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Surrey RCMP need help in identifying a suspect.

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On November 20th  at 8:05 pm, Surrey RCMP was called to the 10200 block of 148th Street after a woman reported she was knocked to the ground and groped by an unknown man.  The suspect had followed the victim after she got off a bus at 104th Avenue and 148th Street just prior to assaulting her.

The victim’s screams caught the attention of nearby residents who scared off the assailant before police arrived. Thankfully the victim was not physically harmed. The suspect is described as a Caucasian male, approximately 35 years of age, with a medium build, and wearing a black hoodie with the hood up.

Surrey RCMP Special Victim’s Unit is leading this investigation. Officers are canvassing the route walked by the victim in an effort to locate other potential witnesses and surveillance video.

Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502. If you want to provide information anonymously, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.solvecrime.ca.

 

Leah

Holiday travel is upon us, what is your biggest pet peeve?

By | Leah Holiove, News

It can be crazy to travel during the holidays especially if you’re flying! The lineups are huge and the planes are jammed packed with annoyed travelers. According to a survey the top 5 biggest issues with flying are…

1. kids who kick seats

2. Adults who inconsiderately recline their seats

3. Those who talk too loudly on smartphones

4. Armrest hogs

5. passengers who get up before the seatbelt signs are off

I get annoyed with people who kick my seat and it’s not always kids it can be adults as well. I also hate when people recline their seats all the way back forcing me to recline mine all the way back. So what is the most annoying issues to you when flying during the holidays? Let me know here.

 

Leah

Date Did What??? Nov 21

By | Jill Sinclair, News

Are you a serial dater? Maybe you’ve found your “almost Mr. or Mrs. Right” but feel like, just mayyyybe that perfect mate is still out there for you? Well, my first guest Susan Semeniw believes you need to stop focusing on the quantity and the “Paradox of Choice” and commit already! [Insert glove slapping face right here]

Susan Semeniw is the Head Matchmaker and Love Coach at Divine Intervention Matchmaking Services. She’s an intuitive feeler that brings her people skills to connecting, coaching and bringing her clients into the reality of what love can be. In common-speak, the gurl knows what she’s doin’.

And, Susan doesn’t have a shy bone in her body, in fact, she frequently scopes new “love interests” for her clients, whether she’s out for lunch or buying up goodies at the sex shop. Yes, she’s a big advocate for keeping it spicy in her relationship too by the way.
Susan is going to bring her no holds bar opinions to our airwaves and you’re gonna want to tune in! Listen in LIVE Tuesday night at 7pm 107.7 FM and livestream www.pulsefm.ca

Any man whose Instagram handle starts with “Mr.” is someone I wanna to go toe-to-toe with and my second guest will have that pleasure. Andreas Willms is known as Mr. Real Estate and he’s known for his high end taste and his never ending line-up of dates. I’m going to probe a little deeper into what makes him tick and what a single man really is looking for, in order to put a ring on a single lady. Cue Beyonce.

Andreas is German born and grew up on a farm. We’re going to see what roles he envisions for himself and the future missus. And chances are, my first guest Susan, is gonna stick around and school “Mr. Real Estate” a thing or two about the QUANTITY dating thing and steps to make love stick for his future wife. I don’t know about you, but I’ve already ordered my popcorn for that!

Tune in Tuesday at 7pm 107.7 FM and livestream www.pulsefm.ca!

If you wanna be a part of the convo, pick up the phone and call 778-574-1077 so we can chat!

Talk to you at 7!

 

 

Surrey RCMP looking for witnesses to an altercation that occurred on November 18th.

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On November 18th at approximately 7:45 P.M, Surrey RCMP were advised by British Columbia Ambulance Services, that they were attending to a residence in the 15200 Block of 86th Ave. in Surrey, B.C. for a report of a male who was bleeding from several wounds. Officers attended to the residence and located a 25 year old male who is a resident of Surrey. The male had several wounds from what appeared to be caused by an edged weapon.

The male was transported to hospital by Ambulance. Evidence at the scene indicated that there had been some kind of gathering at the residence. An altercation broke out, between the persons in the residence at the time, all of who had left the scene prior to police attendance. It appears that the persons involved are known to each other.

Surrey RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance and are requesting that anyone who may have noticed or observed an altercation in the area, witnessed persons arriving at the residence, or persons fleeing from the area are asked to call the Surrey R.C.M.P. at 604-599-0502 or to call Crime Stoppers.

Winter Craft Fair at White Rock Elementary.

By | Leah Holiove, News

I had the pleasure of checking out the Winter Craft Fair at White Rock Elementary on Friday and had so much fun! There was great Christmas shopping with over 30 artisans selling everything from scarves to jewelry, however the kids from the school made some pretty cool crafts as well. The place was packed which is great because the proceeds are going towards a much needed playground.

I remember when I was in elementary  school I loved going to our winter craft fair, the cake walk was always my favourite. If you didn’t get a chance to check out the fair this year make sure you go next year!

 

 

Leah

The Sexiest Man Alive

By | Neil Morrison, News

If you didn’t hear, Country Singer, Judge on the TV show, ‘The Voice’ and current partner to Gwen Stefani – Blake Shelton has been chosen as, ‘Sexiest Man Alive according to People Magazine. 

Somehow this has managed to elude those who ride the high horse on SM who think everything and everyone is, ‘Sexist’, and, ‘Misogynist’ and many other words used to describe what’s wrong with finding someone attractive. 
 
For some reason, being, ’sexy’ – as long as we’re talking about the male gender anyway – that’s okay. Is it? Sure it is. But – and here comes the double standard thought – are these people who are first to attack when something they deem as, ’sexist’ – are the people okay with, ’Sexiest Woman Live?’ I hope so. Because my vote for 2017 goes to…wait, I’d better not take the chance. 

 
Blake Shelton is People magazine’s, ‘Sexiest Man Alive.’ Apparently not everyone feels this way. Blake turned to twitter recently himself read some of the, ‘negative feedback’ from some of those who didn’t feel he was the right guy. First step to being sexy is being able to laugh at yourself, I suppose. 
 
Oh and Mean tweets apparently passes the test for political correctness…for now.
Neil
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When is the right time?

By | Dave Sheldon, News

It is the oldest question in relationships:

When is the right time?

It is multi-faceted; when is it the right time to ask him/her:

  • Out on a date
  • Out on the next date
  • To have sex
  • To move in
  • To meet the parents
  • to meet the kids
  • to get married
  • to start a family

…and on and on and on.  With relationships, the right time is different for everyone.  I’m not a relationship guru at all, but is speaking with a number of great guests on PULSE of the Fraser, from Deanna Cobden (dating coach), to Jill Sinclair (host/author) to Maureen McGrath (nurse/sexual health expert) and others, the path on all of these questions is clear.

You need to have the conversation. 

That may mean you have to put your self out there and be vulnerable, but if you cannot be honest in your relationship, then you will always be in the weeds waiting for the shoe to drop.

If you want to go on a date…ask the person.  If it is the right time, then great.  If not, find out when and if you cannot, then move on.

My wife always laments the fact that both men and women find it difficult to come to the conclusion that sometimes ‘they just aren’t into you’.  So why not find out early and get it out of the way…it will save you the time and the anguish.

Everyone of the questions above can be dealt with through conversation, just understand that you have to be honest with yourself about what the expectations will be.

You may not want to hear that now is not the right time to hit the sack…but at least if you don’t get to that destination right away, you will hopefully get the road map.

 

Who should pay on a first date?

By | Leah Holiove, News

I asked friends, family and co-workers this question and boy I received mixed answers to this one! I read a survey that stated 79% of women would be offended if their date asked them to pay if it was a first date. It also said 49% of women would be offended even if their date asked them to split the bill on a first date!

I’m kind of old fashioned because I think the man should pay on the first date, but after that whoever asks for the next date should pay. What are your thoughts? Let me know here.

 

Leah

The Great Canadian Smoke Out

By | Neil Morrison, News

Someone somewhere along the way decided today would be known as the, ‘great Canadian Smoke Out – a day that seems to be applying even more pressure on smokers to butt out. As a smoker I can tell you, we don’t need another day with even more pressure to quit. As a smoker I can assure you all smokers know a number of things that you continue to tell us:

A) It’s bad for your health

b) It stinks

c) It’s expensive

If you are a non-smoker, bet you didn’t know that a pack of cigarettes in BC costs anywhere from $13-$15 per pack! I know, even more reason to quit. Quitting smoking is by far the hardest thing I’ll have to do in my life. It’s cost me more than just money – it’s cost me potential relationships. Not too mention the looks you get from those who don’t. Having stopped three times previously, from the withdraw pings to the mood swings – it isn’t an easy thing to do.

The other thing – as a smoker – you’re constantly reminded of is how  it is slowly killing. Yes, we know that to. Do you think smokers would smoke if they they weren’t completely addicted?

I’ve read  books, I’ve tried the patch, hypnosis, and that dreaded cold turkey. Truth is, they could have worked – but I have to be honest, I don’t want to quit (as crazy as that sounds) and until I do want to quit, feeling pressure to do just that from everyone and anyone but yourself just makes you smoke more.

My call is on the government to get out of the pockets of big tobacco companies and either make it completely illegal to smoke, or develop a plan to make the withdrawal a little easier to cope and function with..

Or just try will power, Neil. When you’re ready.

Neil