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The Jas Johal Show

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The Jas Johal Show is the Lower Mainland’s town square, helping you connect with the stories that matter. It’s about finding the solutions to the challenges facing our region, even when we disagree. Jas’s decades of experience as a local news reporter, a Global News bureau chief in China and India, as well as a BC MLA have strengthened his conviction that no one “side” has all the answers. The Jas Johal Show’s contributor Jawn Jang, Global News anchor Chris Gailus, and the Global News Radio newsroom round out the team keeping you in the know on developing stories from the North Shore to the Fraser Valley. The Jas Johal Show provides fresh perspective and lively conversation for listeners Monday to Friday: 3-6pm.

The Jas Johal Show is the Lower Mainland’s town square, helping you connect with the stories that matter. It’s about finding the solutions to the challenges facing our region, even when we disagree. Jas’s decades of experience as a local news reporter, a Global News bureau chief in China and India, as well as a BC MLA have strengthened his conviction that no one “side” has all the answers. The Jas Johal Show’s contributor Jawn Jang, Global News anchor Chris Gailus, and the Global News Radio newsroom round out the team keeping you in the know on developing stories from the North Shore to the Fraser Valley. The Jas Johal Show provides fresh perspective and lively conversation for listeners Monday to Friday: 3-6pm.

Location:

United States

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The Jas Johal Show is the Lower Mainland’s town square, helping you connect with the stories that matter. It’s about finding the solutions to the challenges facing our region, even when we disagree. Jas’s decades of experience as a local news reporter, a Global News bureau chief in China and India, as well as a BC MLA have strengthened his conviction that no one “side” has all the answers. The Jas Johal Show’s contributor Jawn Jang, Global News anchor Chris Gailus, and the Global News Radio newsroom round out the team keeping you in the know on developing stories from the North Shore to the Fraser Valley. The Jas Johal Show provides fresh perspective and lively conversation for listeners Monday to Friday: 3-6pm.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Full Show: Child-care funding that could help announced in B.C., Is Avatar here to save cinema & Millennials and Gen Zs becoming micro-entrepreneurs

9/23/2022
B.C. announces child-care funding that could help families save $550 per month Is this a good move from the government? Will this help child care be more affordable for everyone in this economy? Guest: Katrina Chen - Minister of State for Child Care Can the re-release of James Cameron’s 'Avatar' save movie theatres? Will you watch the first Avatar in theatres this weekend? Would you prefer streaming the movie at home instead of heading to the cinemas? Guest: Rick Forchuk - Movie Blogger at...

Duration:00:24:22

The Wrap - Who should play the next James Bond?

9/23/2022
On The Wrap this week: Leah Holiove - TV reporter and radio host Sarah Daniels - real estate agent in South Surrey; author and broadcaster Is it time for a Jane Bond? Can 'Avatar' save cinemas again?

Duration:00:13:06

BCLC/NFL betting

9/23/2022
It’s been a few weeks since the NFL season started and now that single-event sports betting is legal in Canada, more and more Canadians are placing bets on these games! Guest: Matt Lee - Communications officer for BCLC

Duration:00:09:55

The Asbestos Memorial by Vancouver Convention Centre

9/23/2022
The Asbestos Memorial by Vancouver Convention Centre Guest: Laird Cronk, President of the BC Federation of Labour

Duration:00:05:49

Raising funds to help Chinatown restaurant 'Gain Wah' and the SRO building attached

9/23/2022
Raising funds to help Chinatown restaurant 'Gain Wah' and the SRO building attached Guest: Nicolas Yung - Community and Tenant Organizer for the Downtown Eastside SRO Collaborative

Duration:00:07:26

Can the re-release of James Cameron’s 'Avatar' save movie theatres?

9/23/2022
Can the re-release of James Cameron’s Avatar save movie theatres? Guest: Rick Forchuk - Movie Blogger at Rick’s Picks and regular columnist for TV Week Magazine

Duration:00:09:09

More younger millennials and Gen Zs are becoming ‘micro-entrepreneurs’ due to rising living costs

9/23/2022
More younger millennials and Gen Zs are becoming ‘micro-entrepreneurs’ due to rising living costs Guest: Tom Conway - CEO of Small Business BC

Duration:00:07:46

B.C. announces child care funding that could help families save $550 per month

9/23/2022
B.C. announces child care funding that could help families save $550 per month Guest: Katrina Chen - Minister of State for Child Care

Duration:00:06:19

Full Show: Prime Minister Trudeau signs off on dropping pandemic border measures, Public funding for private schools increasing & Jas's new kicks

9/22/2022
Full Show: Prime Minister Trudeau signs off on dropping pandemic border measures, Public funding for private schools increasing & Jas's new kicks Prime Minister Trudeau signs off on dropping pandemic border measures GUEST: Claire Newell, President of Travel Best Bets What does the feds’ latest interest rate hike mean for Canada? GUEST: Michael Levy, CKNW Business Analyst Public funding for private schools increasing GUEST: Alex Hemingway, Senior Economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy...

Duration:00:50:45

Air Johal - Jas’s new shoes and the popularity of Jordan 1s

9/22/2022
GUEST: Tye Engmann, founder of Curated Van

Duration:00:09:41

Science World’s free admission day and the Tech-Up initiative

9/22/2022
GUEST: Sandy Eix, Director of STEM Learning at Science World

Duration:00:05:37

Ottawa drops COVID-19 pandemic border measures

9/22/2022
GUEST: Len Saunders, Blaine Immigration lawyer

Duration:00:07:57

Public funding for private schools increasing

9/22/2022
GUEST: Alex Hemingway, Senior Economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Duration:00:10:28

What does the feds’ latest interest rate hike mean for Canada?

9/22/2022
GUEST: Michael Levy, CKNW Business Analyst

Duration:00:07:51

Prime Minister Trudeau signs off on dropping pandemic border measures

9/22/2022
GUEST: Claire Newell, President of Travel Best Bets

Duration:00:07:37

The Full Show: Is it okay for politicians to write their names in another language on election ballots to garner votes? The Commodore Ballroom is going cashless! & the Civic Election Panel

9/21/2022
Experts recommend big boosts to mental health supports to deal with repeat offenders in B.C. Colin Basran, Mayor of Kelowna helps discuss what experts found in a new report to help deal with repeat offenders in British Columbia Is it okay for NPA candidate Melissa De Genova to use a Chinese name in the civic election ballots? Will Tao, Co-founder and immigration and refugee lawyer for Heron Law Offices argues that it is not okay for a politician, who isn't of Chinese descent to use a Chinese...

Duration:00:58:14

A new book: Cunning Edge: A 45 Year Journey Conducting Global Undercover Investigations

9/21/2022
Kim Marsh, author of Cunning Edge: A 45 Year Journey Conducting Global Undercover Investigations discusses his new book on his journeys as a undercover investigator.

Duration:00:14:45

The Commodore Ballroom is going cashless!

9/21/2022
They say “Cash is King” but we certainly seem to be moving towards becoming a cashless society! On Monday, the Commodore Ballroom announced they are now a cashless venue.. And that has a lot of people very upset. CKNW Contributor Jawn Jang has more.

Duration:00:07:57

Civic Election Panel - Discussing Financing Campaigns & the Far Right Movement

9/21/2022
On The Jas Johal Show civic election panel this week: Andrea Reimer, Founder and Principal of Tawaw Strategies Mary Polak, Strategic Advisor for Maple Leaf Strategies and former MLA for Langley Khelsilem, Squamish Nation Council Chair

Duration:00:14:37

Is it okay for NPA candidate Melissa De Genova to use a Chinese name in the civic election ballots?

9/21/2022
Will Tao, Co-founder and immigration and refugee lawyer for Heron Law Offices argues that it is not okay for a politician, who isn't of Chinese descent to use a Chinese name on an election ballot for the sole purpose of receiving votes.