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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
 
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
 
ForestWorks seeks to bring out the facts and important perspectives on one of British Columbia's top economic and social pillars - forestry. The industry supports 100,000 jobs while producing numerous products we all rely on every day - and the raw products industries as diverse as specialty guitar makers and paper towel plants cannot survive without. And yet, there are those who seek to shut the industry down, based largely on misinformation campaigns. On our show we speak with a broad rang ...
 
Travel back in time with me to some of the most fascinating moments in human history. Witness colossal sea battles involving tens of thousands of men, take part in pagan blood rituals in the mysterious forests of Northern Europe and engage in highly orchestrated tribal warfare within Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. All this and more from the comfort of your own living room/bus to work/toilet throne
 
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⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:05 - Introduction By Ricky J And Jeff Chadha From The British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 13 01:29 - Ricky J and Jeff Chadha Go Over 7 things you NEED to know BEFORE you move to SURREY BC 04:32 - We Have A Camera Problem :( But The Audio Still Works :) 16:14 - Ricky J and Jeff Chadha Talk About Crime In Surrey BC And Sur…
 
In this edition of ForestWorks host, Stewart Muir sits down with veteran Registered Professional Forester Murray Wilson to speak about the role historical forest management is playing in worsening forest fire seasons and the changes that could help. In recent years BC’s forest fires have pushed more carbon into the atmosphere than all other sources…
 
ForestWorks spoke with Nanaimo Mayor Leonard Krog about forestry’s role in his community, and the controversy surrounding this industry on Vancouver Island. Mayor Krog has been steeped in these issues for decades, both as a provincial MLA and now mayor of what really is a forestry community. Even if that’s perhaps not widely recognized by all – we’…
 
CUPE BC President Karen Ranalletta responds to talk of vaccine mandates for school staff; Leah Nord with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce breaks down the huge jobs gains Canada made in September; and in our 2nd half, we ask what listeners are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
 
The independent B.C. COVID-19 Modelling Group released its latest report, showing cases have stabilized in the province, but cases in unvaccinated children are growing rapidly. In our 2nd half, Vancouver City Council has voted to overturn a parking permit program that aimed to tackle climate change by getting cars off the road.…
 
Isobel Mackenzie, the B.C. Seniors Advocate, released her report reviewing COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care and assisted living facilities, showing a contrast between cases in health-authority operated homes and those that are for-profit. In our 2nd half, we'll hear from an employment lawyer to answer your questions about mandating employees to…
 
A new proposal going before Vancouver City Council would implement surcharges for high-emission vehicles and require residents to pay to park on the street. It's drawn both praise and criticism. Andy Yan, director of the City Program at SFU, and UBC political scientist Kathryn Harrison join us for that conversation. In our 2nd half, we hear from an…
 
As we continue dealing with the fourth wave of COVID-19, we ask you about any personal struggles with COVID-19. In our second half, we discuss the latest scandal with social media giant Facebook and its alleged failure to tackle hate and misinformation on its platforms.
 
In this week's episode of ForestWorks host Stewart Muir speaks with Carl Sweet, director of the BC Forestry Alliance and a forestry equipment salesperson in Campbell River. They discuss the swelling voice of grassroots forestry workers, including those in the supporting indirect jobs like his. Guest: Carl Sweet Host: Stewart Muir Premier John Horga…
 
COVID-19 misinformation is widespread and hard to dispel. University of Alberta professor, and prominent speaker on misinformation, Timothy Caulfield joins us to discuss how to confront it. In our 2nd half, tomorrow is Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, recognizing the legacy of residential schools in Canada.. We'll hear from…
 
Starting today, the province of B.C. will no longer accept paper cards as proof of vaccination, only QR codes. We'll hear from two experts on that. In our 2nd half, B.C. is expected to make an announcement regarding mental health and wellness support for residential school survivors, their families and communities. We get reaction from Regional Chi…
 
ForestWorks delves below the rhetoric to get to the real facts of this important industry through conversation with people who really know their stuff. In this episode host Stewart Muir speaks to Nicola Dickson, a consulting Registered Professional Forester currently practicing in the Nanaimo area, with experience in both the coastal and interior f…
 
The B.C. government is bringing back COVID-19 exposure alerts at schools - but how do parents feel about that? In our 2nd half, we hear from About Face, the group behind a powerful new video campaign to better understand people living with facial differences.
 
A representative with Elections Canada discusses how things are going on voting day; an infectious disease specialist from Toronto reacts to Pfizer announcing their vaccine is safe and effective for kids as young as five; and with the Emmy Awards behind us, we explore what TV shows should be on your Fall must watch list.…
 
This episode delves into the “roles” of Leadership in the Forestry Industry, highlighting the concerns for the average worker. Brian Butler, President of USW Local 1 - 1937 offers his insights on the current state of the Industry, and what actions he is taking to ensure the strength and stability in ongoing employment for the Union Membership.…
 
Andy Yan, Director of the City Program at SFU, joins us to talk about the lack discussion around housing leading up to the election. In our 2nd half, we discuss what issues the important issues, and the significance of representation, for BIPOC communities.
 
B.C.'s Minister of Health is here to answer questions about the vaccine card on its first day of the rollout around the province. In our 2nd half, a UBC political scientist breaks down the importance of climate change in this election
 
In this episode: a children's book created during the pandemic by a Victoria family, Ryan Dickie talks about the film In The Land of Dreamers that he co-directed, potter Elaine Brewer White and Matthew Parsons with another whirl around Wikipedia, this time starting with Fort Nelson.
 
Five federal party leaders took to the stage Thursday night for the only English debate of the 2021 election campaign, but how did they perform? In our 2nd half, we discuss the U.S. Open as 19-year old Canadian tennis sensation Leylah Fernandez prepares to play in the final.
 
Port McNeill, located on Northern Vancouver Island is, in a word, idyllic. Not unlike many other small towns in British Columbia, it was founded and continues to grow today as a burgeoning community due largely to the forestry industry - a rich legacy that literally built the socioeconomic backbone of our province. In this episode, Forest Works has…
 
The President and CEO of the BC Restaurant and Food service's Association discusses what B.C.'s vaccine card means for restaurant workers; in our 2nd half, as provincial health officials urge doctors to return to in-person care, we hear about which methods of care have worked best for patients.
 
International travellers who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are once again allowed onto Canadian soil, but what could it mean for the tourism industry in B.C.? In our 2nd half, we hear about how teachers and parents are feeling as schools reopen for the first day of classes.
 
In light of the protests at hospitals around B.C., healthcare workers are feeling demoralized. BC Today opened its lines to let listeners show their appreciation for health care workers. In our 2nd half, Master Gardener Brian Minter is here for all our gardening questions.
 
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:05 - Introduction By Ricky J And Jeff Chadha From The British Columbia Real Estate Podcast 02:10 - Ricky J Asks Jeff Chadha About Decluttering and Staging A Property 06:45 - Jeff Chadha And Ricky J Talk About Digital Staging Pros And Cons 17:05 - Ricky J Talks About Filming On East Hastings In Vancouver BC 18:30 - Digital Staging…
 
A new poll by KPMG suggests 70% of Canadian businesses are having issues finding workers with needed IT skills as the pandemic continues to affect the way people work, and more and more aspects of working goes digital. In our 2nd half, we speak with veterinarian Dr. Karren Prost of Ceva Animal Health Canada about how to help your pandemic puppies c…
 
B.C. continues to grapple with an overdose crisis made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. 159 people died of drug toxicity in June, marking the ninth straight month more than 150 have died. B.C.'s chief coroner says drug toxicity is now the leading cause of death in B.C. for people between 19 and 39 years of age. In our 2nd half, we get the latest pan…
 
As the evacuation efforts in Afghanistan continue to wind down, we hear from Afghan-Canadians fearful for friends and family, and the future of the country. In our 2nd half, we hear from psychiatrist Dr. Shimi Kang on how you can manage your mental health. Guest host: Bal Brach
 
The last Canadian evacuation flight leaves Afghanistan and the Canadian government says no further flights are being planned. We'll get the latest on the events unfolding in Afghanistan. In our 2nd half, we hear from the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce on how small businesses are responding to mask mandates and vaccination cards…
 
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Abdu Sharkawy and evolutionary biologist Sally Otto join us in the first half to answer your COVID-19 related questions. In our 2nd half, our expert guests take us through the housing policy of the federal Liberals, Conservatives and NDP, and how those policies may affect our province. Guest host: Bal Brach…
 
The province has released new guidance for students in K-12 as well as post-secondary as back-to-school approaches. BC Teachers' Federation president Teri Mooring joins us with reaction. In our 2nd half, B.C. has reinstated the mask mandate for indoor public settings. More on that with an infectious disease physician.…
 
The government of B.C. announced a new proof of vaccination requirement in order to enter certain non-essential businesses, like bars and restaurants. In our 2nd half, we get reaction to Business in Vancouver's list of top 12 chefs, part of its inaugural Top 500, a list that does not include any women. Guest host: Bal Brach…
 
Guest host Rohit Joseph speaks with Victoria artist Marco Bermudez, also known as Nostic of Nostic & Nicki, about his latest album Kipus. Nostic says it was important for him to highlight his heritage through traditional Peruvian instruments and elements of Indigenous language.
 
The latest report from the independent B.C. COVID-19 Modelling Group projects that as cases rise driven by the Delta variant, if nothing is done to stop infections in the fall, we could see daily cases of infection rise to 10,000 to 12,000 cases per day. In our 2nd half, Master Gardener Brian Minter is here to answer your gardening questions.…
 
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