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A graduate of BCIT’s Broadcast Journalism program, Lynda Steele was most recently the host of Steele On Your Side on CTV and previously worked at CKVU-TV, CITV-TV Edmonton, CBC Edmonton and Global Edmonton. Lynda has been repeatedly honoured and recognized for her work including receiving the Canadian Professional Television Associations’ (CANPRO) Gold Award for Best Feature Reporting in Canada, the Western Association of Broadcasters for Broadcaster of the Year in 2008 and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Outstanding Community Service Award in 2007 for her community involvement and extraordinary leadership. The Lynda Steele Show airs weekday afternoons from 2 PM to 6 PM.

A graduate of BCIT’s Broadcast Journalism program, Lynda Steele was most recently the host of Steele On Your Side on CTV and previously worked at CKVU-TV, CITV-TV Edmonton, CBC Edmonton and Global Edmonton. Lynda has been repeatedly honoured and recognized for her work including receiving the Canadian Professional Television Associations’ (CANPRO) Gold Award for Best Feature Reporting in Canada, the Western Association of Broadcasters for Broadcaster of the Year in 2008 and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Outstanding Community Service Award in 2007 for her community involvement and extraordinary leadership. The Lynda Steele Show airs weekday afternoons from 2 PM to 6 PM.
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A graduate of BCIT’s Broadcast Journalism program, Lynda Steele was most recently the host of Steele On Your Side on CTV and previously worked at CKVU-TV, CITV-TV Edmonton, CBC Edmonton and Global Edmonton. Lynda has been repeatedly honoured and recognized for her work including receiving the Canadian Professional Television Associations’ (CANPRO) Gold Award for Best Feature Reporting in Canada, the Western Association of Broadcasters for Broadcaster of the Year in 2008 and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Outstanding Community Service Award in 2007 for her community involvement and extraordinary leadership. The Lynda Steele Show airs weekday afternoons from 2 PM to 6 PM.

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Episodes

Steele of Approval - Seabus CPR hero Brian Counihan

4/20/2018
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Steele of Approval - Seabus CPR hero Brian Counihan

Duration:00:01:45

Members of the Okanagan Wine Initiative are collaborating to promote their products as well as the region they occupy as a vacation destination for all

4/20/2018
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So much talk about the wine industry over the past few months after they unwittingly got caught up in that whole pipeline battle between Alberta and BC. And one of the things that came out of that is that a lot of people really do love their BC wines. Well, wineries in the Okanagan are coming together to collaborate on new projects and to promote the Okanagan as an excellent wine region and a great place to come and spend your vacation. Guest: Christine Coletta - Owner, Haywire Winery,...

Duration:00:09:12

Future of Work : The future of print media and journalism in the digital age

4/20/2018
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The New York Times has been looking at the future of the newsroom and in particular what the future of the print media looks like. We know people are buying far fewer newspapers these days - so how will the industry adapt? David Leonhardt is an Op-Ed columnist at The New York Times and head of the Project 2020 group, which produced a report about the future of The Times's newsroom.

Duration:00:09:37

UBC is offering to pay for part of the cost of extending the Millennium line route

4/20/2018
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Lots of new transit projects coming down the tracks over the next few years, including that long-awaited Broadway subway line that’s going to extend the Millennium SkyTrain line from VCC-Clark to Arbutus in the west. Now UBC is jumping in and offering to pay for part of the cost of extending the line. Guest: Philip Steenkamp- Vice President of External Relations at UBC

Duration:00:06:54

Revelations from the ‘Vancouver Model’ investigation continue to astound

4/20/2018
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We want to come back to Sam Cooper’s exclusive investigation into the money laundering that’s being done right here in Vancouver by Chinese criminal gangs. Because this is something that affects so many people in this province - people impacted by the fentanyl crisis, people who can’t afford to buy a home, people who are concerned about the price of their car insurance premiums… the list goes on. Guest: Richard Kurland- immigration lawyer and policy analyst based her in Vancouver.

Duration:00:08:21

A court ruling today could lead to thousands of 24 hour driving prohibitions being voided

4/20/2018
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A court ruling today could lead to the quashing of thousands of 24 hour drug impaired driving prohibitions. BC's Supreme Court has ruled that police officers cannot introduce 24 hour prohibitions for drugs to drivers at police stations - or anywhere else that's not at the roadside. Guest: Kyla Lee - Lawyer at Acumen Law

Duration:00:06:50

Discussing opposition to the SOJI 123 program in schools with two parents behind the LGBTQ community rally on Monday, April 23

4/20/2018
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In 2016, the provincial government introduced guidelines for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity teaching in schools. The aim is to reduce homophobia and transphobia and to make schools safe for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities. However, there has been opposition from some parents who are against this anti-bullying program. And so, advocates for the LGBTQ community are holding a rally on Monday. We're joined now by two of those advocates to tell us why they...

Duration:00:14:40

The week that was in BC Politics with Keith Baldrey

4/20/2018
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From pipelines, to money laundering, it’s been another busy week in politics here in British Columbia. The Legislative Bureau Chief for Global BC, Keith Baldrey, joins me to help us take a look at the past seven days... Guest: Keith Baldrey - Global BC’s Legislative Bureau Chief

Duration:00:07:18

Travel Best Bets with Claire Newell- Today: Protecting your identity while travelling

4/20/2018
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It’s time for your Travel Best Bets! Every Friday we take a look at the travel tips that will save your trip...and keep you in the loop on some ridiculous deals. Today: How to protect your identity when travelling. Guest: Claire Newell - President, Travel Best Bets

Duration:00:07:22

Continuing the conversation about the ‘Vancouver Model’ of money laundering uncovered by Sam Cooper with the RCMP’s former int’l organized crime unit commander

4/20/2018
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Lynda opens the show! If you’ve been tuning into CKNW you’ll know that our Investigative Reporter here at Global News, Sam Cooper, revealed just how widespread money laundering is in BC. He exposed how Chinese drug gangs wash hundreds of millions of dollars through casinos, and through real estate right here in Vancouver. That money gets sent back to China, and the cycle starts all over again. Guest: Kim Marsh -Former international organized crime unit commander for the RCMP. He now...

Duration:00:14:34

Steele of Approval- Walmart

4/19/2018
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Lynda hands out the Steele of Approval….to the Walmart Foundation for giving the Greater Vancouver Foodbank the largest donation in its history!

Duration:00:01:35

The “Free the Beer” campaign has failed- struck down unanimously in the Supreme Court

4/19/2018
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Free the beer! But the beer isn’t free. The Supreme Court of Canada ruled against New Brunswick retiree Gerald Comeau, who was arrested in 2012 for bringing home cheaper beer and liquor he bought in neighboring Quebec. Interestingly part of its decision talks about punitive trade barriers that could be interpreted to apply to the Alberta's recent threat to restrict oil and fuel shipments to B.C. and its previous short-lived ban on buying B.C. wine.Guest: Christa Lee Mcwatters Bond

Duration:00:06:41

Excellent news! Langley residnet Karen McLaren has gotten her IBRANCE medication covered

4/19/2018
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The Lynda Steele Show has been closely following the story of Karen Mclaren who is fighting a battle to get the drug Ibrance covered in BC. She joins us for an update and it’s good news, for her, but the battle is not over. Guest: Karen McLaren - Breast cancer patient

Duration:00:05:04

How will drones change police work in the 21st century?

4/19/2018
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Taking a look at the future of policing - two words - bee drones! Our guest, technology futurist Gray Scott, says that using drones in police work is the future of crime fighting.

Duration:00:07:42

Talking to the former Alberta Energy & Labour Minister who thinks that the federal government needs to send the military to Burnaby Mountain to ensure the construction of the Kinder Morgan Pipeline

4/19/2018
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This week we found out that some of those arrested on Burnaby Mountain may face criminal charges. This week, Alberta Premier Notley introduced legislation giving her the option of controlling the flow of oil to BC. Our next guest thinks it’s time for this conflict to end, even if it means sending in the army. Guest: Rick Orman - Business Executive/Former Alberta Minister of Career Development and Employment/Former Alberta Minister of Labour/Former Alberta Minister of Energy

Duration:00:09:15

The BC Political Political Panel with Bridgitte Anderson and Sandy Garossino

4/19/2018
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This week: Guests: Sandy Garossino - former Crown prosecutor and columnist with the National Observer Bridgitte Anderson - IGeneral Manager, Edelman Vancouver

Duration:00:15:22

“Reconciliation is a way of life, not a destination“

4/19/2018
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The word reconciliation is thrown around a lot when it comes to Canada’s first nation’s but what does it mean? How do we achieve it? Our next guest sees it as a way of life, rather than a goal to be attained. Waneek Horn-Miller is uniquely qualified to talk about this. When she was 14, she was stabbed in the chest by a Canadian soldier during the 1990 Oka Crisis in Quebec. Since then she has co-captained the Canadian water polo team at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and worked as director of...

Duration:00:13:59

Talking to the CEO of the Eagle Spirit Energy Corridor about his plans for an entirely First Nations-backed pipeline from Fort McMurray to Prince Rupert

4/19/2018
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The Eagle Spirit Energy Corridor is a First Nations led pipeline project, which has already been approved by 35 indigenous communities, and is backed by the Aquilinis and a handful of Big Oil companies. The pipeline is set to run from the Alberta oil sands to Prince Rupert and all First Nations along the route have signed onto the project. Could this pipeline be a possible way out of the impasse over the Kinder Morgan project. Guest: Calvin Halin - CEO of the Eagle Spirit Energy Corridor

Duration:00:14:50

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