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On The Coast
with Stephen Quinn

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Is Trinity Western's Community Covenant Discriminatory?

Students attending Trinity Western University are asked to sign the Community Covenant. By signing it, they commit to abstaining from sex that violates the sacredness of marriage between a man and a woman... and lawyers say it's discriminatory.
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Barb/What Makes Chardonnay Great

Wine Master Barb Philip looked at what makes Chardonnay such a special grape variety and how winemakers around the world mold the grape into great wines. And off course she left us with a quartet of wine picks for the varietal.

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Searchlight: Vote Now!

Searchlight: The Hunt for Canada's Best New ArtistCast your vote and send one musical act from your area on to the national finals! Give them a chance to win $20,000 in music gear and more! You can listen to last year's champions on CBC Music.

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Do Schools Have Enough Money?

Doug Player and Bill Bruneau debate whether there actually is a funding shortage in Vancouver Schools....and what schools should cut to free up more money for educational objectives. 

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The Heat Leaves Abbotsford

The City of Abbotsford will pay 5.5 million dollars to get out of a contract with AHL hockey team, the Abbotsford Heat. Stephen Quinn speaks with Bruce Banman, Mayor of Abbotsford.

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Anya/Restaurant Awards

Urban Foodie Anya Levykh ran through the Vancouver Magazine restaurant awards and she left us with a sure-fire winner of a dessert recipe.

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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau explains what he means by "Middle Class"

Federal Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau is in Vancouver, for a speech at the Vancouver Board of Trade, about the "middle class". But, according to his opponents, Trudeau doesn't know what the "middle class" is. Stephen Quinn asks for his definition.
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NDP MP Libby Davies gives her view on captive cetaceans, and the death of Jim Flaherty

Stephen Quinn speaks with MP Libby Davies, about growing calls for an end to whales and dolphins at the Vancouver Aquarium, as well as the unexpected death of former finance minister Jim Flaherty.

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Hiking on the North Shore

Fairweather hiking enthusiasts are dusting off their boots and gear right about now. The North Shore has lots of options for a walk in the forest. Norm Watt, author of the hiking guide Off the Beaten Path, gave us some ideas for where to go.
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Jim Hughson responds to Linden news

Veteran Hockey Night in Canada play-by-play man analyzes the Canucks big hire.

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