BC: The Early Edition


BC: The Early Edition

CBC Radio One's The Early Edition podcast features the top story of the day. Expect to hear highlights from the show's news, health, civic affairs, cultural and community coverage.

Updated: Weekdays
Download episodes from this podcast for: 6 months
Visit Show Site: http://www.cbc.ca/earlyedition/

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TEE February 22, 2019

Marketplace, ICYMI: Angie Thomas, Delta officer stabbing update, Gwendolyn Brooks, Mandatory Vaccinations in New Brunswick, Oscar Campaigning, NEB ruling and minister Jonathan Wilkinson, Fountain Chapel, Cochrane on the latest in the SNC-Lavalin story, Mohawk Ironworkers Dance, and Car Break-and-Enters on the rise.

Download TEE February 22, 2019
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TEE February 21, 2019

Castor Semenya and Testosterone in Women Sports, Misleading Telecoms, Salmon Expedition, Why some Canadians won't listen to Vaccine Science, Michelle Buteau in Vancouver, Vancouver Dad on BC Budget, Mission Boxing Club, Student Loans Relief, Second Plecas Report and Angie Thomas in Vancouver.

Download TEE February 21, 2019
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TEE February 20, 2019

Codeine and Cough Syrup, Gerald Butts resignation, Edibles and Health, Air b'N'b follow, How to talk about Measles, Reconcile This, Carole James on B.C. budget, Metro Matters and Wildfires and the provincial budget.

Download TEE February 20, 2019
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TEE February 19, 2019

Opioid Poll, Akhtar on Olive Oil, ICYMI: Political Panel, Ottawa Report, B.C. Budget Look Ahead, First Nations Languages, Measles Outbreak, Oil Truck Convoy, Air b'N'b Update, Surrey Woman in Haiti, and Parental Guidance

Download TEE February 19, 2019
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TEE February 18, 2019

Happy Parents, Edibles Going Legal, Winter Weather, Go Public, Family Day Events, Kristina Chen, Political Panel, Pigeon Protest, Metro Matters and Arts Umbrella

Download TEE February 18, 2019
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February 15, 2019

Lab tests, airport delays, workplace column, soldier letter, US politics, acid spill, mosque day, film, battleground Burnaby, snow plow, Teon Gibbs, BC Hydro, co-parenting podcast

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February 14, 2019

French teachers, aboriginal women's basketball, tinder, climate, Sechelt sinkhole, chocolate, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Overwatch, Burnaby pipeline, Random Acts of Kindness, Valentine's Day, South of the Fraser, BC Hyrdo, snow etiquette

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February 13, 2019

Ethics Commissioner, Ad Guy, Wild William Wesley, seafood labels, measles, ice wine, throne speech, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Burnaby South, snow, Chrystia Freeland, snow roundup, Metro Matters

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February 12, 2019

Parents and coaches, hospice love, seal meat, missing snake, Andrew Wilkinson, Ottawa Report, Burnaby housing, throne speech, Schlesinger, White Rock, snow, David Eby, Still Standing, snow storm, Love Is

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February 11, 2019

Period emoji, yearbooks, rubber duck, 420, Burnaby, Go Public, Andrew Wilkinson, Political Panel, snow storm, Fred Lee

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TEE February 08, 2019

Rising Grandparents, Sanderson Grammys, Ahmed-Haq on Phone Bans, Telecom Hacks, Childcare in B.C., Eli Glasner, B.C. Hydro rates, Lunar Lights, Homeless Shelter, Valentine's Contest Winner, and Yumi Nagashima

Download TEE February 08, 2019
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TEE February 07, 2019

Perfectionist Kids, Osler on Adulting, Female Brewery Quesnel, Heart and Stroke, Hamish Telfors on Provincial Politics,No Brain Drain, Who was Gerald Cotten, Privacy Commissioner, Lunar Lites, Fraser Health Violations, Burnaby Defense, Valentines with Jake

Download TEE February 07, 2019
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TEE February 06, 2019

State of the Union,Third Pole Melting, Dr. Lin, Wildfire Smoke, Women and Brewing, Cryptocurrency Panel, Red Envelope Cake, Landlords on New West's renoviction rules, Sun and Buns, Metro Matters, and Railway Safety.

Download TEE February 06, 2019
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TEE Feb 05, 2019

ICYMI: Huawei and Chinese community, Akhtar on Chocolate Planting, Food Bank Numbers, Black Canadian Vote, Repair to Wear, Teen Health and Media, Bowen Island Weather Damage, New West Renovictions, Lunar Lights. Venzuelan Vancouverites, Death of a Cryptocurrency Executive and Parental Guidance

Download TEE Feb 05, 2019
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TEE February 04, 2019

Democratic Black Vote, Sanderson on Birdbox Stocks, ICYMI: Kindness Of Strangers, Lima Group, Go Public, Auditor General, Huawei and the Chinese Community, Coastal Lanterns, Political Panel, Frozen Fraser Valley and Fred Lee

Download TEE February 04, 2019
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TEE Feb 01, 2019

Groundhog Day, Marketplace, ICYMI: Pancho Villa, Black History Month and Movies, Immigration Sponsorship, Eli Glasner, Huawei in Depth, Hoobiyee, Wickfest Hockey, Kindness of Strangers, B.C Lions Head Coach at the Super Bowl

Download TEE Feb 01, 2019
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TEE January 31, 2019

Reducing Femicide, Osler on Rage Room, Venzuela Update, Sasa Petricic in China, Clash in Vancouver Debut 40th Anniversary, Byelection Results, First Responders and PTSD, Sheila Malcomson, Jason Proctor on Surrey Courts, Kindness of Strangers, and Pancho Villa Opera

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TEE January 30, 2019

China/U.S. trade relations, Chambers on Manhood Ads, Terfry on the Mommas and the Pappas, Teen Sleep Solutions, Dr. Lin, Crackdown, Huawei, Cocoa Sustainability, Nanaimo Byelection Day, Weather Gloating, Manthrope on China, Lummi Whales, Metro Matters and Fallen Crane.

Download TEE January 30, 2019
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TEE January 29, 2019

Global Food Security, Akhtar on Lentils, Achiever Fever, Ottawa Report, Early Blooms, Nanaimo byelection preview, Proctor in Surrey Part Two, China Relations, BC FIPA and Legislature Entitlement, Michelle Elliot in Nanaimo, Still Standing, Bruce McArthur Pleads Guilty and New West School Food

Download TEE January 29, 2019
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TEE January 28, 2019

Trump Two-Year Tension, Sanderson on Zambonis. Paywall Future, Jason Proctor on Surrey Courts, Go Public, West Vancouver Housing, McCallum Fallout, Political Panel, and Fred Lee

Download TEE January 28, 2019
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TEE January 25, 2019

Plastic Loop, Sanderson on Booze Guide,5 AM Club, Babies and Allergens, Prior Street, VSO 100, Eli Glasner, Ledge Reporter Panel, Huawei Extradition, Women in Gaming, Roger Stone Arrested, and Friday Live at the Pacific Agriculture Show

Download TEE January 25, 2019
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TEE January 24, 2019

Generation Workforce, Adaptive Skiing, Osler on January Challenges, First Partner, U.S. Check-In, Kindness of Strangers, Carolyn Bennett, Skytrain to UBC, Karin Larsen on B.C. Government Expenses, South of the Fraser, VPD sting, and People of the Inlet

Download TEE January 24, 2019
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TEE January 23, 2019

Canada-China Strategy, Terfry on Kenny Rogers, Food Guide Cooking, Dr. Lin, Food Guide and Poverty, Pregnant Women and Cannabis, Democracy Watch on Plecas Report, Chinatown Report, Nanaimo By-Election BC Liberals candidate Tony Harris, Metro Matters on Whistler housing and Chris Alexander responds to John McCallum's pro-China statements

Download TEE January 23, 2019
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TEE January 22, 2019

Internet price increase, Akhtar on MSG, Oscar Nominations, Candidate Nominations, Pacific Post Partum, Burnaby Mountain fire preparation, Nanaimo by-election Greens Candidate, Mary Polak on the Pleacs Report, Memorial Bench, Allen Mullen on the Plecas Report and Parental Guidance tackles drinking and parenting

Download TEE January 22, 2019
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TEE January 21, 2019

Exercise Snacking, Sanderson on Airplane Waste, Davos and Wealth Inequality, Police Podcast, Go Public, Sheila Malcomson, Political Panel, and Fred Lee

Download TEE January 21, 2019
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TEE January 18, 2019

Marketplace on DNA Kits, Sanderson on Sick at Work, Ahmed-Haq on Crying at Work, Food Waste, Indigenous March, Jesus Sculpture, IIO Civilian Director, Eli Glasner, One Bullet, OD Technology, Maiden China, Skytrain Travel and Comfort

Download TEE January 18, 2019
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TEE January 17, 2019

EU Brexit reaction from the Continent, Phone Search, Concussion Culture, Rural Cabinet Minister, Indian Act Ruling, IIO, Preview of Suddenly Slaughter, Ethnicity and Politics, South of the Fraser, Kindness of Strangers, Injecting Opioid Treatments

Download TEE January 17, 2019
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TEE January 16, 2019

Canada-China History, Chambers on Betty White, Terfry on Sixto Rodriguez, Gillette Advertisement Reaction, Dr. Lin, Pipeline Poll, Nasal Spray, Chinese-Canadian Reaction to Growing Tensions, Reconcile This, Joy Luck Club 25th anniversary, and Bob Keating on Selkirk Caribou

Download TEE January 16, 2019
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TEE January 15, 2019

Brexit Endgame, Diverse Choir, Akhtar on Kitchen Technology, Volunteering Babies, Ottawa Report, Anesthesiologists, Mountain Views, More on the Wet'suwet'en Blockade, Breast Cancer Screening talkback, Ed Fast on Canadian Death Sentence in China, Still Standing, and Women in Theater

Download TEE January 15, 2019
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TEE January 14, 2019

Indigenous Government Relations, Emergency Vehicles, Sanderson on Bad Phone Sound, Dream Broker, One Bullet, Go Public, Surrey Crime Stats, Rats, Political Panel, Canadian man sentenced to death in China and Fred Lee

Download TEE January 14, 2019
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TEE Jan 10, 2019

R. Kelly Response, Stolen Books, Jason Osler on Dangerous Memes, Travel Advisory, History of Protests, Weed from Government, Trudeau in Kamloops, Legal Weed, Mary Polak on Pipeline Protest, Your thoughts on Amalgamation, South of the Fraser, Kindness of Strangers, Hexsa'am art exhibit

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Tee Jan 11, 2019

Marketplace, Ahmed-Haq on virtual healthcare, U.S. government shutdown, Squamish Boat Problem, Breast Cancer Screening, Eli Glasner, Future of Consultation, Surrey Search and Rescue, Ballroom Brawl, Casinos and Money Laundering report

Download Tee Jan 11, 2019
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When pipeline companies want to build on Indigenous lands, who do they consult? Hereditary or elected leaders?

As the world watches tensions unfold over a natural gas pipeline project in northern B.C., questions are emerging over who companies should consult when seeking approval for resource projects. But who is actually in charge? CBC reporter Angela Sterritt breaks it down.

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Reconcile This Reconciliation

Reconciliation has become a buzzword over the last few years, but it has also become the center of debate among Indigenous people. CBC's Reconcile This columnist Angela Sterritt spoke to Indigenous people across B.C. about what's missing from the conversation and the hope for 2019.

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It was a fascinating year in Indigenous politics

Trans Mountain pipeline decision, child welfare and language renaissance were just some of the major headlines in 2018

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December 06, 2018 - Podcast

Tzeproah Berman at COP24 and two young minds talk proportional representation.

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December 05, 2018 - Podcast

The Squamish First Nation is about to have a referendum, while Surrey's budget debate continues as Mayor Doug McCallum focuses cuts on community centres and arts programs, and finally Justin McElroy is in Ucluelet where debate rages on about what to do about chinook fisheries.

Download December 05, 2018 - Podcast
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December 04, 2018 - Podcast

The Early Edition's, story producer Rohit Joseph and intern Nathan Durec went to check it out a house of 100,000 lights. And we hear from former Surrey councillor Barinder Rasode about her city's decision to press pause on capital projects.

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December 03, 2018 - Podcast

We take a look at Cop24 and our political panel tries to make sense of the Massey Tunnel debate that's clogging up lower mainland politics.

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An early polar bear swim at Wreck Beach

CBC Reporter Angela Sterritt joins Danika Coulbourn for a cool dip at Wreck Beach. Click to hear the waves...

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November 29, 2018 - Podcast

Christmas Movies, Climate Change adaption and Michael Cohen's guilty plea.

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November 28, 2018 -- Podcast

Tech, climate and postal. Check out some of our top stories from the November 28th show.

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Reconcile This climate change

Carbon capture facility on Squamish Nation land could make the town of Squamish the first carbon neutral town in the world

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November 27, 2018 - Podcast

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says the federal government has trampled on the rights of workers by tabling back-to-work legislation for Canada Post employees. Stanley Park is about to come alive with light. The Bright Nights festival starts Thursday, along with the miniature Christmas train that has been thrilling children for years. A portion of the event's proceeds go towards the B.C. Firefighters Burn Fund. Ahead of the big opening, we sent out story producer Matt Humphrey to find out what goes into setting up the displays. Hassan Al Kontar finally made it to Canada. The Syrian refugee had been stapled to a Malaysian airport for eight months. But through the efforts of his new Canadian friends, Al Kontar has landed in Vancouver. Hear from Al Kontar and one of his sponsor's, Laurie Cooper.

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November 26, 2018 - Podcast

Is it a matter of how the legislature works or partisan politics? Hear our political panel about the fall-out at the legislature over the immediate suspension of the sergeant-at-arms and the clerk. Amy Robichaud, a BC Liberal, and a political consultant. Nicola Spurling, a former BC Green Party candidate and Lower Mainland Representative on the party's Provincial Council. And Moe Sihota,is a former BC NDP cabinet minister. --- Wally Oppal, former B.C. Attorney General and special adviser to Speaker of the House Darryl Plecas, responds to questions about the suspension of Sergeant-at-Arms Gary Lenz and clerk Craig James, and Plecas's attempt to have his friend and adviser Alan Mullen appointed as acting sergeant-at-arms. --- Story producer Vivian Luk visits Peak House, a recovery home for youth dealing with substance use.

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