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Best Cknw Curiouscast podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Cknw Curiouscast podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Money Talks is an immensely popular program that has everything to do with money. How to make it, how to spend it, how to grow it, and how to avoid letting it get away. Well-known, well-connected, articulate and knowledgeable, Michael Campbell is one of Canada’s most respected business analysts. Join him weekly for a full length show and daily for Campbell's Comment. If it has to do with money, finance, investment or the economy you will hear about it on this podcast.
 
Join leading sexual health expert Maureen McGrath every Sunday night for the Sunday Night Health Show , a live listener call-in radio program that educates listeners about sexual health, overall health, relationships and quality of life. LISTEN LIVE ACROSS CANADA 8pmPT-10pmPT on 980 CKNW in Vancouver 9pmMT-11pmMT on 770 CHQR in Calgary 10pmCT-12amCT on 680 CJOB in Winnipeg
 
Legal Expert: Lior Samfiru Legal information and call-in show, specifically dealing with employment law issues. Discussing aspects of termination of employment, and what people need to know if they lost their job or on the verge of losing their job. We will also be addressing other topics, anything from overtime and hours of work, to drug testing in the workplace.
 
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.
 
It’s one of the most alarming family justice cases in Canadian history: A high-conflict custody battle with allegations of sexual abuse by a father and incompetence by B.C.’s Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) that raises serious questions about how our system deals with families at their breaking point. In a five-part CKNW special investigation, reporter Charmaine de Silva takes an in-depth look at how a judge, a lawyer and our system, in general, led to justice being derailed.
 
Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award. Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians. You ...
 
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Desmond Cole is a Black Journalist, Activist, and Writer. His first book, The Skin We're In: A Year of Black Resistance and Power, takes a look at events in 2017, that point to the very real issue of systemic racism, that is just as pervasive now as ever. These events serve as a microcosm of the larger picture; that institutionalized racism is as p…
 
CHAPTER 1 🔥🔥 Hot question of the day 🔥🔥 It’s @JodyVance’s 🔥 question of the day: straight up, where do you land? Do you oppose pipeline blockades or do you support protesters? Oppose Support Indifferent CHAPTER 2 Day after BC Budget Reaction We’re the day after the BC Budget so we’ve had plenty of time to digest some of the big news coming out of t…
 
When it comes to sports in this town, we hear a lot of discussion about the Vancouver Canucks, the Vancouver Whitecaps and the BC Lions. But if you head east on Highway 1 out to Langley you’ll be able to watch the WHL’s Vancouver Giants who are currently on a 10-game winning streak. Guest: Barclay Parneta General Manager, Vancouver Giants…
 
In yesterday’s budget, the provincial government revealed they will be applying the provincial sales tax (7%) to carbonated sugary drinks. So what this means is that a $2 can of pop will cost 14 cents more after July 1st. The government projects the tax will generate $27 million of revenue in 2020, and then $37 million of revenue in 2021. A 2016 st…
 
The federal government is changing the stress test rate for insured mortgages starting April 6. The government says the change will allow the rate to be more representative of the mortgage rates offered by lenders and more responsive to market conditions. Guest: Angela Calla Mortgage Expert & Best Selling Author, Host of The Mortgage Show on CKNW…
 
About 500 passengers left the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Yokohama, Japan today at the end of a two-week quarantine. It's not clear how many Canadians were allowed off the ship, which some experts have called a perfect new coronavirus incubator. Earlier today, Japan announced 79 more cases aboard the ship, bringing the total to 621. From the no…
 
We’re the day after the BC Budget so we’ve had plenty of time to digest some of the big news coming out of the budget which includes three new taxes: a sugar tax, a streaming tax and a tax on the super wealthy (those who make over $220K/year) Finance Minister Carole James spoke to Simi Sara on the CKNW Morning Show about the Guest: Maclean Kay Edit…
 
Chapter 1 - Justin Trudeau convened a meeting of party leaders to discuss the ongoing rail blockades and infrastructure disruptions. Is there a plan? Guest: Mike le Couteur, Global National correspondent Chapter 2 - The BC Government has unveiled their new budget and we take a look at the pros and cons with the non-partisan group Generation Squeeze…
 
Today's top stories: Budget 2020 A big day at the legislature today as the 2020 budget was announced. We cover it from multiple angles. More protests There aren't many disruptions expected, but another protest in solidarity of Indigenous communities affected by Coastal Gas Link Pipeline is happening today. Upset residents in the DTES The Crosstown …
 
CHAPTER 1 🔥🔥 Hot question of the day 🔥🔥 It’s @jodyvance’s 🔥 question of the day: With housing affordability continuing at crisis levels in the lower mainland, would you consider co-home-ownership? Yes! Not sure how that works. No way, too risky. CHAPTER 2 Protests expected at the BC Legislature today If you watched the viral clips from the BC Legis…
 
We’ve all witnessed one, if not been a part of one … a twitter storm. The rather benign posting that suddenly turns to a crazy back and for that can sometimes leave the most innocent of posters feeling gaslit. There are trolls, and then there are bullies. The prior are often just out to muddy a matter …. The latter is more about tossing grenades, w…
 
Economic Anxiety is real … and seems to be growing. There are so many variables at play both globally and locally …… think, trade issues with China, COVID 19 … Trump and lead up to the 2020 presidential election,and now in Canada we have issues with good being moved with rail blockades and port disruptions. Time to bring in the man who can give us …
 
Chapter 1 - The Rail blockade is having negative impacts on the Port of Vancouver. Global News reporter Jenn Palma is reporting on the effects of these Canada wide protests this morning. Chapter 2 - BC’s Provincial Health Officer responds to concerns raised by the CFNU over the spread of COVID-19 in Canada. Guest: Bonnie Henry, BC Provincial Health…
 
The highlights: What to expect with tomorrow’s budget It’s budget time! While it’s not the most glamorous of topics, the implications are potentially huge. Distracted driving Some people are making the case that all cell phones should be prohibited from vehicles. Recline gate Remember that incident on the airline with the woman reclining and having…
 
We talk to Dr. Atul Kapur with the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians and emergency room doctor at an Ottawa hospital. He's making the case that regardless of whether it's hands free or you're truly distracted by your phone, each case is as dangerous as the other. On the other side of the argument we hear from Derek Lewers, a Researcher w…
 
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