The Morning Buzz on Spice Radio

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Mankiran, Natasha and Meriahza start your mornings with interviews to keep you entertained and informed

One Day's Pay campaign is back to encourage donations to various indigenous organizations and reflect
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Last Friday at 6:07 PM

Josh Hensman, founder of the campaign


Circuit for a cause an annual fundraiser that raises awareness on endometriosis
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Last Thursday at 5:51 PM

Mita Naidu, associate director of communications and public relations with B.C Women's Heath Foundation


Resource Works: Why the U.K's currency is getting pounded and Canadian leaderships role
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Last Thursday at 5:45 PM

Margareta Dovgal, managing director at Resource Works Society


5XFest: Desi Me Dating seasons 2 is out, a show that's changing the game
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Last Wednesday at 6:14 PM

Jessie Brar, writer with 5X Fest


Vancouver International Film Festival starts tomorrow get all the details
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Last Wednesday at 6:13 PM

Curtis Woloschuk, director of programming for Vancouver International Film Festival.


Jupiter was its brightest on Monday and what you need to know about stargazing
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Last Tuesday at 5:59 PM

Dr Joanna Woo astrophysicist at the department of Physics at SFU


Federal government will drop all COVID-19 measures at the borders this weekend, what this means for travellers and some tips
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Last Tuesday at 5:58 PM

Claire Newell travel expert and president of Travel Best Bets


Maan Farms presents Haunted for the Halloween season
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09/26/2022

Amir Maan, operations manager at Mann farms


Protest in Iran sparks after death of Mahsa Amini, an explanation on the situation and what's next
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09/26/2022

Pegah Ahani, reporter and activist


India selects their film for the Oscars and a piece called Oscars will never understand Bollywood
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09/23/2022

Ulka Anjaria, professor at Brandeis University and author of Understanding Bollywood.


The improv centre presents stage fright: murder at the improv starting Sept 30th
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09/23/2022

Jalen Saip, the improv centres artistic director


Sustainabiliteens march and block party for climate justice is tomorrow learn how you can take part
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09/23/2022

Amber Leung communications coordinator at Sustainabiliteens


Resource Works: The latest on the BC NDP leadership race and update on municipal elections
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09/23/2022

Margareta Dovgal, managing director at resource works society


Federal govt prepares to drop some COVID-19 restrictions, what impact will that have on business?
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09/21/2022

Anita Huberman, CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade


The impact of food insecurity on University students and what needs to be done to address the issue
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09/21/2022

Eshana Bhangu, AMS president


National Payroll Institute survey of working Canadians reveals financial wellbeing and trends
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09/20/2022

Steven Van Alstine Vice-President of Education at the National Payroll Institute


Zolo Canada survey shows pandemic buyers have no regrets
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09/20/2022

Jordann Kaye, finance writer and content marketing manager at Zolo Canada


Queen Elizabeth II legacy, funeral and the future of the monarchy
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09/19/2022

Sarika Bose, lecturer a royal expert and lecturer of Victorian literature at the University of British Columbia


Restaurants Canada report says menu prices at full service restaurants are set to increase
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09/16/2022

Ian Tostenson, President and CEO at the British Columbia restaurant and Foodservices association


Britannia Mine Museum celebrates arts of earth with copper & fire arts tomorrow 10am to 3pm
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09/16/2022

Elena Whitman, manager of guest services


UBC Apple Festival, a celebration of one of B.C's favourite fruit that is happening Oct 15-16
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09/15/2022

Pam Sinclair, a volunteer organizer


Resource Works Society: A new conservative leader, tech vs taxes and municipal election
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09/15/2022

Margareta Dovgal, managing director at Resource Works Society.


5XFest: The reaction to the passing of Queen Elizabeth II from racialized communities
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09/14/2022

Rumneek Johal, editor and writer at 5X Press


Back to school how to make sure you're recycling your items correctly
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09/13/2022

Cindy Coutts, president and CEO of Return-It


Pierre Poilievre is the new Conservative leader so what does this mean for the future of the party?
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09/13/2022

Bill Tieleman, communications and strategy consultant and former NDP advisor.


How parents can support their children in having healthy peer relationships and more
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09/12/2022

Dr Amori Mikami professor in the department of psychology at UBC.


Local powerlifter is working with the Canadian Red Cross to raise funds for Pakistan
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09/12/2022

Sumeet Sharma local powerlifter


A Night to Dream Gala raising funds for Ronald McDonald House
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09/09/2022

Richard Pass, CEO at Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon


Georgia Straight: Queen Elizabeth II legacy, Lisa Laflamme joins CityNews and Four Fires Festival
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09/09/2022

Charlie Smith, editor of the Georgia Straight


City-wide Garage sale is happening September 24 to 25
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09/08/2022

Caresse Selk, manager environment from the City of Coquitlam


5XFest: Punjabi singer Soni Pabla is being remembered through a new track She's the one
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09/07/2022

Jessie Brar writer with 5XFest


How parents can assist their kids this school year
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09/07/2022

Dr Marina Milner-Bolotin, a professor in the faculty of education at UBC.



Play To Perfection premiering at the Surrey Civic theatres from Sept 14 to 17
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09/06/2022

Renée Iaci, director of the play To Perfection


Red Cross on situation in Pakistan and our fundraiser
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09/06/2022

Chiran Livera, director of emergency response units international operations of Red Cross Canada.


How we can use mindfulness techniques as a tool to deal with pandemic-related back to school anxiety
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09/06/2022

Neha Shivhare program leader at UBC and teaches at SFU.


Georgia Straight: floods in Pakistan, B.C schools and events to check out this labour day
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09/06/2022

Charlie Smith, editor of the Georgia Straight


The situation in Pakistan and what role can Canada play
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09/01/2022

Dr Zafar Adeel, professor of professional practice, school of sustainable energy engineering at Simon Fraser University.


Resource Works: Floods in Pakistan, to cold winter in Europe and famine risk in parts of Africa
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09/01/2022

Margareta Dovgal, managing director at Resource Works Society.


5XFest: Netflix Rom-Com Wedding season is being hailed as a win for South Asian representation
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08/31/2022

Jeevan Sangha, editor at 5X Press.


Pet and Friends celebrates their 40th anniversary and learn about the benefits of pet therapy
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08/31/2022

Pina, partnership and development manager at Pets and Friends.