This is Vancouver’s bona fide culture and politics podcast.
Hosted by Mo Amir, parse through the relevant issues with the city’s most colourful personalities.
With its heart on its sleeve and caution thrown to the wind, this is a podcast that is provocative, informative, and sometimes emotional.
This is VANCOLOUR
#120 - Sophie Lui | 呂婉謀 (Global News BC)
Sophie Lui is one of Vancouver's most iconic broadcasters, with over twenty years of experience. She is the co-anchor of the Global BC News Hour since 2015.
She is also the co-founder, producer, and host of the travel program, “Get Lost”, which explores international destinations recently hit with war, natural disaster, or political strife and why it is safe - and beneficial - to travel to those places.
#119 - Dan Fumano (The Vancouver Sun / The Province)
Dan Fumano is a journalist for The Vancouver Sun and The Province newspapers, covering municipal affairs in Vancouver.
This episode accompanies Episode #118 with City of Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart.
#118 - Kennedy Stewart
Kennedy Stewart is the Mayor of Vancouver, as elected in October 2018.
#117 - Garth Mullins (Crackdown)
Garth Mullins is the host and executive producer of Crackdown, a podcast where drug users cover the war on drugs as war correspondents.
Garth is a harm-reduction activist, award-winning journalist, writer, broadcaster, and musician.
GYST with Megan Edwards (Fate & Destiny)
“Get Your Sh!t Together” with Megan Edwards and Mo Amir
Each episode, we offer you lessons that we learned the hard way, sometimes with a special guest.
Megan and Mo discuss fate and destiny, how their dating lives have flipped, and Mo’s magical odyssey with a Balinese healer coming to fruition over four years after the fact.
#116 - Laurel Collins (NDP)
Laurel Collins is the federal NDP Member of Parliament for the riding of Victoria, British Columbia as first elected in 2019.
She is the NDP Critic for the Environment and Climate Change, in addition to the NDP Deputy Caucus Chair.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Excellent insights and intrepid questions
I’ve quite enjoyed learning about different perspectives and issues within the city I was born and raised in. I’m hearing many from many angles, lenses and people I otherwise wouldn’t have known about, at least in in-depth and objective ways. Mo asks sincere and at times, perhaps uncomfortably direct questions, and persists without being obnoxious. A fine balance that he strikes naturally, conversationally.
Must Listen to Podcast
More than any other podcast this is the one you must listen to if you want to get an understanding of what exactly is happening in this province.
Referred here from my college course! Good speaker