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Show Notes

Thursday, December 27th 2018

Kids’ Christmas gifts stolen in Langley: “First thing I thought was how are we going to tell our children that all their gifts are gone?” A Langley family is devastated after they say they woke up boxing day to find all their kids’ Christmas presents had been stolen. Ashley Burr has the story.


Donated Hockey Gear For Girls: A hockey gear lending library has been set up at Sir Charles Tupper Secondary in Vancouver for girls to get into the game. Andrea Macpherson is finding out it has so-far been a huge success.


Was Canada’s massive win fair play?  Sportsnet’s Irfaan Gaffar updates us after the first day of World Juniors.


Make-Ahead Breakfast Casseroles: The holiday cooking continues. If you have a house full of guests, Giulia Lombardo shows us how to prepare Make-Ahead Breakfast Casseroles.



Friday, December 21st 2018

Man Rescued From White Rock Pier: Stormy weather has wreaked havoc in White Rock. High winds left the pier broken in two – leaving one man with nowhere to go. Travis Prasad has the details.


Service Resumes At B.C. Ferries After Storm:  Sailings on all major routes cancelled yesterday.


Spiked Dog Vests To Prevent Coyote Attacks:  It’s much more than a fashion statement. Isabelle Raghem tells us these spiked vests could help save pets from being snatched up by coyotes.


Thor’s Hammers:  Mary Poppins Returns and Aquaman.


UGM Volunteer Inspires Others: UGM volunteer, Rick Sutton is inspiring others to give back.


Supporting Fellow Seniors At 90 Years Young: Meet, Ruth Gautschi. She is 90 years old and is using her positive energy to help other seniors.


Volunteer Grandfather To Three Children: Kehar Aujla is helping to fill a void in some very young lives. He does it all from the love in his heart.


Enhancing The Quality Of Life For Amputees: Steve Ziehr opted to have his leg amputated after a workplace injury. 30 years later, he now volunteers to support other amputees.


BT Gives Back with $15,000 in Prizes: We say “thank you” to four difference-makers and also to our at-home audience.



Thursday, December 20th 2018

Call For Blood Donors: 3 year old Aubrey was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at just 18 months old. But now Andrea Macpherson tells us she is thriving and thanking blood donors in Vancouver.


SFU’s Head-Turning Xmas Tree!  This Christmas Tree is turning heads at SFU. David Zura is catching up with one glass-blowing chemist who made it all possible!


World Juniors Around The Corner:  Retired NHLer, Kyle Wellwood joins us with some impressive hardware as he reflects back on his time at the World Juniors in 2003.


Canada’s Smartest Person Junior: We chat with West Vancouver’s Matthew Yu to talk about his experience competing to be ‘Canada’s Smartest Person Junior.’


Bringing Style To Your Soiree: Style expert, Jason Sarai stops by to share tips on how to style it up this holiday season.



Wednesday, December 19th 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Girl Attacked By Dog In Vancouver: A 3-year-old girl has been taken into surgery at B.C. Children’s Hospital after she was attacked by a dog in East Vancouver. Tom Walsh is getting reaction from her mother and neighbours who witnessed the incident.


Task Force Calls For Safe Drug Supply: The Opioid Emergency Task Force is calling for a safe drug supply in the City of Vancouver. Andrea Macpherson tells us that is part of 23 recommendations made in its first report.


7 Rehabilitated Seal Pups Released!  7 rehabilitated seal pups have been released into the wild! David Zura has the details!


Christmas Dinner Side Dish Ideas: With Christmas dinner right around the corner, we welcome back chef Angie Quaale with some great ideas for sumptuous sides.





Tuesday, December 18th 2018

Are You Having A Blue Christmas? Christmas isn’t always a happy affair, especially if people don’t have family around or the support they need. Isabelle Raghem has more.


World Junior Hockey Excitement Growing!  Will you be watching the World Junior Hockey Championship in Vancouver starting on Boxing Day? Andrea Macpherson is finding out.


B.C. Ferries Rescues Man from Sinking Sailboat: Crew of Coastal Celebration responded to mayday call near Swartz Bay during high winds Monday night.


DIY Christmas Decor: Interior designer Karla Dreyer shows us her sweet and simple DIY decor that anyone can pull together in the week before Christmas.


Turkey Cooking Tips: From how big a bird to buy to basting or brining, baking or barbecuing… just in time for the holidays, we get turkey cooking tips so your dinner is succulent and juicy. Chef Dino Renaerts shares some tasty advice.



Monday, December 17th 2018

The Latest In Cycling Tech: Looking to add some tech to your ride, indoors and out? Tech Journalist Akash Sablok shares his pick of some of the top cycling gadgets including a helmet with an SOS emergency alert.


44-year-old Comic Shop Hangs up its Cape: When was the last time you bought a comic book? Your answer to that question might give you a hint as to why a once popular Vancouver store is being forced to shut down after 44 years in the business. Ashley Burr has the story.


The Gift of Warmth: “My bones feel the cold,” Marcel is one of the many people who have to spend winter out on the street. He visited the “Gift of Warmth” barbecue at Vancouver Regional Recycling Saturday to stock up on some free winter clothing. Ashley Burr has the story.


Friday, December 14th 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on 2018, answers your questions: The PM stops by the Citytv studios to reflect on the past year, and the work to come in 2019.


Learning All About Panettone: Its history, its many uses and the Canadian connection to cranberry panettone is covered when executive chef and culinary adventurist Christian Pritchard shares his knowledge and a 10 pound Panettone with us!


Power Line Safety: Do you know what to do if you see downed power lines? What about if you’re in a car accident involving a power line? BC Hydro public safety expert Johnny Knowles shares essential knowledge to keep you safe in a dangerous situation.


Thor’s Hammers: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse & Roma: Thor reviews the new foreign drama Roma and the animated superhero flick Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.


Thursday, December 13th 2018

6 Year-Old Girl Sexually Assaulted: Vancouver Police say a six year old girl was lured from a school playground and sexually assaulted. Travis Prasad tells us officers are now looking for a suspect.


Mother, Uncle Ordered Extradited In Honour Killing: A B.C. judge has ordered a mother and an uncle to be extradited to India in an ‘honour killing’ back in 2000. News 1130’s Martin Mcmahon has the latest.


Device To Stop Traumatic Blood Loss In The E.R.: This tiny catheter, once inserted and inflated, can basically be used as an internal tourniquet or a way to stop the flow of blood. Andrea Macpherson explains.


Perfecting The Vegetable & Vegan Board: Food stylist & author Lisa Bolton is back to show us some amazing vegetarian and vegan boards.


Ayurveda 101:  From its history to how it is incorporated in your spa and skin care regime, we get an Ayurveda 101.




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