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.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Full Episode: Friday Superstitions, Public Safety & Trump in London
5 days ago
-Are you superstitious? Do you enjoy scary movies? Topics discussed this morning on this, Friday the 13th!
-Today is Friday the 13th, one of the most unlucky dates in the year. Why is it considered such an unlucky day?
-A photo-op to celebrate a $1.2-million lottery win in Nova Scotia turned sour Thursday when two family members feuded over the win.
-The PR referendum is underway! Official opponents and proponents have been named and the third party players designated. And the yes side would appear to have an advantage out of the gate. The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer is here with his take on the day's headlines.
-British divers who helped rescue boys’ soccer team trapped in Thai cave have spoken out this morning about their amazing ordeal.
-Thousands of people in London are out on the streets protesting Donald Trump’s visit to the country.
-Advocates seek crackdown from Federal Government on companies attempting to cancel services for the disabled and elderly.
-President Donald Trump is in the UK today, and earlier this morning he and Prime Minister Theresa May held a joint press conference at Checkers, the prime minister's country residence. One of the first questions from reporters was why he had changed his tune after publicly criticizing Prime Minister May in an interview with The Sun newspapers. Trump blamed the paper for not including his positive comments.
-A sizeable proportion of British Columbians suggest public safety is a problem in their community, a new Research Co. poll has found.Read more »
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