Kitchener Today With Brian Bourke
Oct 30: Pay Equity, Minor Sports, and Peanut Bans Show Opening (0:56); When is enough, enough? Novice hockey game ends in 41-0 rout (2:23); Cambridge mom calls for end to nut bans in schools (22:24); Neighbourhood change before the LRT line opens (44:49); Closing federal pay gap still years away under new equity plan (1:06:23); Why do restaurants have a hard time keeping staff? (1:29:11); Tuesday Tech Spotlight: Kevin Forestell, CEO, Dozr (1:50:03) Oct 30, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 19: Canada Post, Gender Identity, and Graffiti Show Opening (0:56); CUPW rotating strikes arrive in Kitchener once again (2:36); PC policy resolution on gender identity in Ontario's sex-ed curriculum garners reaction in KW (20:44); F***up nights Waterloo (43:50); Conservative consultant Mills questions why senior-ranking, female Tories are staying mum on Clement's inappropriate sexual behaviour (1:05:00); 6 boys face gang sex assault charges in St. Michael's probe (1:28:43); Graffiti cleaner a New Hamburg hero (1:49:53) Today at 06:00 PM
Nov 16: Provincial Politics, and Santa Claus Show Opening (0:56); Karahalios' rough road to the PC presidency (3:03); Ford's move to axe child advocate office 'a nightmare,' children's rights lawyer says (21:36); Right Hand Man: How Phil Lind Steered the Genius of Ted Rogers, Canada's Foremost Entrepreneur (45:17); Graffiti cleaner a New Hamburg hero (56:14); Santa Claus has a busy parade season (1:06:14); Free Phones Friday (1:29:10) Nov 16, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 15: Patrick Brown, Cannabis Stores, and Snow Show Opening (0:56); Patrick Brown's explosive tell-all lashes out at Progressive Conservative 'enemies' (2:30); Ontario releases cannabis regulations for retail stores set to open April 1 (21:44); Smart Waterloo Region! (45:59); Gas prices could drop as low as 99 cents a litre on Thursday, expert says (1:06:33); Patrick Brown's explosive tell-all lashes out at Progressive Conservative 'enemies' (1:29:45); Ontario to target federal carbon tax, support pipeline construction, in fall fiscal update (1:39:07); What is the proper way to shovel snow? (1:50:46) Nov 15, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 14: Homelessness, Cannabis, and Politics Show Opening (0:56); Cannabis is legal, but debate continues: Vast majority would set minimum age for cannabis above 18 years (1:01); Ontario PCs to increase number of seats needed for official party status (21:59); Addressing the complexity of rough sleepers in KW (42:53) Note: Today was a shorter show due to Kitchener Rangers broadcast Nov 14, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 13: CNN Sues Trump, Dining Out, and The Olympics Show Opening (0:56); CNN sues Trump administration after White House bans reporter (3:34); Raw sewage overflowing into waterways at alarming rate: Ontario watchdog (21:37); 35% of Canadian meals are now consumed outside of the house (44:18); 11 Wildly-Worthy Meats for Your Holiday Feast (1:06:20); To bid or not to bid?: Calgarians will decide fate of city's Olympic ambitions (1:28:43); Tuesday Tech Spotlight: Brady Paron, Head of Community Development, Shopify (1:49:43) Nov 13, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 12: Snow, Concussions, and Toys Show Opening (0:56); Is your vehicle winter ready? (2:13); City of Kitchener hopes big fines and better enforcement will keep sidewalks clear this winter (43:54); Help a local child this Christmas through the 570 NEWS Secret Santa Toy Drive (1:05:53); NHL reaches non-class settlement in concussion lawsuit (1:27:35); Mastermind Toys Holiday Gift Guide (1:49:05) Nov 12, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 9: Waterloo Hotel Closing, Cannabis, and The KW Titans Show Opening (0:56); Waterloo Hotel to close this weekend (2:23); Online debate around horse-drawn carriages in UpTown Waterloo (21:15); KW Titans getting set for a new season (44:32); Fire and Flower Cannabis Shop (1:05:44); Free Phones Friday (1:29:43) Nov 09, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 8: Trump vs CNN, Thousand Oaks Shooting, and Heritage Buildings Show Opening (0:56); Gunman kills 12 in 'horrific' mass shooting at Thousand Oaks bar packed with college students (2:44); Terri-Lynne McClintic back in prison, Rodney Stafford says (23:11); Cambridge Homeless Information Night (44:47); Protect Kitchener's Sears building, heritage committee says (1:05:25); White House bans CNN reporter Jim Acosta after a confrontation with Trump (1:29:02); Love of Music Marathon in support of K-W Symphony (1:51:06) Nov 08, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 7: LRT Delays, Impaired Driving, and Stress Show Opening (0:56); LRT delayed until spring 2019 (2:32); Democrats secure 218 seats in midterms to win control of House (19:28); High school fight caught on camera - what is a school's cell phone policy? (42:56); Conservative MP Tony Clement resigns Commons duties over sexting scandal (1:03:34); New impaired driving laws could unintentionally criminalize sober drivers (1:26:25); International Stress Awareness Day (1:48:44) Nov 07, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 6: Remembrance Day, LRT Delay, and Animal Liberation Show Opening (0:56); PC MPP Jim Wilson resigned over sexual misconduct allegations: reports (2:15); Influenza season had most reported cases on record in Region of Waterloo (20:31); Victory 1918 - The Last 100 Days (44:07); LRT Update (1:05:19); Waterloo Christmas Horse Trolly Draws Online Ire from Animal Rights Community (1:28:38); Tech Spotlight: Beisan Zubi, Community Relations Manager, Communitech (1:51:05) Nov 06, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 5: Traffic Collisions, Homeless Shelters, and Daylight Saving Time Show Opening (0:56); Canada's 20 most dangerous places (3:29); Daylight Saving Time ends and pedestrians get hurt (20:30); Kitchener seeks ideas on the future of the east end of downtown (42:53); Kitchener home to five of worst six places for collisions: report (1:03:25); Cambridge council considers guidelines for overnight sheltering, Tuesday (0:26:37); How parents can help their babies adjust to the time change (1:49:02) Nov 05, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 2: Postal Strikes, Adrienne Clarkson, and Movember Show Opening (0:56); 800 Canada Post workers in Kitchener and Waterloo, walk off job, CUPW says (2:26); Former governor general Adrienne Clarkson still bills more than $100,000 a year in expenses (21:52); Daylight-saving time is a curse against humanity, and we should end it forever (44:36); Time to grow a Mo (1:06:28); Free Phones Friday (1:28:00) Nov 02, 2018, 06:00 PM
Nov 1: Carbon Pricing, US Mid-Term Election, and Minor Sports Show Opening (0:56); Minor Hockey Alliance to rethink rules after 41-0 blowout (2:38); Trudeau defends Statistics Canada move to collect banking info of 500,000 Canadians (20:15); Welfare reform is the Ford government's next big project (43:53); Democrats unify around healthcare as Republicans play on immigration fears. Who will win? (1:05:13); Rebate announcement tips opinion in favour of federal plan, slim majority now support it (1:28:10); Federal MP visits Laurier Conservatives today (1:49:48) Nov 01, 2018, 06:00 PM
Oct 31: Cannabis, Halloween Costumes, and Naturopathic Medicine Show Opening (0:56); Rabid dog saliva, epsom salt 'detox' baths, coffee enemas for cancer among the most bizarre naturopathic cures online (2:33); What is appropriate for Halloween celebrations in local schools? (21:29); Robohub opens in University of Waterloo engineering building (44:06); The in's and out's of volunteering in our community (1:04:17); Canadian organizations band together to fight for craft cannabis (1:28:37); Haunted House stories in Waterloo Region (1:49:43); Help The Animals With Sandra's Pumpkin Roundup! (1:57:08) Oct 31, 2018, 06:00 PM