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Simi Sara is an award winning journalist, having spent 5 years with CKNW and more than 10 years in local television. She is personable, humble and real. She brings everyday common sense to Vancouver’s daily conversation. Simi’s passion for storytelling allows people to tell her what’s on their mind. Listen to The Simi Sara Show on 980 CKNW weekdays from 10 AM to 2 PM.

Simi Sara is an award winning journalist, having spent 5 years with CKNW and more than 10 years in local television. She is personable, humble and real. She brings everyday common sense to Vancouver’s daily conversation. Simi’s passion for storytelling allows people to tell her what’s on their mind. Listen to The Simi Sara Show on 980 CKNW weekdays from 10 AM to 2 PM.
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Vancouver, BC

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Simi Sara is an award winning journalist, having spent 5 years with CKNW and more than 10 years in local television. She is personable, humble and real. She brings everyday common sense to Vancouver’s daily conversation. Simi’s passion for storytelling allows people to tell her what’s on their mind. Listen to The Simi Sara Show on 980 CKNW weekdays from 10 AM to 2 PM.

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@simisara980

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English

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Episodes

The Simi Sara Show - Mayors Day with special guest host New Westminster Mayor Jonathan Cote

5/23/2018
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The Simi Sara Show - Mayors Day with special guest host New Westminster Mayor Jonathan Cote

Duration:01:00:43

Full Show: Mayors Day with special guest host: New Westminster Mayor Jonathan Cote

5/23/2018
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Full Show: Mayors Day with special guest host: New Westminster Mayor Jonathan Cote

Duration:01:18:10

Simi's loser and winner of the day

5/23/2018
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Loser Winner (Mayor Cote) (OOh- LAH-ga)

Duration:00:07:35

What is Pickleball?

5/23/2018
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While discussing Mayor Cote’s appearance on the Simi Sara Show, we learned that one of his hobbies includes Pickleball. What is Pickleball, and how popular is the sport? Guest: Chuck Lefaive Founding Director of Pickleball Canada and Pickleball BC Guest: Jonathan Cote New Westminster Mayor

Duration:00:07:53

This is What’s happening right now!

5/23/2018
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Western Premiers meeting in Yellowknife agreed to disagree on the contentious Kinder Morgan pipeline through BC - BC's John Horgan joined all but Alberta signing a shared statement covering issues like pharmacare and the future of cannabis. Alberta's Deputy Premier Sarah Hoffman talking about nothing but the pipeline saying right now 40 million dollars a day is being lost. Alberta's premier stayed home saying she's focused on a deal with kinder morgan ahead of the may 31st...

Duration:00:17:12

New tolls? Road pricing? Final report on mobility pricing due this week

5/23/2018
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Metro Vancouver will soon have a better idea about a potential road pricing scheme for the region, with the final report from an independent commission into mobility pricing due this week. The report will be unveiled at TransLink Mayors’ Council meeting on Thursday. The commission was looking at two mobility pricing models: congestion point charges, which could result in tolls on bridges and other key choke points, and distance-based charges which would vary by time and location. In...

Duration:00:10:06

What’s happening in New Westminster this summer?

5/23/2018
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Summertime is upon us, and that means that a lot of municipalities will be hosting events for residents to enjoy the weather and the community. What will be happening in New Westminster this summer? Guest: Jorden Foss President of Tourism New Westminster

Duration:00:08:01

Tim Hortons falls to 67th in reputation rankings

5/23/2018
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Tim Hortons has seen its ranking take a hit in another study tracking Canada's most reputable companies. Research firm Reputation Institute says the company has fallen to 67th from 13th place in one of the largest moves down of all 250 companies it analyzed this year, but the brand is still considered to have a "strong reputation." The study is based on ratings from 27,000 Canadians, who are asked to score companies on their products, innovation, workplace governance, citizenship, leadership...

Duration:00:09:12

BC Green Party Leader claims that Notley’s op-ed contains 'misleading propaganda'

5/23/2018
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The Vancouver Sun has published an op-ed by Alberta Premier Rachel Notley in which she explains why she feels that the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion “must be built.” In her piece, Notley discusses the economic importance of energy jobs for the country, and also states that many British Columbians work in Alberta’s energy sector, but still pay taxes in British Columbia. She also uses the op-ed to explain Alberta’s commitment to the environment by stating that Alberta has worked to become a...

Duration:00:12:21

Hot question of the day

5/23/2018
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Motorists are holding their breath as the final report of the independent commission on mobility pricing is set to come down this week. The report will be unveiled at this week's TransLink board of directors meeting. The commission was looking at two mobility pricing models: congestion point charges, which could result in tolls on most bridges and other key choke points and distance-based charges which would vary by time and location. In February, we spoke with Allan Seckel, Chair of the...

Duration:00:02:04

Full episode: Liberal bill aims to overhaul Divorce Act, New study of 45-85 year olds finds older women more likely than men to feel lonely, and more ...

5/22/2018
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Full episode: Liberal bill aims to overhaul Divorce Act, New study of 45-85 year olds finds older women more likely than men to feel lonely, and more ...

Duration:00:57:03

Simi's loser and winner of the day

5/22/2018
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Loser The Times Union Winner

Duration:00:04:28

Liberal bill aims to overhaul Divorce Act

5/22/2018
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The federal government tabled a bill this morning which aims to overhaul federal divorce laws for the first time in more than 20 years. Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says new legislation addresses need for "much-needed overhaul" to bring the Divorce Act "up to modern times." It’s called Bill C-78, and here to tell us about it is Lawrence Pinsky, Chair of the family section of the Canadian Bar Association. Guest: Lawrence Pinsky Chair of the family section of the Canadian Bar...

Duration:00:10:03

New study of 45-85 year olds finds older women more likely than men to feel lonely

5/22/2018
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A new study of people aged between 45 and 85 has found that women are more likely than men to experience feelings of loneliness and social isolation. The findings are contained in a new report from the Canadian Longitudinal Study in Aging. It tells us more about the health, care, mobility, and sexuality needs and traits of Canada’s aging population. Guest: Dr. Christina Wolfson Professor at McGill University and co-principal investigator at the Canadian Longitudinal Study in Aging

Duration:00:07:00

Parents sue deadbeat son to get out of their house

5/22/2018
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A fed-up New York couple is giving her unemployed 30-year-old son, who still lives at home, a dose of tough love — by suing him to have him evicted. Christina and Mark Rotondo have sent their son Michael five notices between Feb. 2 and March 30 in an effort to toss him from their Camillus home, according to the mom’s suit, filed earlier this month in Onondaga County Supreme Court. “Michael, after a discussion with your Mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately,”...

Duration:00:06:24

Andrew MacLeod tackles the pressing issue of Canadian health and public policy in his new book

5/22/2018
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Never before have individuals faced so much conflicting information about how to be healthy: a constant rotation of fad diets, extreme workout regimens and celebrity-endorsed supplements are regularly hyped as the latest cure for all modern ills. We also maintain a massive health care system that absorbs a steadily growing share of public spending. As health has increasingly come to occupy a prominent role in our lives and headlines, however, we’ve tended to ignore that many of the the most...

Duration:00:09:48

Trading tax info with China will allow Canada to monitor tax evasion among foreign-property owners

5/22/2018
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China and Canada will exchange tax and financial information for the first time this fall, a move that will give Canadian authorities a window into the activities of some foreign-property owners who evade Canadian taxes in real estate markets such as Vancouver. The exchange will also give Chinese authorities an ability to track down economic fugitives in Canada. Guest: Richard Kurland Vancouver Immigration lawyer and policy analyst

Duration:00:09:00

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley backs out of Western Premiers’ Conference over pipeline spat

5/22/2018
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There won't be any fireworks between the premiers of Alberta and British Columbia at the Western premier’s conference this week in Yellowknife. Rachel Notley and John Horgan were to attend, but the Alberta premier is staying home as the two continue to butt heads over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Deputy premier Sarah Hoffman will be attending the conference on Notley's behalf. Is this the first time the Western Premiers’ Conference has experienced such drama? Guest: Vaughn...

Duration:00:09:02

Hot question of the day

5/22/2018
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Do you support Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s decision to not attend the Western Premiers’ Conference due to the dispute over the Kinder Morgan pipeline? Yes

Duration:00:02:28

Simi's Loser and Winner of the day

5/21/2018
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Loser Winner

Duration:00:03:56

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