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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

The Best: NHL law suits, Light sentencing for sex offenders, The Donnelly Group for their holiday beer & more

11/16/2018
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The Best: NHL law suits, Light sentencing for sex offenders, The Donnelly Group for their holiday beer & more

Duration:00:47:52

The Steele of Approval - The Donnelly Group

11/16/2018
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Lynda hands out the Steele of Approval…The Donnelly Group for their holiday beer that helps kids and their annual toy drive! GUEST: Damon Holowchak Director of Marketing - Donnelly Group

Duration:00:07:51

There’s a new kilogram

11/16/2018
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Scientists from around the world met today at the General Conference on Weights and Measures in Versailles, France, and voted for a new definition of the kilogram – one based on fundamental physical constants rather than a lump of metal - yes the kilo was based on an actual lump of metal. The new definition passed unanimously - and apparently some of the scientists wept. GUEST: Jason Tetro Microbiology, Health, & Hygiene Expert GUEST: Eric Chapman Lynda Steele Show Contributor

Duration:00:07:07

How long should home and condo buyers wait?

11/16/2018
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According to recent research from Eitel Insights the condo market has officially broken the uptrends - and if your dream is a freestanding home with a white picket fence… it might be more within your reach than you think but you’ll need to wait a couple years. GUEST: Dane Eitel founder and lead real estate analyst for Eitel Insights

Duration:00:08:39

Single family homes vs a denser option

11/16/2018
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This week city council voted to start a citywide planning process that would help guide development. Some are concerned the process will be dominated by wealthy residents who don’t want to see their single-family neighbourhoods change. GUEST: Adriane Carr Green Party Vancouver City Councillor

Duration:00:09:16

Light sentencing for sex offenders? This needs to change

11/16/2018
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We found out last week that Randall Hopley was released from prison and living in the Vancouver area. This is a man who snatched three-year-old from his second floor bedroom in Sparwood BC. He had been hurting young children since his teens and had prior convictions for both the abduction and sexual assault of minors. Now he lives amongst us, and he is not the only sex offender. GUEST: Tristin Hopper National Post Columnist

Duration:00:09:39

Youth, Addiction & Harm-reduction

11/16/2018
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Yesterday Jennifer Charlesworth the representative for Children and Youth made five recommendations in her report on substance use. She called for the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions and the Ministry of Health to provide youth-specific harm-reduction services with supervised consumption spaces embedded within other services and supports. GUEST: Eric Chapman Lynda Steele Show Contributor

Duration:00:05:44

NHL and attorneys for retired players announced a lawsuit brought against the league over concussions and other head injuries

11/16/2018
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The total monetary value of the potential settlement was not disclosed. It is expected to be far less than the billion-dollar agreement reached between the NFL and its former players on the same issue; according to a settlement document posted by Forbes last week, the total value is US$18.9 million, which includes $22,000 for each player involved in the lawsuit. Is this a fair settlement? GUEST: John Green Lawyer- John Michael Green Law Corporation

Duration:00:08:37

Travel Best Bets

11/16/2018
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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: What behaviours ruin a trip for your travel companions? Also, the Deals of the Week. GUEST: Claire Newell President, Travel Best Bets

Duration:00:06:52

The Daily Debrief with Sophie Lui

11/16/2018
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Two dead whales have been found in two separate events in the province. A juvenile Humpback was found today near the Tsawwassen ferry terminal. And Thursday, a baby Orca was recovered near Nootka Island. The cause of death is still unknown – hopefully it is natural selection and not environmental factors. GUEST: Sophie Lui - IN NEWSBOOTH TITLE: Anchor, Global News Hour

Duration:00:07:02

The people ask about proportional representation

11/16/2018
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This morning there was a Reddit Ask-Me-Anything on proportional representation. The experts was Richard Johnston a UBC political scientist - he joins us now on the line. GUEST: Richard Johnston UBC political scientist

Duration:00:07:35

The NO campaign against proportional representation wants an extension to the referendum voting deadline.

11/16/2018
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As of right now your completed voting package must be received by Elections BC by 4:30 pm on November 30th. About 7.4% of eligible voters have returned a ballot on electoral reform with some regions returning only two to three per cent so far. Should such a small percentage of voters determine our democracy's future. GUEST: Bill Tieleman No BC Proportional Representation Society

Duration:00:08:26

The Best: Surrey LRT is dead, the truckers' assoc. president on no trucks in the left lane, Covenant House's sleep out event & more

11/15/2018
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Surrey LRT is oficially dead Did you know that drivers in BC pay 35% more than they would if they weren't subsidizing other drivers?

Duration:00:44:23

Steele of Approval - Covenant House Vancouver

11/15/2018
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Lynda hands out the Steele of Approval…. tonight is Covenant House Vancouver’s 7th Annual Sleep Out: Executive Edition. Local Executives and other notables are sleeping outside for one night to raise $900,000 for Covenant House, an organization that helps homeless young people get off the streets and on to independence. Guest: Krista Thompson - Executive Director, Covenant House Vancouver

Duration:00:09:19

Previewing this year’s hottest tech gifts ahead of the CES Conference in Las Vegas

11/15/2018
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The Consumer Technology Association (they put on the big consumer electronics show in Las Vegas every year and represent 2200 of the world’s largest tech companies) put together a report to discuss tech trends and policies in the region. Guest: Tyler Suiters - VP of Communications for the Consumer Technology Association

Duration:00:09:02

Calls: what do you think about the new rules preventing truck drivers from using the left lane on the Coq?

11/15/2018
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Calls: what do you think about the new rules preventing truck drivers from using the left lane on the Coq?

Duration:00:07:33

How does the president of the BC Trucking Association feel about the ‘No Trucks in the Left Lane’ program on the Coquihalla?

11/15/2018
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A portion of British Columbia’s Coquihalla Highway will now feature commercial vehicle restrictions, the provincial government announced yesterday. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure said starting this week, it will be restricting commercial vehicles from using the far left lane on the Snowshed Hill section of the Coquihalla, between Box Canyon and Zopkios. The province is calling it the ‘No Trucks in the Left Lane’ program and says other highway sections in B.C.’s Interior...

Duration:00:07:23

The Political Panel with Alan Fryer and Sandy Garossino

11/15/2018
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Guests: Sandy Garossino- Former Crown prosecutor and columnist with the National Observer Alan Fryer- Former Washington correspondent for CTV National/Media Consultant

Duration:00:12:28

Business in Vancouver with Kirk LaPointe

11/15/2018
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Guest: Kirk LaPointe - Editor-in-Chief Business in Vancouver Media Group//Vice President, Editorial, Glacier Media

Duration:00:07:46