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1. Charlotte Laws interviewed on CKNW radio

  • Published: 2014-02-12T15:24:39+00:00
  • Duration: 360
  • By Charlotte Laws
Charlotte Laws interviewed on CKNW radio

Author Dr. Charlotte Laws is interviewed on CKNW radio in Canada. 980 radio. Dec 2013 - Jan 2014. She investigated the offending website, started an FBI investigation and helped pass laws that protect victims.


2. Foodists on CKNW August 1, 2010

  • Published: 2010-08-02T06:31:15+00:00
  • Duration: 849
  • By The Foodists
Foodists on CKNW August 1, 2010

www.Foodists.ca founders Mark Busse and Ben Garfinkel were guests on The World Today Weekend on CKNW with host Randall Mark on August 1st, 2010. This 15 minute interview covers what a "Foodist" is, the origins of the website, vegetarians, provenance, BBQ Bootcamp, grilling tips, spatchcocking vs. beer can chicken, what our last meals would be, sourcing quality local ingredients, butchering whole animals, educating kids about food, being adventurous with food, wasting time on Foodists.ca, and thoughts on owning a restaurant.


3. Pink Shirt Day

Pink Shirt Day

Client: CKNW Orphan's Fund Agency: Spring Directors: Steve Gordan / John Durrant Prod/. Co.: Lemonade Films


4. SNIPPET -1 (APRIL 13).mp4

SNIPPET -1 (APRIL 13).mp4

Increased economic activity through exports creates jobs and lots of them. That’s the message the president of Export Development Canada delivered at the Business Council of British Columbia and CKNW’s “Putting BC to Work” event. Benoit Daignault says despite the downturn in the energy sector, BC’s natural resource exports are still no. 1 and going strong. Hear what he has to say and more from panelist Byng Giraud, V.P. Woodfibre LNG - only on this week’s Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com.


5. MAUREEN McGRATH

MAUREEN McGRATH

To Contribute please go to www.gofundme.com/alsstinks Wow! Maureen McGrath of the Sunday Night Sex Show on CKNW has stood up for our family and the struggles that come with ALS. We are so humbled by the support we are receiving. Some days it feels like the sky is falling and the earth crumbling. But with friends like Maureen standing with us, our blessings are huge. Thank you Maureen. I can't tell you how much the support means to our family.


6. Paul Martin Be Quiet - Sexual Assaults on Women

  • Published: 2015-05-16T02:22:30+00:00
  • Duration: 280
  • By Right Edition
Paul Martin Be Quiet - Sexual Assaults on Women

Paul Martin, the former prime minister and guest speaker at Wednesday’s We Day youth rally in Winnipeg, has been busy building his non-profit Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative to fight what he calls the federal government’s “absolute discrimination” against Aboriginal students. Though the focus of We Day organizers' Free the Children is primarily helping impoverished kids overseas, largely by building schools in places like Kenya, Martin wants to remind us about those who need help in our own backyard. “I have spent a lot of time in Africa. In fact, I just got in from North Africa late last night,” he says. “I have been in Aboriginal communities in northern Canada that are far worse than anything I've seen in Africa. While we have a responsibility to the world, we also have a great responsibility at home.” Of course, the big difference between Africa and Canada is that African governments simply don’t have the resources to give their populations the education they deserve, while Canada does and simply chooses not to spend money on Aboriginal children, according to Martin. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2011/11/23/paul-martin-aboriginal-eduction_n_1109765.html Sexual Assaults Sexual Assault Statistics in Canada A Numerical Representation of the Truth Of every 100 incidents of sexual assault, only 6 are reported to the police 1 - 2% of "date rape" sexual assaults are reported to the police 1 in 4 North American women will be sexually assaulted during their lifetime 11% of women have physical injury resulting for sexual assault Only 2 - 4% of all sexual assaults reported are false reports 60% of sexual abuse/assault victims are under the age of 17 over 80% of sex crime victims are women 80% of sexual assault incidents occur in the home 17% of girls under 16 have experienced some form of incest 83% of disabled women will be sexual assaulted during their lifetime 15% of sexual assault victims are boys under 16 half of all sexual offenders are married or in long term relationships 57% of aboriginal women have been sexually abused 1/5th of all sexual assaults involve a weapon of some sort 80% of assailants are friends and family of the victim http://www.sexassault.ca/statistics.htm Elizabeth May Loses it Elizabeth May continues to do damage control after she made a controversial speech last weekend at the annual press gallery dinner in Ottawa. It’s mostly a light-hearted event. But the federal Green Party leader went on too long, and eventually used the F-word to insult the Harper cabinet over its treatment of former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr. May has apologized, saying she was tired and recovering from the flu. On Monday, she was asked on Global BC whether alcohol played a factor. “I don’t — well, that’s a question for me to answer because it’s very subjective. I had wine with dinner. That’s it. I didn’t have cocktails or drinks anywhere else. I had wine with dinner at the table. I was recovering from flu, so I was drinking as much water as possible because my throat hurt. But I don’t think it was a factor, but I definitely had wine with dinner. I’m not going to deny that.” http://www.cknw.com/2015/05/10/green-party-leader-elizabeth-may-apologizes-for-controversial-remarks/


7. Redress Now: Grannie and Grampa Need You!

  • Published: 2011-06-29T07:47:37+00:00
  • Duration: 336
  • By Sid Tan
Redress Now: Grannie and Grampa Need You!

The Soul of Chinatown and Spirit of the Mighty Lo Wah Kiu (old overseas Chinese) November 26, 2005 information line at closed redress conference at Chinese Cultural Centre and photo-op of then Prime Minister Paul Martin at SUCCESS. The seniors of head tax families and their supporters were magnificent. Todd Wong's Gung Haggis Fat Choy blog piece follows. More on inclusive redress for seniors affected by the Chinese head tax and exclusion legislation. More info at http://www.headtaxfamilies.ca Thanks to Karin Lee, Donna Lee and Jane Kokan for visuals and Sean Gunn and Ula Shine for the music. Edited by Sid Tan and previously broadcast on community television. From Todd Wong's Gung Haggis blog... It was great to see so many people out on Saturday. Lots of cameraderie despite not being able to speak English or Cantonese to everybody... but it didn't matter... there were lots of smiles. We tried our best to translate English and Cantonese for each other. We shared our stories and we helped each other out. Vancouver Sun took pictures. Epoch Times, Sing Tao and World Journal all showed up at the Chinese Cultural Centre courtyard. There were security guards at the CCC Multipurpose Hall who did not let our Coalition in the doors. the NCCC had invited many Chinese community organizations and their members from across Canada - but they did not invite our group or the CCNC which had registered over 4000 individual head tax payers and descendants. So we protested and we asked Minister of Multiculturalism Raymond Chan to come speak with us and answer our questions. Lots of onlookers came by and asked us questions. We explained the facts. They said they sympathized with us. We saw some of the conference goers peering out at us from behind the doors. We spontaneously decided to take it to the streets and marched up Pender St, across Main St, then down Keefer St. and back to the CCC Courtyard. All the while a Global TV cameraman filmed us and interviewed Sid Tan - event organizer. We decided to take a little break and get some buns and water for everybody. This is when the police arrived and started asking us what we were doing. Very calmly and politely we told them, as we continued updating our signs in anticipation of the Prime Minister's arrival. We changed some of the signs to read "Liberals Sold us out!" "PM Martin breaks his promises." In front of the SUCCESS front, I was interviewed by Toronto Star and CKNW 98 Radio. Sid was interviewed by many more... CBC television was there... The PM's security tried to move us back from the front entrance and off to the side -but we pretty well held our ground. More and more people showed up. People I never expected to see in a protest. People from many aspects of the community. Very respectable people. And we shared our signs, smiled and chanted some more. We moved to better line up along the street and make sure the PM saw our newly renovated signs when his limosine pulled up. Paul Martin arrived in Vancouver on Nov 26/2005 amidst protesters for the ACE program signing When Prime Minister Paul Martin did show up, there was a lion dance with drums banging loudly. PM Martin was quickly hustled into the SUCCESS building where he shook hands with boy scouts then went into the meeting to speak to the NCCC and the organizations they had gathered to highlight their ACE program for redress - which neither apologizes nor gives individual reparation. Outside we chant some more, sign up more names on the petition, exchange phone numbers. I grab the megaphone and thank everybody for coming. I announce that "We were interviewed by the Vancouver Sun, Toronto Star, Global TV, Ming Pao, Sing Tao, Fairchild and many more. We have demonstrated that we are a community. We have asked for apology and redress. And we have been heard! Congratulations everybody!"


8. Voice of BC - Pre-Election Special

  • Published: 2013-05-10T16:53:08+00:00
  • Duration: 3556
  • By Voice of BC
Voice of BC - Pre-Election Special

Thursday May 9th As the May 14th 2013 provincial election approaches the polls are showing a tightening of the race between the BC NDP and the BC LIberals. Most political observers still feel that Adrian Dix and the BC NDP will become the new government, however, it would appear that there will be a strong opposition in the legislature. The other unknown is how the BC Greens and the BC Conservatives will impact the final outcome. Global TV's Legislative Bureau Chief Keith Baldrey and CKNW's Legislative Bureau Chief Sean Leslie provide insight into some of the key races and key issues. They speak with Vancouver Sun columnist and host of Voice of BC Vaughn Palmer.


9. Bill Good and Richard Jaffray on CKNW

  • Published: 2010-07-19T20:23:44+00:00
  • Duration: 1072
  • By dane low
Bill Good and Richard Jaffray on CKNW

Richard Jaffray talks with Bill Good about being nominated for the best restroom in Canada, new locations a much more.


10. Voice of BC - The Two Seans

  • Published: 2011-11-11T04:31:46+00:00
  • Duration: 3555
  • By Voice of BC
Voice of BC - The Two Seans

Thursday November 10th 2011 While the House was in recess for a week Premier Clark was on a trade mission to China. The last few weeks have been challenging for the government and some political observers feel that the BC Liberals are showing signs of having been too long in power. The NDP and the BC Conservatives continue to rise in the polls at the expense of the Liberals. CKNW Bureau Chief Sean Leslie and political commentator Sean Holman provide their take on recent political news in the province. They speak with Global TV's Bureau Chief and guest host of Voice of BC Keith Baldrey.


11. HG 36 | April 13, 2015 | Exports Putting B.C. to Work

  • Published: 2015-09-16T16:42:34+00:00
  • Duration: 306
  • By Brent Stafford
HG 36 | April 13, 2015 | Exports Putting B.C. to Work

Increased economic activity through exports creates jobs and lots of them. That’s the message the president of Export Development Canada delivered at the Business Council of British Columbia and CKNW’s “Putting BC to Work” event. Benoit Daignault says despite the downturn in the energy sector, BC’s natural resource exports are still no. 1 and going strong. Hear what he has to say and more from panelist Byng Giraud, V.P. Woodfibre LNG - only on this week’s Higher Ground by ResourceWorks.com. Produced by Brent Stafford for ResourceWorks.com.


12. Leadership Is Not Procrastinating - Mosaic People Development

Leadership Is  Not Procrastinating - Mosaic People Development

How are YOU as a LEADER? Watch our video then take the assessment! Visit mosaicpd.com About Vanessa: Whether she is facilitating, training or delivering a keynote address, Vanessa’s spunk and tenacity inspire her clients to feel passionate about their work and lives. Vanessa has an impressive record of achievement as a certified coach working with executives and leaders at all levels. Over the past 18 years, as a talent management and performance consultant, Vanessa has worked with organizations such as Motorola, Torstar Digital, Blakes, GlaxoSmithKline, Research in Motion, Campbell’s Soup, and CIBC. Most recently she built, led and managed the organizational development and learning department at Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board. Vanessa also worked as a consultant at MICA Consulting Partners. She has a background in theatre arts, a master’s degree in human resource management and training from Leicester University and a bachelor of arts and education degree from McGill University. She is noted as an expert in her industry and has been published and quoted in The Globe and Mail and the National Post. She has also been featured on CKNW Radio and has been a guest lecturer in the MBA program at Ted Rogers School of Management.


13. CKNW Orphan's Fund | Pink Shirt Day 2015 | Case Study

  • Published: 2017-10-07T20:05:00+00:00
  • Duration: 123
  • By Felipe Mollica

14. CKNW Radio Interview with Simi Sara, April 1, 2016


15. Your Story - CKNW Marketing Brief

  • Published: 2011-06-24T17:01:16+00:00
  • Duration: 90
  • By B/A Video

16. Leadership Is Recognizing The Achievements Of Others - Mosaic People Development

Leadership Is Recognizing The Achievements Of Others - Mosaic People Development

How are YOU as a LEADER? Watch our video then take the assessment! Visit mosaicpd.com About Vanessa: Whether she is facilitating, training or delivering a keynote address, Vanessa’s spunk and tenacity inspire her clients to feel passionate about their work and lives. Vanessa has an impressive record of achievement as a certified coach working with executives and leaders at all levels. Over the past 18 years, as a talent management and performance consultant, Vanessa has worked with organizations such as Motorola, Torstar Digital, Blakes, GlaxoSmithKline, Research in Motion, Campbell’s Soup, and CIBC. Most recently she built, led and managed the organizational development and learning department at Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board. Vanessa also worked as a consultant at MICA Consulting Partners. She has a background in theatre arts, a master’s degree in human resource management and training from Leicester University and a bachelor of arts and education degree from McGill University. She is noted as an expert in her industry and has been published and quoted in The Globe and Mail and the National Post. She has also been featured on CKNW Radio and has been a guest lecturer in the MBA program at Ted Rogers School of Management.


17. HoF Calendar Launch 2015

HoF Calendar Launch 2015

The Hall of Flame Calendar official launch party celebrates the new calendar becoming available to the public and allows the community to meet the models and get their calendars personally signed, while enjoying a great night of music, appies and entertainment. This is the Vancouver Firefighters' Charities biggest fundraising initiative and has raised more than $1million since inception for various organizations throughout the Lower Mainland, including the BCPFFA Burn Fund, the CKNW Orphans Fund, and the Vancouver Firefighters Charitable Society itself.


18. Drive For Justice: Rafe Mair Begins His Campaign of Hate and Vilification

  • Published: 2012-07-21T05:18:00+00:00
  • Duration: 399
  • By RoadKill Radio
Drive For Justice: Rafe Mair Begins His Campaign of Hate and Vilification

Host Ron Gray describes how the happy and productive working relationship between Kari Simpson and Rafe Mair suddenly deteriorated into a relentless smear campaign by Mair that reverberates to this day.



20. Drive For Justice 21: Behind the Curtain

  • Published: 2012-11-09T19:38:35+00:00
  • Duration: 431
  • By RoadKill Radio
Drive For Justice 21: Behind the Curtain

Host Ron Gray continues taking us through the initial BC Supreme Court trial of Kari Simpson v. Rafe Mair et al in which Simpson accused Mair of defamation - and pulls back the curtain to reveal that the trial judge herself was on the defence side of her husband's own defamation case. This obvious conflict of interest should have resulted in the judge recusing herself, but listen to what shenanigans happened instead...