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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 Czech Olympics, Podrunner, Breaks, House, Electro, Punk, Funk, Soul, Techno, Boogaloo
 
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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…
 
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 …
 
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.
 
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…
 
B.C.'s River Forecast Centre has issued high streamflow advisories across much of northern B.C., prompting evacuation alerts in a number of small communities. We'll hear from the Mayor of Terrace and the Deputy Mayor of Smithers about how their communities are preparing. And in our second half, Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden shares his garde…
 
The Federal Liberals are introducing new disability benefits legislation. Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion Carla Qualtrough joins us to tell us what it might entail, and we talk to a disability advocate about what it will take to lift low-income disabled folks above the poverty line. In our second half, Manjot …
 
The Sea-to-Sky transit strike is shining a light on a lack of transportation options in the province. An urban planner tells us how transportation in British Columbia stacks up; and in our second half, a new lung cancer screening program launches in B.C., but can you access it without a family doctor? We talk to the program manager for the B.C. Lun…
 
Small amounts of illicit drugs for personal use will soon be decriminalized in B.C. - but what effect will this have on the opioid crisis? We talk to Leslie McBain, Co-Founder of Moms Stop The Harm, and Kora DeBeck, a research scientist with the BC Centre on Substance Use; and in our 2nd half, as young people prepare to start their summer jobs, wha…
 
The federal government is tabling a new legislation on gun control which includes a national freeze on the purchase, sale, importation and transfer of hand guns. Do you think this is the right way to tackle the issue of gun violence? Next, we talk to Britt Way, author of Generation Dread, which talks about climate change anxiety.…
 
Data from B.C.'s Ministry of Health health ministry shows that staffing at most of the province's urgent and primary care clinics are far below approved levels. We investigate the causes and solutions; and in our 2nd half, a new report from Metro Vancouver says park use has reached all-time highs - so what's your favorite B.C. park?…
 
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: -Please go to our Youtube channel to follow along with the video 00:04- Is The Real Estate Market Crashing ? 01:00 - Jeff Chadha Goes Over Statistics Package 2022-04 For The Fraser Valley - http://fvreb.bc.ca/statistics/Package202204.pdf 11:10 - Jeff Chadha Does The Outro You can get a copy of Jeffs book absolutely FREE. Why am I gi…
 
Canada Soccer has cancelled the controversial exhibition game against Iran. We're asking if you support the decision, and what role should politics play in sports. Next, Transport Canada has announced funding to improve safety in recreational boating. It says increased traffic has led to more boating-related incidents. How do you keep yourself safe…
 
22 people have been killed during a midday elementary school shooting in southern Texas. We talk about dealing with grief and what should be done in response. And in our 2nd half, we travel to Oak Bay where the district has voted to phase out gas powered leaf blowers. Do you want them banned in your community too?…
 
From mortgages and rent to gas and grocery items, the cost of seemingly everything continues to rise in B.C. We discuss how people are coping with the climbing cost of living. And in our 2nd half, what should the future of museums in B.C. look like? We hear from Museum and Exhibition Planning Consultant, Tim Willis.…
 
On World Family Doctor Day, we're talking about the family doctor shortage in B.C., where almost a million British Columbians are without a family physician. And in our second half, a surprise resignation from Premier Jason Kenney in Alberta. Political pundits from Calgary and Edmonton weigh in.
 
Capital Gains Tax On Real Estate In BC - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 30 with Surinder Makkar ⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:02- Jeff Chadha And Surinder Makkar Do The Intro 00:25 - What Is Capital Gains Tax In BC ? 02:20 - What happens to someone who buys a property and lives in that property for less than 1 year ? 05:10 - Who is Surinder Makk…
 
Canada's inflation rate has inched up yet again to a new 31-year high of 6.8 per cent. And groceries, in particular, have spiked by 10 per cent over this time last year. We'll talk to Julie Van Rosendaal about how to make your food and budget stretch. And in our second half, it's Family Caregiver Month in B.C. We'll hear about a University of Victo…
 
Six months ago today, floods ravaged parts of the Fraser Valley. Today, we're looking back on those events, and the short- and long-term impacts of climate change on B.C. producers. In our second half, it's the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia 2022. We're talking to Elizabeth Saewyc, Executive Director of the Stigma an…
 
Stephanie Allen of the Hogan's Alley Society says Canadians should avoid the urge to think this country is "above" the kind of racist, extremist views that led to a mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., where authorities say a white man targeted Black people specifically.
 
Old-growth logging protests in the Fairy Creek watershed have broken records for the largest act of civil disobedience in Canadian history. The CBC's Kathryn Marlow takes a deep dive into exactly how many arrests have been made, and what for.
 
A recent string of bullying incidents caught on film has some calling for the return of school liaison police officers in Vancouver area schools, but Asmal Ishaque of the group Cops Out of Schools says more policing is not the solution.
 
Adrienne McBride of the BCSPCA says their shelters have a surplus of small animals like rats, rabbits, lizards or birds -- and she makes the case for why you might want to adopt one instead of a dog or cat.
 
Prices at the pump have surpassed $2.30 in parts of British Columbia, and Premier Horgan has suggested that some of us may want to rethink how much we use our cars. We'll talk to personal finance expert Kelley Keehn about how we can make our money work in a pinch; And in our second half, how much should we be tipping and when? We're joined by a pro…
 
Parenting is hard enough as it is, but the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic has many moms feeling their anger and frustration spill over. The Early Edition's Vivian Luk -- a new mom herself -- explores "mom rage" and some of the stigma associated with moms expressing those feelings.
 
Vancouver police say the death of 24-year-old Chelsea Poorman was "not suspicious," but Union of BC Indian Chiefs president Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says their "callous" handling of the case -- in which Poorman's body was found 15 months after she first went missing -- is another illustration of the VPD's "dismissive" attitude toward Indigenous …
 
What do singer-songwriter Suzie Ungerleider and technical death metal singer Oli Peters of Archspire have in common? They're both from BC, they're both nominated for Junos this weekend -- and they both love Colter Wall.
 
Urban Native Youth Association president Matthew Norris says a recently approved Indigenous centre to be built at East Hastings Street and Commercial Drive will provide space for education support, training, traditional ceremonies and more.
 
Crypto markets are tumbling. Have you invested or would you invest in cryptocurrency? What's your experience or question? We're joined by CBC columnist and wealth manager Mark Ting to take your calls. Next, it's Asian Heritage Month so we're talking about Asian fusion food. And we're joined CBC's Kiran Singh for that discussion.…
 
A new exhibit at UBC's Museum of Anthropology, gives an inside look at the contributions of Latin Americans to the civil rights movement of the 1960s and beyond. Curator Greta de León takes us inside "Xicanx: Dreamers and Changemakers."
 
The Globe and Mail's Justine Hunter and the CBC's Belle Puri discuss the week in BC politics, including premier John Horgan's first visit to the controversial Site C dam construction site, and the lengthy rebuilding process in the town of Lytton after it was destroyed by fire last summer.
 
Moving To Calgary From Vancouver - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 29 ⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:05- Jeff Chadha And Bryan Panganiban From Calgary Do The Intro 00:20 - Why Are People Moving To Calgary From Vancouver ? 00:47 - Prices Of The Lower Mainland Compared to Calgary 04:45 - No Property Transfer Tax 06:04 - Top Areas Of Calgary 08:15 - …
 
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