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Thursday, April 25th 2019

Is Talking About Trauma Taboo For South Asian Families?  From bullying to sexual abuse at the hands of a martial arts instructor and watching his father struggle with alcoholism, Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is shining a light on the trauma he faced as a child growing up in Ontario. And Travis Prasad tells us some say his story is not uncommon in Canada’s South Asian community. The problem is – it’s just not talked about.


Oppenheimer Park Campers Compare Clean-Up’s To ‘Raids’: There are still dozens of tents at Oppenheimer Park in East Vancouver. Andrea Macpherson tells us despite a motion being passed by the city six weeks ago, not enough is being done.


Football Community Mourns The Loss Of Kato Kasuya: The long time equipment manager with the B.C. Lions has passed away. Scott Rintoul from Sportsnet 650 tells us more about the man who touched the lives of so many people.


Father And Son Complete Ultra-marathon In The Desert: Aaron and Jack Davison are back home after completing the grueling Marathon Des Sables.


Appraising The Value Of The New LGBTQ Coin: SFU Historian, Elise Chenier joins us to talk about the controversy and impact of the coin. Plus what it means to the LGBTQ community.


2019 Trend Spotting With L’Oreal Paris: A new hair colour is taking Hollywood by storm. Musicians, influencers and stars are dying their hair this unique shade. Teri Hart has more in Entertainment City.