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The Lynda Steele Show

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The show offers a new outlook on news with the help of award-winning journalist 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 with the help of award-winning journalist 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

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The show offers a new outlook on news with the help of award-winning journalist 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

Flatten the curve: the song!

3/30/2020
We chat with the musicians behind this fabulous piece of music, perfect for the time we're living in. Daryl Wakeham Singer/Retired teacher Kevin Crofton Singer/Frontline DTES worker

Duration:00:06:14

The Full Show Podcast: COVID-19 Pandemic - March 30th, 2020 | Parking fines suspended | Disabled needs | The future of school & more!

3/30/2020
We’ll be continuing coverage of this pandemic for as long as is warranted. Today’s top stories: The city of Vancouver will provide relief in one area, parking. Why aren't the disabled being talked about? When will school open again? Remember to wash your hands, self-isolate unless it is an emergency, and stay home at all costs if you are sick. The Lynda Steele Full Show podcast includes all the individual segments that can be found on the Lynda Steele Show page, digitally stitched together...

Duration:00:44:45

Calls to battered women crisis hotline surge

3/30/2020
Could it be presumably due to more people being trapped in doors? Eric chats with Angela Marie MacDougall. Executive Director of battered woman support services.

Duration:00:09:10

How will schools move forward during COVID-19?

3/30/2020
Are schools just going to stay closed till this fully ends? Will it be remote learning? We catch up with Stephen Price, West Vancouver School Teacher and Education Columnist.

Duration:00:05:46

The needs of disabled people during COVID-19. Being ignored?

3/30/2020
We've heard about supports for basically people from every aspect of life. But what about the disabled and those with accessibility issues? Eric Chapman spoke with Pat White, someone who deals with a disability. She feels like they don't exist during this crisis.

Duration:00:08:26

Stories of renters struggling thanks to COVID-19

3/30/2020
We talk to a couple different renters who are struggling in the midst of this Global Pandemic. These are the stories of Chelsea, and Wes.

Duration:00:08:44

Stanley Park gun will fire at 7 in support of health workers

3/30/2020
We chat with Camil Dumont, the Chair for Vancouver Park Board.

Duration:00:05:09

Parking rule enforcement being suspended in some cases

3/30/2020
The City of Vancouver is suspending some parking rules during this already difficult time. For more we chat with Vancouver Councillor Sarah Kirby-Yung.

Duration:00:07:26

The Full Show Podcast: COVID-19 Pandemic - March 27th, 2020 | Federal support for business | Social distancing working? | Author Janie Brown | SOAP & more!

3/27/2020
Continuing coverage of COVID-19 Today’s top stories: The federal government announces support for small businesses. Provincial health officials are suggesting they have proof that social distancing is working here in B.C. Great news! Stressed out working from home or not working at all? We have some resources to help you. Eric Chapman teaches you about Soap. And Amir Ali talks to author Janie Brown, about her very relevant book, Radical Acts of Love. Remember to wash your hands, self-isolate...

Duration:01:28:08

Between the lines with Janie Brown: Radical Acts of Love

3/27/2020
Janie Brown is the author of Radical Acts of Love: How we find hope at the end of life. Her book is about experiences and conversations she's had with people near the end of life. This book is extremely relevant for all of us feeling fear or grief in this time. You can find the book on Amazon, but if you'd like to support local, go to: www.banyen.com/products/radical-acts-love

Duration:00:21:57

Construction worker symptomatic with COVID-19, after raising concerns

3/27/2020
A construction worker we spoke to last week, raised the alarm about poor working conditions. A week later, he now has symptoms. We get an update from him.

Duration:00:06:23

Talking to a frontline worker in the DTES

3/27/2020
Our guest who will be referred to as 'frank', is suggesting a more violent atmosphere in the downtown eastside during this pandemic.

Duration:00:05:42

COVID-19 causing increase in break-ins for businesses

3/27/2020
We chat with David Hawksworth, someone on the receiving end of this kind of behaviour.

Duration:00:06:14

Coping with stress, depression and worse during COVID-19

3/27/2020
Eric is working from home, and stressful situations have arisen being trapped at home during this time. Eric tells his story, offers some resources to help, and then we chat with Mark Smith. Mark Smith is a Family therapist based in Vancouver.

Duration:00:13:07

Talking to a physician who is assessing COVID-19 patients

3/27/2020
Yvette Lu is a family physician. She has assessed patients with COVID-19. We chat with her about her practice.

Duration:00:05:45

Tracking systems being put in place to track quarantine violators

3/27/2020
Will some might find this to be a breach of privacy, the importance cannot be argued. The technology requires a wristband to be worn. For more on this tech, we chat with Wayne Lloyd - President of TRACEsafe Technologies, based in Vancouver

Duration:00:09:55

BIV on the air: COVID-19 shaming and judging

3/27/2020
While people have been really positive and hopeful during this pandemic, some have.. not been so gracious. With more on this we have Kirk LaPointe, Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of Business in Vancouver.

Duration:00:05:37

Federal support for small business enough?

3/27/2020
Trudeau announced today that the federal government was going to do a lot more for small businesses. We talk to two small business owners about what they heard: Andrea Piccolo Owner Prado Cafe & 7 other cafes James Iranzad Partner, Gooseneck Hospitality Owner of Wildebeest, Bells & Whistles, Lucky Taco, Bufala Kerrisdale and Bufala

Duration:00:12:04

A positive side-effect of COVID-19

3/26/2020
Eric Chapman fills you in.

Duration:00:04:11