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Show Notes

Tuesday, November 6th 2018

Deadly Crash On Highway One: One person is dead after a dump truck slammed into a median in Surrey.


An In-Your-Face Approach To Cigarette Health Warnings: Health Canada says they’re undergoing a public consultation process right now that includes the option to print health warnings on each individual cigarette. David Zura explains.


Burnaby’s New Mayor: One of the shockers from the recent civic election happened in Burnaby with the defeat of Derek Corrigan, We meet the city’s new mayor, former firefighter Mike Hurley.


Breaking Down The U.S. Midterm Elections: We break down the key issues in the historic U.S. midterm elections with U.B.C. political science expert Eric Merkley.


Ways To Reduce Stroke Risk: Stroke is the third leading cause of death & the leading cause of adult disability in Canada. Dr. Scott Lear joins us with practical everyday ways you can reduce your stroke risk.



Monday, November 5th 2018

New West Apartment Building Evacuated: A hazmat scare forces residents from their homes.


Female Scientists Of Tomorrow: In the hopes of drawing more females to the field, November 1-7th 2018‬, has officially been named Women and Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Design, and Math week. Our reporter Ashley Burr meets some of the young female inventors leading the way in the field.


Real Estate Choices For Buyers: Romana King tells you what trends to stay on top of to narrow down a list of the best neighbourhoods for you. From commuter time to walkability to finding value across Metro Vancouver, she tells us about the latest housing hot spots and how you can work with your realtor to find this information on your own.


Cujo Gets Candid: We chat with NHL goalie legend Curtis Joseph about his unlikely rise to fame in professional sport.


Debunking Pre & PostNatal Myths: Exercise is possible and encouraged during pregnancy. We learn what women can do to stay healthy for themselves and their baby.



Friday, November 2nd 2018

Red Poppy Or White Poppy: It’s a case of the Red Poppy versus the White Poppy. Ahead of Remembrance Day, David Zura attempts to get to the bottom of the Canadian debate.


Translink Prepares for Winter: TransLink is out with it’s winter-weather plan. But how prepared is the Crown Corporation? Tom Walsh reports.


Welfare Cookbook Left Empty: The group behind the ‘Welfare Food Challenge’ is out with a cookbook of all the items you can wip up while living on welfare in 2018. Andrea Macpherson reports.


Thor’s Hammers: Bohemian Rhapsody & The Nutcracker & The Four Realms: Thor reviews the Freddie Mercury biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ plus drops the hammers on Disney’s ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’.


Riaz Gets Some Dad Advice: Riaz gets some awesome dad advice from fellow fathers!


Day One With A New Baby: It’s day one of your newborn’s life and you’ve just arrived home with the little bundle of possibility and poop. Now what? Soon-to-be dad Riaz Meghji talks with baby prep expert Kathleen Mochoruk about what new parents can expect.



Thursday, November 1st 2018

Rainfall Warning Issued For Parts of the Lower Mainland: Clear those storm drains because more than 70 mm of rain could come down.


Survey Shows Drivers Not Impressed: Drivers in Canada are getting worse at least that’s according to a new poll from Research Co. David Zura reports.


VPD Dog Bites 75 Year Bystander: Vancouver Police are apologizing after a 75 year old was mistakenly bitten by a police dog. Isabelle Raghem reports.


Jazzy B Visits BT: We sit down with bhangra superstar Jazzy B to talk about his new music and tomorrow’s live performance at Rogers Arena.


What You Need To Know About Winter Tires: Do you have winter tires on your vehicle? Are they the right kind? Are they in good condition? Is it the law to have them? All these questions add up to your safety. Automotive expert Bill Gardiner joins us with the answers.


Kicking Off Movember: Movember is upon us. Port Coquitlam firefighters join us for a shave down live on air! Find out how you can support Movember and men’s health.


What Every Infant Needs In A Nursery: A nursery needs several essentials like a crib and rocking chair. Added details make the room unique to your family and enhances the health and happiness of your newborn. Design expert Karla Dreyer has the details.





Wednesday, October 31st 2018

BT’s Special Halloween Opening: Cowabunga! The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles take over our set.


Halloween Science! We celebrate Halloween with a science twist thanks to Science World’s Brian Anderson!


Halloween Makeup Ideas: We get some handy last-minute makeup ideas for Halloween from the fine folks at JC Institute.


How To Make A Scary Pizza: Lombardo’s Pizzeria joins us with tasty tips on making the ultimate scary pizza!



Tuesday, October 30th 2018

Get Ready For More Spiders! We find out why warmer summers may be to blame for larger spiders that hang around longer! David Zura reports.


Vancouver Homes Flooded After Water Main Break: A 100-year-old pipe ruptures leaving basements flooded.


App Helps Vancouver Police Cut Bike Thefts: 70,000 bikes have already been registered in a city where 2,000 bikes are stolen every year.


Selling Gum For Art! What makes the best gum? Fresh taste? Extra popping? Bouncy chewability? We promise that’s a word. We hear from a Vancouver artist who worked with kids to make, test and review gum they’ll now sell. The main question behind their project: What’s art?


Walk Tall With B.C. Children’s Hospital: We learn about the amazing work being done by the Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction Program at B.C. Children’s Hospital.


What’s Next For The Blue Jays: The Red Sox win the World Series after a dominant season. What does this mean for the Blue Jays and their new manager, Charlie Montoyo? We talk to Rob Fai who calls games for the C’s and who you can catch next summer on Sportsnet radio and TV.





Friday, October 26th 2018

Lasia Cuts Off All Her Hair For Charity! It’s been about eight years since Lasia Kretzel last cut her hair. At first, it was a challenge to see if she could grow it as long as her mom once had it. But when her mother passed away, it became an opportunity to raise awareness.


B.C. Ferry Drags Fishing Boat: What a drag! Isabelle Raghem tells us everyone is okay after a B.C. Ferry snagged a partially submerged fishing net Wednesday off Vancouver Island.


Scientist Seals Himself In ‘Biodome’: How long would you last locking yourself in a 10×10 sealed dome? Andrea Macpherson has the story of a Comox scientist who put himself in danger, all in the name of climate change.


Vancouver Police Canine Calendar: They’re a tough, crime-fighting tandem. We meet Hawk and his human handler, Constable Brian Lequesne of the Vancouver Police Department.


Thor’s Hammers – Mid90s & Hunter Killer: Thor reviews Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s plus drop the hammers on the new action thriller Hunter Killer.


Port Moody Mayor-Elect Rob Vagramov: At 26, he will be one of Canada’s youngest mayors. Rob Vagramov has been elected to lead in Port Moody and we welcome him to BT.




Thursday, October 25th 2018

Gas Delivery Right To Your Driveway? With a growing number of gas stations shutting down across the Lower Mainland, one company is hoping to cash in. Andrea Macpherson explains how you could soon have fuel delivered right to your vehicle.


Christmas Cards For The Homeless: One North Delta woman is working to brighten the holidays for the homeless. Greg Harper tells us she’s collecting Christmas Cards for those who will have nothing under the tree.


DIY Halloween Costumes: Lifestyle expert Tina Barkley has surfed the web and tried her hand at some easy DIY costumes for some last minute inspiration!


Grow Your Own Garlic: It’s garlic growing season! We get some helpful tips and recipe ideas from the Richmond Food Security Society’s Ian Lai for growing your garlic garden.


Catching Up With Aleks Paunovic: He’s a busy guy! We welcome back Canadian actor Aleks Paunovic to chat about his most recent projects.




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