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Show Notes

September 19, 2014

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IN STUDIO

September 18, 2014

IN STUDIO

  • Courtney chatted with Bachelor Tim Warmels from season 2 of The Bachelor Canada. Don’t miss the premiere tonight at 7:00 PM on City!
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  • The Canadian Museum For Human Rights will celebrate its grand opening with a free music event happening this weekend at The Forks. The museum joined forces with the Winnipeg Folk Festival to plan the festival and artistic director Chris Frayer joined us to discuss the event.
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  • Don Amero will hit the stage this weekend at RightsFest to celebrate the opening of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights. He stopped by this morning with a musical preview.
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  • This weekend the mystery of what’s inside The Canadian Museum for Human rights will start to reveal itself to the public. But today city’s Natalie Geddes takes a look at the making of what some are calling an architectural marvel.
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  • The Winnipeg Humane Society joined us with a lesson in pet first aid and they introduced us to an adorable adoptable looking for a new home.
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  • Occupational Therapist Julie Degroot shared her tips for helping your kids establish a morning routine and make weekdays easier on everyone.
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  • Starting tomorrow, aspiring writers, book lovers, and poetry fans will have their wishes come true as the Thin Air Writers Festival kicks off. Festival Director Charlene Diehl joined us with a preview.
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September 17, 2014

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September 16, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • Gail Asper was here to talk about the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights this weekend, what it means to her family–having come up with the idea for it with her father–and pursuing it for the last 14 years–and what it means for people around the world.
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  • It’s time to start thinking about schooling your back when it comes to backpack safety.  Dr. Sean Shapiro was here to speak with us about issues surrounding your kids’ backpacks and about how making small adjustments now can pay off with less back pain in the future.
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  • Chef Rob was here to share his soup recipe that will help you fight that pesky cold or flu.
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September 15, 2014

ON LOCATION

  • Open Farm Day happens Sunday September 21st and it’s your opportunity to tour through 40 working farms in the province. From cows, to Alpacas, to fish and more you can learn about the agriculture industry and Drew Kozub brought us a preview of the upcoming event at Purple Berry Orchard.
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IN STUDIO

September 11, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • Foodie/blogger Shel Zolkewich showed us different and creative ways to use your Farmer’s Market haul.
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  • This week you nominated the purr-fect Maxwell House Can Doer. So we dropped by Craig Street Cats to meet up with Lynne Scott; someone who is making a real difference in the lives of Winnipeg’s feral cat population.
  • Blogger/food expert/ and former BT host Pay Chen was here to share the food and fun of the moon festival.
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September 11, 2014

ON LOCATION

  • Drew took the BT Live Eye to Gohe, an Ethiopian restaurant in the West End. He showed us what their menu consists of and how they are preparing for Ethiopian New Years.
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IN STUDIO

  • D’arcy’s ARC joined us to discuss their upcoming Woof Walk fundraiser being held on Saturday Kildonan Park.
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  • Anishinaabe recording artist Leonard Sumner from the Little Saskatchewan First Nation was here to discuss being nominated for two Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards and to play a song on the BT stage off his latest release, “Rez Poetry”
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  • We were joined by www.doyouknowwhatyourkidsknow.ca to learn their top 5 tips for keeping your children safe online.
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  • It appears way too many drivers aren’t getting the message when it comes to slowing down and following the rules while driving in school zones. City’s Natalie Geddes reports on the latest assessment.
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September 10, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • Carla from St. Mary’s Nursery showed us what you can do with bulbs in your garden and how to make them last the winter.
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  • University of Manitoba’s Shine Day is September 10, where 150-200 student volunteers will be shining shoes at 20 Shine Sites across the city raising funds for Cystic Fibrosis research. Event organizers joined us with more information.
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  • We previewed the upcoming Imagine Run happening September 27 in Niverville to raise funds for Eden Health Care Services.
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  • Professional Home Economist Mairlyn Smith and her husband Scott have been together for 21 years, they are currently on a cross country road trip, so we asked their advice on relationships and going on long car rides with your significant other.
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