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The Lynda Steele Show

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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 Podcast: Brown face fallout, a tribute to a late member of the Sikh community who faced racism, a lack of opioids for those truly in need & more!

9/19/2019
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Highlights from this episode: Trudeau faces the music 24 hours later and more bombshells being dropped on Justin Trudeau. There weren’t just 2 instances, there are now confirmed to be at least 3 cases of blackface. Remembrance of a tragic legion experience Andy Baryer reached out to Lynda Steele regarding a story about a Sikh man who got banned from a legion for wearing a turban. He recently passed away, and Andy thought this was the best time to honour this man who stood in the face of...

Duration:01:30:24

Where we live: Robson Square

9/19/2019
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What does the future of Robson Square hold for us? Margaret Wittgens fills us in. She's a spokesperson with the City of Vancouver.

Duration:00:05:53

Have you heard of a 'death doula'?

9/19/2019
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In-studio we have a death doula sharing her experience dealing with death and dead people. How did she choose this career and what keeps her interest?

Duration:00:06:41

Woman describes her struggle to get opioid medication she desperately needs

9/19/2019
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The guest featured in this segment is someone who truly needs opioids. She didn't want to provide her real name for confidentiality reasons, but she tells her story. She's not an addict, just a woman with some medical conditions that cause great pain.

Duration:00:14:06

A special political panel on the blackface fallout. What do the Liberals do next?

9/19/2019
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We take an in-depth look at what this means, from voices who have experience in this realm. Barinder Rasode was a Surrey mayoral candidate in 2014, and founder of National Institute for Cannabis Health and Education (NICHE) Canada. Indira Prahst is an Instructor and Past Chair, Department of sociology who specializes in Racism and race and ethnic relations at Langara College.

Duration:00:15:42

A history of blackface

9/19/2019
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Where does blackface originate? And what makes it actually offensive? Eric Chapman takes a look. A colourful political panel: Processing the Trudeau situation

Duration:00:05:42

Report released on the expenses scandal at the leg

9/19/2019
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Auditor General Carole Bellringer releases report on expenses policies/practices of Speaker and Sergeant-at-Arms. Richard Zussman is the Global BC Online Legislative Reporter

Duration:00:08:00

A surprise phone call from Wake Up Surrey

9/19/2019
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Sukhi Sandhu who is with Wake Up Surrey, called in with some very passionate thoughts about what is going on in Canada today in the wake of the Trudeau blackface scandal.

Duration:00:05:54

In the wake of the Trudeau spotlight, a tribute to a disrespected Sikh Colonel

9/19/2019
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A local story of a South Asian man was turned down from a legion because he was wearing a turban. Andy Baryer reached out to us with this story, and joined us in-studio.

Duration:00:11:22

At the box office: Last Blood

9/19/2019
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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. Some of the highlights in this edition include the new Breaking Bad movie maybe making its way to Vancouver theatres, as well as a crazy back to school PSA that involves school shootings. Steve Stebbing is a Movie connoisseur and critic! You can find him on twitter @theStevilDead or at SteveStebbing.ca

Duration:00:06:25

24 hours later. The fallout for Justin Trudeau's 'brown face'

9/19/2019
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It has now been a full day since Justin Trudeau came under fire and was put in the hot seat for a photo that surfaced from a party in 2001. The theme of the party was Arabian Nights, and Justin Trudeau had his face and hands painted brown. He was asked about other instances of this, and didn't necessarily lead us to believe there was more. Well, there were 3 instances in total, at least. What do the Liberals do next? Zain Belji is a political campaign strategist with ties to the...

Duration:00:10:08

The Full Show Podcast: Trudeau brown face, Alan Schmegelsky speaks out, first case of e-cig related illness in Canada, climate strike set for this and next Friday, & more!

9/18/2019
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Highlights from this episode: Alan Schmegelsky It has now been about a month since the bodies of the two B.C. fugitives were found, dead. Global Reporter Sarah MacDonald caught up with Alan Schmegelsky and he spoke very candidly. E-cig illness in Canada News has recently broke that the first serious case of vaping related illness has popped up in Canada. What does this mean for health officials and the way this will be handled moving forward? Climate strike for those in all walks of...

Duration:01:19:39

An Airbnb suite is causing some neighbours distress

9/18/2019
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A Vancouver man is disturbed by a half naked photoshoot he witnessed from his neighbours balcony over the weekend. The first person to see it was actually his young child! His name is Todd Skene and he's a Mortgage Specialist at Dominion Lending

Duration:00:07:26

Steele the show: Su Bennett thinks Vancouver is dying

9/18/2019
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We all know the streets of Vancouver are a mess in many parts of the city. But, just how bad is it? Su Bennett is a Vancouverite with very strong feelings about this.

Duration:00:13:08

Bombshell dropped. A photo from 2001 of Justin Trudeau in 'brown face' has surfaced

9/18/2019
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Wuh oh... Bad news for the Liberal camp. Justin Trudeau has been spotted in brown face in a yearbook photo. TIME was the publication to break this. How will this impact his campaign?

Duration:00:07:41

Climate strike planned for all levels of the machine

9/18/2019
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UBC does not plan to cancel classes on Sept. 27th for the next global climate strike. UBC Professor George Hoberg says he didn’t plan classes for that day, however will focus on all things climate change related.

Duration:00:07:19

First case of respiratory illness linked to vaping in Canada

9/18/2019
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We've heard cases in recent weeks of people actually dying due to vaping. UBC Experts are now talking about vaping concerns. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have identified more than 450 possible cases of lung disease caused from vaping. Christopher Carlsten joined the show, Professor, UBC Faculty of Medicine

Duration:00:08:33

The rising calls to regulate vaping

9/18/2019
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Rising vaping concerns and the call to regulate vaping the same way as cannabis are continuing to be voiced. Global News' Emily Lazatin is doing a deep dive on vaping all week long, and joined the show.

Duration:00:05:05

Kids today are lazier and fatter. Is fear of crime a worthy reason to keep them inside?

9/18/2019
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These days, research reveals children are less fit, easker and fatter than they were a generation ago. UBC finds the benefits of letting children run free far outweigh the risks. To tell us more, Negin Riazi joined the studio. She's a PhD candidate in the School of Kinesiology at UBC

Duration:00:14:44

Working on the West Coast: Self-help kit

9/18/2019
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Working on the West Coast: Taking a look at the job market in BC. Today: Looking at the Province’s move to dump the ‘self-help kit’ to resolve employment standards complaints and return to a direct-service approach. Christian St. Cyr is Author of the BC Labour Market Report

Duration:00:06:51