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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

Parallel 49 brought some beer to sample for the holiday season

12/14/2018
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Guest: Ryan Prouty - Sales Director Parallel 49 Brewing

Duration:00:09:03

If you’re trying to get a gift for the gamer in your life what are the year’s best? We have an expert in studio to steer you in the right direction

12/14/2018
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Guest: Victor Lucas - Host and creator of The Electric Playground- check them out on EPN.tv

Duration:00:11:19

What should we be worried about weather wise when it comes to traveling to regions like Whistler and the Fraser Valley this weekend?

12/14/2018
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Guest: Mia Gordon - Reporter & videographer for the Weather Network Former pro tennis player

Duration:00:05:29

Talking to BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson to get his take on ICBC’s proposed rate hike for 2019

12/14/2018
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The ICBC proposed rate hike was announced around today. We’re looking at 6.3% but David Eby said it could have been a lot more. Eby inherited this file Guest: Andrew Wilkinson - Leader of the BC LIberals and Official Opposition

Duration:00:11:44

The 40th anniversary of Superman (1978) is this weekend- Eric Chapman has you covered

12/14/2018
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The 40 anniversary of Superman (1978) is this weekend- Eric Chapman has you covered

Duration:00:07:51

Talking to Global BC Meteorologist Kristi Gordon- what can we expect for the weekend with heavy rainfall and wind in the forecast?

12/14/2018
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Nearly twelve years to the day after intense winds ravaged Vancouver’s Stanley Park, another powerful Pacific windstorm is set to hit the region. A wind warning is in effect for Metro Vancouver, with sustained winds of 40 to 60 kilometres per hour expected to batter some areas earlier in the day and gusts peaking at 70 kilometres per hour. Guest: Kristi Gordon - Global BC Meteorologist

Duration:00:07:03

The Eagle Spirit Pipeline has 100% sign off from the first nations lands it runs through. The problem is the tanker ban along the coast of Northern BC

12/14/2018
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With the Trans Mountain Pipeline on hold and Alberta desperate to get their product to market there is another option. Eagle Spirit Pipeline -- it has 100% sign off from the first nations lands it runs through. The problem is the tanker ban. They want to reverse Bill C-48 as it nears passage through the Senate. Also, a legal challenge has been filed against Canada and BC, hoping to get a court to rule that the tanker moratorium infringes on Indigenous and treaty rights because it blocks a...

Duration:00:12:35

Travel Best Bets with Claire Newell – tips to make the holiday travel season less stressful

12/14/2018
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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: Many people will be travelling this holiday season. How do we make this busy travel season less stressful? Also, the Deals of the Week. Guest: Claire Newell - President, Travel Best Bets

Duration:00:08:52

Calls: what do you make of the long awaited ICBC rate hike recommendations?

12/14/2018
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Calls: what do you make of the long awaited ICBC rate hike recommendations?

Duration:00:04:34

The Best: The man whom waited 47 years to open a Christmas present from his ex in studio, could MSP one day cover dental expenses?

12/13/2018
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Premier John Horgan has suggested that MSP could one day cover dental premiums The man whom waited 47 years to open a Christmas gift from an ex-girlfriend Is is okay to spank your children in 2018?

Duration:00:40:16

The BC Supreme Court has ruled that marijuana dispensaries operating without a licence in Vancouver have to close up shop until further notice. T

12/13/2018
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BC Supreme Court has ruled marijuana dispensaries operating without a licence in Vancouver have to close up shop until further notice. The decision handed down this morning applies to all the dispensaries named in a suit that had been launched by the City of Vancouver. A total of 53 injunctions were filed against businesses the city said were operating in violation of the rules. Only 28 stores participated in the legal test case after some closed down.

Duration:00:06:42

Show roundtable- California Democratic assemblyman Joaquin Arambula has been arrested for spanking his daughter

12/13/2018
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Arambula says he spanked his daughter on Sunday night, something he rarely does. He has no plans of resigning.

Duration:00:11:53

The Political Panel with Stephen Smart and Sandy Garossino

12/13/2018
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Trump and Huawei - Canada does the USA’s dirty work and then uses Ms. Meng as bargaining chip for a USA trade deal…. The BC Rental Task Force’s recommendations Guests: Sandy Garossino- Former Crown prosecutor and columnist with the National Observer Stephen Smart- Former legislature reporter/ former press secretary for Christy Clark

Duration:00:14:53

Business in Vancouver with Kirk LaPointe

12/13/2018
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Guest: Kirk LaPointe - Editor-in-Chief Business in Vancouver Media Group//Vice President, Editorial, Glacier Media

Duration:00:07:41

Eric Chapman’s Multi-Denominational Advent Calendar- today: Kwanzaa

12/13/2018
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Time now for Eric Chapman’s Multi-Denominational Advent Calendar! He’ll take you through all the celebrations that make this time of year so special and today we’re talking Hanukkah. Guest: Eric Chapman- Lynda Steele Show Contributor

Duration:00:07:16

The man whom waited 47 years to open a Christmas gift from an ex-girlfriend is in studio

12/13/2018
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It was 1970, when Adrian Pearce was a 17-year-old Grade 12 student at George S. Henry Secondary School in the Toronto suburb of Don Mills --- the magical time, punctuated by his first loves, girlfriend Vicky Allen. Unfortunately for Young Adrian, Vicky broke up with him that christmas of 1970 .. and during the breakup, she gave Pearce a present. He took it home and threw it under his family’s tree - for 48 years - until he opened it a week ago. Guest: Adrian Pearce - Author/Present recipient

Duration:00:14:17

At the box office with Steve Stebbing

12/13/2018
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It’s time to head to the box office! Movie guy Steve Stebbing is here to help steer you to the right theatre this weekend. THE CONVO: Portia de Rossi wants Ellen DeGeneres to quit daytime TV because she thinks she could do even bigger and better things. The SAG Nominations are out and Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, A Star Is Born, and more lead the 2019 SAG Award Nominations. THE FLICK: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse - If you've seen any trailers for this movie you know how astoundingly...

Duration:00:08:34