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Listeners tune in for the latest local and provincial news, sports, traffic and weather. Interviews, panel discussions and entertainment information round out this lively and relevant show.

Listeners tune in for the latest local and provincial news, sports, traffic and weather. Interviews, panel discussions and entertainment information round out this lively and relevant show.
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Vancouver, BC




Listeners tune in for the latest local and provincial news, sports, traffic and weather. Interviews, panel discussions and entertainment information round out this lively and relevant show.




The Early Edition Box 4600 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A2 604 662 6118


November 20, 2017 - Johann Hari on opioid crisis

We speak with New York Times best-selling author and addictions specialist Johann Hari for his thoughts on the ongoing opioid crisis.

Duration: 00:13:14

November 17, 2017 - Sargeant Judy Bird remembers Constable John Davidson

This Sunday, Abbotsford Police Department says goodbye to Constable John Davidson. We learn more about what his legacy will be for the department and the community from his colleague Sargeant Judy Bird.

Duration: 00:09:15

November 16, 2017 - Women and peacekeeping

The federal government has announced a plan to bring more women into peacekeeping missions. That's something Senator Mobina Jaffer, who represents BC, has been advocating for.

Duration: 00:07:12

November 15, 2017 - Senior migration

According to a new study by the Fraser Institute, more seniors are moving to BC from other provinces and using our health services. Yet our health care funding model isn't taking that migration into account. We speak with Jason Clemens.

Duration: 00:09:41

Autism library helps children experience public places without judgement

The building structure, the programs and the book collection are all designed to meet the needs of children and families living with autism spectrum disorder.

Duration: 00:07:12

November 13, 2017 - Remembering Reena Virk

Twenty years ago the murder of Victoria teenager Reena Virk by her peers woke a whole generation of B.C. students to the horrific consequences of bullying. Hear Shauna Janz from Learning Through Loss, a grief support society for teens.

Duration: 00:09:23

Major Misconduct - The Major Issues

The CBC's Jeremy Allingham kicks off our series 'Major Misconduct: Why We Let Kids Fight On Ice' with an examination of the issues surrounding fighting in junior hockey.

Duration: 00:09:41

Major Misconduct - Teaching Kids to Fight

Our series 'Major Misconduct: Why We Let Kids Fight On Ice' takes a closer look at the tough decision facing parents and coaches of kids who are hoping to make it to the junior level. Should they learn to fight, or not?

Duration: 00:09:08

November 9, 2017 - BCTF decision one year later

It's been one year since the land mark Supreme Court decision which restored teachers' class size and composition negotiations. BCTF president, Glen Hansman joins us.

Duration: 00:07:25

November 8, 2017 - US panel on one year of President Trump

One year ago today, Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. We convene our American political panel about the year that was, and the years ahead.

Duration: 00:09:32

November 7, 2017 - North Shore rescue safety

Winter is just around the corner, which means it's time to start taking extra care on the North Shore mountains. We talk to North Shore Rescue's Mike Danks about how to stay safe while visiting the mountains this winter.

Duration: 00:07:10

November 6, 2017 - Cedar Project

A study released today shows indigenous youth who use drugs in BC are 13 times more likely to die than other Canadians in the same age group. We speak with Chief Wayne Christian, co-principal investigator of the study and chief of the Splatsin Indian band

Duration: 00:07:14

November 3, 2017 - Inseparable

Judith Pyke is the director and executive producer of the "Inseparable: Ten Years Joined at the Head." The film documents the life of conjoined twins Tatiana and Krista Hogan.

Duration: 00:08:33

November 2, 2017 - Jumbo Glacier

The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for the Jumbo Glacier ski resort, dismissing First Nation claims that it infringes on their religious rights. Jessica Orkin is a lawyer and an intervenor in the case.

Duration: 00:07:17

November 1, 2017

Vancouver City Council will debate a motion to apologize to Chinese descendants in this city. Henry Yu, a member of the advisory board Historical Discrimination Against Chinese People in Vancouver, responds.

Duration: 00:10:00

October 31, 2017 - Andrew Scheer

Federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer on the Trudeau and the government's fiscal update.

Duration: 00:10:53

October 30, 2017 - NDP MP Kennedy Stewart on Kinder Morgan

Kinder Morgan wants the National Energy Board to allow the company to start work on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, even though the City of Burnaby has yet to grant the required permits. We speak to Burnaby South MP Kennedy Stewart.

Duration: 00:10:15

October 27, 2017 - Dogwood's Sophie Harrison on Kinder Morgan

Another twist in the saga of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Kinder Morgan is now appealing to the National Energy Board to give them the go-ahead despite not getting permits from the City of Burnaby. We get some reaction from the group Dogwood.

Duration: 00:06:48

October 25, 2017 - Rental stats

New census data is out today. We speak with Nathan Lauster about what the statistics say about how many renters are living in Metro Vancouver and whether more needs to be done to keep them living in the region.

Duration: 00:08:15

October 26, 2017 - Maple Ridge homeless camp

The City of Maple Ridge is once again seeking an injuction to clear the Anita's Place homeless camp. We speak with Mayor Nicole Read about what prompted council's decision.

Duration: 00:08:39

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