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CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
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A wonderful sampling of some of beautiful British Columbia's finest musicologist's mixed brews! Featuring all types and all kinds of DJs mixing up their own special blend of sonic pleasures for you. All of them from the province BC in Canada. Featuring: Craig Mullin, DJ K-Tel, Steamboat Fattie, DJ Hebegebe, DJ Czech Olympics, Podrunner, Breaks, House, Electro, Punk, Funk, Soul, Techno, Boogaloo
 
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As the spotlight remains on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, we talk about what mental health supports are needed to support the most vulnerable populations and how they should be administered. Canadian Mental Health Association's Jonathan Morris joins us to discuss. And in our second half, to camp or to glamp? We debate.…
 
Associate producer Matthew Parsons recently got a couple of our show’s regular voices together to play “The Quiet Year,” a storytelling game made by Avery Alder. This game presents an opportunity to sit down with a few friends and imagine a year in the life of an emerging community, after some kind of unspecified apocalypse or collapse. This is a s…
 
Buying A House In 2022 For First Time Home Buyers (12 Steps) - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 35 ⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:05 - Ricky J and Jeff Chadha Do The Intro For Episode #35 00:40 - #1 - You Decided To Buy A Home 01:58 - #2 - Developing A Criteria And Budget 04:23 - #3 - Researching 06:05 - #4 - Selecting The Real Estate Agent 09:55 -…
 
Tent removals in the Downtown Eastside are ongoing. We'll get a live hit from the scene, and talk to Vancouver Fire about the reasons for removal, and what comes next. In our second half, fears about potential gang violence as one man is dead, and a taxi driver is seriously injured in a shooting yesterday afternoon at a Surrey parking lot.…
 
Officials are preparing to remove tents along several blocks of East Hastings Street, after the Vancouver Fire department ordered their removal citing fire concerns. We get a live report from the ground, and speak with community advocates who say there's no viable place for this community to go. And in our second half, Air Canada is in hot water fo…
 
An alleged machete attack on Granville Street has the Vancouver mayor calling for justice reform and better mental health supports from the Province. We'll talk to the Former Minister of Public Safety, and a criminologist about the root causes of crime. And in our second half, as the earth heats up, a tree canopy can help keep our neighborhoods coo…
 
Saul Miller, a performance and sport psychologist and author of eight books including Hockey Tough: a Winning Mental Game, discusses violence in ice hockey. Master Gardener Brian Minter with Minter Country Garden in Chilliwack answers your gardening questions.
 
Craig Munn, vice-president of communications for the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver; Bryan Yu, chief economist at Central 1 credit union; and Steve Saretsky, a Realtor and housing analyst in Vancouver discuss recent changes in the housing market in Metro Vancouver and British Columbia.
 
The B.C. Wildfire Service's Jean Strong provides an update on the wildfires in B.C. The First Nations' Emergency Services Society's Brendan Mercer discusses efforts to reduce wildfire risk. Vancouver Coastal Health's Dr. Mark Lysyshyn and UBC's Stephen Hoption Cann answer questions about monkeypox.
 
Dave Phillips, senior climatologist at Environment and Climate Change Canada, responds to questions about weather, climate and wildfires. Christine Pilkington, publisher of Vancouver Mom; Mike Hann, director of the Sunfest Country Music Festival; and Jim Barr, publisher of FestivalSeekers; discuss of the return of big public events, and how people …
 
It's Vancouver Pride this weekend! We're talking to L.A. Matheson teacher and pride parade Grand Marshal Annie Ohana, as well as Queer As Funk band members, Jocelyn Macdougall and Connie Buna. And in our second half, we're talking go-to summer food and drink recipes with restaurateurs Cody and Clay Allmin.…
 
After violent attacks on people experiencing homelessness in Langley and Vancouver this week, we'll talk about safety in houseless communities. Advocates and politicians weigh in on how to keep our most vulnerable community members safe.
 
B.C. continues to see hot and humid weather across the province. We'll talk to a field operations manager from AgSafe B.C. about how to keep workers and work sites safe in extreme heat. And in our second half, how to take better shots of the natural world this summer. We'll talk to award-winning nature photographer Liron Gertsman.…
 
A heat wave is hitting British Columbia, with parts of the province reaching the high 30s. We'll talk to an outreach worker about keeping vulnerable folks safe and cool, and a veterinarian about protecting our pets. And in our second half, a reckoning with hockey culture in Canada. We'll talk with a former player, as well as an organizational consu…
 
CBC reporter Jessica Cheung provides an update from one of the scenes of a deadly morning shooting in Langley, B.C. Tim Trytten, a public warning specialist and former manager of the Alberta Emergency Alert System, discusses the use of emergency alerts in response to multiple shootings. CBC reporter Wawmeesh Hamilton and Leah George Wilson, a lawye…
 
After a tumultuous couple of years, B.C. Ferries has fired its C.E.O. We'll get reaction from columnist Les Leyne, and policy and planning expert, Alex Boston. And in our second half, gardening tips with Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden.
 
British Columbia is expanding its speculation tax on vacant homes to six more regions. We'll talk with Finance Minister Selina Robinson and economist Marc Lee about what effect it might have on the housing market. And in our second half, what's your relationship to technology and social media? We're talking about healthy tech habits with the CEO of…
 
There's a heatwave on the horizon, and in general, we're expecting hotter and hotter summers in British Columbia. We'll talk to an expert in climate-safe infrastructure about what we need to do to prepare for a warmer future. And in our second half, tips and tricks to navigate a red-hot jobs market.
 
Random Covid screening returns at some Canadian airports. We'll talk about that, and other Covid measures, with epidemiologist Dr. Christopher Labos, amidst another wave of Omicron. In our second half, a summer festival with no alcohol: we'll talk to Sober Fest organizer Mike Manhas.
 
Several emergency rooms were temporarily closed at points over the weekend, and B.C.'s Interior continues to be hit the hardest. We'll chat about the situation and possible solutions with Dr. Ray Markham, executive director of the Rural Coordination Centre of B.C. And in our second half, 20-30 Ukrainians arrive in our province every day, fleeing wa…
 
B.C.'s highest court has dismissed an appeal of a landmark decision upholding the province's public health care laws. Dr. Brian Day had challenged laws preventing patients from accessing private care when wait times are too long. We'll get reaction from the B.C. Health Coalition, and hear your thoughts about accessing private health care. And in ou…
 
Many parents of very young children are breathing a sigh of relief as Health Canada approves the Moderna vaccine for kids under five. We'll talk to the president of the Canadian Medical Association, Dr. Katharine Smart. And in our second half, we're joined by Beachcombers actor Jackson Davies to remember his co-star Pat John, a member of the shíshá…
 
The Bank of Canada has hiked its benchmark interest rate to 2.5 per cent. We'll talk to economist Bryan Yu about what it means for homeowners and renters. And in our second half, some dog-owners are petitioning TransLink to make riding with their pups easier. We'll hear the pros and cons of pets on transit.…
 
NASA has unveiled the first images from the James Webb Space Telescope, allowing us to see the universe like never before. Quirks & Quarks host Bob McDonald joins us to talk about the Canadian connection, and what it means for space exploration. And in our second half, it's summer reading season and we're talking about the best books to "lift you u…
 
Canada's industry minister François-Philippe Champagne says he'll meet with telecom giants after the nation-wide outage on Friday. We'll talk with a digital workplace expert as well as a staff lawyer for the Public Interest Advocacy Centre about what the government can and should do next. And in our second half, what's on your summer bucket list? E…
 
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:18 - Jeff Chadha goes over the GOOD things about buying a foreclosure in British Columbia 03:40 - Jeff Chadha goes over the BAD things about buying a foreclosure in British Columbia 08:30 - Comment the words I HAVE SUBSCRIBED after subscribing to our channel to receive a FREE JC Homes Hoodie 09:40 - Jeff Chadha goes over the UGLY…
 
Thousands of Canadians are without phone service since the early morning hours, others are having issues with basic daily tasks like using their debit or credit cards. We talk with BC Today listeners, and Ritesh Kotak, a cybersecurity and tech analyst, he is also a member of Canada's E-Crime Cyber Council. In the second half hour, Brian Minter talk…
 
Canada is banning adopting, buying, fostering, importing dogs from more than 100 countries from around the world to control the spread of dog rabies. Belle Puri talks with an animals lawyer on this. In the second half, we hear from some experts about the impact of rising prices on summer camps.
 
Job action looms in B.C. as negotiations between the British Columbia General Employees' Union and the province's Public Service Agency break down. We'll talk to BCGEU president Stephanie Smith about what 33,000 public sector employees are asking for. In our second half, how do you feel about a four-day work week? A Victoria law firm is among many …
 
Researchers say a third Omicron wave has begun in B.C., with cases expected to peak in August. We discuss the situation with Infectious Diseases Physician Dr. Dan Gregson; and in our 2nd half, we hear about a new court challenge to ICBC's no fault insurance.
 
From temporary emergency room closures to cancelled flights - B.C. is in the grips of a staffing shortage across multiple sectors. We discuss what it means for patients and travelers alike with ER physician Dr. Michael Curry, and travel consultant McKenzie McMillan.
 
June 30, 2022 marks one year since the Lytton fire. We reflect back on the natural disaster and how it has impacted people. In the second half hour, we talk about the best age to retire as BC Today callers share their retirement stories.
 
One day after Premier John Horgan announced that he plans to step down in the fall, we're reflecting on his time in office. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, and political scientist Gerald Baier weigh in on his legacy. And in our second half, it's been 25 years since the Hong Kong handover. We'll…
 
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:01- Should I Sell My House Now in 2022 ? 04:18 - Ricky J Asks Jeff Chadha If Home Prices Could Drop 15% by The End Of 2023 ? 09:36 - Ricky J Asks Jeff Chadha About A Recent News Article That Said Nearly 1 in 4 Canadians Feel That They May Need To Sell Their Homes If Interest Rates Keep Rising 13:55 - Is There A Recession Coming ?…
 
The Site C dam has cleared a major hurdle, as the West Moberly First Nations have reached a partial settlement with B.C. Hydro and the provincial and federal governments. We'll talk to West Moberly First Nations chief Roland Willson. And in our second half, making friends through gardening. We'll talk about the role gardens play in community.…
 
One year since 2021's deadly heat dome, we're experiencing B.C.'s first heat wave of the summer. We'll talk about practical cooling solutions for vulnerable people—community-based strategies, and where the government can help. And in our second half, celebrating Indigenous food and cuisine with chef and TV personality, Art Napoleon.…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the nearly 50-year-old Roe v. Wade decision, limiting access to abortion for millions of American women. We'll talk to Michelle Fortin, executive director of Options for Sexual Health, about the impacts in the States, and possible ramifications here in Canada. In our second half: graduation celebrations are bac…
 
B.C.'s annual inflation rate has soared to 8.1% - higher than the national average. We explore the impact on consumers and discuss ways to manage finances with Murray Baker, the Manager of Financial Empowerment at Family Services of Greater Vancouver; then in our 2nd half, as the provincial government starts accepting applications to expand the ten…
 
The federal government announced it will freeze funding for Hockey Canada amid the sport body's handling of an alleged sexual assault. Sports editor Adam Kierszenblat joins us with details. In our second half, Premier John Horgan is putting a pause on the divisive Royal B.C. Museum rebuild, which had been set to cost $789 million. We'll get reactio…
 
The federal government announced new details today about their ban on six single-use plastics. We'll hear from environmental organization Ocean Diagnostics, as well as a disability advocate on concerns around banning plastic straws. In our second half, cycling trails and routes for the summertime.
 
Vancouver is one of two Canadian host cities for the FIFA World Cup in 2026. We'll talk about the pros and cons with sports reporter Karin Larsen. And in our second half, Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden takes your calls about gardening.
 
A new Angus Reid Institute poll finds most British Columbians oppose plans to rebuild the Royal BC Museum rebuild. We discuss what the government priorities should be with Stewart Prest, a political scientist at Simon Fraser University; and in our 2nd half, as Ottawa announces $8.9B in measures to tackle affordability - we hear from listeners about…
 
The final report on money laundering in BC is officially out with a series of recommendations to tackle dirty money in the province. We breakdown the report with UBC Political Scientist Gerald Baier, and James Cohen, the executive director for Transparency International Canada.
 
What Is Going On With The Real Estate Market In The Fraser Valley ? British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 32 ⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:06- What Is Going On With The Fraser Valley Real Estate Market Right Now ? 05:28 - More Potential Mortgage Rates Increases ? 10:20 - Appraisals Being Tougher Now 11:48 - Are We Headed Into A Recession ? 14:10 - Why …
 
A concept plan has been unveiled for an indigenous-led bid to host the 2030 Olympics and Paralympics in B.C. We talk about the plan with Robert VanWynsberghe, the lead researcher of the 2010 Olympic Games Impact study, and Squamish Nation councilor Wilson Williams; and in our 2nd half, we discuss what to do if you come face to face with a bear.…
 
If you're travelling anytime soon, there are big changes on the horizon.CBC has learned the government will announce it will soon end the "mandatory random arrival testing" at airports. And if you're travelling to the US --reports say the Biden administration will announce that the Covid testing requirement to enter the country will be lifted, as o…
 
The River Forecast Centre has put multiple communities under flood warning advisories. We're taking B.C.'s Emergency Management update live, and talking about flood preparation with Tamsin Lyle of Ebbwater Consulting. In our second half, the Canadian women's national soccer team wants equal pay with their male counterparts. We'll talk to a former p…
 
A new report from B.C.'s fire commissioner shows a dramatic increase in home fires and fire-related deaths across B.C. Now, the province is working with Statistics Canada to create a map identifying communities at greatest risk of home fires. We'll talk to the president of the Fire Chiefs Association of B.C. And in our second half, the decriminaliz…
 
The B.C. Coroners Service has released its report into last summer's deadly heat dome, finding that 619 deaths were heat-related. We talk to Dr. Jatinder Baidwan, chief medical officer of the B.C. Coroners Service about what's needed to protect people who are most vulnerable to extreme heat. And in our second half, the pandemic has taken its toll o…
 
Five months out from their first World Cup appearance since the 1980s, Canada's men's national soccer team is stalled amid contract disputes with the sport's national governing body, Canada Soccer. We'll talk to sports writer Joshua Kloke. In our second half, grocery store prices are skyrocketing and the demand is up at food banks across the provin…
 
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