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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.

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    • Деловые новости

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.

    The Best of The Simi Sara Show - VPD new carding policy / 5,000 litres of B.C. wine down the drain: Okanagan man loses grievance to be rehired by winery / & More...

    The Best of The Simi Sara Show - VPD new carding policy / 5,000 litres of B.C. wine down the drain: Okanagan man loses grievance to be rehired by winery / & More...

    CHAPTER 1

    🔥🔥 Hot question of the day 🔥🔥

    It’s @Jillreports’ 🔥 question of the day: 49 Carlton Cards locations and 17 Papyrus outlets in Canada are closing their doors as the companies shut down. Do you still take the time to buy and send handwritten cards and letters? 
    Yes, more meaning
    No, email is king
    Other

     

    CHAPTER 2

    VPD new carding policy

    The Vancouver Police Department (VPD) formalized a new policy around “street checks,” better known as “carding.” Street checks refer to voluntary interactions with police that go beyond a casual conversation, and may include a request for identifying information. The new policy overtly bans stopping someone based on identity factors such as race, sex, age or homelessness, and requires police to tell people being checked that their interaction is voluntary and that the subject can leave at any time.

    Guest: Kyla Lee

    Lawyer, Acumen Law

     

    CHAPTER 3

    Metro Vancouver Radio Producer applauds VPD carding policy

    A Metro Vancouver Radio Producer who was carded as he was walking out of Skytrain station applauds the new VPD Policy

    Guest: Kiran Singh

    Harjinder Thind Show’s producer on RedFM, Vancouver Resident

     

    CHAPTER 4

    How do Canadians View Moral issues?

    A new ResearchCo poll looks at how Canadians feel about certain moral issues in Canada:

    Guest: Mario Canseco   

    ResearchCo President

     

    CHAPTER 5

    Motion to divest Vancouver from fossil fuels

    Vancouver Councillor Adriane Carr put forward a motion at council yesterday that aims to divest Vancouver from fossil fuels, and it passed unanimously

    Guest: Adriane Carr       

    Vancouver Councillor

     

    CHAPTER 6

    ResourceWorks CEO says motion will not actually make a difference

    ResourceWorks CEO Stewart Muir calls Adriane’s motion a “publicity stunt” and “it won’t actually accomplish anything to fight climate change” 

    Guest: Stewart Muir

    ResourceWorks CEO

     

    CHAPTER 7

    5,000 litres of B.C. wine down the drain: Okanagan man loses grievance to be rehired by winery

    An Okanagan man who was dismissed from a local winery when more than 5,000 litres of wine went down a floor drain won’t be getting his job back. The incident happened at Mission Hill Winery on Nov. 19, 2018, according to documents, with the total loss of wine amounting to 5,680 litres of sauvignon blanc.

    Guest: Lior Samfiru

    Employment lawyer, partner at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP

     

    CHAPTER 8

    Animals should be included in BC’s emergency legislation

    The BC SPCA will be meeting with the BC Government tomorrow to discuss the inclusion of animals in BC’s emergency legislation 

    Guest: Marcie Moriarty 

    Chief Prevention and Enforcement Officer with the BC SPCA

    • 1 ч. 11 мин.
    Simi’s loser and winner of the day

    Simi’s loser and winner of the day

    Loser
    Barry Lee Jones from Kannapolis, North Carolina
    A high school wrestling match turned ugly when Barry Lee Jones rushed and tackled a Southeast Guilford High School student wrestler during the match.
    Winner
    A sweet pitbull named Eddie and the Pasco Police Department in Washington State 
    Eddie was rescued after spending 30 days wandering the streets, and now he is getting the title of a Pasco Police Canine.

    • 3 мин.
    Almond milk is killing the bees

    Almond milk is killing the bees

    CNKW contributor Claire Allen loves all animals, so she was shocked to learn that one of her morning habits is taking a huge toll on a vulnerable insect population. Listen to this report from Claire Allen.

    • 7 мин.
    Animals should be included in BC’s emergency legislation

    Animals should be included in BC’s emergency legislation

    The BC SPCA will be meeting with the BC Government tomorrow to discuss the inclusion of animals in BC’s emergency legislation 

     

    Guest: Marcie Moriarty 

    Chief Prevention and Enforcement Officer with the BC SPCA

    • 9 мин.
    5,000 litres of B.C. wine down the drain: Okanagan man loses grievance to be rehired by winery

    5,000 litres of B.C. wine down the drain: Okanagan man loses grievance to be rehired by winery

    An Okanagan man who was dismissed from a local winery when more than 5,000 litres of wine went down a floor drain won’t be getting his job back. The incident happened at Mission Hill Winery on Nov. 19, 2018, according to documents, with the total loss of wine amounting to 5,680 litres of sauvignon blanc.

     

    Guest: Lior Samfiru

    Employment lawyer, partner at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP

    • 9 мин.
    ResourceWorks CEO says motion will not actually make a difference

    ResourceWorks CEO says motion will not actually make a difference

    ResourceWorks CEO Stewart Muir calls Adriane’s motion a “publicity stunt” and “it won’t actually accomplish anything to fight climate change” 

     

    Guest: Stewart Muir

    ResourceWorks CEO

    • 7 мин.

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