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The Jon McComb Show

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Genuine, unpredictable, funny and always entertaining, the Jon McComb Show is the perfect mix of what you want to know and why. With full social integration Jon and the team will cover the news and events of the day and will be telling the stories th...Show More
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34:58 | Aug 27th

Chapter 1: Kyra is legally blind and was set to compete in a horseback riding competition with a guide horse.  Now the governing body is claiming safety as a concern and the reason she is no longer able to compete.  Why was this decision made all ...Show More

09:25 | Aug 27th

Justin Trudeau's on a spending spree and he’s spending your taxpayer dollars like a drunken sailor!  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

48:19 | Aug 26th

Chapter 1 Sonya Nadine Mae Sonya Nadine Mae Cywink was born in Little Current on Manitoulin Island on August 19, 1963. Her body (and that of her unborn child) was found at Southwold Earthworks, a 40-minute drive southwest of London, ON on Aug. ...Show More

10:04 | Aug 26th

The press release last week from BC’s Energy Minister seemed to herald more good news on the affordability front.

41:41 | Aug 23rd

Chapter 1: There is a lot of reaction after the Provincial government has stepped in and taken control of the  transition from RCMP to a Municipal Police force in Surrey. Guest: Linda Hepner - Former Mayor of Surrey Guest: Rob Gordon, Direct...Show More

10:20 | Aug 23rd

It was a big win for Doug McCallum but he should be careful what he wishes for.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

44:26 | Aug 22nd

Chapter 1: The terminals in BC at Westridge Marine and Kinder Morgan will continue the pipeline project despite the constant backlash and protesting. Guest: Keith Baldrey, Global Reporter Chapter 2: Niki Reitmayer brings the story of a wo...Show More

07:27 | Aug 22nd

Liberal MPs banded together at the federal ethics committee yesterday in Ottawa to vote down a Conservative/NDP motion to summon ethics commissioner Mario Dion and to appear and testify about the SNC-Lavalin scandal.  The Province newspaper's Michael...Show More

37:49 | Aug 21st

Chapter 1: BC Transplant has been in a world of bad publicity as another story has come forward about a patient being denied an organ. Chapter 2: With over 100 Oppenheimer Park residents given formal notice to vacate the tented city, how are...Show More

10:03 | Aug 21st

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

10:50 | Aug 21st

The lead up looked like a giveaway to the taxi industry, but when the new ride-hailing rules came out, it looked very different.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

31:05 | Aug 20th

Chapter 1: The Passenger Transportation Board have released the rules for companies wanting to operate their ride sharing service in BC and the Taxi companies are upset! Guest: Ian Tostenson, CEO of the BC Restaurant and Food Services Associati...Show More

10:04 | Aug 20th

The ride-hailing regulations have been revealed and the resulting fury from the taxi industry is palpable.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

24:02 | Aug 19th

Chapter 1: What kind of liability will Telus face after Telus email went down last week disrupting individual and business users? Guest: Christine Duhaime, Duhaime Law Chapter 2: With ‘Jihadi Jack’s British citizenship revoked, the onus n...Show More

10:49 | Aug 19th

Skytrain’s Canada Line turns 10 years old and has been a roaring success!  But let’s not forget about the controversy and fight to get it built. The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

09:58 | Aug 16th

There have been a handful of controversial voices on the airwaves over the course of CKNW’s 75th history. But one voice that continues to spark controversy in 2019 is Bruce Allen. Join Niki Reitmayer on a trip to Bruce’s office for a meeting with leg...Show More

09:54 | Aug 16th

Speaker Darryl Plecas’ chief of staff Alan Mullen is now back from a $13K cross US and Canada tour of legislature buildings.  Global’s Richard Zussman is here with his take on the day's headlines.

36:26 | Aug 14th

Chapter 1: In breaking news this morning, the Ethics Commissioner has found PM Justin Trudeau broke ethics rules in his handling of the SNC Lavalin affair. Guest: Democracy Watch co-founder Duff Conacher Chapter 2: With the school year st...Show More

05:45 | Aug 14th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

09:12 | Aug 14th

According to a new report, British Columbians are paying the highest insurance rates in the country.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

16:06 | Aug 13th

Chapter 1: All remaining departing flights in Hong Kong have been cancelled for a second day after a fresh wave of violence saw pro-democracy protesters once again clash with police. Guest: CBS Reporter Vicki Barker Chapter 2: Independent...Show More

10:59 | Aug 13th

British Columbia now has the "big two" ride hailing services saying they're willing to operate under the government's licensing rules.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

21:45 | Aug 12th

Chapter 1: A hearing will be held today in B.C. to decide whether an ISIS supporter who is attempting to claim refugee status in Canada, should be released by immigration authorities. Guest: Global News investigative reporter Stewart Bell Ch...Show More

10:44 | Aug 12th

Jimmy Pattinson’s takeover of Canfor is a huge move in a struggling BC forest industry.  Global News Legislative Bureau Chief Keith Baldrey is here with his take on the day's headlines.

22:06 | Aug 9th

Chapter 1: The story of a Canadian couple who is caught up in the middle of a dispute that involves the adoption of a 3 month old girl, and and argument between Canadian and Pakistani authorities. Guest: Global News reporter Megan Robinson C...Show More

06:48 | Aug 9th

One of the warning signs that the election season is just around the corner, is when politicians announce that “things are not news”.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

32:19 | Aug 8th

Chapter 1: One of Canada’s biggest man hunts is over with Manitoba RCMP revealing that two bodies were found near the shoreline of the Nelson River, near Gillam, believed to be the 2 murder suspects.  We get the latest out of Gillam Manitoba. G...Show More

10:30 | Aug 8th

Do you think that Translink executives deserve higher salaries?  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

38:08 | Aug 7th

Chapter 1: We get the latest on the manhunt as the RCMP says ‘items’ belonging to the runaway fugitives have been found along the banks of the Nelson River in Manitoba.  Are law enforcement officers closing in? Guest: Global News Reporter Joe S...Show More

11:27 | Aug 7th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

08:56 | Aug 7th

Is it time to cut back MLA’s pay cheques?  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

10:28 | Aug 6th

Victoria and Kamloops have seen major raids recently from B.C.’s pot police, dubbed the Untouchables in media coverage.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

29:20 | Aug 5th

Chapter 1: Some drug reps claim to be educators, some admit to being more like marketers. We tackle the question of whether drug reps are neutral enough to ‘educate’ doctors on what drugs their patients should be taking? Guest: Queen’s Universi...Show More

09:58 | Aug 5th

Once again, John Horgan’s plan to rescue caribou in the northeast is itself in need of a rescue.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

29:34 | Aug 2nd

Chapter 1: An inquiry into 8 killings in Ontario nursing homes has revealed systemic failures within the industry which allowed these crimes to be committed. Are the industry’s regulations and rules in BC strong enough to prevent a similar event h...Show More

11:29 | Aug 2nd

They’ve got three lawyers, a judge, an executive director, a website...and they are looking for participants.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

24:55 | Aug 2nd

We live in a world of growing obesity and bad health. Today, Sheila joins us to ask how you are ‘Building Your Future Self’. Guest: Sheila Hamilton

29:38 | Aug 1st

Chapter 1: A family of bears was killed after becoming habituated in a coquitlam neighbourhood.  There is backlash against the BC Conservation Service. What should be done to minimize situations where bears are killed by authorities? Guest: Les...Show More

10:53 | Aug 1st

The Education minister is weighing in on student transcript issues and says the problem is solved and is confident that students can now know their correct marks.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

41:48 | Jul 31st

Chapter 1: Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum is now seeking re-election in order to support his ongoing projects to completion.  Shouldn’t the Mayor get through his first year before planning too far ahead? Guest: Brenda Locke, Surrey City Councillor ...Show More

12:02 | Jul 31st

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

10:45 | Jul 31st

We live in a part of the world where we think we can take for granted the safety of our drinking water.  But auditor-general Carol Bellringer says we should not be so smug. The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headline...Show More

11:10 | Jul 30th

The government is rolling out 35 new speed cameras that will capture speeders at dangerous intersections and send them a ticket in the mail.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

36:28 | Jul 29th

Chapter 1: One of Canada’s most intense manhunts continues with the RCMP search shifting from the Gillam area to the community of York Landing where sightings have been confirmed.  We’ll get an update on the progress of the RCMP as well as look at...Show More

10:28 | Jul 29th

There is more evidence of the dubious financial management of public assets by the previous BC Liberal government.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

31:25 | Jul 26th

Chapter 1: We have co-chair of the Vancouver Pride Society Michelle Fortin, joining us to discuss their banning of two BC institutions from the Pride Parade this year.  Are they moving their agenda forward or turning the public against them? Gu...Show More

10:08 | Jul 26th

The Disaster Scenario in BC.  What are we prepared for and what will come as a surprise?  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

31:09 | Jul 25th

Chapter 1: As the manhunt for 2 BC teen continues we look at what could have been the motivation of the crimes allegedly committed by the duo, and discuss how the teens are alluding the police. Guest: Neil Boyd, Criminologist, professor, and au...Show More

09:45 | Jul 25th

Uber encouraging drivers to get their Class 4 driver's licence ahead of this fall's roll-out of ride-sharing in B.C.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

08:26 | Jul 25th

The latest update on the manhunt for the two teens suspected in the Northern BC murders. Guest: Crystal Goomansingh, Global News National Reporter

29:22 | Jul 24th

Chapter 1: The Vancouver Public Library has joined UBC in being forced to the sidelines of the Vancouver Pride Parade.  Is the Pride Society becoming to exclusive when they preach inclusion? Guest: Angelo Isidorou, Director of UBC Free Speech C...Show More

13:42 | Jul 24th

Anniversary Special: Part 1 This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowsk...Show More

11:48 | Jul 24th

There are mixed messages coming from the housing market.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

28:33 | Jul 23rd

Chapter 1: The BC RCMP are not ruling out a connection to a double murder and a missing persons case in Northern BC.  We get the latest update on the two cases. Chapter 2: With Boris Johson becoming the next Prime Minister of Britain, What d...Show More

24:30 | Jul 23rd

When their parents passed away, their six children stood to benefit from assets worth over $9-million dollars. However, Nahar and Nihal Litt willed 93% of that wealth to their two sons, leaving their four daughters with $1-hundred and 50-thousand dol...Show More

08:24 | Jul 23rd

Two years in and the government is still on a honeymoon with the public.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

33:06 | Jul 22nd

Chapter 1: Mayor Doug McCallum is planning to name the members of the new Police Transition Committee to move forward with his plan of gaining a municipal police force.  Who will be on it? Guest: Linda Annis, Surrey City Councillor Chapter 2...Show More

10:46 | Jul 22nd

For the second time,  The Horgan government has failed to persuade the Alberta superior court to issue an injunction against the province’s turn off the taps legislation.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines...Show More

32:57 | Jul 19th

Chapter 1: The federal government has finally agreed to a $900 million out of court settlement for victims of military sexual assault.  What is going to change going forward? Guest: Marie-Claude Gagnon, Founder oF the group It’s Just 700 - whic...Show More

09:32 | Jul 19th

Even with a big drop in the property transfer tax, elimination of tolls, the phase out of MSP premiums and an increase in spending on child care, housing and other social programs, The NDP government shows an impressive operating surplus.

30:57 | Jul 18th

Chapter 1: The exodus from Doug McCallum’s Safe Surrey Coalition continues as Jack Hundial has resigned.  Why did he leave the Mayor’s party? Guest: Former Safe Surrey Coalition Councillor Jack Hundial Guest: Safe Surrey Coalition-Turned-ind...Show More

11:05 | Jul 18th

There was no dramatic bombshell moment at the gas price inquiry.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

09:53 | Jul 18th

The exodus from Doug McCallum’s Safe Surrey Coalition continues as Jack Hundial has resigned.  Why did he leave the Mayor’s party? Guest: Former Safe Surrey Coalition councillor Jack Hundial

35:22 | Jul 17th

Chapter 1: New polling shows if the federal election were to be held tomorrow, 37% would vote Conservative.  What has the Liberal’s popularity plummeting. Guest: Sean Simpson, Vice President, IPSOS Chapter 2: Mayor Doug McCallum has scrap...Show More

10:33 | Jul 17th

It’s the start of the gas price inquiry where officials from four oil and gas companies are scheduled to give opening remarks and answer questions today.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

34:36 | Jul 16th

Chapter 1: Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch that saw the first man set foot on the moon. We take a look back to this significant moment in human history Guest: Peter King  - CBS News Correspondent Chapter 2: A Stat...Show More

10:46 | Jul 16th

A lot of focus on ride sharing legislation has been on the government's firm insistence that ride-hailing drivers obtain a commercial Class 4 driver's licence, the same as taxi drivers.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on...Show More

45:18 | Jul 15th

Chapter 1: The new Air Passenger Protection Regulations roll out giving Canadians more ways to seek compensation for travel disruptions.  But the regulations are not without their issues. Guest: Gabor Lukacs, Passenger Rights Activist Chapte...Show More

10:19 | Jul 15th

Things are already moving slowly before they even begin as the public hearings into Money Laundering in the province won’t get started until 2020.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

01:33 | Jul 15th

Jody Vance breaks down the mens & womens finals at Wimbledon over the weekend.

09:26 | Jul 12th

How many people were impacted by BC's controversial speculation and vacancy tax after the first year? And how much money did it pump into the NDP's coffers? Global News Legislative Bureau Chief Keith Baldrey breaks it down for us.

32:10 | Jul 11th

Chapter 1: The Money Laundering file continues as Global News has learned the RCMP opened a file on B.C. Liberal MP Joe Peschisolido after confidential police informants alleged the veteran politician had been knowingly associating with Chinese or...Show More

14:46 | Jul 11th

In Metro Vancouver, over 2K taxi vehicles are controlled by 28 taxi companies, operated by 106 directors. How much power does this small group have in holding back ride-sharing in BC? Guest: Transport Minister Clare Trevena

05:38 | Jul 11th

Next Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing! To explore the significance of that event a little bit differently than you may expect, our Niki Reitmayer invited Michael Unger - program coordinator at the HR MacMillian Space ...Show More

09:05 | Jul 11th

The premiers’ conference is usually a lot of talk about nothing but this year the talk will be the huge difference between BC and the other provinces on a critical issue: the carbon tax.  Global News Victoria Bureau Chief Keith Baldrey joins us to br...Show More

36:19 | Jul 10th

Chapter 1: Can a new Instagram feature going through trials, stamp out bullying behaviour? Guest: Andy Baryer, Tech expert and contributing author at Futurithmic.com Chapter 2: A man who shot to death a gangster pleaded guilty to the less...Show More

11:29 | Jul 10th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

10:17 | Jul 10th

BC Premier John Horgan is finding himself isolated against pro pipeline and conservative Premiers.  We break down the biggest stories out of Victoria with Global News Legislative reporter Richard Zussman.

29:58 | Jul 9th

Chapter 1: After battling through to win the 2019 World Cup, The American Women’s soccer team is onto the battle for equal pay. Guest: Global Toronto Reporter Mike Drolet Guest: Ellen Hyslop, Co founder of The Gist Chapter 2: The Green...Show More

16:01 | Jul 9th

UBC will not be allowed to take part in next month’s Gay Pride Parade after the University rented a lecture hall to a speaker the Vancouver Pride Society claims is trans-phobic and spouts “hate speech”.  Does the VPS have the right to say who’s right...Show More

09:52 | Jul 9th

The BC NDP is doing well.  The Federal NDP...Not so much.  Keith Baldry, Global BC’s chief political correspondent in Victoria is here with his take on the day's headlines.

49:06 | Jul 8th

Chapter 1: The BC government has responded to a report on hydraulic fracking, but no commitment to investigate the human health impacts of fracking was mentioned. Guest: The Narwhal reporter Sarah Cox Chapter 2: A Former RCMP Investigator...Show More

03:54 | Jul 8th

An interesting story about a woman in Australia named Natalie Giumelli who has decided to raffle off her home and pet resort business on a 110-acre property. It could be yours for just a $50 ticket. Niki Reitmayer spoke to her to find out why she wan...Show More

09:19 | Jul 8th

The BC Civil Liberties Association will hold a press conference this morning to discuss documents that will be released, regarding CSIS sharing information with enbridge about who was involved in protests against the pipeline.  Global News reporter R...Show More

15:32 | Jul 8th

Last week Sheila attended the IDEA conference in Anaheim, California and shares her top 5 takeaways from the sessions she attended. Guest: Sheila Hamilton from It's Time Fitness!

32:44 | Jul 5th

Chapter 1: Justin Trudeau has defended the way judges were appointed in New Brunswick, but some are calling foul after personal connections were discovered to a Liberal cabinet minister. Guest: Democracy Watch co-founder Duff Conacher Chapte...Show More

10:46 | Jul 5th

The Alberta Conservatives borrow a tool from John Horgan’s tool box.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

22:22 | Jul 4th

Chapter 1: A database that identifies corporations with fossil fuel connections has raised the ire of some who say the research is ‘comically incompetent and deliberately positioned to mislead’. Guest: Resource Works CEO Stewart Muir Chapter...Show More

10:09 | Jul 4th

An interesting development in Surrey as the city's largest Sikh and Hindu temples banded together to write a letter to Solicitor General Mike Farnworth demanding quick approval of Mayor Doug McCallum's plan to get rid of the RCMP.  The Province newsp...Show More

26:25 | Jul 3rd

Chapter 1: We talk about the implications of getting a divorce over the age of 55 as more and more baby boomers are deciding to split from their partners. Guest: Diana Isaac, family lawyer at Shulman Law Firm Chapter 2: There is resistanc...Show More

10:58 | Jul 3rd

“This is Making Cents of the Markets with Financial Advisor, John McLean from Pinkowski Wealth Management at Raymond James. As always if you have any questions you can contact their team at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca

10:24 | Jul 3rd

Some big retailers are refusing to share details on profit margins with the BCUC.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

32:39 | Jul 2nd

Chapter 1: A new study from Forum Research suggests, almost 90% of Canadians who took a citizenship test, would fail it.  Would You? Guest: Dr Lorne Bozinoff, President of Forum Research Chapter 2: 22 years after Hong Kong’s sovereignty w...Show More

10:43 | Jun 28th

Is the time coming where people will no longer stand for big companies like Facebook and Google finding loopholes to pay less tax?  How much money is being lost to tax loopholes? Guest: Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa Dr ...Show More

27:34 | Jun 27th

Chapter 1: Surrey Councillor Brenda Locke is leaving the Safe Surrey Coalition and will stand as an independent.  She explains why she feels she needs to break away from the Mayor’s banner. Guest: Brenda Locke, Surrey City Councillor Chapter...Show More

09:50 | Jun 27th

B.C. Premier John Horgan will meet face-to-face with Alberta counterpart Jason Kenney today for the first time at the Western Premiers Conference in Edmonton.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

35:29 | Jun 26th

Chapter 1: The Chinese embassy has asked Canada to stop exporting meat to China amid claims of forged veterinary certificates. Guest: Global News Chief Political Correspondent David Akin Chapter 2: Norman Barwin, a once-revered long-time ...Show More

12:33 | Jun 26th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

09:43 | Jun 26th

The Western Premiers will gather in Edmonton for an annual meeting.  John Horgan and Jason Kenney will sit face to face for an informal dinner and then a full day meeting.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headline...Show More

41:44 | Jun 25th

Chapter 1: There are new claims from Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West about just how close the UBCM is with China.  Evidence of a meeting was posted on the Consul General of China in Vancouver website, but has since been taken down.  What are the co...Show More

10:21 | Jun 25th

The B.C. Liberal caucus won’t have a discussion panel included in the UBCM program because they were told to pay to play.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

32:00 | Jun 24th

Chapter 1: A security expert has raised concerns that retailers such as Costco are illegally checking people’s bags. What’s the law around retailers and their right to search customers’ bags? Guest: Vancouver lawyer Kyla Lee Chapter 2: A ...Show More

10:34 | Jun 24th

It might be the most misleading press release of the month, although the month isn’t over yet.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

40:20 | Jun 21st

Chapter 1: A peer reviewed study from McGill University, funded by the federal government, suggests Airbnb likely contributed to the removal of 31,000 homes from Canada’s rental market last year.  Does this impact Canada’s housing market? Guest...Show More

10:23 | Jun 21st

The Caribou rescue plan is still in need of rescue.  John Horgan’s personal liaison, Blair Lekstrom, reports back that government consultations were screwed up so badly, he couldn’t fix the problem in the six weeks he was given.  The Vancouver Sun's ...Show More

32:03 | Jun 20th

Chapter 1: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Washington today where he’s expected to meet with President Donald Trump to discuss China and NAFTA. Guest: Global News Washington DC reporter/producer Reggie Cecchini Chapter 2: Conservative...Show More

10:14 | Jun 20th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

10:40 | Jun 20th

Federal Oceans Minister Jonathan Wilkinson was asked if he's worried whether this pipeline controversy will cost him his seat in North Vancouver.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

27:26 | Jun 19th

Chapter 1: A number of East Van artist spaces say they’re being ‘renovicted’ by Low Tide Properties, the company owned by Lululemon founder Chip Wilson. Guest: Rob Malowany, one of the Merge Collective Chapter 2: The big story is a decisi...Show More

10:47 | Jun 19th

Even before the PM had finished speaking, the press releases were out threatening continued opposition, protests and court battles.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

47:16 | Jun 18th

Chapter 1: A growing number of Canadians are victims of terror attacks on foreign soil and according to victims, their families and victim advocates, the Canadian government is ill prepared to help them. Guest: Global News Investigative Journal...Show More

09:37 | Jun 18th

Trudeau wants to have his cake and eat it too with the pipeline, telling Canadians we can have a pipeline and protect the environment as well.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

32:18 | Jun 17th

Chapter 1: The UK appointed a Minister of Loneliness last year. Is that something you think Canada needs? Guest: Ray Pennings, Executive Vice President, Cardus Chapter 2: The federal government will reveal more details on its plan to help...Show More

10:18 | Jun 17th

A big week for the Pipeline as a cabinet decision is expected Tuesday and expected to be yes.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

28:45 | Jun 14th

Chapter 1: Things went OFF in Toronto last night after the Raptors won the NBA Championship. Guest: Global Toronto reporter Priya Sam - outside Union Station Chapter 2: Canada’s Hong Kong born population has increased for the first time s...Show More

08:38 | Jun 14th

The Feds have pledged another $10 million to aid the RCMP in thwarting money laundering and criminal financing and to bring cases to trial.  But is this money pledge too little, too late?  And edible cannabis products could be available to Canadians ...Show More

10:47 | Jun 14th

On a Friday we tackle Ride sharing regulations & Victoria city council back tracking on Remembrance Day funding.  Global News Legislative Reporter Richard Zussman joins us from Victoria to break down today’s big stories.

44:32 | Jun 13th

Chapter 1: This morning in Vancouver, federal and provincial ministers will meet to discuss what measures can be taken to combat money laundering, not just in BC, but nationally.  David Eby gives us a preview of the meeting. Guest: Attorney Gen...Show More

10:56 | Jun 13th

A veterans group is cancelling a planned reunion in Victoria to protest the city asking Veterans Affairs Canada to pay for Remembrance Day.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

26:04 | Jun 12th

Chapter 1: Federal BC MP Joe Peschisolido is embroiled in allegations his law firm helped an accused Chinese drug lord launder money through a BC condo complex.  He joins the show to discuss this connection. Guest: Joe Peschisolido - MP Stevest...Show More

11:04 | Jun 12th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

26:34 | Jun 11th

Chapter 1: Justin Trudeau’s government has pledged to ban all single use plastics in Canada as early as 2021 as part of its zero plastic waste strategy.  Is this plan realistic? Guest: Dr. Tony Walker, Assistant Professor - School of Resource a...Show More

09:24 | Jun 11th

The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

33:03 | Jun 10th

Chapter 1: A proposal by Jack Hundial to create an ethics commissioner in Surrey is likely to be adopted by the city council.  Does this mean there is no oversight at city hall currently? Guest: Surrey City Councillor Jack Hundial Chapter 2:...Show More

36:45 | Jun 7th

Chapter 1: On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, Victoria Councillor Ben Isitt called for the military to be billed for events like Remembrance Day, suggesting Victoria seek federal money to pay for. Guest: Global News Legislative reporter Richard ...Show More

20:00 | Jun 6th

Chapter 1: This week marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day when Allied troops invaded Nazi occupied France.  BC Premier John Horgan has travelled to Juno Beach to give thanks to those 14,000 Canadians who landed in France that day. Guest: BC Prem...Show More

09:43 | Jun 6th

The Justin Trudeau cabinet is set to make a decision next week on whether to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project and start building. The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

23:24 | Jun 5th

Chapter 1: With questions remaining from the much-anticipated report into transitioning from RCMP to a municipal force in Surrey, Mayor Doug McCallum joins the show to clear up some issues. Guest: Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum Chapter 2: Thi...Show More

10:31 | Jun 5th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

10:13 | Jun 5th

BC Ferries learns the hard way the risks of buying in to the used ship market.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

30:15 | Jun 4th

Chapter 1: Doug McCallum finally released the report outlining the transition plan from RCMP to a city police force in Surrey but there are a few surprises and one is the price-tag. Chapter 2: Girl Guides across Canada are mobilizing for gen...Show More

09:47 | Jun 4th

Attorney General David Eby is "pissed off" at the suggestions that his money-laundering crackdown could hurt the B.C. economy.  The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is here with his take on the day's headlines.

44:03 | Jun 3rd

Chapter 1: Donald Trump touched down in London this morning, kicking off his first official state visit to the UK. Guest: Global News Europe Correspondent Redmond Shannon Chapter 2: A fresh study out examines whether varying the timing an...Show More

10:02 | Jun 3rd

Premier John Horgan has accepted the prime minister’s invitation to join a VIP delegation at D Day commemoration this week.  The Premier is a history major and military buff and has a personal connection too.

25:06 | May 31st

Chapter 1: Metro Vancouver is preparing to repatriate 69 containers of Canadian trash that’s been rotting in a port in Manilla for six years.   Guest: General Manager for Solid Waste Services, Metro Vancouver Paul Henderson Chapter 2: 10%...Show More

10:09 | May 31st

The Speaker is standing his ground and denies bullying staff and disparaging a report from the chief justice Beverley Mclachlin.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

09:31 | May 30th

This is Making Cents of the Markets with Senior Vice President & Sr. Portfolio Mgr at Raymond James Lori Pinkowski. As always if you have any questions you can contact her team directly at 604-915-LORI or visit pinkowski.ca.

51:48 | May 30th

Chapter 1: It’s the big day when the Toronto Raptors take on the Golden State Warriors for Game One of the NBA Finals. We get the vibe in Toronto from Global’s Alan Carter. Guest: Global News Toronto’s Alan Carter Chapter 2: Burnaby MLA J...Show More

10:40 | May 30th

Drama at the legislature as a "crisis meeting" saw Daryl Plecas trying to "safeguard data" on computers. Clerk Kate Ryan-Lloyd was in tears and the acting sergeant-at-arms Randy Ennis has suddenly resigned! The Province newspaper's Michael Smyth is h...Show More

36:22 | May 29th

Chapter 1: A Liberal bill which expands the scope of background checks for gun buyers has passed the Senate.  Does the Bill go too far or not far enough? Guest: Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety Chapter 2: The Alberta city of Medic...Show More

09:39 | May 29th

Premier John Horgan said Twinning the Massey tunnel is the way to go but he may have gotten ahead of his own transportation ministry when he said it.  The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.

14:00 | May 29th

In the final installment of this series by the Jon McComb show, we examine what changes need to be made to the justice system to ensure innocent people don’t slip through the cracks:

27:29 | May 28th

Chapter 1: An internal report has revealed Canadian Armed Forces members have been linked to six hate groups since 2013, damaging the image of the military. Guest: Global News Ottawa Bureau Chief Mercedes Stephenson Chapter 2: An incredib...Show More