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CBC Radio host Margaret Gallagher 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.
 
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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We speak to a family physician and a health policy researcher, as news breaks that the federal government is prepared to increase health-care spending by an eye-popping $196.1 billion over the next decade - a cash injection Ottawa is pitching as a generational fix for an ailing system. And in our second half, we're seeing more and more images of th…
 
How To Evict A Tenant In Surrey BC - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 50. If you're looking to evict a tenant in Surrey, then you need to watch this video! In this video, we'll teach you how to evict a tenant in a simple and efficient manner. Evicting a tenant can be a difficult task, but with the help of this video, you'll be able to d…
 
Rocked by multiple earthquakes, the international community responds to destruction in Turkey and Syria. We speak with a B.C. teacher whose family was struck with tragedy and we hear from CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe; and in our 2nd half, the B.C. Legislature is back in session with housing the top of the agenda. UBC professor Tsur Somervill…
 
Canada has new standards to try and improve long term care. We're asking what improvements you want to see. Next, we're at the end of January - National Breakup Month. We're asking how you got through a breakup, and how to move on while maintaining a relationship with your ex.
 
We are in Nanaimo to mark the launch of a new CBC local bureau. We'll meet our new videographer based right here in town. We'll be joined by some of the people and businesses who make this a great place to be. And Singer-songwriter Hayley Sales will join us! Plus, on the open line, we're asking you, who are the local vendors you love?…
 
The Bank of Canada raises its key interest rate again — but hints that may be it, as the economy starts to slow down, in particular, in the housing market. We're asking: Have you held off on a big purchase like a home? And, it's a tragic season in BC's backcountry. Two more people have died in an avalanche near Revelstoke. Are there now new and unp…
 
Vancouver Sun reporter Katie DeRosa and $10 a Day Child Care campaign spokesperson Sharon Gregson discuss reports of some childcare providers charging additional "optional" fees following new subsidies from the provincial government. Master gardener Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
 
5X Press editor-in-chief Jeevan Sangha and Khalsa Aid Canada Metro Vancouver team coordinator Baljit Lally discuss toxic drugs and overdose deaths in the South Asian community and among international students. Pianist Karen Lee-Morlang and drag performer Van Dang discuss music and traditions associated with Lunar New Year, as well as some of the ev…
 
Dr. Tim Naimi, director of the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research at the University of Victoria, discusses new Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction guidelines that suggest more than two alcoholic drinks a week may present increased health risks. Earl Davis of BMO Global Asset Management and CBC business columnist Rubina Ahmed-H…
 
One police officer in Nelson was killed and another injured after being caught in an avalanche in the Kaslo backcountry. This comes as Avalanche Canada warns of a potentially severe avalanche season. Next, a House of Commons Committee will try to find out why holiday traffic became so chaotic.
 
Animal protection officers with the B.C. SPCA seized 63 dogs from a property in Mission. We get the details from Eileen Drever with the BC SPCA and talk about adoption experiences with Paws for Hope Executive Director, Kathy Powelson. And in our 2nd half, Brian Minter shares tips on how to plant seeds in your garden in 2023.…
 
Is Buyer's Remorse The New Normal ? British Columbia Real Estate Podcast. In this video, we're exploring the topic of buyer's remorse. Is buyer's remorse the new normal? And if so, how can we overcome it? Buyer's remorse is a painful feeling that can come after making a purchase – whether it's a big purchase like a house or a smaller purchase like …
 
Camping reservations for the 2023 season are now open! After a few years of website crashes and fully booked sites - we're asking what your thoughts are on camping in B.C. Next, we're talking about new parents. What is helpful or not helpful from family and friends? What's something you wish you knew?…
 
Bryan Yu is Central 1 credit union’s chief economist. Tsur Somerville is a professor at the UBC Sauder School of Business and a senior fellowat UBC's Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate. Dr. Charles Samuels is the medical director of the Centre for Sleep & Human Performance in Calgary.
 
How to BUY real estate with NO MONEY in Surrey BC! British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 48 In this video We will show you how to buy real estate with NO MONEY in Surrey BC! In this guide, we will show you a step-by-step how to buy real estate using almost cash-free methods. If you're ready to jump into the property market, then this is the …
 
Extreme weather continues to change holiday plans for many people in B.C. We get an update on the forecast from Environment Canada and discuss the risk of avalanches with a representative from Alpine Solutions Avalanche Services; and in our 2nd half, Sherly Mackay reflects on her time as host of North By Northwest.…
 
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Severe snowfall also forced the Vancouver International Airport to suspend many flights - both arriving and leaving the airport. Claire Newell is the president of Vancouver-based Travel Best Bets, she joined the show with latest updates. And, Santa stopped by for his annual visit.
 
As heavy snow blankets most of British Columbia, more flurries are expected late this afternoon...leading into tomorrow afternoon. Amy Amantea, an accessibility consultant joins us to talk about how not shoveling sidewalks can impact people, while JF Esculier, a physiotherapist joins us to talk about how to shovel without getting injured. In the se…
 
In this video, we go over the recent Fraser Valley Real Estate Home Prices. If you're looking to buy or sell a home in the Fraser Valley, be sure to watch this video! Buy Us A Coffee Here: https://sociabuzz.com/bcrealestatepod... Bitcoin: 3Mf31B5ukEx43GudqaDrfuE122aJMH5KDR Etherium & CRO : 0xaE5a5045cFEc3f5dEB0077228bc20776A3C68281 ⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 0…
 
A 60 year old man in Nelson was put on life support after his family couldn't find him a shelter. Is B.C.'s social safety net failing people in the province? Next, we're talking to Chef Karen Barnaby about what alternatives to cook for Christmas dinner this year.
 
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The B.C. Federation of Labour is suggesting the province increase it's paid sick day program from five to 15 days. We're taking your calls on the issue. Next, food inflation remains above 10 per cent according to Stats Canada. We talk to food writer and author Julie Van Rosendaal about holiday baking on a budget.…
 
Dr. Katharine Smart is a pediatrician and a past president of the Canadian Medical Association. Mike Miltimore is a luthier and owner of Riversong Guitars, the acoustic category winner in the prestigious Musical Merchandise Review Dealers' Choice Award. Nicole Alosinac is a luthier in Vancouver.
 
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B.C. Premier David Eby has announced his new cabinet. Along with some veterans there are new faces and new portfolios. And could this be leading to a snap-election next fall? Next, we talk about online shopping. What precautions should you take? Or do you prefer going to an actual store for your goods?…
 
Carrie Serwetnyk is the first woman in the Canadian soccer Hall of Fame, and the owner/operator of Free Kick in Vancouver. Stephanie Labbe is the Whitecaps F-C general manager of women’s soccer, a retired goalkeeper for Team Canada and several professional teams. Brian Wing is passionate about fixing things and has volunteers at repair cafes.…
 
A vote tonight at the Vancouver Park Board could mean the removal of the Stanley Park bike lane. Should the bike lane in Stanley Park stay or go? And, another busy weekend at BC Children's hospital, with waits up to 10 hours. We'll ask about your experience with the flu season.
 
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