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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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⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 00:05 - Is The Real Estate Market Crashing In The Fraser Valley ? And What Should Buyers Be Feeling Right Now ? 00:51 - Surrey 02:52 - Langley 03:52 - Cloverdale 05:32 - North Delta 06:30 - Abbotsford 06:58 - Chilliwack 08:02 - What Should Buyers Be Feeling Right Now ? 12:06 - Planning 14:05 - Is It Still A Good Time To Buy ? 18:40 -…
 
NDP leadership candidate David Eby is promising sweeping housing changes to B.C. if he's elected and becomes premier. We'll get reaction from the Condominium Home Owners Association of B.C. as well as the B.C. Non-Profit Housing Association. And in our second half, how are your marking the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation? We'll hear from …
 
Municipal elections are around the corner. We'll talk about engagement in local politics, and take your calls on what's influencing your vote. And in our second half, physician and author Dr. Gabor Mate joins us to talk about his new bestselling book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture.…
 
Gas prices are going higher than $2.30 in much of the province—that's 85 cents more than it costs in Ontario. We'll talk to an economist about why this is happening here, and a personal finance expert about how to manage your finances. And in our second half, how can we find hope amid climate anxiety? Elin Kelsey, the author of Hope Matters: Why Ch…
 
Federal ministers announced the end to all travel restrictions today, including testing, quarantine, proof-of-vaccination and masking on planes. We'll talk through the implications with Julianne Piper with the Pandemics & Borders research project. And in our second half: are our expectations around work attire different as we head back to the offic…
 
Childcare advocates are applauding the Province's announcement to cut daycare costs by up to $550 a month, and nearly double $10-a-day daycare spots by the end of the year. We'll talk about who will benefit and what work still needs to be done. And in our second half, Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden takes your questions.…
 
The federal Liberals have launched their review of the Cannabis Act, four years after legalization. We'll talk with the Retail Cannabis Council of British Columbia and the Vancouver city councillor who headed that city's marijuana file. And in our second half, as Postmedia announces the end of Monday editions for nine urban newspapers, we'll reflec…
 
Addressing Russia on Wednesday, Vladimir Putin announced he's calling up 300,000 more troops for his war in Ukraine. We'll talk about what that says about the conflict, and the prospect of nuclear war. And in our second half, Statistics Canada has crunched housing numbers from its latest census, and no surprise: home ownership is down in Canada. We…
 
The cost of food is increasing at the fastest pace in 40 years. We'll talk about what's driving the trend and how consumers can catch a break as grocery chains make record profits. And in our second half, what's causing healthcare burnout? We'll hear from a professor at the UBC School of Nursing.
 
⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 00:00 - Jeff Chadha And Lae Soudarack Do The Intro For Episode 38 And Go Over How To Save For A House While Renting In Canada 02:02 - Budget 02:49 - Have A Goal 03:39 - Savings Calculator Link https://worldsystembuilder.com/saving... 05:41 - Being Disciplined 06:32 - It Has To Be A Habit 07:51 - You Must Really Want To Save For Your …
 
People lined the streets in London, England to watch Queen Elizabeth II's funeral procession. And people tuned in to watch across the globe. As you watch the funeral unfold on your screen, does this have you thinking about your own rituals to mark the passing of a loved one? How did those practices change over the pandemic?…
 
The Union of B.C. Municipalities wraps up today. We'll talk about some of the housing initiatives they voted for—and against—with urban planner Andy Yan. And in our second half, cookbook author Claire Tansey joins us to talk about the pumpkin spice craze.
 
The latest report from Restaurants Canada shows that some restaurants will have to raise their prices by up to 15 per cent by the end of 2022. We'll talk about some of the reasons why...and what other stressors the restaurant industry is up against. And in our second half, what's behind burnout? And how can workplaces prevent it? We'll chat with Me…
 
British Columbia is closing schools on Monday, as it has declared September 19 a day of remembrance for the Queen. We'll talk to a principal about the effect on students and families. And in our second half, a new report on climate change is ringing alarm bells, but will policy-makers heed them? We'll talk to team lead with the Climate Emergency Un…
 
Justin Trudeau has announced a holiday on Monday to mourn the Queen, but who will get the day off to pay respects is still unclear. We'll hear from the Surrey Board of Trade, and take your calls. And in our second half, as the baby boomer generation ages, the number of people living with dementia will rise significantly. We'll talk to the Alzheimer…
 
Michelle Eliot talks with Sarah Henderson, the scientific director of Environmental Health Services at BCCDC and of the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health, about the impacts of breathing in wildfire smoke. In the second half hour, CHEK news political correspondent Rob Shaw joins Michelle Eliot to talk about Pierre Poilievre winn…
 
A senate committee hearing on Islamophobia. And then, the Bank of Canada has hiked its benchmark interest rate again, to 3.25 per cent—the latest such increase in its quest to tamper inflation. We'll talk to economist Marc Lee about how this will affect borrowers. And in our second half, parenting expert Alyson Schafer helps guide us through back-t…
 
The BCAA is giving drivers a D grade for their knowledge of school zone rules. We'll chat with their director of community impact, Shawn Pettipas. And in our second half, more guidelines and less rules: we'll talk with Dr. Brian Conway about how to keep your kids safe in yet another pandemic year.
 
Health Canada has approved Moderna's updated COVID-19 vaccine targeting the Omicron variant. Dr. Iris Gorfinkel gives us the latest information, and takes your questions. And in our second half: we talk about the songs of summer, 2022—and take your requests!
 
Ian William Craig is a singer, an ambient musician and songwriter based in Vancouver. He has a new album coming out later this month. It's the soundtrack to a video game called "Magnesium 173." Matthew Parsons talked with Ian for our series "Record Keeping," where we talk with creative people around the province about the music that shaped their li…
 
The Province has announced new funding that they say will make back-to-school more affordable for families in need, but critics say affordability issues for parents require systemic solutions. We'll talk to the Vancouver DPAC and Single Mothers Alliance of B.C. And in our second half, what are you harvesting this season? We'll talk to a Vancouver c…
 
There are gatherings, vigils and rallies across the province today, as British Columbians recognize International Overdose Awareness Day. We'll talk to advocates and family members who have lost loved ones, and hear from a counsellor. Plus, we take your calls and hear how this public health emergency has impacted you.…
 
Floods have put one third of Pakistan underwater. We'll discuss the response from the Pakistani community in British Columbia, as well as what needs to be done to mitigate further global climate disaster. And in our second half, the group BC Ed Access has been tracking incidents where students were excluded in school. We'll talk about challenges to…
 
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:01 - How Can A Cooling Off Period Impact The Real Estate Market ? 06:08 - Can This Cooling Off Period Discourage Some Sellers ? 13:43 - Could There Be Any Potential Loopholes ? 22:22 - Ricky J and Jeff Chadha Do The Outro You can get a copy of Jeffs book absolutely FREE. Why am I giving it away for free? Because I know the strate…
 
Several cannabis shops are indefinitely closed and bars and restaurants are having trouble sourcing product. We'll talk to a labour expert about the ramifications of the BCGEU strike—now entering week three—and how it might get resolved. And in our second half, a new podcast sheds light on the mental health experiences of young adults. We'll hear a…
 
A police incident on-board the ship "Coastal Inspiration" caused delays and cancellations between Tsawwassen and Duke Point today. BC Ferries says staffing is at the heart of the issue. We'll chat with public affairs executive director Deborah Marshall, as well as Provincial President of the BC Ferry & Marine Workers' Union, Eric McNeely. And in ou…
 
Ukraine's Independence Day coincides with six months of Russia's war on Ukraine. We'll talk to Father Mykhailo Ozorovych of Holy Eucharist Cathedral in New Westminster about resettlement efforts in the Lower Mainland. And in our second half, in the second week of BCGEU strike action, we talk to professor of occupational and environmental health Chr…
 
Yet another fire in the Downtown Eastside displaced almost 60 people yesterday. We talk to the director of the Housing Research Collaborative at U.B.C., Penny Gurstein, and Abundant Housing Vancouver's Daniel Oleksiuk. And in our second half, the 55+ Canada Games kick off in Kamloops. We'll talk to the host committee, and hear from you about playin…
 
As more B.C. hospitals face emergency room closures, we examine how to get more trained nurses working in the province. We talk to a rural physician and a professor of nursing. And in our second half: looking forward to Fall travel deals, as airline prices begin to drop.
 
B.C. Liquor Stores are limiting purchases due to an ongoing strike at distribution centres. We'll hear from B.C.'s Alliance of Beverage Licensees about that, as well as an expert in B.C. labour about what other potential strike action we could see this summer and fall. And in our second half, gardening expert Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden t…
 
Temperatures are soaring across B.C. And when it gets hot, calls to the provincial mental health and suicide lines increase. We'll talk about heat and mental health with director of the Interior Crisis Line. And in our second half, have you ridden an e-bike? What are your safety concerns about e-bikes on the road? We'll chat with the director of ed…
 
The latest Census numbers show that Canada's linguistic diversity is on the rise, with 12 per cent of Canadians predominately speaking a non-official language at home. The number of South Asian speakers, in particular, is booming. We'll talk to an expert in Indigenous languages and a lecturer for Punjabi language; And in our second half, back-to-sc…
 
Over 10,000 illicit drug deaths since the Province declared a public health emergency in 2016. And at least 1,095 British Columbians have died from the toxic drug supply from January to June of this year. That's some of what we learned from a new report and news conference from the B.C. Coroners Service today. We'll talk with a doctor who specializ…
 
A senior in Ashcroft died while waiting for the ambulance over the weekend. We’ll hear from the mayor, and also from the Ambulance Paramedics & Emergency Dispatchers of B.C. about ambulance waits in the province and how to address the problem now. And in our second half, the City of Williams Lake is declaring its first official Pride Week. We’ll ta…
 
Evidence of the impact of Climate change is all around us. How has it impacted you?and in our second half, dogs make amazing companions - but they take time to train! Are you having a… RUFF time with your dog? We take your questions about dog behaviour.
 
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.…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
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