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Tuesday, January 22nd 2019

Report Claims ‘Flagrant Overspending’:  A report claims ‘flagrant overspending’ by the suspended B.C. Legislature officials at the centre of an investigation in Victoria. News 1130’s Liza Yuzda reports.


Bowling To 99 Years Old!  The secret to living a long life, may be through bowling! Isabelle Raghem is learning life lessons from a 99 year old bowler!


Catching Up With Neve Campbell:  The Breakfast Club kicks off a national campaign to feed more Canadian children, so growing minds and bodies have the nutrition they need to reach their potential. Before heading to a Coquitlam elementary school to launch the campaign, Neve Campbell joins us in studio for an interview.


Oscar Nomination For Vancouver Filmmakers: Alison Snowden and David Fine are nominated for an Oscar for their animated short, “Animal Behaviour.” We talk to the pair about their inspiration for an animal therapy session and admire the Oscar they earned in 1994 for “Bob’s Birthday,” an animated short that comes with a warning for nudity – and is also very, very funny.


Breaking Down The Oscar Nominations:  Thor looks at some of the big stories and surprises from today’s Oscar nominations.


Why Today Is The Best Day To Buy A House:  Real estate expert Romana King tells us why January 22 is the best day to buy a house this year.