Drew took the BT Live Eye to Tandy Leather and showed us some neat gift ideas you can make that will last a life time.
About 300,000 Canadian children have food allergies and according to research, approximately one third of food-allergic children report that they have been bullied specifically because of their food allergies. Hannah Lank was here to talk about her experiences of being bullied and how children or parents can get help.
It’s Love‘s Zarah Tinholt joined us to talk about winter engagements.
The latest production from Prairie Theatre Exchange, Vigil, is the story of a self-centered bank employee who receives a letter from his sick aunt. He packs his bags to be at her side, only to find she’s getting better. Jenna sat down with the actors, Doreen Brownstone and Michael Spencer-Davis.
The holiday season can be a great, though sometimes stressful time. Cinden Pharmacy was here with tips and advice for dealing with holiday stress.
Nicola Loewen from Mad About Style joined us with trends and must-have items for winter.
Ontario rock and soul band, The Walkervilles, recently played a show in Winnipeg and dropped by the BT Stage to chat about their current tour. They also performed their song, ‘Sweet To Me Sexy’.
All of the galleries in the Canadian Museum for Human Rights are now open to the public. Drew Kozub visited the museum with the BT Live Eye to take you on a tour of some of the galleries to help you plan your visit.
Get your holiday gift shopping started early at The Signatures Craft Show and Sale this Thursday to Sunday at the RBC Convention Centre! We got a preview of some of the unique gift ideas you can find at the show.
Manitoba Mutts joined us for Your Pets with a look ahead to their Black Friday sale. Adoption fees for darker coloured dogs and animals that have been in a care for a long time will be reduced.
An optometrist from 20/20 EyeCare joined us with a look at your kid’s eye health and answered some common parent questions.
4Count is heading across Canada in support of their debut album and YTV series, Mission: 4Count. We caught up with them and asked about their album. They also took to the BT Stage with a special performance.
The Opening Doors Parents’ Career Expo aims to help parents gather important information to prepare their children for a career after high school, and Drew took the BT Live Eye to the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology with a preview of the event.
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!
The Manitoba Society of Pharmacists was here to talk about the importance of getting immunized and the growing role of pharmacists including being able to do injections. They also discussed other services pharmacists can assist with that people might not know about.
BT’s favourite Home Economist, Mairlyn Smith, joined us once again with a list of 10 local and healthy foods that you should stock your pantry with!
In this month’s Wesmen report, we feature the new Health and RecPlex.
Courtney chatted with Bachelor Canada’s newly engaged Tim and April.
Drew went out with the BT Live Eye to Double D’s Cheesecake and Coffee House and chatted with owner, Darlene Landino, about cheesecakes and her shop.
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority public health nutritionist, Susan Wehrle, joined us to talk food labels and how misleading they can be.
Showcase was here with their Top 10 gift trends for the holiday season.
The latest production from the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre is physically demanding and emotionally challenging. It has been receiving rave reviews from those who have seen it. One of the actors joined us to talk about the production.
Drew took the BT Live Eye across The Forks to Bayshore Gifts in Glass and learned the basics in glass making and showed us some of the custom pieces that could make the perfect gift for that special someone.
Along with prostate and testicular health, Movember raises money and awareness for men’s mental health. Dr. Jitender Sareen joined us with a look at some of the issues men face every day and when dealing with a cancer diagnosis.
Drew takes the BT Live Eye to St. Mary’s Nursery and talks with Carla Hrycyna about Holiday displays for your home.
Myrna Grahn with the Manitoba Association of Home Economists showed us how to make Gingerbread invitations and other festive crafts just in time for the holiday season.
Longtime host of fashion television, editor, journalist, speaker, and author, Jeanne Beker, is launching her brand new self-titled collection on The Shopping Channel this weekend.
Tom Restiaux from Future Shop stopped by with the latest gadgets to help get you through the long and cold winter months.
Drew takes us on a tour through the new United Health & RecPlex at the University of Winnipeg and chats with the athletic director, Doran Reid, about the facility.
Canadian Red Cross aid worker, Garth Tohms, was deployed to work in Sierra Leone at the Red Cross Ebola Treatment Centre. He talked to us about his experiences and why he says it was his mission to help.
Registered dietitian, Jessica Penner, gave us her three tips to help with a picky eater and a preview of what parents can learn at the upcoming workshop.
In this week’s your pets, we learn how you can have your pets pictures taken for the holidays season and also meet another animal looking for a forever home from the Winnipeg Humane Society. To register for either Santa Paws or for Hanukkah Pet Pics, check out Adam York Photography.
Jeff Palson, co-chair of Movember Winnipeg, was here to chat about the upcoming Movember Gala Parte.
Federal Lights stopped by the BT Stage ahead of their performance at the Movember Gala Parte.