The Jon McComb Show
About This Show
Jon McComb has been on CKNW for more than 30 years and has been instrumental in building CKNW into the position of Vancouver’s news and opinion leader. Respected, smart and passionate, Jon is tough but empathetic and will tackle any issue that is important.
Genuine, unpredictable, funny and always entertaining, the Jon McComb Show is the perfect mix of what you want to know and why. With full social integration Jon and the team will cover the news and events of the day and will be telling the stories that make Vancouver great.
Most Recent Episode
Full Episode: The Royal Wedding is upon us, ICBC changes, & Tragedy in Houston.
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Hold onto your Royal Hats, the Royal Wedding is almost upon us! Also ICBC is back giving people headaches, and gas prices are set to rise just in time for the long weekend.
The provincial government has released the results of a survey into ICBC, and it’s clear: you are in favour of increasing insurance rates for risky drivers. The findings show 82.3 percent of British Columbians support that model.
Niki Reitmayer brings an interesting update on what could have happened in the mysterious tragedy of flight MH370.
The Premier has taken responsibility for the recent email scandal that emerged from the NDP party. Also B.C. Hydro is costing taxpayers… again. The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.
Eagle Spirit Energy has been quietly working on a plan to build a pipeline in northern BC for the past five years. The infrastructure would run about 1500kms from Fort McMurray, Alberta to Grassy Point, BC or Hyder, Alaska, and have the ability to carry about two million barrels of heavy or medium crude oil a day.
On Tuesday - Bruce Allen pondered why police don’t release the names of criminals who die in nefarious circumstances, after a man known to police was shot dead at a ferry terminal in Nanaimo. His name was not released. Why? The privacy act is often invoked by police - but for decades this information was considered to be in the public interest. What’s happened to your right to know?
The biggest x-factor in hockey playoffs? Good goaltending. This is clearly the case in both the Eastern and Western Conferences, as the goalies who have been standing on their heads represent the teams who have won their recent matchups.
If you plan on getting out of dodge for the long weekend, it could cost you dearly at the pumps! However, there is some good news.
A school shooting in a High School in Texas has gripped the nation.A suspect is in custody - according to an assistant principal who earlier spoke to a CBS affiliate.
This morning it was revealed Prince Charles will walk Meghan Markle down the aisle, with her father unable to attend due to health issues. We get other updates on the ground from Global National Royal Correspondent Redmond Shannon.
Chapter 11: Weekly Lookback with John Daly
On Wednesday, the Trudeau government laid out what it’s prepared to do to get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion off the ground. It said it’s willing to use your tax dollars to compensate Kinder Morgan for any delays in the project - while it also said it’d search for a new investor if KM pulls out.
And, on Tuesday - Bruce Allen pondered why police don’t release the names of criminals who die in nefarious circumstances, after a man known to police was shot dead at a ferry terminal in Nanaimo. His name was not released. Why? The privacy act is often invoked by police - but isn’t this information it in the public interest? Don’t you deserve to know?
Galveston County Sheriff has confirmed up to ten people have been killed in a shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas (south of Houston). Most of the dead are students. Two people - believed to be students - have been detained. Possible explosives have been found at the school, officers working to render the scene safe.
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