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The show offers a new outlook on news programming that meshes the award-winning journalism of Lynda Steele. We’ve got more than just your daily news updates. Steele will report on the biggest headlines of the day while offering conversational insight into the issues making waves in Metro Vancouver.

The show offers a new outlook on news programming that meshes the award-winning journalism of Lynda Steele. We’ve got more than just your daily news updates. Steele will report on the biggest headlines of the day while offering conversational insight into the issues making waves in Metro Vancouver.
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The show offers a new outlook on news programming that meshes the award-winning journalism of Lynda Steele. We’ve got more than just your daily news updates. Steele will report on the biggest headlines of the day while offering conversational insight into the issues making waves in Metro Vancouver.

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English


Episodes

The Full Show: DTES – Vancouver is dying, what to do with dog doo-doo, wild food from the PNE, & more!

8/16/2019
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Highlights from this episode: Vancouver is dying News broke recently about a potential eviction notice for residents of the tent-city at Oppenheimer Park. We take a look at a documentary out of Seattle called Seattle is dying, is Vancouver to follow? Much ado about dog doo-doo So… those biodegradable poop bags for your pooch might not be so biodegradable after all. Should you be taxed if you throw poop bags into bins? What should the city be doing? Freaky treats from the PNE But no...

Duration:01:21:45

Wacky menu items at this year's PNE's fair

8/16/2019
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Pickle cotton candy, jalapeno lemonade, oh my! Bringing in some crazy treats is Laura Ballance, President of the Laura Ballance Media Group

Duration:00:10:10

VANCOLOUR weekly check-in: Controversy surrounding liver transplants

8/16/2019
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A B.C. Indigenous man who says he was removed from a provincial waiting list for a liver transplant over an alcohol abstinence policy is now being assessed for the life-saving operation. David Dennis, who suffers from end-stage liver disease, told Global News this week he was removed after not meeting a policy that requires transplant patients to abstain from alcohol consumption for six months. The 44-year-old filed a human rights complaint against BC Transplant, claiming the policy...

Duration:00:13:02

Don't be fooled, real estate in Vancouver is still plummeting

8/16/2019
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There were 6370 detached properties for sale in July, continuing in the upward trend of available listings throughout Greater Vancouver. Again we are well above the growth cycle of active listings. Greater Vancouver could have seen only 5275 listings in the month of July and still been in the upward trend. The average since 2005 has been 5858 available listings in any given month. Dane Eitel, Lead Analyst and Founder of Eitel Insights joined the show.

Duration:00:11:16

A petition to make legally forced blacked out windows at stores disappear

8/16/2019
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This may be innocuous, though when you think of it.. It’s pretty dangerous to have a storefront that you can’t see into. Potential robberies or assaults may go unnoticed. We talk to the man who started the petition, Davin Robataille.

Duration:00:10:28

Much ado about doo-doo bags for your pooch

8/16/2019
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It seems as though the city is going to hire people to do a dirty job. Separating the poop, from your doggie pooh bags.. no joke! The poo is in bags because city bylaws require residents to pick it up before depositing it at bins to move to poo-processing plants or landfills. However, say city tender documents, city waste collection staff are handling up to 6,900 tonnes of pooch poo annually and staff are now needed to process it at city waste facilities. We talk to someone who does this...

Duration:00:15:15

Move Up's take on the fact that ICBC insurance rates top Canada

8/16/2019
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ICBC has been in the news for many of the wrong reasons, ever since BC Attorney General David Eby declared, now infamously, that the insurance corporation “is quite simply a financial dumpster fire”. We spoke with the Vice President of the Insurance Bureau of Canada- Pacific, Aaron Sutherland earlier this week concerning a report indicating that British Columbia residents are still paying the highest insurance rates in the country. Now we get ICBC’s perspective. We hear from Annette Toth...

Duration:00:09:42

Business in Vancouver on the air: automated cars by 2035?

8/16/2019
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This week: People could be in fully automated cars by 2035 https://biv.com/article/2019/08/people-could-be-fully-automated-cars-2035 Scrap ride-hailing class 4 requirement: Okanagan mayors https://biv.com/article/2019/08/scrap-ride-hailing-class-4-requirement-okanagan-mayor Tyler Orton is a Reporter at Business In Vancouver who specializes in B.C.'s tech sector and writes frequently about the local film and TV industry.

Duration:00:07:42

Oppenheimer Park eviction impending. Throwing money at the DTES isn't helping

8/16/2019
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Lynda opens the show. The Downtown Eastside has deteriorated even further in decent months, and is considered to be the worst it’s ever been. How do we move forward as a society and clean up the mess and actually help the people. We hear from councillor Sarah Kirby-Yung, and are also joined by former city councillor who has spoken a great deal about this issue, George Affleck.

Duration:00:11:40

The Lynda Steele Show CKNW 75th Anniversary Special

8/15/2019
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It's been 75 years now since CKNW has been on the air, becoming one of BC's most listened to radio stations ever. Listen to this special anniversary episode featuring legendary voices like George Garrett, Bill Good, Christy Clark, and current voices like Drex and Charles Adler. Live from New Westminster at the Anvil Centre.

Duration:00:56:24

Charles Adler celebrates #CKNW75 with Lynda Steele

8/15/2019
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Charles Adler has had a long journey in radio. Listen to his story about how it all started.

Duration:00:06:41

Steele and Drex for #CKNW75

8/15/2019
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They hosted the Steele and Drex, and come together once more to celebrate CKNW's 75th anniversary.

Duration:00:06:40

The legendary Christy Clark joins the Lynda Steele Show for #CKNW75

8/15/2019
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It has been quite a while since you've heard her voice on this station. Did you know Christy Clark was responsible for #pinkshirtday? Christy Clark joins Lynda Steele to reminisce about her history with the station.

Duration:00:12:22

George Garrett joins Lynda Steele to celebrate 75 years on the air

8/15/2019
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So many memories, so many stories. Listen to Lynda and George look back at 75 years on the air.

Duration:00:07:46

The Full Show: Ethics watchdog comes to a decision, celebrating the Beatles on CKNW, & more!

8/14/2019
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Highlights from this episode: Trudeau's hot water SNC-Lavalin has reared its head again, the ethics watchdog has found Trudeau guilty of conflict of interest. The Beatles! We go back to 1964, 55 years ago, when the Beatles came to Empire Stadium. It didn't go so well.. The Lynda Steele Full Show podcast includes all the individual segments that can be found on the Lynda Steele Show page, digitally stitched together for your convenience.

Duration:01:54:51

Midweek Moneytalks: Dow off 800 points!

8/14/2019
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Another massive down day in stocks with the Dow Jones off over 800 points as investors worry about the ongoing trade war, a slowing global economy and an inverted yield curve. But for other investments like gold and bonds it was an up day. To make sense of it all - we bring in the man who told us over three weeks ago to expect the market slide - Michael Campbell, host of Canada’s #1 rated financial show Money Talks. Money Talks airs Saturday mornings at 8:30 AM on CKNW!

Duration:00:10:59

RCMP commercial vehicle inspections revealing major infractions

8/14/2019
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The Burnaby RCMP are conducting commercial vehicle inspections and on day one have already found a staggering amount of trucking violations. According to Burnaby RCMP, out of 47 vehicles inspected, 20 had to be taken off the road as they were deemed unsafe, 40 violation tickets were given, and to top it off 149 mechanical defects were identified. Why are these vehicles being allowed to go on the road? We ask the President and CEO of BC Trucking Association, Dave Earle.

Duration:00:06:03