stress levels, Dr. Silva will share insight on the foundations for achieving optimal, whole body health to get you through Cold & Flu season unscathed.


Viral Video Explains The Referendum: Trying to make learning about proportional representation fun seems like an oxymoron right? Well sprinkle in a clumsy toddler and a Pomeranian and you may just change your mind. Ashley Burr has the story of the Vancouver filmmaker trying to get people more informed on the different voting systems.


Friday, November 16th 2018

Trash To Treasure: This Vancouver collector says he was a ‘hoarder before it was popular.’ Tom Walsh checks out the unique treasures that have been saved from the trash including a land line from 1905!!


Roadtrip Of A Lifetime For Terminally Ill Dog Born In B.C.: It was a roadtrip of a lifetime for a terminally ill dog born in B.C. Andrea Macpherson follows the 12 day trip that took one U.S. Mayor all the way to Vancouver Island.


Surrey LRT Project Suspended: The LRT Project has been suspended indefinitely in Surrey. Travis Prasad explains what this means for transportation in the region.


Thor’s Hammers: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of  Grindewald & A Private War: Thor reviews ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ plus drops the hammers on ‘A Private War’ with Rosamund Pike.


Home Safety: From carbon monoxide awareness to choosing a smoke alarm, Kidde Safety Expert Sharon Cooksey shares her tips on staying safe at home.


A Simple Test For HIV: There is a quick, simple and painless test you can take today to screen for HIV. Prince Harry did it recently. We do it today. You can go anytime.


How An App Can Help With Renos: Television host & DIY expert Bryan Baumler shares some helpful info.



Wednesday, November 14th 2018

Canada Post Suspends Delivery Guarantees: Concerns are growing over the Canada Post dispute as it suspends delivery guarantees. David Zura reports.


You Have On Average 3 Minutes To Escape A Fire: It’s a pretty scary statistic.  Vancouver Fire & Rescue say you have about 3 minute to safely get yourself out of a burning building. Andrea Macpherson tells us that’s down from more than 10 minutes a couple of decades ago.


Journey To The Bottom Of The Sea: It’s the adventure that will reignite the childhood explorer in you! Tom Walsh reports Aquatica, a Vancouver based submarine company, is launching an exhibition to chart the largest sea sinkhole in the world!


Nothing But Net In The West End: A neighbourhood mom has taken it upon herself to replace the nets at a school court.


New Artists At Culture Crawl: Now in its 22 year, the Eastside Culture Crawl welcomes thousands of visitors to more than 500 artist studios and workshops. New this year – workshops and live demonstrations by artists, including chainsaw woodworker Jesse Toso.

How To Price Your Home For Sale: Too high and you could turn prospective buyers off. Too low, won’t necessarily prompt a bidding war. Realtor Leo Wilk reveals how the pros do it: how realtors determine the price of your home.

Friday, November 9th 2018

Pinning Poppies For 27 Years: 27 years of Poppy-Tagging and she hasn’t missed a single day of work. Andrea MacPherson shares the story of 80 year old Patricia Erfle and why this cause is so close to her heart.


Bear Makes Midnight Oil Heist: This Port Coquitlam bear is behind a midnight oil heist. David Zura catches up with one homeowner who caught the creature drinking from his deep fryer on tape.


Why We Remember: On Sunday, we remember and recognize the contributions and sacrifices our veterans have made.  Cam Cathcart, Director of Ceremonies for Remembrance Day at Victoria Square and Retired Canadian Forces Veteran Jim Stanton join us to talk about the importance of supporting veterans of all ages.


Thor Hammers: Boy Erased & The Grinch: Thor reviews the gay conversion drama ‘Boy Erased’ and, just in time for the holidays, drops the hammers on ‘The Grinch’.


Building The Perfect Cheese & Charcuterie Board: We are fast approaching the prime entertaining season. Whether you are bringing one to a party or you are preparing one for your guests, putting together a cheese and charcuterie board or a veggie board, is a party staple…you are a food stylist so you are a pro at this, can anyone do it.


Mangoes: A Slice Of Life: Executive producer and actor Adeel Suhrwardy gives us a sneak peek of OMNI’s “Mangoes: A Slice of Life,” which explores the life of South Asian millennials in Canada.



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