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CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
Are you interested in learning about the British Columbia Canada Real Estate Market? Join The BC Real Estate Podcast Channel:✅ 📲 Subscribe to this channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeq2Oq1JfHzlZMDasIUc0eg?sub_confirmation=1 🔹Contact Us:🔹 Ricky J and Jeff Chadha 📲 Call/Text Direct at 1-778-682-4545 📲 Email: bcrealestatepodcast@gmail.com 👨‍💻 Website: https://www.jeffchadhahomes.com/ #bcrealestatepodcast #bcrealestate #realestatepodcast
 
A wonderful sampling of some of beautiful British Columbia's finest musicologist's mixed brews! Featuring all types and all kinds of DJs mixing up their own special blend of sonic pleasures for you. All of them from the province BC in Canada. Featuring: Craig Mullin, DJ K-Tel, Steamboat Fattie, DJ Hebegebe, DJ CzechOlympics, Podrunner, Breaks, House, Electro, Punk, Funk, Soul, Techno, Boogaloo
 
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Business In Vancouver

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British Columbia's only daily news show focused on business, brought to you by Business in Vancouver newspaper and biv.com. Join hosts editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe as well as reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin as they interview Canada's business and political leaders about the pressing issues facing British Columbian businesses and industries today. Join them as they discuss real estate, technology, the resource industries and local and provincial politics.
 
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ForestWorks seeks to bring out the facts and important perspectives on one of British Columbia's top economic and social pillars - forestry. The industry supports 100,000 jobs while producing numerous products we all rely on every day - and the raw products industries as diverse as specialty guitar makers and paper towel plants cannot survive without. And yet, there are those who seek to shut the industry down, based largely on misinformation campaigns. On our show we speak with a broad rang ...
 
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It's deadline day for British Columbians to have their say on the province's new sick leave policy. We hear from the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses and an economist with the Centre for the Future of Work about what the program could mean for businesses and workers. In our 2nd half, CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe joins us to disc…
 
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:05 - Introduction By Ricky J And Jeff Chadha From The British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 14 01:48 - Ricky J asks Jeff Chadha Where To Invest In The Fraser Valley ? 19:33 - Jeff Chadha Talks About His New Buyers Guide Book And New Magazine Coming Out Soon ! You can get a copy of this book absolutely FREE. Why am I giving…
 
In this show, with guest host Kathryn Marlow: Matthew Parsons and the curious life of Danish composer Rued Langgaard; Victoria author Sara Desai on her romantic comedies, set in desi culture; Andy MacKinnon on his new book “Mushrooms of British Columbia”; baker Haley Landa makes cornbread muffins; and Daniel Heath Justice explores the cultural sign…
 
The pandemic has exposed many of the inequalities and economic hang-ups that were easier to ignore pre-COVID. But it has also opened the door to change the way we live and the way our economy functions. While we’ve seen the rapid adoption of remote working, employment opportunities for many women have dropped significantly amid the pandemic. So whe…
 
Kendra Johnston, president and CEO of the Association of Mineral Exploration (AME), discusses the resumption of its annual Roundup conference and how the resource industries have contended with the pandemic. She is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this week’s show ForestWorks’ speaks with Conrad Browne, Teal Jones’ director of Indigenous Partnership and Strategic Relations. Conrad brings us an important perspective on the year of protests on southern Vancouver Island – the company, the logging, the First Nations, and the misinformation. Teal Jones is a value-added manufacturer that employ…
 
Expa is the brainchild of Canadian Uber co-founder Garrett Camp. It’s in the business of building startups in cities such as Vancouver. One of the B.C. companies to emerge, cybersecurity firm Cmd, was acquired by Elastic over the summer. So what does it take for a startup studio to build success here in the city? Expa general partner Milun Tesovic …
 
Dr. Mark Britnell, KPMG vice-chair and an international authority on health care spending, believes there are more effective and efficient ways to finance and sustain the health care sector. He is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
B.C. announced it's moving to lift restrictions on indoor events and gatherings, including sporting events, weddings and concerts, but not some activities like dancing. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Brian Conway is here to answer questions. In the 2nd half, B.C. is in "dire need" of more veterinarians, and the the College of Veterinarians of B.…
 
This episode of EDI on BIV examines steps companies can and are taking to change their recruitment processes. Michael Dha, managing director of Strive Recruitment, discusses trends related to recruitment, and how employers can consider equity, diversity and inclusion when hiring. Barinder Bhullar, principal of Mainland Strategies, joins BIV executi…
 
An Angus Reid survey found that half of Canadian kids aged 12 to 17 witness bullying or exclusion of their peers due to race or ethnicity. In our 2nd half, we talk about remote work as we slowly move towards reopening and what it could mean for your career.
 
Semiconductors have been thrust into the public consciousness this year like never before amid ongoing global shortages. B.C. firms, meanwhile, have been making significant advances in the development of these microchips critical to electronic components. Vancouver-based Epic Semiconductors was recently accepted into Canada’s only semiconductor-foc…
 
We get reaction to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visiting the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Nation in Kamloops; and in our 2nd half, we discuss consumer culture and reasons to limit your shopping with JB Mackinnon, the author of "The Day the World Stops Shopping."
 
In this edition of ForestWorks host, Stewart Muir sits down with veteran Registered Professional Forester Murray Wilson to speak about the role historical forest management is playing in worsening forest fire seasons and the changes that could help. In recent years BC’s forest fires have pushed more carbon into the atmosphere than all other sources…
 
The Mayor of Smithers reacts to the new COVID-19 restrictions announced for B.C.’s Northern Health authority; two travel agents breakdown what new travel rules mean for Canadians looking to fly south of the border; and in our 2nd half, Brian Minter shares how you can prepare your garden for the coming winter months.…
 
About a dozen unicorns have emerged from B.C. in less than a year. The surge of startups reaching these US$1-billion valuations is unprecedented for the local tech ecosystem. While IPOs and exits have been responsible for many of these valuations, startups have also been going south of the border to seek investors willing to put up big-time capital…
 
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:05 - Introduction By Ricky J And Jeff Chadha From The British Columbia Real Estate Podcast Episode 13 01:29 - Ricky J and Jeff Chadha Go Over 7 things you NEED to know BEFORE you move to SURREY BC 04:32 - We Have A Camera Problem :( But The Audio Still Works :) 16:14 - Ricky J and Jeff Chadha Talk About Crime In Surrey BC And Sur…
 
Fully vaccinated Canadians will be allowed to enter the United States at border crossings for non-essential in early November. We discuss what travellers should know ahead of the opening with U.S. immigration lawyer, Len Saunders. In our 2nd half, we talk about the power of forests and trees in B.C. with Suzanne Simard, the UBC Professor mentioned …
 
Retail-Insider.com’s Craig Patterson join BIV Today to check in on the retail landscape in Canada. He and host Tyler Orton touch on everything from rapidly rising food costs to Lululemon’s forays into the home fitness market. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Di Business In Vancouver
 
ForestWorks spoke with Nanaimo Mayor Leonard Krog about forestry’s role in his community, and the controversy surrounding this industry on Vancouver Island. Mayor Krog has been steeped in these issues for decades, both as a provincial MLA and now mayor of what really is a forestry community. Even if that’s perhaps not widely recognized by all – we’…
 
CUPE BC President Karen Ranalletta responds to talk of vaccine mandates for school staff; Leah Nord with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce breaks down the huge jobs gains Canada made in September; and in our 2nd half, we ask what listeners are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
 
Vancouver-based Netcoins Inc. is officially the first crypto-trading platform registered in B.C. following a recent nod from regulators. Company president Mitchell Demeter joins BIV Today to break down what it means to be regulated within a space often considered to be a Wild West of sorts. Tyler Orton hosts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
The independent B.C. COVID-19 Modelling Group released its latest report, showing cases have stabilized in the province, but cases in unvaccinated children are growing rapidly. In our 2nd half, Vancouver City Council has voted to overturn a parking permit program that aimed to tackle climate change by getting cars off the road.…
 
Covering everything from animation to visual effects; from video games to virtual reality, B.C.’s creative technologies is one of the most dynamic components of the provincial economy. A new report from the Information and Communications Technology Council and industry association DigiBC sets about benchmarking where the sector stands at the moment…
 
Isobel Mackenzie, the B.C. Seniors Advocate, released her report reviewing COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care and assisted living facilities, showing a contrast between cases in health-authority operated homes and those that are for-profit. In our 2nd half, we'll hear from an employment lawyer to answer your questions about mandating employees to…
 
Emmie Fukuchi, the executive vice-president and digital and marking officer of Co-operators financial foundation firm, discusses a new survey that reveals how Canadians have developed their financial planning habits and how the pandemic has affected them. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A new proposal going before Vancouver City Council would implement surcharges for high-emission vehicles and require residents to pay to park on the street. It's drawn both praise and criticism. Andy Yan, director of the City Program at SFU, and UBC political scientist Kathryn Harrison join us for that conversation. In our 2nd half, we hear from an…
 
The life sciences sector is booming, but how do firms protect their ideas and innovations? Our expert panel provides advice for businesses aiming to shield intellectual property. Brian Kingwell of the Gowling WLG law firm’s life science and intellectual property group and Wendy Hurlburt, president and CEO of LifeSciencesBC, discuss the challenges w…
 
As we continue dealing with the fourth wave of COVID-19, we ask you about any personal struggles with COVID-19. In our second half, we discuss the latest scandal with social media giant Facebook and its alleged failure to tackle hate and misinformation on its platforms.
 
The Metro Vancouver Regional District unveiled the new face of its economic development organization this week. Invest Vancouver is seeking to draw global investors to the region, fine-tune local economic policies and ensure competitiveness in the era of an innovation-first economy. Jacquie Griffiths, executive vice-president of Invest Vancouver, j…
 
In this week's episode of ForestWorks host Stewart Muir speaks with Carl Sweet, director of the BC Forestry Alliance and a forestry equipment salesperson in Campbell River. They discuss the swelling voice of grassroots forestry workers, including those in the supporting indirect jobs like his. Guest: Carl Sweet Host: Stewart Muir Premier John Horga…
 
The Trade Accelerator Program (TAP) has in four years built up the export markets for British Columbia businesses. Austin Nairn, the executive director of the World Trade Centre Vancouver, oversees the program and discusses its growth and plans with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
Pierre Cléroux, chief economist at the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), discusses a BDC report today that chronicles the labour shortage in Canada, the challenges for the economy, and the strategies for businesses to adapt. He is in discussion with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
COVID-19 misinformation is widespread and hard to dispel. University of Alberta professor, and prominent speaker on misinformation, Timothy Caulfield joins us to discuss how to confront it. In our 2nd half, tomorrow is Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, recognizing the legacy of residential schools in Canada.. We'll hear from…
 
Demand for take-out has reached new heights during the pandemic. The trend has heightened pressure on the waste produced through packaging. Gone are the days of dining in, and relying on plates and cutlery that could be washed and reused. So how are businesses coping? Jason Hawkins is the co-founder of Vancouver-based startup Reusables.com. He join…
 
Starting today, the province of B.C. will no longer accept paper cards as proof of vaccination, only QR codes. We'll hear from two experts on that. In our 2nd half, B.C. is expected to make an announcement regarding mental health and wellness support for residential school survivors, their families and communities. We get reaction from Regional Chi…
 
Between the explosion of US$1-billion unicorns across B.C. and major global firms announcing expansion plans for the province, demand for tech talent has reached levels never seen before. Ilya Brotzky, CEO of tech recruitment firm VanHack, joins BIV Today to discuss how local firms are competing with the giants, the impacts of remote working and wh…
 
ForestWorks delves below the rhetoric to get to the real facts of this important industry through conversation with people who really know their stuff. In this episode host Stewart Muir speaks to Nicola Dickson, a consulting Registered Professional Forester currently practicing in the Nanaimo area, with experience in both the coastal and interior f…
 
CBC reporter Jason Proctor breaks down the latest developments in the U.S. extradition case against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou; in our 2nd half, we hear from listeners about their favorite B.C. waterways in the run up to World Rivers Day.
 
The B.C. government is bringing back COVID-19 exposure alerts at schools - but how do parents feel about that? In our 2nd half, we hear from About Face, the group behind a powerful new video campaign to better understand people living with facial differences.
 
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