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Show Notes

Tuesday, September 11th 2018

More Calls For Ride Hailing In B.C.: Isabelle Raghem is hearing more frustration over ride-hailing in this province.


9/11 Memorial Ride In Tsawwassen: A ride to remember those who died in the terrorist attacks ends with a gathering at the border.


Challenging Personalities At Work: They are energy vampires. HR expert Debby Carreau discusses the different types of challenging employees, how to work with them and what to do if you are one.


Vancouver Modern Home Tour: Looking to re-design your home with a more modern aesthetic? We find out which architectural and design details make a home “modern” when Western Living Magazine’s Anicka Quin gives us a sneak peek inside stunning examples featured in this weekend’s Vancouver Modern Home Tour.



Monday, September 10th 2018

Skookum Fest Aftermath: The clean-up continues in Stanley Park after the rock festival.


Local Invasive Species: From fire ants to knotwood – Gail Wallin, executive director of the Invasive Species Council of BC, looks at five invasive species having an impact on local ecosystems and explains what you can do about it.


Must Try Products From Shoppers Drug Mart’s List Of Top Picks From 2018: From new and innovative products to hidden gems, Lifestyle Expert Tina Barkley shares her must-try products from Shoppers Drug Mart’s list of Top Picks.



Friday, September 7th 2018

Alley Signs Saving Lives?  It’s signage that could potentially save lives. Isabelle Raghem has more from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.


Combating Social Isolation: Making friends isn’t always easy. Tom Walsh takes a look at a group looking to change that.


The Fight For Press Freedom: International Journalist and TEDx Vancouver speaker Mohamed Fahmy shares why activists are calling for two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar to be released and the outrage behind the sentence.


Thor’s Hammers – The Nun: Thor reviews the new supernatural horror thriller ‘The Nun’.


Degrassi High Reunion: We welcome original Degrassi High cast members Pat Mastroianni and Stacie Mistysyn to reflect on the show’s incredible lasting legacy.



Thursday, September 6th 2018

Most Dangerous Intersections For Pedestrians: Stats from ICBC show Main and Terminal to be the worst in the Lower Mainland.


Wildfire Smoke Causes Winery Woes: First they were hit by the Alberta wine boycott and then they were slammed by the smoke. Andrea Macpherson looks at how the B.C. wildfires affected visitor numbers and tasting rooms at some Okanagan Wineries this summer.


Lego Tribute To Historic Steveston: A man in Richmond is taking his love for his community to the next level, recreating his favourite buildings in miniature.


Previewing ‘Blood and Water’s New Season: ‘Blood and Water’ is set for a sizzling second season. We get all the details from stars Steph Song and Elfina Luk.


How To Get Grants & Find Scholarships:  Meet a recent university grad who put herself through school with the help of $50,000 in grants and scholarships. How she did it, and how you can too.


Brain Foods For Kids: Good nutrition is key to a child’s brain development. As kids head back to school this week, Registered Dietitian Karlene Karst shares the nutrients growing bodies and brains need and the foods that provide them.




Wednesday, September 5th 2018

World’s Worst Bus Stop In Pitt Meadows: A blog has listed a bus stop behind a traffic barrier on the Lougheed Highway as one of the top four worst in North America.


Should B.C. Ban Smartphones In The Classroom: David Zura looks into the issue as France puts out a full-on ban in the classroom.


Treating Head Lice: It’s that time of year again! Lice can be a pesky problem when kids go back to school but what can parents do about it? Lice Squad founder Dawn Mucci shares some helpful tips.


The ‘Burning Man’ Experience:  This temporary metropolis dedicated to art and community exists in the Nevada desert for just nine days. We speak to News 1130’s Bruce Claggett about his epic trip to Burning Man.



Tuesday, September 4th 2018

Grouse Grind Safety: Officials are reminding outdoor enthusiasts to be prepared before hiking the Grouse Grind. Isabelle Raghem has more.


UBC’s New Pot Policy: As part of our new series “The Marijuana Files,” we look at plans at the main campus to deal with legalization.


The Life Of A Tornado Chaser: We check in with professional adventurer Ricky Forbes to learn about the life of a tornado chaser.


Fitness Tips For A New Season: Check out some tips to help prevent injury plus build strength and cardio in time for ski season with Innovative Fitness.




Friday, August 31st 2018

Cancellations At BC Ferries: Two workers plunge into the water after an incident on the Spirit of Vancouver Island.


Extreme Bear Activity: Two North Vancouver trails have since reopened after a bear scare. David Zura explains.


First Avenue Fully Re-opened: Crews from Fortis and the City of Vancouver complete their summer-long construction.


Thor’s Hammers: ‘Juliet Naked’: Thor drops the hammers on Ethan Hawke and Rose Byrne’s new romantic dramedy ‘Juliet, Naked’.


Local Edible Plants: Richmond Food Security Society executive director Ian Lai returns with some tasty edible plants you can find in your own neighbourhood!



Thursday, August 30th 2018

Critics Win Court Battle Against Pipeline Construction: The Federal Court of Appeal has ruled the federal government failed to adequately consult with First Nations and other stakeholders before it approved the project.


Surrey’s Newest School Ready To Open: Greg Harper gets a sneak peek at the $55-million Salish Secondary in Clayton Heights.


Back-To-School Tech Gear: From iPads to backpacks, tech journalist Akash Sablok show us some of the latest gadgets and gear for back-to-school.





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