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Show Notes

April 17, 2014

ON LOCATION

  • Drew spent the morning at Morden’s of Winnipeg, one of the cities oldest chocolate making facilities. He showed us how they are preparing for the big Easter weekend and how they’re meeting the chocolate needs of the city.
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IN STUDIO

  • Around Easter time rabbits are commonly thought to make the perfect Easter gift, but are they the right pet for you? The Winnipeg Humane Society explained what should be considered before adopting a bunny of your own.
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  • Best-selling author Miriam Toews joined us to chat about her new novel, ‘All My Puny Sorrows‘.
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  • Jenna caught up with Seattle six-piece and Winnipeg Folk Festival favourite The Head and the Heart to discuss their first Canadian tour and their sophomore album “Let’s Be Still”.
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  • As a new parent, one of the toughest decisions is knowing when to introduce solid foods to your baby. WRHA Public Health Dietitian Kerri Casper shared tips for knowing when, what, and how to get started.
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  • Nest Family Centre joined us to discuss family first aid and how to react in the case of an emergency with your young ones.
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  • Many families with young children will be sure to tell you, they’re on watch this weekend, waiting for the Easter bunny and his trail of Easter eggs. But around Winnipeg his wild cousins are slow to start the spring season. Natalie Geddes went hunting for wabbits and has the story.
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April 16, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • Hundreds of Winnipeg educators have taken a mental health first aid course this year, in hopes of being able to better support youth when it comes to identifying triggers, crisis intervention, and overall health. The Canadian Mental Health Association was here to discuss mental first aid and why anyone working with youth should be signing up.
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  • Jeremy and Drew went head to head in a Sci-Fi trivia challenge to get ready for the upcoming Star Trek vs Star Wars event happening this weekend at Pylon Pop Culture in The Forks.
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  • Prince William, his wife Catherine, and their nine month old son Prince George are in the middle of a three week tour in Australia and New Zealand. Hello Canada’s Alison Eastwood joined us live from Toronto with more on the family’s first international trip.
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  • The 9th annual Father Daughter Ball, presented by 102.3 Clear FM, takes place at the Victoria Inn Hotel on April 30th in support of CancerCare MB. We received a preview of the fashion you’ll see at the event courtesy of Moores and David’s Bridal and we met 3 Disney princesses who will also be in attendance courtesy of Scheme a Dream.
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  • This long, cold winter has taken its toll on us and our yards. As the snow melts away, the sad state of lawns everywhere are left on display.  Frankie Flowers showed us there are steps you can take now to get the perfect lawn ready for summer.
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  • Drew caught up with the Winnipeg Wesmen as they prepare for their Summer Camp programs. Find registration details here.
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  • Cameras will now be allowed inside Manitoba Courtrooms to film judicial proceedings.. Natalie Geddes has more on what this means for Manitobans.
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April 15, 2014

ON LOCATION

  • Spring is officially here and warmer temps aren’t far behind. Drew visited the Home Depot this morning to learn a few tips that will prepare your home for the coming spring weather.
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IN STUDIO

  • Winnipeg child actor Lane Styles landed a role in the upcoming film ‘Heaven is for Real’. The film, shot in Winnipeg, hits theaters tomorrow, so we caught up with Lane to discuss her role in the movie and the life of a child actor.
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  • CancerCare Manitoba joined us with a preview of the upcoming Challenge for Life 20K, happening Saturday, June 7th at Assiniboine park.
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  • It’s tax time! Financial Advisor Rob Tetrault was here with tax advice for your investments and tax implications.
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  • With Easter just around the corner, it’s no surprise that egg decorating is on minds of Canadian families everywhere. Local Egg Farmers Kurt and Madisson Siemens were here to explain the importance of using fresh local eggs and to show off a few egg decorating techniques.
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  • One year ago two pressure-cooker bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. There were 35 Manitobans in that race and next week Boston will again hold its iconic race. Natalie Geddes has more on who will be returning to race again.
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April 14, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • The Heart and Stroke Foundation joined us with a preview of their second annual ‘I Love Shoes’ auction, taking place this Thursday at the Delta Hotel. The event is part of the Heart Truth Campaign, raising money and awareness for women’s heart health.
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  • Along with warmer temperatures, spring brings along a multitude of training ‘Boot Camps’, finding the right fit can make your head spin. Fukumoto Fitness explained how to find the right fitness Boot Camp for you.
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  • Ham is the star of Easter dinner, so we asked Susan Riese of Manitoba Pork to share some tips that will help you make the most of your holiday ham.
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  • The Winnipeg Goldeyes season opener is only 30 days away. They joined us with a look ahead of what fans can expect from the team this year.
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  • It’s the yellow envelope everyone hates to see tucked under the windshield wiper. We’re talking about parking tickets and the city issues millions of dollars in tickets every year, but the value of what goes unpaid can be surprising. Natalie Geddes gave the numbers.
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April 11, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

April 10, 2014

ON LOCATION

  • Ciao! Magazine’s Chocolate Fest is a month long event where various restaurants offer up their finest chocolate dishes for your enjoyment, and this weekend The Forks is getting in on the fun with a chocolate lovers dream. Fiona showed us how you can obtain your Chocolate Passport and how to get the most out of Chocolate Fest.
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IN STUDIO

  • The Dog Mentalist Ryan Kwasnica explained the four different stages of a canine’s life and how they come into play when adopting a dog of your own.
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  • Vancouver rockers Pigeon Park lit up the stage in Winnipeg during Junofest and we caught up with the band to discuss what it was like being at Canada’s biggest night in music and to hear on a song from their latest release, ‘Black Widow’.
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  • The snow is quickly melting and your kids will likely want to get out their bikes for that first spring ride. We invited The Wrench on to go through the steps for getting your bike in proper riding condition and tips for keeping the little ones safe on two wheels.
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  • Natalie gave us a closer look inside National Victims of Crime Awareness Week.
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April 9, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • The Canadian Mental Health Association joined us with tips for keeping the workplace healthy and positive and to talk about what resources are available to employers and employees to improve the working environment.
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  • Canadian comedic icon Kevin McDonald was here to discuss his week-long film festival that will be a part of the upcoming Winnipeg Comedy Festival.
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  • The Prairie Theatre Exchange is finishing off their 2013-14 season with the production of ‘Harvest’. We were joined by two of the play’s actors to learn more about the show.
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  • It’s National Volunteer Week, and tonight is like the Junos for those who freely donate their time as the 31st Volunteer Awards will be handed out at the Convention Center. But while the awards go to a select few, it is a reflection of Manitoba’s willingness to help out. City’s Natalie Geddes has more.
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April 8, 2014

ON LOCATION

  • Fiona spent the morning giving us a preview of the upcoming workshops for kids, families, and adults at the Assiniboine Park Conservancy. With classes ranging from chocolate making, vegetable garden planting for kids and Horticulture classes for adults there’s no shortage of fun things to do and learn.
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IN STUDIO

  • We invited Jennifer Sygo, author of ‘Unmasking Superfoods’, on to explain which foods really are ‘superfoods’.
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  • The 2014 Mid-Canada Power Sport Show, runs April 11 to 13 at the Red River Exhibition Park. They stopped by to chat about the charities involved in the show and brought along a small sample of the toys you’ll find be able to find at the show this weekend.
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  • It’s an “Egg”stravaganza! Professional Home Economist Sheila Stark-Perreault showed us fun and creative ways to keep the kids entertained over Easter.
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  • Local animal right group Free and Alive Dog Rescue has just returned from a trip all the way down to Arkansas to help save 22 dogs from the states puppy mills. City’s Natalie Geddes explains that the journey towards a safe and comfortable home isn’t over yet.
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