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It's a challenge to enter a new field, jumpstart a career, or find a new passion. Join Brandon Matloff alongside business partner Suneel Garg, as he interviews experts in almost every field. Find motivation personally and professionally from mavens across fields from corporate law experts to prominent Instagram influencers. Whether you want to explore a new line of work or just want to learn, this is the podcast for you.
 
“I do what I do for the love of music, and also for the love of influencing others in a positive direction.” DJ Baby Yu spends his efforts creating beats and mixes that not only move, but motivate crowds, as well. Originating from Toronto, Canada and known worldwide, Baby Yu is continuing to move crowds in Los Angeles, California. Currently, he holds a residency at the Light Night Club, and Daylight Beach Club at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Baby Yu can be heard daily on the radio on V-103 ...
 
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22 people have been killed during a midday elementary school shooting in southern Texas. We talk about dealing with grief and what should be done in response. And in our 2nd half, we travel to Oak Bay where the district has voted to phase out gas powered leaf blowers. Do you want them banned in your community too?…
 
Canada Soccer has cancelled the controversial exhibition game against Iran. We're asking if you support the decision, and what role should politics play in sports. Next, Transport Canada has announced funding to improve safety in recreational boating. It says increased traffic has led to more boating-related incidents. How do you keep yourself safe…
 
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From mortgages and rent to gas and grocery items, the cost of seemingly everything continues to rise in B.C. We discuss how people are coping with the climbing cost of living. And in our 2nd half, what should the future of museums in B.C. look like? We hear from Museum and Exhibition Planning Consultant, Tim Willis.…
 
On World Family Doctor Day, we're talking about the family doctor shortage in B.C., where almost a million British Columbians are without a family physician. And in our second half, a surprise resignation from Premier Jason Kenney in Alberta. Political pundits from Calgary and Edmonton weigh in.
 
Canada's inflation rate has inched up yet again to a new 31-year high of 6.8 per cent. And groceries, in particular, have spiked by 10 per cent over this time last year. We'll talk to Julie Van Rosendaal about how to make your food and budget stretch. And in our second half, it's Family Caregiver Month in B.C. We'll hear about a University of Victo…
 
Six months ago today, floods ravaged parts of the Fraser Valley. Today, we're looking back on those events, and the short- and long-term impacts of climate change on B.C. producers. In our second half, it's the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia 2022. We're talking to Elizabeth Saewyc, Executive Director of the Stigma an…
 
Prices at the pump have surpassed $2.30 in parts of British Columbia, and Premier Horgan has suggested that some of us may want to rethink how much we use our cars. We'll talk to personal finance expert Kelley Keehn about how we can make our money work in a pinch; And in our second half, how much should we be tipping and when? We're joined by a pro…
 
Crypto markets are tumbling. Have you invested or would you invest in cryptocurrency? What's your experience or question? We're joined by CBC columnist and wealth manager Mark Ting to take your calls. Next, it's Asian Heritage Month so we're talking about Asian fusion food. And we're joined CBC's Kiran Singh for that discussion.…
 
Recent news of bullying and swarming incidents have parents on edge. What's your reaction? What steps need to be taken by schools, parents, or other authorities? Next, the B.C. Liberal Party is pushing for public funding to help pay for IVF treatments. We hear from a Liberal MLA, and hear about people's experience with infertility across the provin…
 
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We're talking road safety after a tragic incident led to the death of a 14-year-old girl in Burnaby last week. We talk to the mayor of Burnaby about what needs to be done to improve safety - and take your calls. Next, the six Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidates will meet tonight in the first official debate. What should the future of…
 
B.C. nurses are rallying at the B.C. legislature due to working conditions - and it also happens to be National Nurse week. Next - some economists are predicting a 10 per cent drop in housing prices next year. What would this mean for the market in this province?
 
G7 countries have pledged to ban or phase out Russian oil to support Ukraine. What do you think of this step, and what role should Canada play in world oil markets? Next, it's Food Allergy Awareness Week in North America. We're joined by an allergy expert to answer your questions.
 
1. Ella Mai ft. Chris Brown – Whatchamacallit (Baby Yu Remix) 2. Blxst – Every Good Girl 3. Jeremih - Don't Tell 'Em (Baby Yu Remix) 4. Snoh Aalegra – Woah (Esentrik Remix) 5. Justin Credible, Azjah & 1Take.Jay – Voodoo 6. Mind Motion, Too $hort, Stunnaman02 & Clayton William – Doin' It Well 7. Drake ft. Lil Baby – Girls Want Girls (Max Wallin Remi…
 
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As gas prices continue to hit new record highs, we breakdown what's behind the increase and where things are going with economist Vijay Muralidharan; and in our 2nd half, with Mother's Day weekend upon us, our gardening columnist Brian Minter offers insight on some floral gift ideas.
 
An Indigenous man and his granddaughter reach a settlement in their human rights complaint against BMO; ICBC changes course on billing cyclists for damages after a collision - but some advocates say more needs to be done; and in our 2nd half, we ask which songs you'd like to dedicate to your mother.
 
Health Minister Adrian Dix says progress is being made to complete surgeries postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We discuss the state of the health care system with Maria Hudspith. executive director for Pain B.C., and Dr. Lane Dielwart, President of BC Orthopedic Association; and in our 2nd half, with one in five nearing the age of retirement.…
 
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Long lineups at security screening in airports have led to hours-long waits, missed flights, and frustrated travelers. So what can be done about widespread labour shortages? We hear from Dr. Tricia Williams at Toronto Metropolitan University's Future Skills Centre; and in our 2nd half, with Canada's population is aging, we discuss what's needed imp…
 
B.C. has tabled anti-racism legislation that will give it the power to collect race-based data - but how will it help address inequities in the province? We hear from Parker Johnson, an organizational change consultant, and Patricia Barkaskas, a professor at Allard School of Law. And in our 2nd half, how are you caring for your pet as you head back…
 
It's official - CBC readers have voted Kimberley as B.C.'s best small town. So we're talking all things small town today. We'll hear from Kimberley residents and the Mayor of Ucluelet, the contest's runner up. And we're asking people across B.C. what their favourite small town is, and what's the best part of living in a small community.…
 
Vancouver City Council is holding a special meeting on public safety and crime tonight. Meanwhile, mayors in a number of B.C. cities say they're struggling with repeat offenders. We talk to author of "Overdose: Heartbreak and Hope in Canada's Opioid Crisis," Benjamin Perrin about it all. Next, the BMO Marathon returns for the 50th anniversary. We h…
 
The latest census data from Statistics Canada show the working age population in the country is older than ever. What does this mean for the workforce? And Canada is the first country to provide census data for transgender and non-binary people. Then, it's National Volunteer Week. What does volunteering mean to you? And what opportunities are in yo…
 
B.C. Premier John Horgan got into a heated discussion over the family doctor shortage during question period - we'll talk to a political columnist about it. And get more reaction from you on the crisis. Next, billionaire and Tesla mogul Elon Musk has bought Twitter. Do you use social media? How will this change the platform?…
 
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Almost a million people in B.C. are without a family doctor. The result is patients are without the care they need and doctors are facing burnout. Is the solution expanding what services we include in primary care or a complete overhaul of the system? Today we talk to an expert in family care, the B.C. Psychology Association, and BC Green Party lea…
 
Anti-logging protests briefly blocked rush-hour traffic on the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge on Thursday morning. We hear from an organizer behind the protests and councilor with the North Vancouver District; and in our 2nd half, should B.C. put an end to blind or non transparent bidding in real estate? We discuss with industry experts.…
 
Canada's inflation rate rose to 6.7 per cent in March, far more than economists were expecting. We discuss what it means for Canadians with Scott Hannah, the president and CEO and of the Credit Counselling Society; and in our 2nd half, as the drug poisoning crisis continues in B.C., we talk about the barriers to accessing mental health supports - a…
 
The province has announced new supports to help internationally-educated nurses get licensed faster in B.C. - but how much will it help address the nursing crunch? We hear from Clifford Belgica with the B.C. chapter of the Philippine Nurses Association, and Katrina Plamondon, an assistant professor of nursing at UBCO; and in our 2nd half, we discus…
 
Brandon Matloff interviews Yael Zinkow and Molly Hoffman as they share their story of having their baby. Join us as we shine a light on the LGBTQ couples' paths to parenthood. Follow us @iamgivingcollective on Instagram, and message us to let us know who else has a great story to share!By Brandon Matloff and Suneel Garg
 
It's a long weekend for many British Columbians, and as travel plans get underway, we'll hear from BC Ferries about recent sailing cancellations, and Dr. Adam Lund about how to keep your gatherings safe; in our second half, as many faiths celebrate holidays this month, we'll talk about how we can "keep the faith" during trying times.…
 
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The Bank of Canada has increased interest rates for the second time this year - and it's expected to go even higher. Their main target: tackling that record breaking inflation. But how will this affect everyday Canadians? What will this mean for homebuyers. In our first half out we're talking to an economist, and then we're joined by Personal Finan…
 
COVID-19 cases are on the rise in B.C. once again. Are we entering a sixth wave? And how does B.C. compare to other provinces like Ontario? Then, over 9,400 British Columbians have been lost to illicit drugs since 2016. B.C.'s Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe joins us, and we're asking what is needed in your community to help someone at risk.…
 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in B.C. today, and has announced investments in electric vehicle infrastructure. But his government has also approved a deepwater oil development off the Coast of Newfoundland. What do you think of their record on climate change? Next, it seems like scam calls and emails are endless these days. We ask an expert in f…
 
As of today, proof-of-vaccination is no longer required in British Columbia. We'll get reaction from Ian Tostenson of the B.C. Restaurant and Foodservices Association and Dr. Lyne Filiatrault of Protect Our Province B.C; and in our second half, Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden takes your questions.…
 
When it comes to today's federal budget, how with the Liberals tackle housing affordability? We'll talk to political scientist Stewart Prest and iPolitics reporter Kady O'Malley. And in our second half, cruise season is back...but how safe is it, amidst a third wave? An infectious diseases specialist and industry stakeholders weigh in.…
 
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B.C. will start offering fourth doses of COVID-19 vaccine to seniors and people who are immunocompromised later this spring - but many British Columbians are still yet to get their third dose. We explore the rollout plan with Dr. Brian Conway, the medical director at the Vancouver Infectious Disease Centre; and in our 2nd half, we discuss how to cu…
 
Cases of COVID-19 are on the rise in B.C. Are we heading into a sixth wave? What do we know so far about a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine? We're joined by a family physician and a COVID-19 modeler to answer your questions. And the latest IPCC report says we need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions now. What's needed to get more people out of th…
 
Climate scientists worked into the night on the latest climate assessment from the IPCC. The report says we're at a critical time but have options to halve emissions by 2030. But that requires urgent action. We're joined by a lead author of the report. And live music is back! We're asking what concerts you have been to recently. We're joined by B.C…
 
Pope Francis has apologized for the role of some members of the Roman Catholic Church in Canada's residential school system - but not for the church's role as a whole. We discuss what the apology means and the next steps should be on the path towards reconciliation.
 
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