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10/3: Canada Covered

Jan 30, 2019

We’re 100 days into Canada's grand legal pot experiment. And despite a lot of predictions ranging from government blunders to total chaos, is it really all that noticeable?

We’ll look at how Canada has fared with legalized cannabis, how the market has grown, what challenges there are to overcome and what the future...


Jan 24, 2019

Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, the man alleged to be the head of the Sinaloa drug cartel, is on trial in Brooklyn New York

He is accused of running an operation that smuggled tons of drugs into the U.S., as well as into Canada.

We look at what was being smuggled into Canada, how far into our country the drug operation...


Jan 22, 2019

Obviously the sales job offered by former B.C. realtor Howard Chong was solid, as he’s accused of 10 counts of fraud.

He presented himself as everything from a Chinese pop singer to a rep for a high-end investment firm, a private investigator claims. He’s also now on the lam.

Dave is joined by Vancouver Sun reporter...


Jan 15, 2019

A major pipeline project saw opposition swell last week, and no, it had nothing to do with Alberta oil.

A blockade against a natural gas pipeline from the Peace Country to Kitimat on the West Coast sparked arrests and rallies of support across the country.

We look at who is behind the blockade, what issues they have...


Jan 12, 2019

The trial of Gerald Stanley, and the arrest of Eddie Maurice brought the issue of rural crime to the forefront in 2018.

Amid the discussion last year, many residents in rural communities said they were worried about an increase in property crime, and an overtaxed RCMP that may not be able to respond to calls...