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Show Notes

October 22, 2014

ON LOCATION

  • Drew took the BT Live Eye to the Assiniboine Park Zoo to see how they are gearing up for their Spooktacular Halloween Weekend.
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  • The polls are open, and voting is underway in Winnipeg’s Civic Election, in what promises to be a tight race for the mayor’s chair. BT’s Brent Harder joined us live from the polls at the Notre Dame Recreation Centre in St. Boniface. For more information on where you can vote visit http://www.winnipeg.ca/Election/ENG/default.asp

IN STUDIO

  • Bartley Kives of the Winnipeg Free Press was here to discuss what you should consider before casting your vote for Winnipeg’s next mayor.
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  • From October 22- 25th The Winnipeg Health Region is offering free flu shots at locations across the city. They joined us to discuss this year’s outlook and who should be getting their shot.
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  • Andrea Howick of Parents Canada was here to show off the best new baby and toddler products to help expecting and new parents.
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  • People living with diabetes have to watch their diet, blood sugar levels and insulin doses, but they also need to pay close attention to their skin. Carole Ann Maloney from BD Medical was here with more on the subject.
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October 21, 2014

 ON LOCATION

 IN STUDIO

  • Let’s Talk Science was here with cool Halloween experiments. Get in on the fun at their Spooky Science Family Night this Friday at the University of Manitoba.
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  • The Winnipeg Police Service in partnership with the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and Portage Place Shopping Centre is hosting a Safety Expo at Portage Place Shopping Centre on October 24. Sgt. Ben Haegeman and Hockey Winnipeg were here with a preview of the event.
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  • Small Things‘ runs until November 2 on PTE‘s Mainstage. Actors Barbara Gordon and Ellen Peterson were here with a preview of the show.
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  • In advance of the Country Music Awards, airing on City Nov. 5, Florida Georgia Line joined us live from Toronto to discuss being nominated for Vocal Duo of the Year.
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  • Recently named one of the top 20 beauty insiders in the country by the Huffington Post, Beauty Expert Jill Dunn joined us with seasonal hair and skin tips.
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  • Winnipeg has been in election mode for months now and tomorrow it’s time to vote and decide who will lead our city. City’s Natalie Geddes asked the candidates about taxes.
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October 20, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • British Columbia member of parliament and leader of the Green Party Elizabeth May joined us this morning with a look at her new book- “Who we are:  Reflections on my life and Canada.”
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  • We mark Massage Therapy Week in Canada with a look at three common conditions and how massage therapy can help.
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  • Manitoba Pork was here to whip up an Easy Shepherd’s Pie!
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October 17, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • We previewed the JDRF Ride for Diabetes Research fundraiser happening on Friday, November 7th at the downtown YMCA/YWCA. Teams of five take turns pedalling a stationary bike for 40 minutes over the lunch hour to raise funds and awareness for type 1 Diabetes in children.
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  • The Grand Slam of Curling will bring 30 of the best curling teams in the world together and it kicks off with the masters later this month in Selkirk. Jennifer Jones, owner of 11 grand slam wins and 1 Olympic gold medal, was here with a preview of the event.
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  • Tonight, Lou Lou magazine brings their Lou Lou Shops event to Polo Park, meaning an evening full of great deals, shopping challenges, and prizes! Shopping Editor Liv Judd joined us with more.
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  • BT’s Brent Harder gave us a look back at the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ five worst weather games in this week’s Bomber Top 5.
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  • Former Blue Bombers Obby Khan and Kelly Butler joined us with a look ahead to tonight’s game and shared their thoughts on the Bombers season.
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  • Throughout the week we’ve been taking you through some of the most pressing issues facing our city, and bringing you the plan from each mayoral candidate . Yesterday we had a look how our next leader plans to make our city safer. Now we turn our attention to infrastructure.

October 16, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  • The Nest Family Centre was here to demonstrate a fun Halloween craft you can do with your little ones.
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  • In recognition of World Food Day we invited the WRHA on to show us their favorite healthy recipes perfect for autumn.
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  • We were joined by the Winnipeg Humane Society with tips for ease your pets into the colder month and what to do if your pet runs away.
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  • Singer-songwriter and guitar slinger Sam Weber was here to discuss his new record “Shadows in the Road” and to play a new song on the BT stage.
    Watch Here: Part 1 | Part 2

October 15, 2014

IN STUDIO

  • Dozens of seniors will be performing in nine concerts over the next two weeks for the third annual Manitoba Seniors Music Festival. Jenna Khan went out to learn more about Manitoba’s only music festival to feature the talents of seniors.
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  • In our monthly feature on the University of Winnipeg athletics we met with the men’s and women’s wrestling teams as they prepare for the upcoming “Wesmen Invitational”.
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  • October is Occupational Therapy month. Occupational Therapist Julie DeGroot was here with how occupational therapy can help people of all ages and abilities.
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  • Mountain Equipment Co-op was here to talk about how they can keep you looking stylish and feeling comfortable through the fall and winter season.
    Watch Here: Part 1 | Part 2
  • Bartley Kives from the Winnipeg Free Press was here with a look ahead to election day, one week from today.
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October 14, 2014

IN STUDIO

  • The St. Boniface Museum was here to talk about their show ‘Spirit of the Fiddle’ happening Oct. 16th. The event is an evening of entertainment and dancing featuring Andy De Jarlis’ violin.
  • It’s Love was here with a look ahead to their Luxury and Ethnic Bridal Showcase happening Sunday, October 26.
  • Sheila Stark-Perreault of the Manitoba Association of Home Economists was here with tips for making tasty Halloween treats and creative costumes.
  • The Manitoba Chiropractor’ Association was here with a look ahead to World Spine Day on October 16. We also got a demonstration of some of the exercises from their new ‘Straighten Up Canada‘ app designed to help improve your spinal health.
  • We previewed “Top to Bottom“, a fundraising initiative that sees doctors from a number of communities across Canada compete to raise money for colon cancer research.
  • Winnipeg’s Reel Pride Film Festival kicks off today, bringing six days of celebrating queer culture through film. Eric Plamondon from Reel Pride joined us this morning to discuss the event.

October 10, 2014

ON LOCATION

IN STUDIO

  •  Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour kicks off this weekend in London, Ontario. We caught up with Tara Sloan of BT Calgary and Olympic gold medallist Jennifer Botterill, about how the event is bringing the community together to celebrate all things hockey.
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  • Whether you have a traditional or non-traditional menu planned this Thanksgiving, Granny’s Poultry was here to help.  They showed off how to prepare a Thanksgiving turkey by using a slow-cooker and another recipe on the charcoal BBQ.
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  • In BT Health the Canadian Diabetes Association gave us a preview of their ‘Diabetes and You’ public education forum on self-motivation, screening and complications, exercise, nutrition and monitoring advice and ideas.
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  • From Winnipeg’s French Theatre Company to the Irish Festival, there’s plenty of things to do around our city this weekend. Jenna Khan previews those events as well as a documentary screening about Winnipeg Blues singer, Romi Mayes.
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