Chapter 1: The results are not looking good as a poll shows Hockey Canada is not sitting in a favourable light with most Canadians. Guest: Shachi Kurl, President of Angus Reid Institute Chapter 2: New figures released by the BC Coroners Office show that Kelowna is heading towards its deadliest year of toxic drug overdoses. Guest: Sheila Malcolmson, Minister of Mental Health & Addictions Chapter 3: Lingering COVID-19 border restrictions are having a negative impact on Simon Fraser University athletics. Guest: Theresa Hanson, SFU senior athletics and recreation director Chapter 4: The BCGEU have set up picket lines outside of liquor distribution centres across the province and it’s now impacting local restaurants and pubs. Guest: Ian Tostenson, president of the B.C. Restaurant and Foodservices Association
What makes a snack, flavour or food item trendy? And why is food culture leaning into the the dill pickle flavor this year? Guest: Sally Lyons Wyatt, IRI's snacking expert, Executive Vice President and Practice Leader, Client Insights, IRI.
Chapter 1: There is a lot of frustration around the operations at Pearson international airport. How does the airline industry avoid future chaos? Guest: Duncan Dee, Former Air Canada COO, Expert of public transportation and policy. Chapter 2: (Part 1) British Columbia is on its way to once again breaking a grim record: recording more overdose deaths than ever before. Guest: Susan Sanderson, the executive director of Realistic Success Recovery Society Chapter 3: (Part 2) British Columbia is on its way to once again breaking a grim record: recording more overdose deaths than ever before. Guest: Michael Gray, Founder/ Chairman at Fentanyl Awareness Coalition. Chapter 4: Officials and conservation officers are still looking for at least one wolf at large following an incident at the Greater Vancouver Zoo that saw wolves escape. Guest: Chantelle Archambault Communications Director at the Vancouver Humane Society. Chapter 5: Canadian department store Zellers hopes to make a comeback next year, a decade after the discount chain shuttered most of its locations. Guest: David Ian Gray , Marketing Expert, Dig360
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The daily overdose death rate in BC is now more than double what it was when the public health emergency was declared. What is the government response to the numbers? We get a local look at the top political stories with the help of Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer.
Chapter 1: Richmond gym owner Paul Jin has still not been charged with any criminal offense despite a years-long police investigation and now a civil forfeiture lawsuit has been filed to go after real estate valued at $10 million. Guest: Sam Cooper, Global National Investigative Reporter. Chapter 2: Hockey Canada scored poorly in governance review even before the sexual-assault settlement controversy. Guest: Grant Robertson, Globe and Mail Senior Writer. Chapter 3: Global News has learned about a concerning case involving a veteran who was inappropriately offered medical assistance in dying by a federal government employee working for Veterans Canada. Guest: Mercedes Stephenson. Global News Ottawa Bureau Chief Chapter 4: Thousands of migrating sockeye and chinook salmon are making their way over a massive rock slide on British Columbia’s Fraser River this summer. Guest: Greg Taylor, a fishery advisor for Watershed Watch Salmon Society Chapter 5: The desire for additional road capacity for the new replacement Pattullo Bridge is once again being raised by the Surrey Board of Trade. Guest: Anita Huberman, CEO Surrey Board of Trade Chapter 6: Would a new medical school in the province help to solve the family doctor shortage in BC. Guest: David May, president of the B.C. College of Family Physicians
Chapter 1: Today marks one year since the Taliban recaptured Afghanistan's capital city Kabul. By the end of August 2021, the last U.S. troops had left the country. Guest: Aurel Braun, Professor of international relations and political science at the University of Toronto Chapter 2: British Columbia Premier John Horgan has called a byelection for the Surrey South electoral district. Guest: Dr. Hamish Telford - Associate Professor of Political Science, University of the Fraser Valley. Chapter 3: Despite an ongoing teacher shortage, new teacher graduates are still facing hurdles to get into classrooms. Guest: Clint Johnston, President, BCTF. Chapter 4: Paramedic wait times in small communities are having dire effects on members of the community. Guest: Barbara Roden, Mayor of the Village of Ashcroft. Chapter 5: We now know what initial job action the BC General Employees' Union will be taking when it enters legal strike position Guest: Stephanie Smith, President of the BCGEU. Guest: Jeff Guignard, Executive Director, ABLE BC
It was a 41-40 win in Calgary, so how big is it when it comes to setting the tone for division standings? Guest: Rick Campbell, Head coach of the BC Lions.
The BCGEU says it will start job action by forming picket lines at 4 BC Liquor Distribution branches across the province. We get a local look at the top political stories with the help of Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer.
Chapter 1: After the FBI executed a search warrant on former U.S. president Donald Trump's Florida home, Attorney General Merrick Garland is now looking to make those warrants public. Guest: Reggie Cecchini, Global News Washington Correspondent. Chapter 2: The Liberals are calling for action to solve the healthcare crisis in British Columbia. Guest: Shirley Bond, BC Liberal MLA and Critic for Seniors Services & Long Term Care, and Critic for Health. Chapter 3: The number of residential homes sold in British Columbia dropped precipitously from July last year, but prices still managed to edge upward. Guest: Brendon Ogmundson, Chief Economist, BC Real Estate Association Chapter 4: Legendary Vancouver Chef Rob Feenie is back and opening a new restaurant Guest: Rob Feenie, Legendary Vancouver Chef.
Chapter 1: Former President Donald Trump showed up for questioning under oath in New York’s civil investigation into his business practices. Guest: Linda Kenyon, CBS Reporter in Washington. Chapter 2: How making a personal connection about the Ukraine war can make people care differently about the crisis. Guest: Raji Sohal, Mornings with Simi Contributor Chapter 3: The Perseids meteor shower will be hitting its peak, so how can you see this meteor shower? And is there anything different for this year? Guest: Frédérique Baron, Astrophysicist at Université de Montréal. Chapter 4: All this week we’ve been discussing the idea of pharmacists being able to write prescriptions for chronic medication to lessen the load on family doctors. Guest: Annette Robinson, past president BC Pharmacy Association Chapter 5: Employees at all levels are losing their jobs in tech. What’s going on? Guest: CKNW Contributor Raji Sohal interviewed Ethan who just lost his job as one of the directors with a venture capital company in Vancouver and Josh O’Kane, Technology Reporter, Globe and Mail. Chapter 6: Thunderstorms and lightning are expected to continue today in multiple regions across BC. This comes as BC is already dealing with various wildfires Guest: Bobby Sekhon, Environment Canada Meteorologist.
Climate activist Anjali Appadurai, one of the leaders of the Climate Emergency Unit, has thrown her hat into the ring to be the next leader of the BC NDP. We get a local look at the top political stories with the help of Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer.
Chapter 1: Hockey Canada appears to be trying to salvage its World Juniors championship as the tournament gets underway in Edmonton. Guest: Dan Mason, Sports culture expert and professor of sport management at the University of Alberta. Chapter 2: If you are trying to avoid your friends and family online, WhatsApp privacy changes may be able to help you out. Guest: Raji Sohal, Mornings with Simi Contributor Chapter 3: Building cities that are resilient to climate change has become an urgent necessity in the face of extreme weather Guest: Brent Toderian, City planner, Urbanist at TODUrbanWORKS. Former Vancouver chief planner. Chapter 4: City of Vancouver crews began removing homeless encampment tents along Hastings Street on Tuesday and it was not without chaos. Guest: Constable Tania Visitin, Media Relations Officer/ Public Affairs for the Vancouver Police Department Chapter 5: One person has died and another has been transported to the hospital following another daylight shooting in Surrey. Guest: Kim Bolan, Crime Reporter for the Vancouver Sun. Chapter 6: The removal of tents from the Downtown Eastside was done to reduce the risk of fire hazards. But what new risks come about from displacing the people who lived in those tents? Guest: Contributor Raji Sohal interviewed Stepan Wood, Canada Research Chair in Law, Society and Sustainability, Professor Allard School of Law at UBC.
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The Medical services commission investigated allegations that Telus is charging patients for access to basic health needs. We get a local look at the top political stories with the help of Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer.
Chapter 1: Is it time for the RCMP to discontinue the use of controversial spyware to access the encrypted communications of targets Guest: Brenda McPhail, Director, Privacy, Technology & Surveillance Program at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association(CCLA) Chapter 2: Could front line worker woes be mitigated if every new corporate employee worked on the front line before going to the head office? Guest: Raji Sohal, Mornings with Simi Contributor Chapter 3: FBI agents executed a search warrant at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort and home in Palm Beach, Florida, according to a statement from the former U.S. president. Guest: Reggie Cecchini, Global News Washington Correspondent. Chapter 4: Has there ever been an FBI raid on a current or former US President’s home? Guest: Professor Allan J. Lichtman, American Political Historian, and author of “The Case for Impeachment”. Chapter 5: There are concerns that Vancouver's latest tent city is harming businesses and driving tourists away. Guest: Royce Chwin, president and CEO of Destination Vancouver. Chapter 6: We’ve heard from many of our listeners who are among the hundreds of thousands of BC residents without a family doctor. Many were seniors. Guest: CKNW Contributor Raji Sohal interviewed Isobel Mackenzie, B.C. Seniors Advocate Chapter 7: A good news story for BC wildlife as Pink Salmon are returning by the thousands this year. Guest: Bob Chamberlin, Chair, First Nations Wild Salmon Alliance.
David Eby is out talking and showing his support for Victoria council’s controversial missing middle initiative saying he hopes councillors support it. We get a local look at the top political stories with the help of Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer.
Chapter 1: An interesting conversation was started over the weekend by Dr. Kevin McLeod, internal medicine specialist at Lions Gate Hospital. Guest: Dr. Kevin McLeod, Internal Medicine Specialist, Lions Gate Hospital Chapter 2: There’s an article in the New York Times about Vancouver’s safe supply. And the headline reads, “Fentanyl from the Government?” Guest: CKNW show contributor Raji Sohal interviewed Annabel Mead Chapter 3: Multiple people were sent to hospital Saturday night after a man allegedly attacked them with a machete Guest: Constable Tania Visitin, Media Relations Officer/ Public Affairs for the Vancouver Police Department Chapter 4: A parliamentary committee will begin exploring RCMP‘s use of spyware Guest: David Fraser, Privacy Lawyer & Partner at McInnes Cooper
It was a big 46-14 win over Edmonton with Nathan Rourke breaking his own Canadian record with 477 passing yards. Guest: Rick Campbell, Headcoach of the BC Lions.
They might be important, but they aren't necessarily the future of healthcare in BC. We get a local look at the top political stories with the help of Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer.
Ch. 1: Conservative leadership debate Jean Charest spent the last official debate of the federal Conservative leadership race on Wednesday stressing that his experience as a political leader is what the party needs to unite. Guest: Alex Boutilier, Global News Senior National Politics Reporter Ch. 2: Lengthy delays during 9-1-1 calls Paramedics across Canada are struggling to answer emergency calls and provide care because of staff shortages and overcrowded hospitals, with people who are calling 911 in many regions of Canada facing lengthy delays, sometimes hours long, for ambulances – and further delays once they arrive at hospitals. Guest: Troy Clifford, Provincial President of Ambulance Paramedics and Emergency Dispatchers of BC & is an active paramedic Ch. 3: Advocates say Vancouver park board blocked access to shade during heat wave A significant section in the southwest corner of CRAB park — much of the park’s shady, treed area — has been fenced off since the spring. Guest: Fiona York, CRAB Park advocate Ch. 4: Police-reported sexual assaults up 15 per cent in British Columbia A new report from Statistics Canada shows police-reported sexual assaults went up 15 per cent in British Columbia in 2021 from the prior year. The rise in sexual assaults is not specific to the province, with the national rate rising 18 per cent, according to StatCan crime data for 2021 released on Tuesday. Guest: Angela Marie MacDougall, Executive Director of Battered Women’s Support Services
John Horgan's flippant comment Wednesday at a press conference that he'll "take out an ad in the paper" if the prime minister doesn't give him more health funding, in reference to the elderly woman we talked about Monday who'd taken out an ad in the paper to find a doctor. Guest: Rob Shaw, Political Correspondent for CHEK News
Ch. 1: U.S. will stand by Taiwan, Pelosi says during visit as China protests U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, meeting leaders in Taiwan despite warnings from China, said Wednesday that she and other members of Congress in a visiting delegation are showing they will not abandon their commitment to the self-governing island. Guest: Reggie Cecchini, Global News Washington Correspondent Ch. 2: Electric vehicle rebate now up to $4000 in B.C. Those with a personal income above $100,000 or households with incomes above $165,000 are no longer entitled to the discount Guest: Blair Qualey, President & CEO, NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION OF B.C. Ch. 3: B.C. Housing CEO resigns In a surprise announcement Tuesday, the CEO of BC Housing, Shayne Ramsey, announced he is retiring. In a letter posted to the organization’s website, Ramsey said it all started to change for him on May 7. He said he watched police descend on Crab Park in Vancouver after a man was fatally stabbed. His neighbour was knocked down by two people accused of the man’s murder as they ran across the park. Guest: Guy Felicella, Harm reduction advocate, overcame drug addiction Ch. 4: More on Shayne Ramsey resigning. In a surprise announcement Tuesday, the CEO of BC Housing, Shayne Ramsey, announced he is retiring. In a letter posted to the organization’s website, Ramsey said it all started to change for him on May 7. Guest: Mike Bernier, Critic for Housing; Critic for Accessibility
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