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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.
 
Are you interested in learning about the British Columbia Canada Real Estate Market? Join The BC Real Estate Podcast Channel:✅ 📲 Subscribe to this channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeq2Oq1JfHzlZMDasIUc0eg?sub_confirmation=1 🔹Contact Us:🔹 Ricky J and Jeff Chadha 📲 Call/Text Direct at 1-778-682-4545 📲 Email: bcrealestatepodcast@gmail.com 👨‍💻 Website: https://www.jeffchadhahomes.com/ #bcrealestatepodcast #bcrealestate #realestatepodcast
 
Powered by Family Caregivers of British Columbia and hosted by Bill Israel, "Caregivers Out Loud" will explore the ways in which the role of a caregiver can be both rewarding, while also emotionally, psychologically, and physically taxing. By sharing stories of caregivers and insight from community experts, we bring you perspective and connection, and ensure that you have support and balance from inspired caregivers, who are caregiving out loud. Please share this podcast with family and frie ...
 
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
 
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Surrey BC Real Estate Market Update July 2021 and Predictions - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast - Episode 10 Are you interested in learning about the British Columbia Canada Real Estate Market? Join The BC Real Estate Podcast Channel:✅ 📲 Subscribe to this channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeq2... 🔹Contact Us:🔹 Ricky J and Jeff Cha…
 
Grace Johnston is a student in the UBC Master's of Journalism program interning with NXNW for the next few weeks. She has been speaking with YVR Art Foundation recipients, including Sydney Pickering, an artist from the Lil'wat Nation.
 
Ahead of a forecasted weekend heatwave, geriatrician and UBC associate professor Dr. Maria Chung discusses how to prepare, and lessons learned from the heatwave in late June that killed 570 people, according to the BC Coroners Service. Writer Bejanmin Leszcz and registered clinical counsellor Benjamin Wong discuss smartphone addiction and strategie…
 
Wilfred Laurier University sports psychologist and Peak Resilience registered clinical counsellor Jennifer Hollinshead discuss American gymnast Simone Biles' decision to withdraw from two Olympic events in order to prioritize her mental health. Health minister Adrian Dix, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Interior Health medical health…
 
Hear from the Forest Enhancement Society of B.C. about strategies to mitigate the risk of wildfires in our province. In our second half, we reach out to Pride Societies around B.C. to find out what Pride means to them, as Vancouver Pride Week gets underway.
 
Ostrich farmer Katie Pasitney discusses why she isn't leaving her community of Edgewood, BC, despite wildfire evacuation orders. Biologist and zoologist Myles Lamont discusses growing human-wildlife conflicts following yet another coyote attack in Vancouver's Stanley Park. Master gardener Brian Minter answers your gardening questions.…
 
Artist Bobbi Kozinuk gives a tour of her sound art installation "Language as a Virus" -- an interactive radio experience that lets listeners hear user-submitted stories of pandemic isolation, broadcast over low-power FM radio around False Creek in Vancouver.
 
CBC reporter and former Olympian Karin Larsen and viaSport CEO Charlene Krepiakevich look ahead to the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. We get a tour of Bobbi Kozinuk's sound art installation "Language as a Virus," and QMUNITY co-executive director of programs and services Anoop Gill discusses maintaining connections in queer communities duri…
 
As wildfires continue to force evacuation alerts and orders across BC, RDOS information officer Erick Thompson and CBC reporter Brady Strachan give updates on the latest fire situation, while Tourism Industry Association of BC chair and BC Hotel Association president Ingrid Jarrett discuss the effect of the fires on BC's tourism industry and people…
 
BC Wildfire Service information officer Sarah Hall and CBC reporter Anita Bathe give updates on the wildfires burning across BC, including the Nk'mip fire near Osoyoos; First Nations Emergency Services Society forest fuels management liaison Brendan Mercer discusses provincial response to the fires so far. Journalist Mel Woods and musician Richard …
 
Menno Place CEO Karen Biggs discusses the relaxing of COVID-19 visiting rules in BC's long-term care facilities for fully vaccinated visitors, which begins today. Filmmaker Bob Turner discusses his new film "Dance of the Herring" and the joy of experiencing the natural world across the province.
 
Registered professional forester and wildfire management specialist John Davies says early hot and dry conditions across the continent means BC could be in for a long, potentially dangerous summer of wildfires -- and there may not be resources from other jurisdictions available to help when the time comes.…
 
Following the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation's announcement of the full findings of its preliminary report into unmarked graves at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, Kukpi7 Judy Wilson of the Neskonlith band discusses what's next in terms of healing, accountability and justice.
 
Fire Information Officer Karley Desrosiers gives an update on wildfires burning across BC. An SFU research fellow explores the implications of fully-vaccinated Americans being able to enter Canada as early as mid-August. And with parts of the province experiencing record-breaking heat temperatures, UBC professor Adam Rysanek discusses how to keep y…
 
Lawyer Angela Harris is part of a group of lawyers working pro bono trying to simplify the process of using traditional Indigenous names on government documents, like drivers licenses and passports -- which many people are often told isn't supported by current government systems.
 
With wildfires prompting more evacuation alerts across the province, BC Wildfire Service information officer Sarah Hall gives an update on the situation; then, 100 Mile House mayor Mitch Campsall and UBCO nursing professor Nelly Oelke discuss the stress and anxiety that come with living through natural disasters, particularly those related to clima…
 
The CBC's Chris Walker gives an update on the crane collapse in Kelowna that killed five people earlier this week; Christopher McLeod, head of UBC's Occupational and Environmental Health Division, discusses safety on the job and how to make construction sites safer. Olympic gold medalist Kyle Shewfelt discusses getting kids involved in sports and h…
 
CBC reporter Tom Popyk gives an update on a fatal crane collapse in Kelowna. BC seniors advocate Isobel Mackenzie discusses whether COVID vaccinations should be mandatory for healthcare workers. Chef Andie Bulman and the CBC's Baneet Braich share their recipes for their favourite summer treats, including mango lassi, chocolate mint mousse and more.…
 
The CBC's Baneet Braich gives an update on the wildfire situation around the province. With drinking now being legal in some parts of some Vancouver parks, Vancouver city councillor Pete Fry and Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research director Dr. Tim Naimi discuss whether drinking should be more widely allowed in BC parks. The CBC's Zameer K…
 
The Aging, Mobility, and Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at UBC isn’t your typical research lab full of microscopes and white lab coats. You're more likely to see people doing working out!Teresa Liu Ambrose is the Director of the lab and she’s been researching the effect of different kinds of exercise on healthy aging and the brain. Sheryl spoke …
 
It's been so great to roam around the province this way for the past year a half, meeting bookstore owners from all over. This time, Sheryl spoke with Cindy Dechief, who is a co owner of Faking Sanity Books in Dawson Creek. They spoke about the origin of the store's name, and discussed book recommendations.…
 
Lytton residents toured the community to survey the aftermath of the fire that destroyed the village. Guests: Priscilla Kazarian, Emergency Operations Centre information officer, Taylor Colman, B.C. Wildfire Service Fire information officer and Amy Cardinal Christianson, Fire Research Scientist with the Canadian Forest Service and a Métis woman fro…
 
After Vancouver-Granville MP Jody Wilson-Raybould announces she will not be seeking re-election, we discuss how to make Canadian politics more welcoming and inclusive for Indigenous voices with former Tsleil-Waututh chief Leah George-Wilson and Kwakwaka'wakw leader and former NDP candidate hopeful Bob Chamberlin. BC SPCA senior manager Emilia Gordo…
 
In the aftermath of a record-breaking heatwave, Clean Energy Canada executive director Merran Smith and UBC political scientist Kathryn Harrison discuss whether BC is doing enough to transition to low-carbon energy sources. As MuchMusic relaunches as a digital-first network, former MuchMusic VJ and producer Monika Deol joins the CBC's Lisa Christia…
 
Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council president Judith Sayers and UFV political scientist Hamish Telford discuss the announcement of Mary Simon as Canada's next governor general -- the first Indigenous person to hold the office. Vancouver City Planning Commission member Amina Yasin, Radical Action With Migrants in Agriculture spokesperson Elise Hjalmarson …
 
28% of Canadians or 1.8 million people, provided care to a family member or friend with a long-term health condition, disability or ageing need in the past year. Three-quarters of this group (6.1 million) were employed at the time, accounting for 35% of ALL employed Canadians. More and more people are becoming caregivers and a lot of these caregive…
 
After an early start to wildfire season, Brenden Mercer (forest fuels management liason with First Nations' Emergency Services Society of BC) and George Abbott (former MLA and author of a report on the government's response to the 2017 wildfires) discuss whether BC is prepared for future wildfires. Family physician Dr. Birinder Narang discusses the…
 
As wildfires continue to burn and force people out of their homes across the province, we take your calls and get the latest updates from Erika Berg with the BC Wildfire Service; Michelle Nordstrom with the Thompson-Nicola Regional District; CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe; and CBC reporter Brady Strachan.…
 
As Canadians continue to reckon with the legacy and ongoing trauma of residential schools, we discuss how to mark Canada Day this year with Indigenous relations consultant Solomon Reece; decolonial facilitator and designer Ta7talíya Michelle Nahanee; and Mission School District Indigenous mentor and teacher Peggy Janicki.…
 
CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe gives an update on the BC heatwave. VCH medical health officer Dr. Michael Schwandt discusses the health effects of extended extreme heat and how to stay safe. Retired climate scientist and author Stewart Cohen discusses the heatwave's connection to climate change and what can be done about it.…
 
More heat records are set to fall as a high-pressure heat dome continues to cover much of northwestern North America. We discuss how it's being felt in BC with SFU health sciences professor Scott Lear; CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe; BC Care Providers Association CEO Terry Lake; and WorkSafeBC field prevention services senior manager Barry Nak…
 
Tracy Chalmers is passionate about changing the ways we think about dying. Tracy is a practicing End of Life Doula and an instructor in the Douglas College course for EOL Doulas. We talked about Advance Care Planning and about what and EOL Doula does.
 
B.C. is about to be hit by a heat wave expected to bring temperatures of up to 40 degrees Celsius in some parts of the province. Dr. Michael Curry is here to bring us tips on keeping healthy, safe and cool. In our second half, Brian Minter is here to answer all your gardening questions.
 
After the Cowessess First Nation announces the discovery of as many as 715 unmarked graves connected to a former residential school on its territory in Saskatchewan, Indigenous Corporate Training president Bob Joseph and organizational change consultant Parker Johnson discuss what Canadians can do to support Indigenous people and communities amid o…
 
We discuss how to make the most of a summer roadtrip as the pandemic slowly winds down with Vancouver Mom writer Jenn Wint, Big Horn Cafe owner Carleen Campbell and wildlife educator Connel Bradwell. Stawamus School principal Colleen DeVeyrac joins Michelle to hear stories from graduating students -- and parents -- as BC's Grade 12 students mark an…
 
CBC meteorologist and science reporter Johanna Wagstaffe discusses BC's first big heatwave of the summer, with temperatures expected to hit 40 degrees in some parts of the province by the end of the week. Veterinarian Dr. Adrian Walton answers your questions about all things pets -- including how to keep them cool.…
 
SFU Canada Research Chair in global health governance Kelley Lee discusses the federal government's announcement that fully vaccinated Canadians and permanent residents will no longer be required to quarantine upon returning to the country. On National Indigenous Peoples Day, CBC journalist Wawmeesh Hamilton and First Peoples' Cultural Council lang…
 
After NACI recommends avoiding a second dose of AstraZeneca in favour of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, Dr. Brian Conway of the Vancouver Infectious Disease Centre answers your vaccination questions. Looking Glass Foundation executive director Susan Climie and psychiatrist Dr. Julia Raudzus discuss eating disorders, and how the pandemic may have exacerb…
 
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