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Show Notes

Monday, September 24th 2018

Cambie Businesses Brace For Planned Power Outage: B.C. Hydro needs to replace a more than 60-year-old power pole.


5 Ironman Triathlons In 5 Days: Meet the 1st Canadian to finish five Ironman races in five days. And he did it during a tropical storm. Chad Bentley is back from the Epic 5 in Hawaii. He shares his story.


Shoppers Drug Mart Top Picks For 2018: We look at the 2018 top picks at Shoppers Drug Mart and the products that made this year’s list, curated by the experts at Shoppers.



Friday, September 21st 2018

The Art Of Home: How to love the space you live in. Designer and Author of ‘The Art of Home’, Brian Gluckstein shares his finest tips.


Mom’s Night In: Mom’s Night – with the busy days of getting kids ready for school, work and the general stress – mom needs a break.


Thursday, September 20th 2018

Fall 2018 Gaming Preview : Victor Lucas looks at the gaming industry in Vancouver after Capcom shuts its doors, plus the big releases to watch out for this Fall.


The VSO’s New Music Director! The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is celebrating 100 seasons and we catch up with new music director and conductor Otto Tausk.



Wednesday, September 19th 2018

The realities of being a city councillor: With civic elections just around the corner, we’re chatting with Vancouver City Councillor George Affleck about balancing politics and a career, plus his fear of a low-voter turnout.


The Nitro Circus is coming! We step into the world of professional BMX riding. Australian BMX star, Todd Meyn joins us ahead of the Nitro Circus show at Rogers Arena next month. The tricks, the falls. We’ll cover it all with one of the world’s best riders.


Monday, September 17th 2018

8:20am News 1130’s Lasia Kretzel to Shave her Head for Charity: News 1130’s Lasia Kretzel hasn’t cut her hair in eight years. She shares the personal story motivating her to shave it all off for charity now. She launches her campaign raising awareness for mental health and Wigs for Kids on BT.


Friday, September 14th 2018

First Court Date For Man Charged In Marrisa Shen Murder: Ibrahim Ali is to appear in B.C. Provincial Court in Vancouver.


J50 Presumed Dead: The critically-ill orca known as J50 is believed to have died. Travis Prasad has the details.


VSB Reaches $75-Million Deal With BC Hydro: Coal Harbour will get a new school and the Lord Roberts Annex will be rebuilt in this unique deal.


Seniors & Pot In Washington State: They’re the new generation of cannabis users challenging old stereotypes. Tom Walsh travelled to Seattle to examine the pot industry there.


Local Birding Hotspots: Looking for a new hobby? Why not get outside and try some birding! Ornithologist and author Dr. Rob Butler returns with some local birdwatching hotspots.



Thursday, September 13th 2018

Surrey RCMP Looking For Missing Family: There is still no sign of a missing family of four from Surrey. Travis Prasad with the latest.


Massive Fire In Langley Continues To Burn: A large fire at a wood recycling facility is still burning, 3 days after it ignited. Greg Harper has more from Langley.


How To Keep Cats Safe With ‘Catio’ Spaces: The SPCA is holding a contest and the prize is a safe play space for your pet.


Community Engagement With Delta Police: Local policing relies heavily on patrol vehicles. But happens when crime occurs in areas where cars can’t get to? Thor Diakow heads to Tsawwassen to learn about a new approach in law enforcement.


The Legacy Of Terry Fox: He was a close friend of Terry Fox and played a vital role with The Marathon Of Hope. Bill Vigars takes a walk down memory lane with us as we near the 38th annual Terry Fox Run on Sunday.


Wigs For Sick Kids: Meet the inspiring brothers who have decided to cut their hair to make wigs for sick kids.


Mastering The World Of Darts: This Chilliwack 18-year-old won at the Canadian Youth Nationals and is now getting ready to head to England for the World Masters…we are happy to welcome Josh Wood to the show.




Wednesday, September 12th 2018

Wigs For Children With Cancer Stolen: Thousands of dollars worth of wigs have been stolen, the intended recipients were kids with cancer. Tom Walsh tells us police are appealing to the public to find the stolen goods.


Postal Workers Vote In Favour Of Strike: Canada Post workers may be walking off the job before the end of the month. Travis Prasad reports.


False Creek Residents Fed Up: Fed up with needles and debris being left in their neighbourhood park, False Creek residents are issuing a desperate plea for help. Isabelle Raghem explains.


Buying Pre-sale Condos: How do they work? Who’s buying? Where are they selling? Real estate expert Leo Wilk takes the mystery out of the pre-sale condo.




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