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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.
 
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 CzechOlympics, Podrunner, Breaks, House, Electro, Punk, Funk, Soul, Techno, Boogaloo
 
Welcome to The UFSA Podcast, a bi-monthly podcast from the University of British Columbia's Undergraduate Film Students Association (UFSA). This podcast is hosted on the unceded, ancestral, and occupied territories of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓-speaking Musqueam people. A platform for interdisciplinary dialogue around film engaging with local, global, and regional film-making, film festivals and film-makers in Vancouver. Through interview series, roundtables, and coverage of live events, the podcast ...
 
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BC Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau and CBC journalist Andrew Kurjata discuss premier John Horgan's announcement that the Site C dam will be completed, despite a budget that has now doubled from original projections. Family doctor and South Asian COVID Task Force member Dr. Madhu Jawanda discusses the approval of the AstraZeneca vaccine for use i…
 
B.C. teenager Karis Wilson speaks out after being accused of a dress code violation. She and her dad Chris discuss the event. Tracey McIntosh of Justice For Girls discusses the use of dress codes in B.C. schools. CBC food columnist and author Julie Van Rosendall discusses Canadian "Buttergate".
 
SFU City Program director Andy Yan and RE/MAX Island Properties realtor Kyle Kerr discuss BC's surging real estate market as many look to move out of cities and other parts of Canada amid the pandemic. Vancouver General Hospital's Dr. Zachary Schwartz and Prince George Hospice Society executive director Donna Flood discuss the difficulties facing C…
 
SFU math professor and COVID-19 modeler Caroline Colijn discusses her latest modeling which suggests that vaccinating high-contact essential workers might be more effective than BC's current age-based plan. Jewelles Smith (Council of Canadians With Disabilities), Isabel Grant (UBC Allard School of Law) and Senator Mobina Jaffer discuss Bill C-7, th…
 
Surrey Teachers' Association president Matt Westphal discusses recently confirmed outbreaks of new coronavirus variants in seven Lower Mainland schools, five of which are in Surrey. CBC reporter Sophia Harris discusses the new travel rules that come in effect today regarding people traveling in and out of Canada. UBC zoology professor and BC COVID-…
 
Insights West president Steve Mossop and Dr. Madhu Jawanda, a family physician and member of the South Asian COVID Task Force, discuss a survey suggesting that British Columbia is one of the worst provinces in Canada when it comes to COVID rule compliance, and how "pandemic fatigue" may be leading to complacency. Master gardener Brian Minter answer…
 
UFV political science professor and Vancouver drug policy advisor Karen Ward discuss a bill from the federal government that would relax penalties for drug offences. Bob MacDonald, host of CBC's Quirks & Quarks, guides us through the live landing of NASA's Perseverance rover on the surface of Mars.
 
Paul Jaffe, a lawyer representing three Fraser Valley churches that have been defying public health orders, discusses their win in BC Supreme Court, which would not grant an injunction the government had been seeking against them. CBC reporter Justin McElroy discusses growing COVID-19 case numbers in Metro Vancouver. Journalist and author Tom Vande…
 
SFU criminology professor Rob Gordon discusses new proposed gun legislation from the federal government. Family doctor and director of the Parks Prescription program with BC Parks Dr. Melissa Lem and VancouverMom.ca blogger Christine Pilkington discuss the health benefits of walking. Plus, an update from the First Nations Health Authority on their …
 
Lawyer Brad Smith and Rev. Aneeta Saroop discuss the BC government's seeking of an injunction against three Fraser Valley churches for holding services despite COVID-19 restrictions. Cultural anthropologist Imogene Lim and dumpling expert Judy Lam Maxwell join Michelle Eliot as she cooks dumplings from scratch live from her kitchen to celebrate Lun…
 
RCMP Cpl. Mike Halskov discusses a fatal crash on the Coquihalla Highway that killed a man and his dog, and involved at least 50 people. BC's chief coroner Lisa Lapointe discusses the latest official numbers that confirm 2020 was BC's deadliest year for illicit drug-related deaths. And, we share your Valentine's Day messages and song requests.…
 
The BCCDC's Dr. Mel Krajden answers your questions about new variants of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, as confirmed cases continue to grow in BC. Lisa Jewell of the Fort St. John Women's Resource Society discusses concerns for unhoused people in BC amid extreme cold warnings. Animal law lawyer Rebekah Breder answers your questions about BC …
 
BC's seniors' advocate Isobel Mackenzie discusses a report from BC's ombudsperson calling for fairer application of rules around designated visitors for long-term care residents. Nuu-Chah-Nulth Tribal Council President Judith Sayers discusses a new agreement between the province and several First Nations for more detailed sharing of information on …
 
After the indefinite extension of BC's COVID restrictions, Dan Baxter (BC Chamber of Commerce) and Bruce Williams (Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce) discuss the effects on BC businesses. Environment Canada forecaster Bobby Sekhon discusses BC's incoming cold snap. CBC pop culture expert Lisa Christiansen discusses Canadians taking over the Amer…
 
SFU health geographer Valorie Crooks and Burnaby Hospital respirology head Dr. Susan Kwan discuss the indefinite extension of BC's ban on public gatherings and socializing outside of immediate households due to COVID-19. Master gardener Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.
 
Surrey Teachers' Association president Matt Westphal and physician Dr. Amy Tan discuss newly announced COVID rules in BC schools, including mandatory masks inside middle and high schools. BC Restaurant and Food Services Association president Ian Tostenson discusses a new "BC fee" implemented by Skip the Dishes, and the role that food delivery apps …
 
BC Information and Privacy Commissioner Michael McEvoy and CCLA executive director Michael Bryant discuss a new report finding that Clearview AI broke Canadian privacy laws by collecting and selling information about Canadians online. Film critic and podcast host Norm Wilner discusses Golden Globe nominations. Plus, CBC provincial affairs reporter …
 
Nuxalk Nation health director Kirsten Milton discusses her nation's vaccine supply being rescinded by health officials. Psychiatrist Diane McIntosh discusses maintaining mental wellbeing during the pandemic. Premier John Horgan and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth announce a one-time COVID rebate for BC drivers; opposition ICBC critic Mike Morris r…
 
After police broke up a private party in Vancouver in violation of the province's COVID-19 rules, UBC evolutionary biologist Sally Otto discusses enforcing public health orders. BCTF president Teri Mooring and pediatrician Dr. Srinivas Murthy discuss the implications of new coronavirus variants in BC schools.…
 
Head of UBC's respiratory medicine department Dr. Chris Carlsten answers questions about what we still don't know about COVID-19 after a year of cases in BC. BC Today regulars Brian Minter, Alexandra Samuel and Hilary Atleo reflect on what the year has taught them about themselves. Plus, investment advisor Andrew Johns explains the meteoric rise of…
 
After calls from Dr. Bonnie Henry to "do more" to stop the spread of COVID, BC Green leader Sonia Furstenau and Vancouver Infectious Disease Centre medical director Dr. Brian Conway discuss what more CAN be done. Wildlife educator Connel Bradwell discusses winter bird sightings. CBC reporter Tina Lovgreen reports live from a rally at the Indian con…
 
BCDA spokeperson Dr. Alastair Nicoll says dentists should be among the healthcare workers at the front of the line for COVID vaccinations. ICES epidemiologist Maria Sundaram discusses the public health perspective of how to approach prioritizing vulnerable groups. Jeremy Hunka of Union Gospel Mission discusses keeping British Columbians experiencin…
 
President Joe Biden has closed the door to Keystone XL. Now, many eyes are on the Trans Mountain pipeline project. What will the cancellation of Keystone XL mean for the future of T.M.X.? Then, the benefits and drawbacks of coldwater swimming.
 
US President-elect Joe Biden is to cancel the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline on his first day in office, North American media report.The pipeline is projected to carry oil nearly 1,200 miles (1,900km) from the Canadian province of Alberta down to Nebraska, to join an existing pipeline.Environmentalists and First Nations have fought the project …
 
Canadian Anti-Hate Network chair Bernie Farber discusses far-right extremism in Canada. BC's Representative for Children and Youth Jennifer Charlesworth discusses her new report on involuntary mental health care. Regional Animal Protection Society president Fern Edmonds discusses whether to keep your cat indoors or let it roam free outside.…
 
CBC reporter Tony Seskus and UBC political science professor Kathryn Harrison discuss president-elect Joe Biden's plan to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline on his first day in office. Allison Garber and Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research director Tim Naimi discuss Dry January and how to change your relationship with alcohol use.…
 
COVID-19 cases are rising in B.C.'s Interior Health region as the rest of the province's health regions numbers are trending downwards. CBC Reporter Brady Strachan joins us to give us an overview of the numbers, then we're joined by 100 mile house's mayor Mitch Campsall to talk about his community's cases. Later, we're joined by chairperson and co-…
 
Wild Executive Director Tom Uniak on CKNW's Simi Sara Show this morning re the growing cross-border opposition to Imperial Metals' application for a mineral exploration permit in Skagit Headwaters Donut Hole. Mornings with Simi, Global News.Wilderness Committee による
 
As calls in B.C. on restricting travel within and between provinces mount, we take listeners calls on what they think about a COVID-19 travel ban, and we are joined by SFU mathematician and epidemiologist Caroline Colijn. Then we're joined by Saroja Coelho, host of CBC Music's national morning show and series, The Intro, to discuss Canadian artists…
 
Pastor Tim Zotzman of The Voice of Pentecost Church in Williams Lake, B.C. joins us to discuss whether the COVID-19 restriction banning all gatherings in the province should be loosened for places of worship. We’re then briefly joined by Simon Fraser University political science professor Andy Hira to discuss the U.S. Impeachment as the U.S. House …
 
Family physician, vaccine researcher, and CBC health contributor Dr. Iris Gorfinkel joins us to talk about B.C.’s vaccine rollout plan. Then we talk about decluttering your home with owner of Good Riddance Professional Organizing Solutions Brittney Knittel, and New York Times bestselling author of "Outer Order, Inner Calm" Gretchen Rubin.…
 
Surrey Schools District director Rob Rai discusses the increase in gang-related violence in the lower mainland, and how to curb gang violence in B.C. communities. University of British Columbia Psychology professor Amori Mikami takes calls from listeners on how they are staying the course with COVID-19 restrictions.…
 
We cover the developing news as Trump supporters breach U.S. Capitol with lawmakers inside. Joining us for this discussion is Max Cameron, a political science professor at the University of British Columbia, and Emma Loop, a former Capitol Hill reporter now freelance journalist in Ontario.
 
CBC Meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe joins us to talk about today's weather warnings of high winds, rain and snow across B.C.'s coast. Then Clinical Associate professor of geriatric medicine at the University of British Columbia Dr. Maria Chung joins us to talk about concerns and thoughts on how long-term care facilities in the province are managing…
 
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