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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.

Location:

United States

Description:

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.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Full Show Podcast: The 4/20 Debate, Strata insurance, & Pipeline conversations

2/26/2020
Top Stories: Plans to bring 4/20 back to Sunset Beach are well underway, organizer says Lynda opens the show discussing the plans to bring 4/20 back to Sunset Beach. Does the B.C. Liberals private-members bill on strata insurance go far enough? Condo owners in BC are freaking out about Strata insurance soaring Guest: Rob de Pruis - Director of Consumer & Industry Relations at the Insurance Bureau of Canada Pipeline conversations are shifting quickly Sentiments around the protests...

Duration:00:33:28

Could the 2020 summer games in Japan possibly be cancelled?

2/26/2020
As the 2020 games in Japan approach, more and more voices are expressing concern in regards to a possible cancellation altogether!

Duration:00:07:15

Pipeline conversations are shifting quickly

2/26/2020
Sentiments around the protests across Canada, and the disruptions they’ve caused are shifting dramatically. Even from just last week, opinions have differed greatly. 1300 people were surveyed in a new Ipsos Reid poll, which gauged how people feel about the blockades, and about the leadership of the Country.

Duration:00:11:19

Vancouver city councillor weighs in on 4/20 debate

2/26/2020
Vancouver city councillor Sarah Kirby-Yung comes on to weigh in on the 4/20 debate. Guest: Sarah Kirby-Yung - Vancouver City Councillor

Duration:00:09:37

South of the Fraser: the transition to a municipal police force in Surrey

2/26/2020
The Surrey Police transition as it stands today. How much work is left to be done, and when might we see the Surrey Police in action? Wally Oppal spoke with the Surrey Board of Trade.

Duration:00:07:36

Does the B.C. Liberals private-members bill on strata insurance go far enough?

2/26/2020
Condo owners in BC are freaking out about Strata insurance soaring Guest Rob de Pruis - Director of Consumer & Industry Relations at the Insurance Bureau of Canada

Duration:00:11:24

Working on the West Coast: bullying in the workplace

2/26/2020
Working on the West Coast: bullying in the workplace Guest: Christian St Cyr - Author of the B.C. Labour Market Report

Duration:00:06:30

Plans to bring 4/20 back to Sunset Beach are well underway, organizer says

2/26/2020
Lynda opens the show discussing the plans to bring 4/20 back to Sunset Beach.

Duration:00:09:58

The Full Show Podcast: Protests| MAiD| Early Childhood Education & More

2/25/2020
Top Stories: Taxi companies’ petition for level playing field with ride-hailing operators Should Vancouver cab companies still keep their operating boundaries? Protests and blockades: how we got here, and the paths forward The ongoing protests and blockades across the country represent a side-effect of a very complex issue. To help us understand more Khelsilem, Squamish Nation Councillor joins us. How the emotions we learn as children serve us in life One third of children are behind...

Duration:01:07:51

The impact of the protests on businesses around Clark and Hastings

2/25/2020
What are the impacts of the ongoing protests on local businesses in Vancouver? Caren McSherry, President of The Gourmet Warehouse, joins us to tell us about her experience. Guest: Caren McSherry, Founder and President of the Gourmet Warehouse

Duration:00:08:47

Fraser Health stops funding the Delta Hospice Society

2/25/2020
Should BC hospices be allowed to refuse assisted dying? Guest: Alex Muir, Co-chair, Dying With Dignity Canada’s Vancouver Chapter

Duration:00:08:43

How the emotions we learn as children serve us in life

2/25/2020
One third of children are behind the curve when it comes to emotional intelligence. Our education panel joins us to discuss the latest findings and what parents and teachers can do to help their children. Guests: Stephen Price School teacher in West Vancouver and education columnist Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl Applied Developmental Psychologist from UBC Mackenzie Radomski Kindergarten teacher in West Vancouver

Duration:00:13:46

Protests and blockades: how we got here, and the paths forward

2/25/2020
The ongoing protests and blockades across the country represent a side-effect of a very complex issue. To help us understand more Khelsilem, Squamish Nation Councillor joins us. Guest: Khelsilem, Squamish Nation Councillor

Duration:00:15:40

Taxi companies’ petition for level playing field with ride-hailing operators

2/25/2020
Should Vancouver cab companies still keep their operating boundaries? Gurdip Sahota, General Manager of Sunshine Cabs in North Vancouver gives us insight. Guest: Gurdip Sahota, GM of Sunshine Cabs Ltd in North Vancouver

Duration:00:15:13

The Best and the Foodiest with Richard Wolak: Middle Eastern Eats

2/25/2020
Hummous, babaganoush, and flatbread, oh my! Guests: Richard Wolak Editor of VancouverFoodster.com Co-host of the CKNW Original Podcast Food Glorious Food at cknw.com George Assaf Chef and Owner of Manoush’eh

Duration:00:05:21

Why Don't Police Do Their Job?

2/25/2020
With all of these protests blocking traffic and creating inconvenience, why don’t police just do their job? Former RCMP Deputy Commissioner in BC Peter Geman explains.

Duration:00:11:48

The Full Show Podcast: You guessed it, more protests | Money laundering update | Overdose numbers & more!

2/24/2020
Top stories: Yet, another protest This one is in solidarity for what took place with the OPP. Money laundering inquiry underway Will anything come of this latest piece in the money laundering saga in British Columbia? Almost 1000 overdoses in 2019 And while total numbers are down, this crisis in in no way shape or form nearing its end. That and more on this edition of the Lynda Steele Full Show podcast! The Lynda Steele Full Show podcast includes all the individual segments that...

Duration:01:20:56

Former Premier Christy Clark shares her thoughts on chaos in Canada

2/24/2020
Tensions continue to escalate, and protests continue to cause disruptions. What does Christy Clark make of it?

Duration:00:12:27

COVID-19 hits Italy, and we connect with someone there

2/24/2020
Randall McDonald is CKNW’s Resident Fabulista, who is currently in Venice. who paints a scene of COVID-19 in Italy.

Duration:00:08:08

2019 overdose numbers outlined

2/24/2020
Even though there are some metrics that show a marginal improvement, a lot of work has to be done. We chat with Karen Ward who has been contracted by City of Vancouver to advise on overdose prevention policy. She's also a Resident of the Downtown Eastside, who uses drugs.

Duration:00:10:31