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    The Full Show: Mayor of Vancouver Kennedy Stewart opens up about violent crime in the city, mayoral candidate Ken Sim hits back at the mayor & dismantling of the English Bay Barge continues

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:43

    "We've always looked at the Americans and thought thank god we're not like them," says former Attorney General Wally Oppal on violent crime in Vancouver   Wally Oppal, Former Attorney General and Lawyer for Boughton Law Corporation says Vancouver needs to get tougher on crime and deal with mental health challenges after a weekend machete attack on a busy downtown street. Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart speaks out on violent crime after weekend machete attack on busy downtown street  Kennedy Stewart, Mayor of Vancouver discusses violent crime within the city of Vancouver, what needs to be done to solve the issue and where he thinks the mayors powers are lacking. Thoughts on Mayor Kennedy Stewart's comments on Vancouver's safety and reputation Ken Sim, Mayoral candidate for ABC Vancouver hits back at Mayor Kennedy Stewart on safety throughout the city of Vancouver - after this weekend's machete attack on the Granville strip Dismantling of the English Bay Barge continues; how will the public remember The Large Barge in Charge?  Jawn Jang, Contributor for the Jas Johal Show provides an update on the dismantling of the English Bay Barge

    Dismantling of the English Bay Barge continues; how will the public remember The Large Barge in Charge?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 7:22

     Jawn Jang, Contributor for the Jas Johal Show provides an update on the dismantling of the English Bay Barge

    Thoughts on Mayor Kennedy Stewart's comments on Vancouver's safety and reputation

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 8:16

    Ken Sim, Mayoral candidate for ABC Vancouver hits back at Mayor Kennedy Stewart on safety throughout the city of Vancouver - after this weekend's machete attack on the Granville strip

    Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart speaks out on violent crime after weekend machete attack on busy downtown street

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 26:48

    Kennedy Stewart, Mayor of Vancouver discusses violent crime within the city of Vancouver, what needs to be done to solve the issue and where he thinks the mayors powers are lacking.

    "We've always looked at the Americans and thought thank god we're not like them," says former Attorney General Wally Oppal on violent crime in Vancouver

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:23

    Wally Oppal, Former Attorney General and Lawyer for Boughton Law Corporation says Vancouver needs to get tougher on crime and deal with mental health challenges after a weekend machete attack on a busy downtown street.

    The Full Show: Tourists leave negative reviews of Vancouver's Gastown & Chinatown on TripAdvisor, NPA mayoral candidate steps down & The Wrap!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 66:43

    Tourists leaving negative reviews of Gastown and Chinatown on TripAdvisor, Downtown BIA responds  Nolan Marshall, President & CEO, Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association responds to a wide array of negatives reviews left on TripAdvisor by tourists who have visited Vancouver's Gastown and Chinatown neighbourhoods. Tourists leave poor reviews on TripAdvisor warning others to avoid Vancouver's Chinatown neighbourhood We continue our coverage of Chinatown and the many poor reviews left on TripAdvisor by visiting tourists. Our show contributor Jawn Jang checked in with Lorraine Lowe, the Executive Director at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Classical Chinese Garden.. Lorraine says those poor TripAdvisor reviews are just a glimpse at the bigger issue plaguing Vancouver. Park Board commissioner John Coupar steps down as NPA mayoral candidate  Here to answer what's next for the NPA and Vancouver's upcoming 2022 municipal election is Frances Bula, Urban Issues and Politics writer for The Globe + Mail History repeats itself when it comes to the DTES  Mike Howell, Glacier Media Investigates Team and Writer at Vancouver Is Awesome has covered the neighbourhoods of Vancouver's Chinatown, Gastown and downtown eastside for two decades. He discusses the history of the neighbourhoods, how they've come to be and the past attempts of revitalization. The Wrap: Why doesn't anybody want to work?! Is appointment viewing a thing of the past? This week on The Wrap: Leah Holiove - TV Reporter and Radio Host Sarah Daniels - Real Estate agent in South Surrey; author and broadcaster Topics Why doesn't anybody want to work? Is appointment viewing a thing of the past?

    The Wrap: Why doesn't anybody want to work?! Is appointment viewing a thing of the past?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 15:55

    This week on The Wrap: Leah Holiove - TV Reporter and Radio Host Sarah Daniels - Real Estate agent in South Surrey; author and broadcaster Topics Why doesn't anybody want to work? Is appointment viewing a thing of the past?

    Conserving water in Metro Vancouver still vital to reduce costs and mitigate the effects of climate change

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 5:43

    Even though we've enjoyed some cooler weather the past couple of days, it's going to be another hot and dry weekend coming up.  This is why we want to remind you on the importance of conserving water – So our show contributor Jawn Jang teamed up with our friends at Metro Vancouver to share this special message.

    Canada's ban on importing handguns will begin Aug. 19, says Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 8:03

    Daniel Fritter, Owner of Calibre Magazine - Canada's largest gun magazine, discusses the impact Canada's ban on the import of handguns will have on public safety.

    History repeats itself when it comes to the DTES

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 17:05

     Mike Howell, Glacier Media Investigates Team and Writer at Vancouver Is Awesome has covered the neighbourhoods of Vancouver's Chinatown, Gastown and downtown eastside for two decades. He discusses the history of the neighbourhoods, how they've come to be and the past attempts of revitalization.

    Park Board commissioner John Coupar steps down as NPA mayoral candidate

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:52

    Here to answer what's next for the NPA and Vancouver's upcoming 2022 municipal election is Frances Bula, Urban Issues and Politics writer for The Globe + Mail

    Tourists leave poor reviews on TripAdvisor warning others to avoid Vancouver's Chinatown neighbourhood

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:28

    We continue our coverage of Chinatown and the many poor reviews left on TripAdvisor by visiting tourists. Our show contributor Jawn Jang checked in with Lorraine Lowe, the Executive Director at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Classical Chinese Garden.. Lorraine says those poor TripAdvisor reviews are just a glimpse at the bigger issue plaguing Vancouver.

    Tourists leaving negative reviews of Gastown and Chinatown on TripAdvisor, Downtown BIA responds

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 10:09

    Nolan Marshall, President & CEO, Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association responds to a wide array of negatives reviews left on TripAdvisor by tourists who have visited Vancouver's Gastown and Chinatown neighbourhoods.

    The Full Show: Clearwater suffering from more than 40 ER closures so far this year, the impact tent city is having on Gastown & Investment groups are beginning to buy up single family homes

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 69:00

    More than 40 ER closures already for the District of Clearwater with more expected before the end of 2022 says Mayor Merlin Blackwell  Merlin Blackwell, Mayor of Clearwater discusses the high number of emergency room closures within the District of Clearwater. Since the beginning of 2022, Clearwater has already experienced more than 40 ER closures. The mayor expects many more before the end of 2022. What impact is tent city having on Gastown businesses and our tourism industry?   Walley Wargolet, Executive Director of Gastown BIA discusses how Vancouver's tent city is having a negative impact on Gastown businesses, especially during what is normally a busy summer tourism season. Investment groups buying up single family homes in the United States - Will this catch on in Canada? Michael Gellar, Planner, Retired Architect and Adjunct Professor at SFU discusses whether or not the lower mainland is seeing the same trend as the United States of large investment groups buying up single family homes Was the BC Housing CEO threatened by the Kitsilano coalition? Cheryl Grant, Spokesperson, Kitsilano Coalition discusses the abrupt retirement of BC Housing CEO Shayne Ramsay ‘She's my James Bond' Ukrainian woman in BC remembers late mother's remarkable Mariupol escape CKNW Show Contributor Jawn Jang speaks with Iryna Kuznetsova, a Ukrainian woman in Vancouver, about the story of her mother, Kateryna Kuznetsova. Kateryna fled war-torn Mariupol while fighting terminal cancer. Climate change and working conditions: Could your employer be responsible for providing you an air conditioner? Geoff Mason, Lawyer, Miller-Thomson, where he focuses on Employment and Human Rights Law discusses whether or not employers are legally contracted to be responsible to react to climate change and provide their employees with suitable working conditions.

    Climate change and working conditions: Could your employer be responsible for providing you an air conditioner?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 7:31

    Geoff Mason, Lawyer, Miller-Thomson, where he focuses on Employment and Human Rights Law discusses whether or not employers are legally contracted to be responsible to react to climate change and provide their employees with suitable working conditions.

    A look at the 2022 Vancouver Mural Festival

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 10:36

    Andrea Curtis, VMF Executive Director tells us what we can expect from the 2022 Vancouver Mural Festival

    ‘She's my James Bond' Ukrainian woman in BC remembers late mother's remarkable Mariupol escape

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 15:54

    CKNW Show Contributor Jawn Jang speaks with Iryna Kuznetsova, a Ukrainian woman in Vancouver, about the story of her mother, Kateryna Kuznetsova. Kateryna fled war-torn Mariupol while fighting terminal cancer.

    Was the BC Housing CEO threatened by the Kitsilano coalition?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:20

    Cheryl Grant, Spokesperson, Kitsilano Coalition discusses the abrupt retirement of BC Housing CEO Shayne Ramsay

    Investment groups buying up single family homes in the United States - Will this catch on in Canada?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 14:27

    Michael Gellar, Planner, Retired Architect and Adjunct Professor at SFU discusses whether or not the lower mainland is seeing the same trend as the United States of large investment groups buying up single family homes

    What impact is tent city having on Gastown businesses and our tourism industry?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 16:12

    Walley Wargolet, Executive Director of Gastown BIA discusses how Vancouver's tent city is having a negative impact on Gastown businesses, especially during what is normally a busy summer tourism season.

    More than 40 ER closures already for the District of Clearwater with more expected before the end of 2022 says Mayor Merlin Blackwell

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:57

    Merlin Blackwell, Mayor of Clearwater discusses the high number of emergency room closures within the District of Clearwater. Since the beginning of 2022, Clearwater has already experienced more than 40 ER closures. The mayor expects many more before the end of 2022.

    The Full Show: A look into the shortage of 911 operators, looking back at Vin Scully's legacy & Lululemon founder Chip Wilson found to have made $380,000 political donation

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 71:40

    A look into the shortage of 911 operators at ECOMM  Don Grant, Emergency Communication Professional of BC President discusses the amount of staff ECOMM would need to operate with no wait times for those calling 911 Legendary baseball broadcaster Vin Scully dies at 94 Rob Fai, Broadcaster and Radio Host and former Play-by-play voice for the Vancouver Canadians discusses the legacy of the late great Los Angeles Dodgers broadcast Vin Scully who passed away at the age of 94. Inaugural Valley West Stampede set to get underway in Langley, B.C.  Shelia Hicks, president of the Valley West Stampede discusses what to expect from the inaugural Valley West Stampeded set to hit Langley this labour day weekend BC makes changes to electric vehicle rebates  Jeremy Cato, Vancouver correspondent for Automotive News Canada, three time Automotive Journalist of the Year and you can find him online at www.CatoCarGuy.com discusses the latest changes to EV rebates in BC Lululemon founder Chip Wilson donates $380,000 to support right-leaning candidates in upcoming B.C. municipal elections  Dan Fumano, City Columnist for the Vancouver Sun gives us the details on Lululemon founder Chip Wilson's latest political donations. Do Not Feed the Bear!  Caeley Thacker, Wildlife Veterinarian discusses the dangers of feeding wildlife, as it may lead to the animal having to be put down. China responds after Nancy Pelosi visits Taiwan, defying Chinese warnings  Joanna Chiu, Toronto Star Journalist discusses what Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, means for US & Canadian-Chinese relations moving forward, after the U.S. House Speaker defied Chinese orders to not visit the nation

    China responds after Nancy Pelosi visits Taiwan, defying Chinese warnings

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 8:51

    Joanna Chiu, Toronto Star Journalist discusses what Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, means for US & Canadian-Chinese relations moving forward, after the U.S. House Speaker defied Chinese orders to not visit the nation

    Do Not Feed the Bear!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 8:44

    Caeley Thacker, Wildlife Veterinarian discusses the dangers of feeding wildlife, as it may lead to the animal having to be put down.

    Lululemon founder Chip Wilson donates $380,000 to support right-leaning candidates in upcoming B.C. municipal elections

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 13:58

    Dan Fumano, City Columnist for the Vancouver Sun gives us the details on Lululemon founder Chip Wilson's latest political donations.

    BC makes changes to electric vehicle rebates

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 16:20

    Jeremy Cato, Vancouver correspondent for Automotive News Canada, three time Automotive Journalist of the Year and you can find him online at www.CatoCarGuy.com discusses the latest changes to EV rebates in BC

    Legendary baseball broadcaster Vin Scully dies at 94

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 8:04

    Rob Fai, Broadcaster and Radio Host and former Play-by-play voice for the Vancouver Canadians discusses the legacy of the late great Los Angeles Dodgers broadcast Vin Scully who passed away at the age of 94.

    Inaugural Valley West Stampede set to get underway in Langley, B.C.

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:15

    Shelia Hicks, president of the Valley West Stampede discusses what to expect from the inaugural Valley West Stampeded set to hit Langley this labour day weekend

    A look into the shortage of 911 operators at ECOMM

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 7:41

     Don Grant, Emergency Communication Professional of BC President discusses the amount of staff ECOMM would need to operate with no wait times for those calling 911

    The Full Show: Service industry continues to see staff shortages, a new method of climate change protests & Tiger Woods rejects lucrative LIV golf offer

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 62:58

    Service industry continues to see staffing shortages as sector comes back to life Ian Tostensen, President and CEO of BC Restaurant and Food Association discusses how dire the the labour shortage is in British Columbia when it comes to the provinces restaurants and bars. Is BC looking to attract more immigrants to combat the labour shortage?  Nathan Cullen, NDP MLA for Stikine and Minister for Municipal Affairs discusses how an increase in immigration could help with BC's labour shortage. Tire Deflators letting the air out of climate change Jas Johal gives his thoughts on an activist group in Victoria, who are slashing the tires of SUVs as means to fight climate change. They call themselves The Tyre Extinguishers Pipeline issues in B.C. as protests continue throughout the province  Ellis Ross, BC Liberal MLA for Skeena discusses the dangers of protest tactics used against the construction of pipelines throughout British Columbia. Tiger Woods reportedly rejects $700M offer to join Saudi-backed LIV Tour We don't often think of golf as a controversial sport and we certainly don't associate it with words like “conflict” and “betrayal”.. But that's exactly what's happening in the game right now. Tiger Woods, for example, has just rejected a $700-million dollar offer to join the LIV Tour. Our show contributor Jawn Jang has more. Americans flocking to BC for Monkeypox vaccines Moira Wyton, Reporter at The Tyee discusses how and why many Americans are traveling to BC in order to receive the Monkeypox vaccine

    Pipeline issues in B.C. as protests continue throughout the province

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 12:24

    Ellis Ross, BC Liberal MLA for Skeena discusses the dangers of protest tactics used against the construction of pipelines throughout British Columbia.

    Americans flocking to BC for Monkeypox vaccines

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 8:49

    Moira Wyton, Reporter at The Tyee discusses how and why many Americans are traveling to BC in order to receive the Monkeypox vaccine

    Tiger Woods reportedly rejects $700M offer to join Saudi-backed LIV Tour

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 14:21

    We don't often think of golf as a controversial sport and we certainly don't associate it with words like “conflict” and “betrayal”.. But that's exactly what's happening in the game right now. Tiger Woods, for example, has just rejected a $700-million dollar offer to join the LIV Tour. Our show contributor Jawn Jang has more.

    Tire Deflators letting the air out of climate change

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 8:53

    Jas Johal gives his thoughts on an activist group in Victoria, who are slashing the tires of SUVs as means to fight climate change. They call themselves The Tyre Extinguishers

    Is BC looking to attract more immigrants to combat the labour shortage?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 6:54

    Nathan Cullen, NDP MLA for Stikine and Minister for Municipal Affairs discusses how an increase in immigration could help with BC's labour shortage.

    Service industry continues to see staffing shortages as sector comes back to life

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 9:39

    Ian Tostensen, President and CEO of BC Restaurant and Food Association discusses how dire the the labour shortage is in British Columbia when it comes to the provinces restaurants and bars.

    The Full Show with Guest Host Bruce Claggett: What's causing the lifeguard shortage in Vancouver, honouring the life of NBA legend Bill Russell & 14 new Order of BC recipients

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 47:59

    Lifeguard Shortages lead to staff being removed from beaches and pools throughout Vancouver  Claire Nicol, Retired Lifeguard of 22 years and Former President of the Vancouver Lifeguard Association discusses why there is such a lifeguard shortage in Vancouver that has led to the closures of beaches and pools throughout the city, including Kits Pool. Soccer legend Christine Sinclair, Chief Rosanne Casimir among 14 new Order of BC recipients Global BC Legislative Reporter, Richard Zussman discusses the diversity among this years receipients of the Order of BC, which includes B.C,. soccer legend Christine Sinclair & Chief Rosanne Casimir. Honouring the life and legacy of NBA great Bill Russell The sporting world lost a giant over the weekend when news broke that NBA legend Bill Russell passed away on Sunday. Considered to be one of the greatest players of all-time, Russell left his mark on the game and in society – With battles both on and off the court. Our show contributor Jawn Jang takes us into the life and legacy of Bill Russell. How will crime impact the upcoming 2022 municipal elections in Vancouver & Surrey? Stewart Prest, Professor of Political Science at SFU discusses how big of an emphasis will be placed on violent crime in the 2022 municipal elections in both Surrey and Vancouver

    How will crime impact the upcoming 2022 municipal elections in Vancouver & Surrey?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 12:17

    Stewart Prest, Professor of Political Science at SFU discusses how big of an emphasis will be placed on violent crime in the 2022 municipal elections in both Surrey and Vancouver

    Honouring the life and legacy of NBA great Bill Russell

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 7:52

    The sporting world lost a giant over the weekend when news broke that NBA legend Bill Russell passed away on Sunday. Considered to be one of the greatest players of all-time, Russell left his mark on the game and in society – With battles both on and off the court. Our show contributor Jawn Jang takes us into the life and legacy of Bill Russell.

    Soccer legend Christine Sinclair, Chief Rosanne Casimir among 14 new Order of BC recipients

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 7:51

    Global BC Legislative Reporter, Richard Zussman discusses the diversity among this years receipients of the Order of BC, which includes B.C,. soccer legend Christine Sinclair & Chief Rosanne Casimir.

    Lifeguard Shortages lead to staff being removed from beaches and pools throughout Vancouver

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 17:06

    Claire Nicol, Retired Lifeguard of 22 years and Former President of the Vancouver Lifeguard Association discusses why there is such a lifeguard shortage in Vancouver that has led to the closures of beaches and pools throughout the city, including Kits Pool.

    The Full Show: Dr Bonnie Henry provides answers on monkeypox and a vaccine, ABC Vancouver flips on comments surrounding Park Board and the residents of Salt Spring Island want to see a vacancy tax implemented

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 61:21

    BC focusing on monkeypox awareness and vaccine as Vancouver Pride Week continues Dr. Bonnie Henry, BC's Provincial Health Officer speaks on everything you need to know about the virus and monkeypox vaccine to date.  ABC Vancouver flips position on eliminating Park Board John Coupar, NPA Mayoral candidate and Park Board commissioner hits back at ABC Vancouver over need for existence of the Vancouver Park Board.  Residents of Salt Spring calling for speculation and vacancy tax to be imposed in community to discourage people from leaving homes empty Rhonan Heitzmann, spokesperson for Salt Spring Solutions voices why Salt Spring needs to implement vacancy taxes on homes in the area. According to Heitzmann, 20% of the homes sit empty for more than 6 months of the year. Top 5 major western oil companies on track to generate $50 billion in profits in 3 months to the end of June.. is it time for a windfall profit tax? Sonia Furstenau, Leader of the BC Green Party discusses the potential of a windfall tax as major oil companies continue to hit record profits  The Wrap: How do you feel about paying a daily “tourism fee” while on vacation? Wrap: Will Smith offers apology to Chris Rock in new video.. Is it enough or can Will Smith do more? On The Wrap this week  Leah Holiove, TV Reporter and Radio Host  Sarah Daniels, Real Estate agent in South Surrey, author and broadcaster Topics  How do you feel about paying a daily “tourism fee” while on vacation? Will Smith offers apology to Chris Rock in new video.. Is it enough or can Will Smith do more?

    Top 5 major western oil companies on track to generate $50 billion in profits in 3 months to the end of June.. is it time for a windfall profit tax?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 9:39

    Sonia Furstenau, Leader of the BC Green Party discusses the potential of a windfall tax as major oil companies continue to hit record profits 

    The Wrap: How do you feel about paying a daily “tourism fee” while on vacation? Wrap: Will Smith offers apology to Chris Rock in new video.. Is it enough or can Will Smith do more?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 13:45

    On The Wrap this week  Leah Holiove, TV Reporter and Radio Host  Sarah Daniels, Real Estate agent in South Surrey, author and broadcaster Topics  How do you feel about paying a daily “tourism fee” while on vacation? Will Smith offers apology to Chris Rock in new video.. Is it enough or can Will Smith do more?

    Residents of Salt Spring calling for speculation and vacancy tax to be imposed in community to discourage people from leaving homes empty

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 14:29

    Rhonan Heitzmann, spokesperson for Salt Spring Solutions voices why Salt Spring needs to implement vacancy taxes on homes in the area. According to Heitzmann, 20% of the homes sit empty for more than 6 months of the year.

    ABC Vancouver flips position on eliminating Park Board

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 14:38

    John Coupar, NPA Mayoral candidate and Park Board commissioner hits back at ABC Vancouver over need for existence of the Vancouver Park Board. 

    BC focusing on monkeypox awareness and vaccine as Vancouver Pride Week continues

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 15:08

    Dr. Bonnie Henry, BC's Provincial Health Officer speaks on everything you need to know about the virus and monkeypox vaccine to date. 

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