Drew took the BT Live Eye to Cineplex Odeon McGillivray to show you the traditional and VIP theatre experiences waiting for you this holiday season and goes behind the scenes to share some of the movie magic happening at the theatre.
Manitoba Liquor Mart was here with Christmas products and drink recipes to add some cheer to your holidays.
Jeremy headed to the Assiniboine Park Zoo to get a preview of the family fun waiting for you this weekend that includes a Santa scavenger hunt, free hot chocolate and free admission.
From the ladies who’ve brought you a series of best-selling cookbooks for the past 30 years now bring you their latest, Best of Bridge Holiday Classics! Mary Halpen was here to show us a few tasty holiday recipes from the holiday cookbook.
Cinden Pharmacy was here with advice on keeping your gut healthy.
Michael Geiger-Wolf is a two-time cancer survivor has created a 60,000 light holiday display, synchronized to music that can be tuned into from your car as a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society. Drew takes the BT Live Eye to his North Kildonan home.
Pet Valu Westwood joined us with gift ideas for your pets and pet lovers.
In Your Kids, we traveled across the city looking to the benefits of membership at local attractions aimed at families, including the YMCA, Manitoba Theatre for Young People, Manitoba Museum and the Children’s Museum.
Registered Dietitian, Rosemary Szabadka with the WRHA, showed us how to incorporate more veggies at our Christmas table that are not saturated in butter and sugar.
Local musicians, Keith and Renee, stopped by the BT Stage and performed an original holiday tune.
Holiday travel tips from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority to get you through the lines faster, plus amenities available at the airport to make your travel experience more comfortable.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet‘s annual holiday production of Nutcracker returns to the stage December 20th and as the company celebrates 75 years, BT’s Jenna Khan takes a look back at the history between the nutcracker prince and the RWB.
In BT Health, we visited St..Vital Shopping Centre with the executive director of Hospice and Palliative Care Manitoba, Judy Knight, to talk about the 22nd annual memory tree. Anyone in the community is invited to fill out a card in memory of a loved one that has died. We also talk about the free bereavement services provided.
Foodie and blogger, Shel Zolkwich, was here with the top Christmas gifts for Foodies. She’ll be here every Wednesday leading up to Christmas Eve plus don’t miss your chance to win her picks!
Reena Nerbas was here with tips and tricks for Christmas.
This month in the Wesmen report, we feature the men’s basketball team and the upcoming Wesmen classic.
Drew took the BT Live Eye to Siloam Mission to see how they’re getting ready for the holidays.
Jenna dropped by the Assiniboine Park Conservatory to find out more about the holiday display, on now until January 4.
Red River Mutual was here with Christmas tree and light tips to keep you and your family safe this holiday season.
Drew and the BT Live Eye take us on a tour of the FedEx Winnipeg Ship Centre to show us how they are able to ship things all over the world.
Mayor Brian Bowman dropped by to talk about his new job and how it’s changed his life.
According to the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, 12.3 per cent of Manitobans 65 and older live in poverty. We talk about the emotional, economic, social challenges of seniors over the holidays and learn ways we can help.
We’re celebrating the holidays with a maple glazed Manitoba rack of pork. Manitoba Pork will take us through the method of creating this delicious recipe worthy of any special occasion!
HIRT? is a new app designed to help people living with hemophilia. Kathy Mudler, a physiotherapist and co-developer on the app, stopped by to show us how the app works and how it will help.
Relationship expert, Jen Kirsch, joined us to talk about the do’s and don’ts of gifting for the most awkward relationships in your life and how Amazing Clubs Canada can make choosing those gifts easier.
With the holiday season upon us, Health Canada is reminding shoppers about the importance of toy safety. They were here with some tips to consider when stuffing the stockings this year.
Canada Border Services Agency was here to share some travel tips if you’re heading across the border over the holidays.
Justin Odwak is joining the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra holiday concerts this weekend. He dropped by to talk about the shows.
Mountain Equipment Co-op was here with way to help us embrace the winter weather and how to stay warm out in the cold.
In Your Pets, the Winnipeg Humane Society joined us to talk about how we can keep our pets safe around the holiday decorations inside the home.
The Nest Family Centre showed off some great gift ideas for the new or expecting parents on your list.
Chef Alex Svene from Smith Restaurant shared a delicious recipe for Christmas brunch.
Lacoste Garden Centre joined us to talk about decorating for the holidays using both artificial and natural products.
Toad Hall Toys shared some of their gift ideas for people who are looking for something classic and out of the ordinary.
The JP Hoe Hoe Hoe Holiday show hits the Burton Cumming’s Theatre later this month. We sat down with JP Hoe to hear about this year’s show.
Bartley Kives from the Winnipeg Free Press joined us with a look at some of the issues facing our city.
The Canadian Mental Health Association stopped by to talk about ways to stay motivated at work.
In Body and Balance, we looked at the latest tool in body composition assessment technology – The BOD POD. We’ll see how it works, and how it can help you achieve your fitness goals.
The Treble was here to talk about their upcoming 24 shows in 24 hours.
Foodie/blogger Shel Zolkwich was here with the top Christmas gifts for Foodies. She’ll be here every Wednesday leading up to Christmas Eve plus don’t miss your chance to win her picks!