Who Let The Dogs Out
When it comes to throwing a party there’s none quite like a Chinese New Years party. And, when it comes to welcoming the year of the dog, why not throw…
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The PULSE of the Fraser from 6 am to 10 am with Ian Power covers hard hitting news stories, information to good natured humour stories affecting those living South of the Fraser.
Rumour has it that Ian could talk well before he could walk. Fittingly, Ian has gone on to spend the better part of his life as a broadcaster. He has been covering community events, interviewing a range of personalities, celebrities, and politicians, hosting thematic radio shows, and playing the hits the kids want to dance to in Metro Vancouver, since, well, he was a kid!
When he’s not on-air, Ian enjoys spending time with his family, playing fetch with his Golden Retriever, and taking pictures of the many beautiful scenes British Columbia has to offer.
Join Ian Power every weekday mornings—Pulse of Fraser—as he highlights the things you need to know to start your day.
The Leah Holiove show is light and bubbly. Take part in the the Would you Rather at 9:15 am by calling in or on FaceBook or Twitter @pulse1077. Tune into what is what to see and do. Have a listen to the FUNKY news from around the globe at 10:15 am. And, kick it back with a 90’s Flashback at 11:50 am.
Leah comes to us after successful experiences on air at 93.7 JRM, Z95.3 FM and News1130. You may also recognize her from Global BC where she spent many years flying above our skies keeping us informed on traffic and breaking news. Leah was born and raised in the Lower Mainland spending many years in Surrey and South Surrey. She will keep you informed and entertained every weekday morning. When Leah’s not at work she can be found on the golf course or on a movie set!
Tara Lopez takes you through your mid-day work day from NOON to 3 pm Monday to Friday with a variety of music, contests and chit chat. The Mindbender happens everyday at 2:40 PM. And, tap your feet to the Old’Skool Lunch hour from Noon to 1 pm.
Tara Lopez has been on radio Morning Shows across Canada, from Shine FM in Edmonton, to Life 100 in Greater Toronto, to Q107 & Country 105 in Calgary, and is now happy to be on Pulse FM here back home in B.C.
Tara was born in Vancouver, lived in White Rock & Richmond, grew up in Walnut Grove in Langley, and graduated from BCIT’s Radio Broadcasting Program in Burnaby. After travelling across Canada to take on various on-air roles at stations from
Host to News Anchor to Helicopter Traffic Reporter, Tara has finally made the trek back to beautiful British Columbia to join you on your workday!
Other than broadcasting, Tara loves the sun and has visited many beaches across Asia, Australia, Europe, Hawaii, and the Carribbean! In the winter she’s a skier & snowboarder, and in the summer she enjoys playing beach volleyball & golf.
In addition to being an On-air host, Tara is also Promotions Director for 107.7 Pulse FM.
Neil Morrison drives you home in the afternoon with tunes from the 90s, 2k, and today! Neil’s unique take on life, and the fact that he lives in White Rock, helps him focus on the great communities South of the Fraser…and beyond!
Join Jill Sinclair to talk all things dating and relationships as she takes to air every Tuesday from 7pm to 8pm. Hear what our celebrities and everyday folks keep their flames burning and listen to all those funny and say What dating stories.
Jill is a business and life coach and author of Date Did What? Her book is about the perils and hilarity of dating and relationships and the inspiration for her show – Date Did What? Dating and Relationship Show Tuesdays at 7:00pm.
Jill’s been a world traveler and has always come back home to the Lower Mainland, because “how could you not?” Her passion for connecting with people enables her to listen and share relevant and often funny stories that people can relate to. She brings realness to the airwaves and is opening up the conversation for our listeners to connect and relate about all things in the dating and relationship realm.
Jill is also Chair for the One Night Gala for Variety the Children’s Charity and has always had a passion to help the little ones who are at a disadvantage. “Children are our future and I’ll do whatever it takes to bring awareness and to raise funds so these precious souls receive the assistance they need.”
Join Tom Lucas radio veteran talking about the Real Estate business every Saturday from 10 am to 11 am.
As a stalwart advocate here in Surrey, Cindy has proven herself to be a community leader. Cindy was raised in Surrey and knows the community well. A volunteer on several boards such as the Panorama Neighbourhood Association, Canadian Parents for French – Surrey Chapter, French Immersion Advisory Committee, DPAC rep, and Surrey Students Now, Cindy has a pulse on the issues that Surrey faces. A Mom of two girls in the school system, education is a passion for Cindy. In her spare time, you will find Cindy at the rink watching her eldest daughter skate. She also loves to go to movies, especially at theatres with reclined seating. Every evening, Cindy puts herself to sleep reading policy. Cindy’s passion and willingness to read dry policy is ignited by the simple fact that we are all human and are all worthy. We all have a voice!
Jen Robbins has lived, worked and played in Surrey for 30+ years. Jen is a community-minded local mom with 3 busy kids between 6 and 12 and two dogs. Her glamorous soccer mom lifestyle takes her to such exciting local destinations as the medical clinic, library, local athletic and skate parks and of course, Costco.