Becoming a hub city, Climate change summit & ICBC online?

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Published Jun 23, 2020, 4:07 PM

Chapter 1: BC seems to be on the short-list for NHL hub cities...some speculate it could be announced as early as today! 

Guest: Christian Aumell, CJOB Sports Show host

Chapter 2: A two-day summit kicks off today that aims to explore innovative climate change solutions designed for a post-COVID-19 world. Climate Solutions Innovation Series is hosted by the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, and Simon Fraser University’s Sustainability Office and Office of Community Engagement. The free webinars are open to the public and will feature engaging discussions with local experts and an opportunity for participants to pose their own questions to the speakers.

Guest: Dr. Zafar Adeel, Executive Director of the Pacific Water Research Centre

Chapter 3: What great new fall TV shows should you be looking out for? How has television production been affected by the pandemic? To tell us more, we’re joined now by Troy Reeb...

Guest: Troy Reeb, Executive Vice President Broadcast Networks at Corus Entertainment Inc

Chapter 4: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the provincial government stepped in to ensure our borders were safe guarded from the spread of the virus. But as of this weekend, those duties have been handed back to the feds.

Guest: Mike Farnworth, Public Safety Minister

Chapter 5:David Eby introduced not one, not two, but THREE bills yesterday which includes 

ICBC changes, Ombudsperson concerns re: public emergency declarations and Liquor changes.

Guest: David Eby, BC Attorney General

Chapter 6: For a long time, black culture has been exploited by white artists - in music, in fashion, and in dance. A group of local dance leaders in Vancouver recently got together to address how the dance scene here can better respect black culture. 

Guest: Nii “Prince” Engmann, educator and professional dancer

Chapter 7:  If you’re out enjoying nature this week, keep an eye open for the hundreds of local “citizen scientists” in Metro Vancouver who are hoping to find, identify, and document butterflies. The effort is supported by the David Suzuki Foundation and is a part of on-going plans that have led up to this week - National Pollinator Week. 

Guest: Winnie Hwo, project lead

Chapter 8: Should overdose deaths be noted daily like COVID deaths?

Guest: Karen Ward, drug policy advisory and advocate

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