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A behind-the-scenes look at the stories behind the stories from the CTV Vancouver newsroom. Penny Daflos discusses the stressful, inspiring, irritating and heartbreaking moments that never make it on TV in unfiltered conversations with her colleagues – including other reporters, anchors, videographers, technicians and producers who battle the clock each day to make deadline.
 
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Vacation Rental Success

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Vacation Rental Success

Heather Bayer aka @CottageGuru

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Heather Bayer, author of Renting Your Recreational Property for Profit, CEO of a highly successful cottage rental agency, and a popular blogger, hosts the Vacation Rental Success podcast. With many years experience of owning and managing multiple vacation rental properties, Heather brings her knowledge and views on every aspect of the business, together with interviews with vacation home owners and industry experts. Heather has appeared as a guest on CTV Canada, CBC Radio, Rogers TV, and Che ...
 
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The GTAA cites infrastructure limitations for why not all arriving international travellers are being made to take a COVID-19 test; variants are stalling Ontario's hopes to move forward with reopening in January; and, here's how Toronto paid tribute to the victims of the Montreal massacre.بقلم CTV News
 
While the spread of Omicron in Ontario is worrisome, experts say suppressing the Delta variant has to be prioritized; a fully-vaccinated woman is seeking alternatives to a 14-day quarantine after she didn't pre-register her day trip to Buffalo in ArriveCAN; and, the average selling price of homes in Toronto reached an all-time record high.…
 
The Omicron variant is dealing a new kind of stress for travellers at Pearson airport; Ontario's auditor general says thousands of ineligible businesses received $120-million in COVID-19 support grants; and, meet the six-year-old who gave the Peterborough Petes a pre-game hockey pep talk for the ages.…
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS418 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
There are growing fears Ontario's health care system cannot handle another wave of the COVID-19 pandemic; an Uber driver had both his own car and a rental vehicle stolen from his driveway in less than a week; and, Ontario's five largest electricity providers join together to warn the public of scammers.…
 
Two more cases of the new Omicron variant have been confirmed in Ottawa, bringing the total number of cases to four in Ontario; Ontario is 'prepared' to respond to Omicron or any new variant; Ontario's chief medical officer of health says the province is looking at additional measures in response to Omicron.…
 
Ontario's infectious disease experts are expressing concern over the potential of the recently discovered Omicron variant; shoppers eagerly lined up in front of stores early to take advantage of Black Friday deals; and, meet the former Syrian refugee keeping his family's custom suit-making legacy alive from a tailor shop in Yorkville.…
 
Ontario's top doctor casts doubt on whether proof of vaccination requirements will be extended to children aged five to 11; an Ontario man and 12 others were given an expired COVID-19 vaccine dose; and, two men are fighting Ontario's decision to seize a helicopter through civil forfeiture.بقلم CTV News
 
A Scarborough high school is enacting extra security measures after a student was attacked by people believed to be from another school. Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William Bryan have been convicted for felony murder for the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. Ontario is investigating after a woman called its LTC action line over her father's healt…
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS417 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
Ten Toronto kids between the ages of five and 11 became the first in this age group in Canada to get their first COVID-19 vaccine dose. As parents in other provinces begin to see the savings, families in Ontario are still waiting on a child care deal with Ottawa. A Brampton grandmother who bought a toy cactus was shocked when it started swearing an…
 
A gust of wind sent a window pane spinning out of control before it shattered and showered broken glass on a street in Toronto; the City of Toronto is opening up thousands of appointments to meet demand to vaccinate children aged five to 11; and, in the space of 20 metres in a Toronto neighbourhood, the speed limit goes from 30 kilometres per hour,…
 
Health Canada is expected to authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids aged 5 to 11 on Friday; Ontario will be providing five rapid COVID-19 tests to every student for the winter break; and, the Distillery District kicks off its winter village with the lighting of its 55-foot Christmas tree.بقلم CTV News
 
The mother of the teen slain in a fatal stabbing at a Toronto high school says she wasn't notified about her son's condition for hours; Some infection disease experts are voicing concerns for symptomatic PCR testing in pharmacies; and, Ontario is urging manufacturers to ramp up electric vehicle production in the province.…
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS416 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
A man is facing vandalism charges for hurling a rock through the window of a North York mosque; long-term care staff needs to have their first COVID-19 vaccine dose in order to work today; and, wild boar spotted in the Pickering area is a cause for concern.بقلم CTV News
 
The daughter of a taxi driver fatally shot in late October is struggling to find closure in his murder; some Afghan refugees in the GTA have been relocated four times in less than three months; and, 25 dogs rescued from the meat trade is now searching for their forever home in Toronto.بقلم CTV News
 
Hundreds of civilian and military personnel gathered in downtown Toronto to mark Remembrance Day; a man succumbed to gunshot wounds following a shooting inside an Ajax, Ont. home; and, 100 years later, how the discovery of insulin by Canadian doctor Sir Frederick Banting changed the lives of millions.…
 
Ontario has paused its reopening plans and maintaining capacity limits in some "high-risk" settings amid rising COVID-19 cases; a Toronto community is raising concerns over frequent coyote sightings; and, ongoing supply chain issues are driving up the price of new and used vehicles.بقلم CTV News
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS415 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
Various Toronto services have handed out lifetime passes to long-servicing employees at the expense of taxpayers; Toronto Police have issued a warning about a man driving an SUV trying to get teenage girls to enter his vehicle; and, why a Burlington man's new car battery's warranty was voided.بقلم CTV News
 
After nearly 20 months, Canadians can now cross the land border into the U.S.; Current and former TTC employee data may have been compromised in a ransomware attack; and, a massive art installation at Fort York by Indigenous artist Jay Soule is paying tribute to Indigenous veterans.بقلم CTV News
 
Ontario expands eligibility for third doses of COVID-19 vaccines while also announcing it won't mandate hospital workers to be vaccinated; Police say the death of a grandmother in an Oshawa home is suspicious; and, meet the Grade 11 student helping to raise awareness of Indigenous culture and history.…
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS414 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
While workers welcome Ontario's minimum wage increase to $15 dollars, it comes three years after the Ford government cancelled it in the first place; dog owners in Riverside are being advised to be cautious after a man was seen spraying an unknown substance in a public dog water bowl; and, the dream of home ownership in Toronto is out of reach for …
 
A Toronto high school teacher is now on home assignment after they dressed in blackface as part of a Halloween costume; some parents are upset after postcards with an anti-vaccine message were found with their children's Halloween candy; and, meet three Toronto octogenarians who didn't let their age stop them from walking the CN Tower's EdgeWalk.…
 
A plane was forced to land on Highway 407 in Markham after its engine failed; politicians are weighing in after a couple was told to leave their Toronto condo because they are unmarried; and, a Toronto man created a free app for people looking for a friend for their dog.بقلم CTV News
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS413 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
A Toronto couple says their condo's management group told them to get married or move out; Ontario's Sienna Senior Living is in the running to receive public funds despite shocking reports of neglect in two of their facilities; and, a checklist for what is needed to safely travel internationally.بقلم CTV News
 
Toronto saw eight separate incidents of gun violence that claimed the lives of four people; restaurants and bars are welcoming more customers as Ontario lifts capacity limits; and, the Supreme Court of Canada found municipalities can be held responsible for how policy decisions, like clearing snow, are carried out.…
 
The Ontario government will reveal its "long-term" strategy to lift COVID-19 restrictions on Friday; many small businesses are facing more uncertainty as federal pandemic subsidies are replaced with a targeted program; and, as people return to the office, shelters are seeing an influx of pet surrenders.…
 
The teen killed after being struck by a vehicle is being remembered as a passionate volunteer; the Toronto Raptors are playing their first regular-season game on home court in 600 days; and, there is a new type of convenience store where there are no cashiers.بقلم CTV News
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS412 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
Many Ontarians are reporting issues downloading the new vaccine certificate QR code; global supply chain issues may lead to major product shortages from Christmas presents to winter tires; and, extradition documents reveal new details about a Toronto rapper arrested in California while wanted for murder.…
 
Scotiabank Arena is welcoming a capacity crowd for the Maple Leafs home opener; restaurants and bars are calling for Ontario to release the data that supports excluding their businesses from capacity limit changes; and, pregnant Ontarians are lagging behind in COVID-19 vaccination rates.بقلم CTV News
 
This episode is sponsored by the Virtual Vendor Showcase. You can discover more about the Virtual Vendor Showcase here: https://vacationrentalformula.com/vvs Listening to this podcast on the move? Get to the show notes here: https://www.vacationrentalformula.com/VRS411 Want to get access to some of our best tools? Get The Toolbox >> https://www.vac…
 
A COVID-19 outbreak has shut down an Etobicoke high school; Ontario restaurant owners warn "civil disobedience" is coming over their exclusion from the provinces' changes to capacity limits; and, what you need to know as the Toronto Maple Leafs get set to welcome a full capacity crowd at Scotiabank Arena.…
 
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