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Wednesday, March 13th 2019

Nearly 50 Charged In U.S. Admissions Bribery Scandal: It’s being called the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice. Kyle Donaldson tells us about 50 wealthy and influential people — including Hollywood actresses — have been charged for allegedly bribing college coaches and insiders at testing centres to help their children get into some of the most elite schools in the country.


“Hobo” Weed Controversy: If you’ve gone out for a drink in Vancouver chances are you’ve been into a pub owned by the Donnelly Group. It’s one of the biggest chains in Canada, and is now opening a line of Cannabis stores… with a rather controversial name. Tom Walsh explains.


BC Tech Summit: Cultivating Curiosity: Riaz reports from the BC Tech Summit and catches up with Duncan Wardle, former Head of Innovation and Creativity at Walt Disney.


First-Time Girls Hockey Champions!  They weren’t expected to win a single game. But Andrea Macpherson tells us the Sir Charles Tupper Secondary girls hockey team has won the VSSAA Championship months after the team was formed. It all started with a hockey-lending library to give the girls access to donated gear.


Sisterhood For Wives & Girlfriends Of Spinal Cord Injuries: These women are creating a support network across North America for women living with partners with spinal cord injuries
Isabelle Raghem tells us the goal is to help tackle loneliness that is often experienced.


Tech Trends: Tech expert Mike Yawney talks fingerprint debit cards, flying speakers, and pod-based ice cream machines for your home!


BC Tech Summit: Innovation At The Forefront: Riaz catches up with Innovate BC CEO, Raghwa Gopal to learn about incredible tech. innovations happening in our province.


March Is Epilepsy Awareness Month: Two women who live with epilepsy, B.C. Epilepsy Society’s Kim Davidson and Vida Spa’s Allison Hegedus, break down some of the misconceptions about the disease and tell us how having a Mindful Massage can help raise awareness and funds for the B.C. Epilepsy Society.