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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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Should I Buy A Presale Condo In Surrey BC - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 43 In this video, we're asking the question - should you buy a Presale Condo in Surrey BC? It's a tough question, because there's a lot of factors to consider. But one thing is for sure - if you're looking to purchase a presale condo in Surrey BC and Fraser Val…
 
Corey Nislow works in the field of genomics at UBC's Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. His lab has sent samples of yeast and algae into space aboard the Artemis 1 mission that's currently heading to the moon and back. Sheryl talked with him about this mission, and his life in science generally.
 
A winter storm is upon us in many parts of the province. We're joined by resident mechanic Sam Tremblay to make sure your vehicle is winter ready. Next, after much outcry, the province has reversed course on changes to funding for children with autism and other complex needs.
 
The Province has announced new measures to get foreign doctors working in B.C. We'll talk to the president of Doctors of B.C., Dr. Ramneek Dosanjh, as well as an advocate for internationally trained MDs. And in our second half, is it too early for Christmas tunes? When do you start listening? Lisa Christiansen weighs in and we take your requests.…
 
Premier David Eby announced a slate of housing priorities this week. Now, B.C. Green Party Leader Sonia Furstenau is pushing for increased disability assistance for low-income people and more non-market housing. Next, everything seems to be more expensive these days. Right in time for the holiday season. We talk managing finances this time of year.…
 
Vancouver ABC Party Trustees are looking to deliver on a campaign promise to reinstate school liaison officers. Do you think police have a place in schools? Next we check in on the Canada - Belgium World Cup game. Then continue our discussion from yesterday on renters in B.C.
 
Premier Eby announces major legislation to tackle housing affordability this morning. Yesterday he came out with a plan on violent repeat offenders. What's your take on his first days in office? Next, the World Cup is here! Who are you rooting for?
 
B.C. has a new premier today, David Eby was sworn in this morning. He made some bold promises on the campaign trail for the NDP leadership position. We're asking what you want to see from him on day one. Next it's Brian Minter Friday! We're talking shifting plants indoors for the winter.
 
The living wage in Metro Vancouver and across the province is going up. That's according to the B.C. Office of Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives is out. Next we're asking for your food substitution recipe hacks. We're joined by David Joachim, author of The Food Substitutions Bible.
 
Public health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry addressed the province today but did not implement a mask mandate. That's despite some experts and advocates calling for one - at least in schools. Next, B.C. is asking gig workers about their experience and working conditions as part of a public consultation. We're asking how gig work is going for you.…
 
Surrey City Council has taken the first step in stopping the transition from RCMP to the new Surrey Police Service. After a mayoral race partly based on the debate we're asking if policing is being politicized in the province. Next, Canada and BC is forecasting a drop in residential real estate prices. Will this translate to more affordable homes?…
 
It's been one year since a devastating atmospheric river swept across B.C. We want to hear your stories from last year and how you're still coping. Next, influenza is on the rise in Canada. How are you protecting yourself?
 
⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 00:00 - Surrey BC Real Estate Market Predictions for 2023 03:17 - The Housing Affordability Problem 04:47 - Could Mortgage Rates Hit As High As 10% By End Next Years Spring Market ? 08:20 - What If Your Forced To Sell Your Home ? 10:02- Don't Forget To Drop The Comment " I Have Subscribed " In The Comment Box Of Our Youtube Videos Af…
 
Three viruses are hitting Canada at the same time. That along with ongoing shortages of children's pain and fever medications has some parents worried. Next, we're talking about Movember and how men can take care of their mental and physical health.
 
A Vancouver Police Department report on the cost of the city's social safety net has some questioning their intent. We're asking why poverty has become such a hot button issue in the province. Next, Jeopardy superstar Mattea Roach joins us to talk all things trivia.
 
The 2022 midterm elections are today in the United States. On the ballot are control of the House and Senate as well as key issues between the U.S. and Canada. How will the results affect you? Next, the B.C. Beer awards were this weekend. Back for the first time since 2019. We're asking about your favourite type of B.C. beer.…
 
The family of a Victoria teenager who died of a drug overdose last week is calling on parents to have conversations with their kids about substance use. We're asking if you talk to your children about the issue, and if schools should get involved. Next, there's a winter storm brewing across the province. Master Gardener Brian Minter talks us throug…
 
The UN conference on climate action, COP27, begins in Egypt this weekend. We're asking whether international climate conferences make a difference, and how local governments can contribute to climate action. Next, Al Fortune is running his 13th marathon in New York, raising awareness about diabetes in the process. So we're talking to some marathon …
 
In this episode of the BC Real Estate Podcast, we're discussing the current state of the Fraser Valley real estate market. From overviews of recent trends to predictions for the future, this episode has something for everyone interested in buying or selling a home in the Fraser Valley. So whether you're looking to buy or sell, be sure to check out …
 
We are expecting a fall economic update from finance minister Chrystia Freeland this Thursday. What would you like to see from the federal government? And how should they tackle inflation? Professor of finance Andrey Pavlov joins us. And in our second half, what advice would you give to a younger you starting out in the work world? Our guest is Amy…
 
The province unveiled a new payment model for family physicians today. We'll hear from the president of Doctors of BC, Dr. Ramneek Dosanjh, about how this could help alleviate the doctor shortage. And in our second half, it's Halloween: what are you wearing? We caught up with some Halloween and costume stores.…
 
The B.C. government has decided not to back an Olympic bid led by four First Nations to host the games in 2030, saying it would be too expensive, and compromise the government's ability to address other issues. What do you make of the decision? In our second half, with Halloween just around the corner, we ask you what is the scariest movie you've e…
 
With rain now coming to B.C., what are some of the things to keep in mind as we try to prepare for possible flooding? The Canadian Senate says B.C. is in need of a flood management plan. Abbotsford Mayor Henry Braun will join us with comment. In our second half, Food Banks Canada has released its HungerCount 2022 report, showing a sharp increase in…
 
The Bank of Canada has hiked the interest rate for the sixth time since March in an effort to cool soaring interest rates which hit a 40-year high in June. This might not be the last time a hike is introduced. Economist Jim Stanford is here to take your questions. In our second half, David Suzuki is here after announcing his retirement to discuss t…
 
As the province continues to grapple with homelessness, concerns about issues like public safety, mental health and addictions are being raised. Can we address any one issue without the others? Homeless advocates Carol-Ann Flanagan and Bob Hughes join us for that discussion. In our second half, we talk about how to conserve rainwater and using wate…
 
For weeks, protests have taken place in Vancouver and other Canadian cities in solidarity with anti-government demonstrations in Iran. After 22-year old Mahsa Amini died in police custody after allegedly violating hijab rules. Human rights activist Nazanin Afshin-Jam MacKay joins us to take calls. In our second half, Diwali begins today. How are yo…
 
David Eby is officially the Premier designate. So what should his priorities be? And how might the leadership campaign drama affect his first moves? We'll talk to political scientist, Sanjay Jeram. And in our second half: the weather is finally changing with welcome rain in parts of the province. We'll talk about what to expect in the coming days, …
 
Today on the show, we talk about the state of provincial politics now that Anjali Appadurai has been disqualified from the B.C. NDP leadership race with guest Gerald Baier, political science professor at UBC. In our second half, Master Gardener Brian Minter is here to take your gardening questions.
 
A report by the B.C. NDP's Chief Electoral Officer recommends disqualifying Anjali Appadurai from the leadership after finding the climate activist "engaged in serious improper conduct by co-ordinating with third parties, including Dogwood, that conducted membership drives on her behalf." In our second half, we address the poor air quality and air …
 
A local state of emergency has been declared on the Sunshine Coast due to drought conditions. Some parts of B.C. have hit Stage 5 drought conditions, the most severe on the province's scale. We hear about ways we can manage our water supply. In our second half, we talk to Ken Bokor, host of the EV Revolution Show on YouTube, and answer your questio…
 
Municipal elections took place on Saturday, and many City Halls around B.C. saw some change. We get a lay of the land from political science professor Hamish Telford. In our second half, Bob McDonald, host of Quirks & Quarks on CBC, joins us to talk about his new book The Future is Now: Solving the Climate Crisis with Today's Technologies" and take…
 
How are transportation issues and climate change affecting how you're voting in the upcoming municipal elections? CBC reporters Brady Strachan and Justin McElroy join us from Kelowna and Vancouver, respectively, to talk about the former. And in our second half, we'll hear about earth-friendly policy from Wilderness Committee's climate campaigner, P…
 
How Interest Rates Can Affect The Real Estate Market - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 40 Buy Us A Coffee Here: https://sociabuzz.com/bcrealestatepod... Bitcoin: 3Mf31B5ukEx43GudqaDrfuE122aJMH5KDR Etherium & CRO : 0xaE5a5045cFEc3f5dEB0077228bc20776A3C68281 ⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 00:00 - How Can Interest Rates Affect The Real Estate Market In B…
 
Crime and safety is top of mind for many British Columbians as we approach the upcoming municipal elections. We'll talk to political scientist Stewart Prest about why it's top-of-mind and whether that's justified. And in our second half, the challenges of finding and keeping work when you live with a disability. We'll chat with disability advocate …
 
After months of being mired in scandal, Hockey Canada's CEO and entire board of directors has stepped down. We'll talk about next steps with a former board chair and a professor of sport management. And in our second half, according to a recent Research Co. poll, housing is the number one most important issue to voters in Vancouver. We'll talk to a…
 
Corporate sponsors like Tim Hortons, Telus and Canadian Tire are parting ways with Hockey Canada. We'll talk with safe sport advocate Allison Forsyth about what it will take for changes to be made at the organization. And in our second half, Bonnie Stern joins us to talk about her new cookbook, Don't Worry, Just Cook.…
 
Warm temperatures and drought are making October feel more like August. We'll hear from the Sunshine Coast Regional District about low water supply, and a farmer in Abbotsford about how the weather is affecting his crops. And in our second half, municipal elections are coming up, so how can we improve voter turnout? We'll talk to a political scient…
 
A recent poll commissioned by B.C.’s Office of the Human Rights Commissioner (BCOHRC) found that one in four people with a disability has experienced discrimination in the last year. We'll talk to the B.C. Human Rights Commissioner, Kasari Govender, about a new awareness campaign: #RewriteTheRules. And in our second half, country music icon Loretta…
 
B.C. environmental groups are taking the provincial government to court tomorrow. Then we're joined by CBC's Johanna Wagstaffe to talk about record-breaking heat this Fall. Next, two contestants from Season 6 of the Great Canadian Baking Show join us to take calls about your favourite fall baking dishes.…
 
⏱️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 …
 
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