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This is VANCOLOUR

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This is a podcast about Vancouver: our community, our culture, our quirks, and all the colours that combine to make our city of glass. Every episode is a conversation with an influencer (entrepreneur, artist, activist, community leader) who is creating something colourful in our vibrant city.

Latest Episodes

#66 - Manjot Bains & Tonye Aganaba

ETonye Aganaba is a singer, songwriter, musician, and multi-disciplinary artist whose new album “Something Comfortable” is a devotional endeavour inspired by their battle with multiple sclerosis. The album also serves as the score to “Afroscience”, an immersive performance and workshop series fusing live music, visual art, digital media, and story-telling to encourage a dialogue and action around identity, public health, and expression. Manjot Bains is a writer and creative entrepreneur who is the co-founder of ANARA, a sustainable home and apparel brand, and the co-founder of Jugni Style, a South Asian arts and culture magazine. She is the producer of the Nameless Collective Podcast. She was a former senior program advisor in the Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives program of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

62 MIN1 d ago
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#66 - Manjot Bains & Tonye Aganaba

#65 - Sara Bynoe (Teen Angst Night)

ESara Bynoe is an actor and writer based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. She is best known as the creator/host/producer of “Teen Angst Night”, the first-of-its-kind, alternative comedy show where brave adults have shared their embarrassing teenage poetry, diaries, songs, letters, and much more since 2000. The show garnered national attention, which also led to Sara performing at the Latitude Festival in the UK and the Bumbershoot Festival in the US. She is also the creator and producer of “Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing”.

52 MIN1 w ago
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#65 - Sara Bynoe (Teen Angst Night)

GYST with Megan Edwards (Guest: Fiona Forbes)

E“Get Your Sh!t Together” with Megan Edwards and Mo Amir featuring Fiona Forbes! Each episode, we offer you lessons that we learned the hard way, sometimes with a special guest. Fiona Forbes is a legendary and award-winning TV host and producer, content creator, storyteller, and media training coach based in Vancouver, British Columbia.

36 MIN1 w ago
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GYST with Megan Edwards (Guest: Fiona Forbes)

#64 - Tamara Taggart

ETamara Taggart is an award-winning Canadian broadcasting icon, community leader, and busy working mom. She has volunteered thousands of hours in the community, sat on the boards for several non-profit organizations, and advocated for the well-being of children and people with disabilities. She once co-hosted Live! With Regis and Kelly. She’s well-known for her time as a popular news anchor at CTV. In 2015, she was awarded British Columbia’s highest honour, The Order of British Columbia. She is married to 54-40/Matthew Good Band guitarist, Dave Genn, with whom she has three beautiful children.

81 MIN2 w ago
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#64 - Tamara Taggart

#63 - Jody Wilson-Raybould (Puglaas)

Jody Wilson-Raybould (also known by her Kwak’wala name, Puglaas) is the independent Member of Parliament for Vancouver-Granville. A lawyer by profession, she was a provincial Crown prosecutor in Vancouver. She was also the BC Regional Chief of the Assembly of First Nations and a two-term elected Councillor for the We Wai Kai Nation. In 2015, she became the first Indigenous Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada. She was named Canada’s “Newsmaker of the Year” by The Canadian Press.

48 MIN3 w ago
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#63 - Jody Wilson-Raybould (Puglaas)

#62 - Andrea Jin

EAndrea Jin is a stand-up comedian based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. She was a contestant on SiriusXM’s Top Comic Competition and she also appeared on Just For Laugh’s Northwest Festival, where she was featured on the Best of the West Compilation album, alongside fellow “This is VANCOLOUR”-alumni Sophie Buddle and Julie Kim. She is also the host and producer of the podcast, “I F****d Up with Andrea Jin”. Her debut comedy album is slated for a 2020 release.

80 MINJAN 15
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#62 - Andrea Jin

#61 - Tom Davidoff (UBC Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate)

ETom Davidoff is the Director for the University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estates at the Sauder School of Business. He obtained his BA in Social Studies from Harvard College, his MPA/URP from Princeton University, and his PhD in Economics and Urban Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is largely credited as the architect of British Columbia’s Speculation and Vacancy Tax.

75 MINJAN 8
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#61 - Tom Davidoff (UBC Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate)

#60 - Mayor Brad West (City of Port Coquitlam)

EBrad West is the Mayor of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. He returns to the podcast after his appearance on Episode 30.

120 MIN2019 DEC 16
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#60 - Mayor Brad West (City of Port Coquitlam)

#59 - Carrie Walder (Walder Wellness)

Carrie Walder, MS, RD of Walder Wellness is a Registered Dietitian (RD) in both Canada and the United States. Her popular Instagram account (@walderwellness) and website is dedicated to showing how simple ingredients used in creative ways can make healthy eating both accessible and delicious. She returns to the podcast after her first appearance on Episode #22.

49 MIN2019 DEC 11
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#59 - Carrie Walder (Walder Wellness)

#58 - Katie-Ellen Humphries

EKatie-Ellen Humphries is a nationally touring stand-up comedian, writer, and performer. She is a frequent contributor to CBC’s “The Debaters”. She has also graced the cover of The Georgia Straight as one of the creators of The Lady Show, a regular variety show in Vancouver performed by a troupe of comedic lady talents, which has also been featured in the Vancouver Fringe Festival. Her debut comedy album (tentatively titled “Lady Finger”) is set for a February 2020 release. Katie-Ellen Humphries was also featured on “The Fear of Vancouver” live show crossover between This is VANCOLOUR and The Fear of Science as part of the Vancouver Podcast Festival, which is now available on "This is VANCOLOUR."

54 MIN2019 DEC 4
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#58 - Katie-Ellen Humphries

Latest Episodes

#66 - Manjot Bains & Tonye Aganaba

ETonye Aganaba is a singer, songwriter, musician, and multi-disciplinary artist whose new album “Something Comfortable” is a devotional endeavour inspired by their battle with multiple sclerosis. The album also serves as the score to “Afroscience”, an immersive performance and workshop series fusing live music, visual art, digital media, and story-telling to encourage a dialogue and action around identity, public health, and expression. Manjot Bains is a writer and creative entrepreneur who is the co-founder of ANARA, a sustainable home and apparel brand, and the co-founder of Jugni Style, a South Asian arts and culture magazine. She is the producer of the Nameless Collective Podcast. She was a former senior program advisor in the Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives program of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

62 MIN1 d ago
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#66 - Manjot Bains & Tonye Aganaba

#65 - Sara Bynoe (Teen Angst Night)

ESara Bynoe is an actor and writer based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. She is best known as the creator/host/producer of “Teen Angst Night”, the first-of-its-kind, alternative comedy show where brave adults have shared their embarrassing teenage poetry, diaries, songs, letters, and much more since 2000. The show garnered national attention, which also led to Sara performing at the Latitude Festival in the UK and the Bumbershoot Festival in the US. She is also the creator and producer of “Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing”.

52 MIN1 w ago
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#65 - Sara Bynoe (Teen Angst Night)

GYST with Megan Edwards (Guest: Fiona Forbes)

E“Get Your Sh!t Together” with Megan Edwards and Mo Amir featuring Fiona Forbes! Each episode, we offer you lessons that we learned the hard way, sometimes with a special guest. Fiona Forbes is a legendary and award-winning TV host and producer, content creator, storyteller, and media training coach based in Vancouver, British Columbia.

36 MIN1 w ago
Comments
GYST with Megan Edwards (Guest: Fiona Forbes)

#64 - Tamara Taggart

ETamara Taggart is an award-winning Canadian broadcasting icon, community leader, and busy working mom. She has volunteered thousands of hours in the community, sat on the boards for several non-profit organizations, and advocated for the well-being of children and people with disabilities. She once co-hosted Live! With Regis and Kelly. She’s well-known for her time as a popular news anchor at CTV. In 2015, she was awarded British Columbia’s highest honour, The Order of British Columbia. She is married to 54-40/Matthew Good Band guitarist, Dave Genn, with whom she has three beautiful children.

81 MIN2 w ago
Comments
#64 - Tamara Taggart

#63 - Jody Wilson-Raybould (Puglaas)

Jody Wilson-Raybould (also known by her Kwak’wala name, Puglaas) is the independent Member of Parliament for Vancouver-Granville. A lawyer by profession, she was a provincial Crown prosecutor in Vancouver. She was also the BC Regional Chief of the Assembly of First Nations and a two-term elected Councillor for the We Wai Kai Nation. In 2015, she became the first Indigenous Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada. She was named Canada’s “Newsmaker of the Year” by The Canadian Press.

48 MIN3 w ago
Comments
#63 - Jody Wilson-Raybould (Puglaas)

#62 - Andrea Jin

EAndrea Jin is a stand-up comedian based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. She was a contestant on SiriusXM’s Top Comic Competition and she also appeared on Just For Laugh’s Northwest Festival, where she was featured on the Best of the West Compilation album, alongside fellow “This is VANCOLOUR”-alumni Sophie Buddle and Julie Kim. She is also the host and producer of the podcast, “I F****d Up with Andrea Jin”. Her debut comedy album is slated for a 2020 release.

80 MINJAN 15
Comments
#62 - Andrea Jin

#61 - Tom Davidoff (UBC Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate)

ETom Davidoff is the Director for the University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estates at the Sauder School of Business. He obtained his BA in Social Studies from Harvard College, his MPA/URP from Princeton University, and his PhD in Economics and Urban Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is largely credited as the architect of British Columbia’s Speculation and Vacancy Tax.

75 MINJAN 8
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#61 - Tom Davidoff (UBC Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate)

#60 - Mayor Brad West (City of Port Coquitlam)

EBrad West is the Mayor of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. He returns to the podcast after his appearance on Episode 30.

120 MIN2019 DEC 16
Comments
#60 - Mayor Brad West (City of Port Coquitlam)

#59 - Carrie Walder (Walder Wellness)

Carrie Walder, MS, RD of Walder Wellness is a Registered Dietitian (RD) in both Canada and the United States. Her popular Instagram account (@walderwellness) and website is dedicated to showing how simple ingredients used in creative ways can make healthy eating both accessible and delicious. She returns to the podcast after her first appearance on Episode #22.

49 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
#59 - Carrie Walder (Walder Wellness)

#58 - Katie-Ellen Humphries

EKatie-Ellen Humphries is a nationally touring stand-up comedian, writer, and performer. She is a frequent contributor to CBC’s “The Debaters”. She has also graced the cover of The Georgia Straight as one of the creators of The Lady Show, a regular variety show in Vancouver performed by a troupe of comedic lady talents, which has also been featured in the Vancouver Fringe Festival. Her debut comedy album (tentatively titled “Lady Finger”) is set for a February 2020 release. Katie-Ellen Humphries was also featured on “The Fear of Vancouver” live show crossover between This is VANCOLOUR and The Fear of Science as part of the Vancouver Podcast Festival, which is now available on "This is VANCOLOUR."

54 MIN2019 DEC 4
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#58 - Katie-Ellen Humphries
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