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Linesman Lonnie Cameron, who was honoured before the game for working his 1,500th NHL game laughs as the Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks play during first period NHL hockey action in Vancouver, on Monday February 25, 2019. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)

PODCAST: Lonnie Cameron officiated more than 1500 NHL games

MOJ on Sports: Islander worked the Olympics and 19 Stanley Cup Finals

 

Bill Henderson of Chilliwack. (File photo)

PODCAST: Bill Henderson of Supergroup Chilliwack

TODAY IN B.C.: Member of the Order of Canada is a singer, songwriter and music producer

 

Eric Lee, VictorEric Design Build. (HAVAN photo)

PODCAST: Exploring high-performance home trends and associated benefits

TODAY IN BC: HAVAN’s podcast ‘Measure Twice, Cut Once’

 

Germany's Marcel Noebels, left, challenges for the puck with Canada's Troy Stecher during the 2021 Ice Hockey World Championships group B match between Germany and Canada. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Sergei Grits)

PODCAST: Richmond’s Troy Stecher, former Canuck

MOJ on Sports: The defenseman now a Calgary Flame after recent trade with Arizona

Germany's Marcel Noebels, left, challenges for the puck with Canada's Troy Stecher during the 2021 Ice Hockey World Championships group B match between Germany and Canada. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Sergei Grits)
Jessica James, commercial pilot. (History Channel photo)

PODCAST: Jessica James, commercial pilot and a high-flying member of ‘Lost Car Rescue’

TODAY IN B.C.: A role model for young women, within a male-dominated industry

Jessica James, commercial pilot. (History Channel photo)
Kiff Mowatt. (HAVAN photo)

PODCAST: Seeing Double, Duplex homes and lifestyle benefits

TODAY IN BC: HAVAN’s podcast ‘Measure Twice, Cut Once’

Kiff Mowatt. (HAVAN photo)
B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay (14) is pressured by Hamilton Tiger-Cats linebacker Simoni Lawrence (21) during first half CFL Football division semifinal game action in Hamilton, Ont. on Sunday, November 11, 2018. (CANADIAN PRESS/Peter Power)

PODCAST: Travis Lulay was one of the CFL’s top quarterbacks

MOJ on Sports: The former BC Lion won a Grey Cup and League’s most outstanding player

B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay (14) is pressured by Hamilton Tiger-Cats linebacker Simoni Lawrence (21) during first half CFL Football division semifinal game action in Hamilton, Ont. on Sunday, November 11, 2018. (CANADIAN PRESS/Peter Power)
Chef Warren Barr and Lily Verney-Downey of Pluvio Restaurant in Ucluelet. (Chelsea Gray photo)

PODCAST: Ucluelet restaurant Pluvio named Canada’s best fine dining experience

TODAY IN B.C.: ‘As local as they can be’, establishment tops TripAdvisor list

Chef Warren Barr and Lily Verney-Downey of Pluvio Restaurant in Ucluelet. (Chelsea Gray photo)
Nick Bray. (HAVAN photo)

PODCAST: Passionate about everything Passive House

TODAY IN BC: HAVAN’s podcast ‘Measure Twice, Cut Once’

Nick Bray. (HAVAN photo)
Jordin Tootoo. (File photo)

PODCAST: Jordin Tootoo the first Inuk player to play in the NHL

MOJ on Sports: Known for his advocacy work for Indigenous youth and mental health

Jordin Tootoo. (File photo)
Riversong Guitars owner Mike Miltimore with a P2P River Pacific acoustic guitar, a Y2 electric Telecaster-style guitar and a Pacific ukulele. For this photo, Miltimore received a little help from his right-hand man, Greg the Engineer. (Dave Eagles Photo)
Riversong Guitars owner Mike Miltimore with a P2P River Pacific acoustic guitar, a Y2 electric Telecaster-style guitar and a Pacific ukulele. For this photo, Miltimore received a little help from his right-hand man, Greg the Engineer. (Dave Eagles Photo)
Co-host Jennifer-Lee Gunsen. (HAVAN photo)

PODCAST: Prefab-ulous, panelized wall systems

TODAY IN BC: HAVAN’s podcast ‘Measure Twice, Cut Once’

Co-host Jennifer-Lee Gunsen. (HAVAN photo)
Jeremy Roenick (right) battles for position with Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Pierre Hedin (left) in Toronto on Saturday January 17, 2004. (CP PHOTO/Frank Gunn)

PODCAST: Jeremy Roenick scored more than 500 goals in the NHL

MOJ on Sports: Gordie Howe made lasting impression on a young Roenick

Jeremy Roenick (right) battles for position with Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Pierre Hedin (left) in Toronto on Saturday January 17, 2004. (CP PHOTO/Frank Gunn)
Avatar Director James Cameron and Kirk Krack. (submitted photo0

PODCAST: B.C.’s Kirk Krack taught free diving to AVATAR 2 actors

TODAY IN B.C.: Diver has worked all over the world training Tom Cruise, Tiger Woods, Military and more

Avatar Director James Cameron and Kirk Krack. (submitted photo0
Cara Hansen, of Triple Dot Design Studio. (HAVAN photo)

PODCAST: Good Bones, Character Home Renovations

TODAY IN BC: HAVAN’s podcast ‘Measure Twice, Cut Once’

Cara Hansen, of Triple Dot Design Studio. (HAVAN photo)
Bob Marjanovich podcasting from Phoenix, the site of Super Bowl 57. (Nik Kowalski photo)

PODCAST: The ‘Best of’ Super Bowl 57 interviews – ‘The Moj’

MOJ on Sports: Guests include Joe Montana, Shaun Alexander and Steve Mariucci

Bob Marjanovich podcasting from Phoenix, the site of Super Bowl 57. (Nik Kowalski photo)
Bob Marjanovich with James Lofton, podcasting from Phoenix, the site of Super Bowl 57. (Nik Kowalski photo)

PODCAST: The ‘Moj’ from Super Bowl 57 in Phoenix – Day 4

MOJ on Sports: Guests include Steve Mariucci, Pat McAfee and Mitch Berger

Bob Marjanovich with James Lofton, podcasting from Phoenix, the site of Super Bowl 57. (Nik Kowalski photo)
Chris Burns, Joe Montana and Bob Marjanovich. (Nik Kowalski photo)

PODCAST: Day 3, The ‘Moj’ from Super Bowl 57 in Phoenix

MOJ on Sports: Guests include Joe Montana, Brian Urlacher and Ron Jaworski

Chris Burns, Joe Montana and Bob Marjanovich. (Nik Kowalski photo)
Bob Marjanovich podcasts from Phoenix, the site of Super Bowl 57. (Nik Kowalski photo)

PODCAST: ‘The Moj’ Day 2 from Super Bowl 57 in Phoenix

MOJ on Sports: Podcast guests include James Lofton, Curt Menefee and Alex Singleton

Bob Marjanovich podcasts from Phoenix, the site of Super Bowl 57. (Nik Kowalski photo)
Dr. David Suzuki. (David Suzuki Foundation photo)

PODCAST: Dr. David Suzuki will retire this year as host of The Nature of Things

TODAY IN B.C.: The environmentalist and science broadcaster a household name in Canada

Dr. David Suzuki. (David Suzuki Foundation photo)