In our first hour , we check in again with Vancouver Chef Ned Bell, who is five weeks into his coast-to-coast cycling journey to support sustainable seafood. He’s made it all the way through Quebec this week and is in Ontario for the weekend.
Popular Vancouver brunch destination Café Medina is relocating this month. At 8:20am, Saturday Chef Jonathan Chovancek will be here to tell us more about the move. Plus he is making a Medina classic – Fricassée Champignon – but with a new twist.
Ornamental grasses are very popular with landscape architects for their structure and movement. In our final hour, our gardening experts Scott Pearce and Leanne Johnson explain the best ways to group them to maximize texture and contrast.
In Pop Goes the Week, we’ll tell you why you may need to wait at lot longer for the next season of ‘Big Bang Theory’. Plus, if you see a robot hitchhiking this long weekend don’t be alarmed. Pop Culture expert Dana Gee explains at 7:40am.
Travel Consultant Claire Newell is our Ask an Expert. She’s taking your questions at 8:40am and sharing her top five deals of the week.
In our final hour, we’re making some cool long weekend treats. Ron LaQuaglia from Glenburn Soda and Confectionary is back with two Sunday Sundae recipes. He’ll whip up a classic banana split and a butterscotch pretzel sundae.
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