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Thursday, March 15th 2019

Worst Examples Of Government Waste: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is handing out its 21st annual Teddy Waste Awards – highlighting 2018’s worst examples of government waste. Tom Walsh tells us B.C. is winning big in two categories.


Admissions Investigation Wraps At Vancouver Private School: As reaction continues to pour in over the largest U.S College Admissions Scandal ever investigated, Andrea Macpherson reports one Vancouver private school for boys has wrapped up its own internal investigation after allegations were made against a parent of two former students.


Grand Chief Stewart Phillip Gets Candid About The Opioid Crisis: Grand Chief Stewart Phillip joins us from the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs to talk about the reasons he supports Vancouver MP and former attorney general, Jody Wilson-Raybould and gets candid about personal loss due to the opioid crisis.


Impact Of Grounding All 737 Max 8 Planes: Aviation analyst Wayne McNeal brings insight into Canada’s decision to ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 airplanes and also bar them from Canadian airspace. We talk about the consequences for industry and tourism, plus what it means for your March break travel plans.


How War Amps Champs Spread Inspiration: War Amps Champs embrace life just as they are, and we meet charming 12-year-old Matteo to learn more about the prosthetics that keep him running, swimming and playing.


How To Avoid Spring Break Debt: From free activities to engaging your kids in budgeting, Jennifer McCracken from BDO First Call Debt Solutions, gives us tips on how to avoid spring break debt.