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In this issue of Flanigan's Eco-Logic Podcast, Ted features Yvon Chouinard and his family's gift of Patagonia to fight climate change. He also salutes Californians all who defeated proclamations of rolling black-outs and effectively kept the power grid on. Ted goes on to dig into the Inflation Reduction Act and its climate and energy funding and implications. Other stories feature Green Hydrogen Electrolyzers, the Little Free Library movement, and Air Canada's purchase of electric planes.
Welcome to The Pal's Podcast hosted by George Boutsalis and Ricky Liorti. Two best friends, co-hosts, and co-founders talking about all things life, leisure, and levelling up! http://thepalspod.com/ Socials: @thepalspodcast - All Socials: @gcboutsalis - Twitter // @boutsalis - Instagram Socials: @yourpalrick - All email@example.com —— Music by @loudluxury
On this week's episode of the podcast Director, Writer, award-winning Filipina-Canadian filmmaker and Vancouver native, Kathleen S. Jayme, joins Agee & Gates to talk about her Hoop Dreams origin story. Kat's documentary Finding Big Country was the winner of the 2018 VIFF People's Choice Award and the #MustSeeBC Award, and has been programmed by Telus, ESPN, ABC, Amazon, Rogers Sportsnet, NBA TV, and Air Canada. Jayme has since gone on to direct for the CBC, NBA, ESPN, and Crave. Her latest film The Grizzlie Truth premieres October 1st and explores the unsolved mystery around the 2001 disappearance of the NBA's Vancouver Grizzlies right out from under the nose of the city of Vancouver and it's basketball faithful. The movie is a love letter to one of the worst pro sports teams in history and an exploration into the deep roots of sports fandom. Join Will Gates and Arthur Agee as they learn about Kat's long family history in film, her journey to becoming a film maker, her love of all basketball collectibles and she hints at what might be next in her personal Hoop Dreams journey. Listen, Subscribe and Follow on all your podcast platforms.Hosted by Will Gates and Arthur AgeeProduced by Matt HoffarWritten by Matt Hoffar, Will Gates and Arthur AgeeAn Unlearning Network Productionwww.unlearningnetwork.com
This week on 2DM, we talk about black decks, Poseidon's clash with a taxi company, Air Canada, Tunisia, Greece, performing for deaf people, Adam Levine and Elizabeth Rioux & more. 2DM episodes are also available on Facebook, Youtube, Apple, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher and Spotify. Get your 2DM merch here: https://teespring.com/stores/2dm Watch Mike's special "Infamous" on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/Mike-Ward-Infamous/dp/B07HS2F9TJ If you understand french, get your tickets for Sous Écoute at the Bell Centre: www.centrebrag.com --- Follow Mike Ward: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MikeWardca/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikeWardca Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikewardca/ Follow Pantelis: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PantelisComedy/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BigP4H Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigp4h/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Pantelis --- Follow 2DM on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2DMpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/2DMpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2dmpod/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/2DrinkMinimum
It's Carmi Levy for This Week in Tech. David and Carmi discuss Air Canada ordering 30 new electric planes, a pilot threatening to turn around an airplane because a passenger AirDropped nudes (!), and court case where a B.C. man was ordered to pay $90,000 for reviews he left on Google and Yelp more.
-Rubberstamping fossil fuel permitting IRA side deal -Greenland's melting “zombie ice” could boost sea levels nearly a foot. -Planet earth on the cusp of three years of La Nina. -Shrinking Dead Sea is producing 1,000 sinkholes -Harmful chemicals in ozone layer have declined just over 50% -Microscopic aerosol particles could be used to refreeze arctic -Air Canada to buy electric planes -Californians can choose human composting as burial option
Unser Good News Podcast ist zurück aus der Sommerpause! Neu gibt es unsere guten Nachrichten zwei Mal die Woche zum Hören – immer dienstags und donnerstags. Und wir arbeiten bereits fleißig an weiteren konstruktiven Formaten – seid gespannt! Eure Good News Podcast-Redaktion. „Good News: der Podcast für gute Nachrichten“ ist ein Podcast von Good News Good News: Bianca Kriel (Aufnahme und Redaktion), Astrid Ehrenhauser (Redaktion) Mehr Good News bekommst du hier: https://goodnews.eu/ Good News ist spendenbasiert, wenn dir unsere Arbeit und dieser Podcast gefallen, kannst du uns hier unterstützen: https://donorbox.org/good-news-app Quellen für den Gute Nachrichten-Überblick: Gleicher Lohn für Spaniens Schiedsrichterinnen https://www.tagesspiegel.de/sport/rechte-die-jeder-mensch-haben-sollte-schiedsrichterinnen-in-spanien-beenden-erfolgreich-streik-8647495.html Oxford-Studie: Umstieg auf erneuerbare Energien lohnt sich https://www.deutschlandfunknova.de/nachrichten/oxford-studie-emissionsfrei-bis-2050-lohnt-sich-auch-finanziell Neuer Ansatz gegen Roter Lupus https://www.scinexx.de/news/medizin/erfolg-fuer-immuntherapie-gegen-schwere-autoimmunerkrankung/ Air Canada will bald mit E-Flugzeugen starten https://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/unternehmen/air-canada-will-bald-elektrische-flugzeuge-einsetzen-a-b7b95633-970e-4af7-b6a2-722df33c4939 Deutschlands erster Meeresschutzbeauftragter https://www.deutschlandfunk.de/deutschland-bekommt-beauftragten-fuer-meeresschutz-102.html Zu erreichen sind wir per Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org oder unter: https://www.instagram.com/goodnews.eu/https://twitter.com/goodnews_deu https://www.facebook.com/goodnewsapp01
Syd Fizzard and Alexa Lavoie get the week started with today's Rebel News DAILY Livestream. Today, the pair are talking about Prime Minister Trudeau singing Queen while he's in the U.K. to honour the Queen, President Biden saying that the pandemic is over, Air Canada introducing electric-powered jets and rumours are swirling that the ArriveCAN app is set to come to an end.
Air Canada was ordered to pay $2,000 to passengers over flight delay – what's really going on in the Canadian airline industry with Dr. Gábor Lukács, president of Air Passenger Rights All about the Queen, technically (or technologically)! Carmi Levy and David discuss the myriad of technology changes that occured and that were embraced by the monarch during her lifetime
Depending on who you listen to, the new CPC Leader has had a good week or he's been stumbling all week. Our broken health care system is losing its heart, Air Canada is losing its mind, who wants to see Elizabeth May naked? And more!
Is your kid's school bus a bust? Kevin Hodgkinson with the Toronto Student Transportation Group gives his perspective on school bus service so far this year..Gabor Lukacs with Air Passenger Rights on a story of Air Canada being ordered to pay $2000 for flight delays
Starting in June 1981, the AIDS epidemic ravaged communities all over the world. Since then, the retrovirus has taken 36.3 million lives, and there are reported to have been as many as 100 million confirmed cases the world over. Its spread through North America primarily affected the 4 Hs: homosexuals, hemophiliacs, heroin users, and Haitian immigrants. And it was reported in the international press to have all come from one man… This is the story of how that poisonous narrative – wrongly blaming one Air Canada flight attendant for a deadly epidemic – became a part of the zeitgeist. 2022 LIVE SHOW TICKET LINKS: https://redhandedpodcast.com
Delta MP Carla Qualtrough is calling out Air Canada over damage to woman's wheelchair. Guest: Carla Qualtrough - Minister of employment, workforce development and disability inclusion and MP for Delta
On today's show: Canada announces a national holiday to mark Queen Elizabeth's death. Will B.C. follow suit? MP calls out Air Canada over damage to woman's wheelchair Forget quiet quitting, the latest work trend is 2 or more jobs — without any bosses knowing. Dan Levitt says it's time for us as Canadians to have a conversation about ageism.
André was recently gifted some wines from 1983. These were wines that were served on Pacific Western Airlines, as well as Air Canada. Including a trio of Canadian wines that pre-date VQA were any of these wines drinkable?
On today's show: Queen Elizabeth II's legacy: a look back at key moments during her historic reign We've had two summers of dogs being allowed on patios, how has it worked so far? Woman says she's stuck abroad after Air Canada ‘broke' her wheelchair The Curious Case of Gina Adams: A “Pretendian” investigation GranFondo cycling event in Vancouver this weekend
Email Us Here: Disturbinglypragmatic@gmail.comWhere To Find Us!: Disturbingly Pragmatic Link Tree! Visit Our Patreon! This Episode has EVERYTHING!It's got:Vabbing! Again!Eau du Vagine! InstaBoner!Turns Out Vabbing is Disgusting!Dave's Discomfort!WASH YOUR BODY! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WASH YOUR BODY!Most Men are Disgusting!Poisonous Dinners!Wolfsbane?! WTF?!The James Webb Telescope is Awesome!Space is TERRIFYING!Jeff Garlin Killed Off "The Goldbergs"!"Scrubs" Extra Season was Shit!The 1980s were FORTY YEARS AGO!Death Stalks Us All!Nursing Homes are FULL of Death!SHOW SOME DECORUM!25-Year-Old Dave in a 3-Piece Bespoke Suit!Extra Inches!Say It Ain't So, DJ!Say It Ain't So, Kelli!Bringing Back Law and Order!Law and Order: Expedited Service!Carded? For WHIPPED CREAM?!"I'm Doing Whippits!"Fake Teen Drinking!Kids Are Dumb Liars!Join Our Patreon!"Euphoria" Not Coming Back for Season 3?!Air Canada Screws Over Neville Longbottom!FUCK AIR CANADA!Hey Empathy Heals!I'm Canadian! I Wear Shorts in the Winter!Cryotherapy Chamber Freezes Woman "Rock Hard Solid"!Windchill to Cold is like Humidity to Heat!Has THIS Ever Happened to YOU?!Sensory Deprivation!Crushed by an Elevator? No Thanks!Dave's Tsunami Fears!Episode Links (In Order):Doctors Warn Vabbing Trend Could Cause Thrush or Infertility!Investigation into Possible Poisoning at Markham Ontario Restaurant!Another Amazing Image from the James Webb Space Telescope!Jeff Garlin's Character Killed Off "The Goldbergs"!Michael Fishman Leaving "The Conners" Against His Will!Kelli Giddish Forced to Leave "Law and Order: SVU"!New Yorkers Carded for Whipped Cream!Air Canada Screws Over Neville Longbottom!Double Decker Airplane Seats!Woman Frozen Rock Hard Solid in Cryotherapy Chamber!Boston University Professor Crushed to Death by Elevator!"The Omen 2" Elevator Death Scene!MUSIC CREDIT!Opening Music Graciously Supplied By: https://audionautix.com/
Libby Znaimer is joined by David Peterson, former Ontario Liberal Premier, Lisa Raitt, Former Deputy Leader of Conservative Party of Canada, and Cheri DiNovo, an Order of Canada recipient and former Ontario NDP MPP. This past weekend, a video was posted online that showed Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland being verbally harassed by a man while she was in Grand Prairie, Alberta's City Hall. The Prime Minister and others have since publicly condemned the attack. But, this recorded video highlights something we've known for a long time: female politicians often face abuse and harassment both online and offline far too often. We've seen it with political leaders from all political stripes including Kathleen Wynne, Lisa McLeod, Gail Shea and many more. So, where does it end? And, will public safety minister Marco Mendicino create a plan to increase security for our politicians as the threats escalate? ---- CHAOS AT THE AIRPORT AND HOTELS BECOMING MORE LIKE AIRBNB STAYS Libby Znaimer is joined by Dr. Makarand Mody, Associate Professor of Hospitality Marketing and Director of Research at Boston University School of Hospitality Administration, Martin Firestone, President of Travel Secure Inc., and John Gradek, a faculty lecturer at McGill University in Montreal and a former executive with Air Canada. Today's central topic: it's been months since we've first started covering the chaos at Toronto's Pearson International Airport and flight delays and STILL it remains a problem. Libby details her first-hand account of this while traveling to Minnesota for a family reunion. And, while she made the trip, she came across another disappointment: she had booked an expensive stay at the Hyatt Hotel only to observe upon arrival that it operated more like an Airbnb and lacked amenities. It got her thinking about whether traditional hotels operating like Airbnbs have become a widespread trend these days. Our travel industry experts weigh in. Listen live, weekdays from noon to 1, on Zoomer Radio!
Two Air France pilots were suspended after an inflight fight where they exchanged "inappropriate gestures" while in the cockpit of an A320 heading from Geneva to Paris. British actor Matthew Lewis slams Air Canada as the “worst airline in North America” after he was allegedly kicked out of first class on a recent flight from the US to Canada.
Our two favorite Amex transfer partners offer access to a wide array of awards that make for fascinating possibilities, whether great award chart values or flexible routing rules or a lot more. This week, we debate which is best from a wide range of angles. 00:51 Giant Mailbag: Watch out for "free" award cancellations 6:36 Mattress running the Numbers: 14K Wyndham points with a 3-night stay 12:07 Awards we booked this week 19:38 3 Cards, 3 Continents, 3 Updates 32:42 Main Event: Which is the best Amex transfer partner -- Air Canada Aeroplan or ANA? 34:48 Transfer time 39:28 Award Charts 44:58 One-way awards 49:24 Fuel surcharges 55:32 Partner airlines 1:01:32 Stopovers 1:04:30 Award space for their own members 1:06:32 Change fees 1:08:10 Mileage Expiry 1:12:19 Lap infant fees 1:20:23 Question of the Week: Is Plastiq ever worth it for the 2.85% fee? Join our email list: frequentmiler.com/subscribe Music credit: Annie Yoder
What's wrong with putting people in a single, centralized institution like Riverview? Julian Somers, Health Sciences Professor at Simon Fraser University discusses the impact that an institution like Riverview can have on Vancouver's homeless population The state and future of remote work and hybrid work-from-home arrangements Geoff Mason, Associate employment and human rights lawyer for Miller Thomson LLP discusses the future of work-from-home. Will it continue to be the norm? Will employers be forced to allow hybrid model? 2022 World Junior Hockey Championships open in Edmonton; how will the public react in wake of Hockey Canada scandals? Jawn Jang, CKNW Contributor gauges the interest in the 2022 World Junior Hockey Championships in the wake of Hockey Canada scandals The state of the BC Lions and Amar Doman's time as owner and BC Lions ticket giveaway Amar Doman, BC Lions owner discusses the Lions hot start to the 2022 CFL season. The Air Canada trip from hell - the woman who lost her bridesmaid dress on the way to Santorini, Greece! Kailey Hagen, Air Canada customer describes her experiencing flying with Air Canada, which included lost luggage and a hectic trip back home
Today on Five Things DKS spoke about how Former US president Donald Trump had his home searched bu the FBI. Also....Air Canada refuses to compensate passengers for cancellations, USA tennis great Serena Williams announces retirement talks, and much more! #DarrenKeriSkyOnECR
Donald Trump se plaint d'être persécuté politiquement. L'accord conclu par les pays de l'Union européenne pour réduire volontairement leur consommation de gaz entre en vigueur aujourd'hui. La Gendarmerie royale du Canada n'utilise pas le logiciel espion israélien Pegasus, mais la même technologie. Air Canada refuse d'indemniser des passagers qui ont vu leur vol annulé en raison d'un manque de personnel. Au tennis, victoire de Leylah Annie Fernandez, hier, à Toronto. | Bruno Larose (journaliste-présentateur)
Officials are preparing to remove tents along several blocks of East Hastings Street, after the Vancouver Fire department ordered their removal citing fire concerns. We get a live report from the ground, and speak with community advocates who say there's no viable place for this community to go. And in our second half, Air Canada is in hot water for failing to compensate passengers after long flight delays. We'll hear from an expert in Aviation Management at McGill University.
Vincent Rességuier décortique les raisons évoquées par Air Canada pour refuser d'indemniser des passagers dont le vol a été annulé ou reporté; Laurence Martin fait le point sur l'utilisation de logiciels espions par la Gendarmerie royale du Canada; et Alice Campaignolle livre un reportage sur les plus hautes vignes du monde, situées en Argentine.
Alex Pierson talks to Gabor Lukacs, President and Founder of Air Passenger Rights. This after we learned Canadian airlines are refusing to compensate flyers for cancelled flights caused by staffing shortages. Under Canada's passenger rights charter, the Air Passenger Protection Regulations (APPR), airlines are required to pay up to $1,000 in compensation for cancellations or significant delays that stem from reasons within the carrier's control. However, airlines do not have to pay if the change was required for safety purposes. Air Canada recently revealed they consider staffing shortages a matter of 'flight safety.' Lukacs tells Alex Pierson, that's that true.
La Charte canadienne des droits des passagers aériens oblige les compagnies aérienne à prévoir des indemnités qui peuvent atteindre mille dollars. Kateri Champagne-Jourdain sera candidate de la CAQ dans la circonscription de Duplessis pour les prochaines élections provinciales. L'actrice Olivia Newton-John est décédée entourée de sa famille et ses amis, en Californie. | Joane Prince (journaliste-présentatrice)
Here's an episode to hold you over till next weeks episode where I will really get into the meat and potatoes of our trip. For now, here's the story of all the lay overs, delays, flight drama mainly involving Air Canada and how shitty they are. Enjoy!
Sommerferien er over for Flypodden, det samme er SAS-streiken, men flykaoset i Europa er ikke over. JetBlue kjøper Spirit, Air Canada kjøper fraktere og en bisarr ulykke med CASA 212. Velkommen ombord på flight 213 som spilles inn 3. august. Ulykkesflight 213 Bhoja Air 213 Aeroflot 213 Magnus Fusion 213 AKTUELT: SAS-streiken er over Mulig streik i Lufthansa TAP-piloter demonstrerer Fortsatt kaos i Europa Icelandair har med stuere på fly til AMS Delta sendte et tomt fly for å hente hjem bagasje Heathrow begrenser kapasiteten... ...Men Emirates vil ikke være med på det Frontier gir opp å kjøpe Spirit, som blir overtatt av JetBlue Norse og Norwegian i et slags samarbeid Merkelig ulykke med CASA 212 Air Canada storsatser på fraktfly
Welcome to the BT360 Podcast: What's Up in Business Travel for Week 30 of 2022. This is a weekly podcast where we update you on what's up this week in the world of business travel. This podcast is great for those who need to know what's happening all in less than 15 minutes.Topics covered during this podcast -Fed launches plan to combat MonkeypoxSpirit & Frontier cancel their merger dealJetBlue to acquire SpiritSpotnana raises $75MLastminute.com's CEO and COO arrestedSouthwest eliminates expiration dates on flight creditsLyft to close rental car businessUnited & Air Canada expand relationshipTrainline signs agreement with ItaloFrankfurt adds airport capacity Amadeus reports profitable quarterHertz Q2 volume at 70% of 2019 levelsAccor reports Q2 reboundAustralia and Japan RebootAvianca provides NDC content via SabreAkasa Air takes flightUK introduces SAF mandateAer Lingus signs SAF deal with GevoAmerican Airlines signs with Gevo_____________________________________Tune in every Monday morning to get your weekly update. We hope you will make this a regular part of your week and listen in while you on the move or sitting back and sipping your coffee. You can subscribe to this podcast by searching BusinessTravel360 on Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, iHeart, Pandora or Spotify.Be sure to sign up for regular updates at BusinessTravel360.com - Enjoy!Support the show
"Nutrition in medicine is a human factors issue" Dr Maryam Makowski In S3 E 7 I am delighted to welcome Dr Maryam S. Makowski, Ph.D., FACN, NBC-HWC to the podcast. Dr Makowski is a clinical assistant professor in the Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, the Associate Director of Scholarship and Health Promotion of the Stanford Medicine WellMD & WellPhD Center, and a nutrition and physician well-being coach at Stanford University. Prior to joining Stanford, she served as a scientific associate at Toronto General Hospital-University Health Network in Toronto, and as an advisor to Air Canada rouge pilots and cabin crew on optimal nutrition for fatigue mitigation. Over the course of her career, she has authored many highly cited scientific papers on nutrition and well-being. In this conversation we discuss her career and research trajectory particularly looking at how nutrition, hydration and other lifestyle factors including how sleep might influence cognitive performance initially in pilots and most recently applying this to doctors and in healthcare. We discuss in more details what Maryam refers to as the four pillars: hydration, meal composition and timing and strategic use of caffeine and how we might optimise these and mitigate shift work related fatigue, We discuss the specific challenges and barriers to these that doctors encounter in their practice. Maryam describes the complex interplay of nutrition and hydration with stress, sleep and mood/cognitive performance. Whilst acknowledging the growing research evidence is increasingly substantive in this area it is not conclusive and no one size fits all. Knowledge of circadian rhythms and individual thresholds is essential in tailoring interventions and strategies discussed. I find Maryam's work fascinating, highly relevant and am impressed by the organisational change her team have been able to advocate for on the back of research. I encourage you to think about you own approaches and how you might optimise these and also advocate for you colleagues in your own place of work. References / Links:Dr Maryam Makowski - research linkshttps://twitter.com/maryammakowski?lang=enhttps://pmj.bmj.com/content/92/1090/478.short Makowski MS, Trockel MT, Menon NK, Wang H, Katznelson L, Shanafelt TD. Performance Nutrition for Physician Trainees Working Overnight Shifts: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Acad Med. 2022 Mar 1;97(3):426-435. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000004509. PMID: 34753859. Makowski MS, Shanafelt TD, Hausel A, Bohman BD, Roberts R, Trockel MT. Associations Between Dietary Patterns and Sleep-Related Impairment in a Cohort of Community Physicians: A Cross-sectional Study. Am J Lifestyle Med. 2019 Sep 10;15(6):644-652. doi: 10.1177/1559827619871923. PMID: 34916885; PMCID: PMC866989Recommended Reads: Feeling Great David D Burns MDhttps://www.amazon.com/stores/page/E0B7C5D5-CD14-405B-BD0A-253F8D94A3B4?channel=db-websiteBrain Changer Felice Jackahttps://www.panmacmillan.com.au/9781760556518/Disclaimer: The content in this podcast is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care professional. Moreover views expressed here are our own and do not necessarily reflect those of our employers or other official organisations.
In this hour, we are turning our nations into monarchies. Air Canada denies traveler who is unvaccinated. Also, millions of Americans don't embrace the American identity.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the Connected Aviation Intelligence Podcast, JP Floyd, Air Canada 787 Pilot and Senior Director of Compliance and Standards for Aero HygenX, joins to discuss autonomous aircraft disinfection technology. Aero HygenX, is a Canadian tech start-up founded by pilots and experts in aircraft maintenance. The company has developed an autonomous robot called "Ray" that uses UV-C technology and motion-sensors to self-navigate the aircraft cabin while disinfecting air and surfaces throughout. Several airlines including Avelo, Ethiopian Airlines and Zambia Airways have adopted their robot disinfection technology. Floyd also provides some perspective on some of the challenges of flying throughout the pandemic over the last two years as well as some of the goals Aero HygenX wants to achieve with its disinfection technology. Have suggestions or topics we should focus on in the next episode? Email the host, Woodrow Bellamy, at email@example.com, or drop him a line on Twitter @WbellamyIIIAC. Check out our publication Avionics International @AvionicsGlobal + www.aviationtoday.com. Join our Avionics International LinkedIn group to suggest topics we should cover in our podcast, publications and events. www.linkedin.com/AvionicsMag
IN SEPTEMBER 2021, JESSICA KALYNN ARRIVED IN DUBAI FOR A SIX-DAY TRIP. HER BAGGAGE, HOWEVER, DIDN'T MAKE IT THERE UNTIL TWO DAYS LATER. SO… THE WOMAN FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA FILED A CLAIM WITH THE PROVINCE'S CIVIL RESOLUTION TRIBUNAL. WITH BOB'S WORLD I'M BOB WELCH… MORE IN A MINUTE. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bobwelch/message
Today on the Woody and Wilcox Show: New nuggets from KFC; It Happened in Florida; Conan Gray sings the national anthem at the Home Run Derby; Air Canada cannot take off due to heat and asks twenty five people to give up their seats; Craig's List Price is Right; Halloween decorations are already in stores; Company pays bonus after employee works for two weeks; More airline issues and suggestions for checked baggage; And so much more!
Rod and Karen discuss Dr. Fauci planning to retire, Desus and Mero calling it quits, Kevin Samuels' cause of death, Constance Wu discusses breakdown, Late Show staffers won't be prosecuted, Bernie goes in on Joe Manchin, Jay-Z doesn't charge for features, free movies for red heads, US to diversify formula industry, Mitch McConnell blames stimulus for labor shortage, lifeguard shortage, Air Canada begged passengers to get off plane, baggage chaos at airport, Polo Ralph Lauren HBCU collection, woman claims co-worker was fired because of racism after posting TikTok video, bride arrested for dosing wedding, man gets third OWI, man stabs deli worker over tip jar and sword ratchetness. Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast Voice Mail: 704-557-0186
Long lines. Flight delays and cancellations. Lost and missing luggage. Airports in Canada have been a mess, for weeks now. And it'll likely stay this way until September, experts warn. One way to avoid travel disappointment at airports in Canada and elsewhere, is simple: just don't take flights. Explore your own backyard! But, if you must travel by airline, we've got you covered with a survival guide. Guest: Jennifer Foden is a travel writer and editor based in Toronto. She was previously the editor of EnRoute, Air Canada's travel magazine.
Things are not going well at airports around the world and Canada has taken a particularly bad turn. On Monday, 70 per cent of flights from Canada's largest carrier Air Canada were delayed – the highest percentage in the world.Duncan Dee is a former Chief Operating Officer for Air Canada. He also worked on a panel that reviewed the Air Transportation Act in 2016, looking closely at what could be improved at Canada's airports. He's on the show to talk about what he thinks should be done immediately in order to help with delays and bottlenecks.
Travellers continue to battle long wait times, delays and flight cancellations as they try to travel by plane this summer. Those challenges prompted Air Canada to cancel flights throughout the summer. For Jenn MacDougall, that meant she had to sleep on the floor of the airport. Now she tells guest host Rosemary Barton that she's calling for action; travel expert Scott Keyes discusses how people can be best prepared; and Monette Pasher, president of the Canadian Airports Council, says global travel likely won't get better anytime soon.
Episode #40 - June Campbell is a resident at The Village of Riverside Glen in Guelph, shares with Erin Davis & Doug Robinson on the green bench. She has lived a life that has not only witnessed history as it happened but in which she even rubbed elbows with Gordon Pinsent with whom she went to school. June was born in St. John's, Newfoundland before it was even a part of Canada, learn more by listening to her story from the green bench. June lived a proud moment in Canadian history and remembers when the premier, Joseph Smallwood, signed the documents on March 31st, 1949 when Newfoundlanders to become Canadians. "Joseph Smallwood did not want any jokes about April fools, so he had the papers signed on the 31st. And then we all became naturalized citizens." "We had our own currency, our own stamps, and paid duty from everything we ordered from Canada, even from the Sears catalogue." - June Campbell In her first marriage of 22 years, she experienced a challenge with religious differences and her parents not accepting the mixed marriage between Catholic and Protestant. "I got used to it after a while" June went to a girls school which was very strict, having to walk in a crocodile line when walking past the boys school, and not allowed to look. "The boys school was Bishop Field, the girls was Bishop Spencer, and never the train should meet." - June Campbell Come From Away - the story of 911 when the air traffic had to find a place to land and ending up in Newfoundland. Show details at https://comefromaway.com 40 Years old, 3 children and love strikes again. "I hadn't heard his voice in 25 years, but I recognized it. And this is the man I married the following year." -June Campbell Her second husband of 30 years, Gordon, was the youngest of 10 children. "Yes, we had 10, but they stopped when they attained perfection." A Travel Conversation including: Australia, Barbados, Russia, Estonia, UK and more "I married him for his Air Canada pass, and he married me for my underground parking." -June Campbell Book: In a Sunburned Country, Bill Bryson Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24.In_a_Sunburned_Country "It's all about making the new connections where you are." - Erin Davis A great idea to share who you are by posting a photo outside your door in the retirement and long-term care home of when you were younger. We would love to see a photo of you when you were younger. "So important to remind people that we are the same spirits, the same soul, the same people. It's just that our suits have gotten a little wrinkled over the years." - Erin Davis "You can't beat a nice cod steak. It makes good fish & chips." - Doug Robinson If you could travel somewhere tomorrow (no limits), where would you go? Book: Mourning Has Broken by Erin Davis - https://www.harpercollins.ca/9781443454636/mourning-has-broken/ Subscribe, rate, and review our podcast on any network and share your thoughts on social media using the #ElderWisdom tag to help others find us. ----more---- The Green Bench is a symbol of elder wisdom. Physically or virtually, the bench invites us all to sit alongside a senior, share a conversation, or give and offer advice. It challenges the stigma seniors face; the ageism still so prevalent in society. It reminds us of the wealth of wisdom our elders offer and in doing so, helps restore them to a place of reverence. "The greatest untapped resource in Canada, if not the world, is the collective wisdom of our elders." -Ron Schlegel This podcast is brought to you by Schlegel Villages, retirement & long-term care homes in Ontario, Canada. #ElderWisdom | Stories from the Green Bench is produced by Memory Tree Productions Learn more about our host, Erin Davis, at erindavis.com Learn more about #ElderWisdom at elderwisdom.ca
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We all want meaningful work and to know at the end of the day, our work mattered. Impacting the next generation by engaging with them and passing the baton to them, while simultaneously figuring out how to evolve to the next step in our careers. In this episode, we speak with Marc Barbeau, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at Air Canada, about lessons he's learned in 30 plus years of law and why he's thrilled for this next step at Air Canada. We discuss: How to look back and learn from challenges in your past The benefits of sponsoring and the difference from mentoring Why personal growth and relationships are important What advice Marc has for up and coming law professionals Hear more stories by subscribing to Innovative Legal Leadership on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast platform. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Innovative Legal Leadership in your favorite podcast player.
ONE HUNDRED, y'all!! For number 100 we're doing a special two-part episode with the greatest dunker who's ever existed. Vinsanity, or Air Canada, aka Vince Carter, joins Knuckleheads. The 22-year NBA legend sits down on Part 2 of this show to discuss his famous dunks, his post-Toronto NBA career, some of his legendary teammates and just which stat proves that he brought way more to the game than his epic dunks. Tune in for more never-before-heard stories from the one and only Vince Carter! Olympic team and THE DUNK (0:00) Going to the Nets, playing with Jason Kidd and Richard Jefferson (5:00) Antawn Jamison, the Orlando Magic, and which era of basketball is the best (7:52) NBA Top 75 list, his famous nicknames and favorite dunks (13:09) All-time three-point leader list, playing in Memphis with Zach Randolph, Mike Conley and Pau Gasol (28:20) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ONE HUNDRED, y'all!! For number 100 we're doing a special two-part episode with the greatest dunker who's ever existed. Vinsanity, or Air Canada, aka Vince Carter, joins Knuckleheads. The 22-year NBA legend sits down to share his journey from Florida to North Carolina blue to taking over the entire country of Canada. He gets into the Duke-UNC rivalry, playing with T Mac, and … he gives a step-by-step walkthrough of his iconic Dunk Contest. It's the future Hall of Famer, Vince Carter. Tune in, y'all!! The 1995 basketball high school class: best ever? (14:30) Becoming a North Carolina Tar Heel, Dean Smith (23:44) Learning Tracy McGrady was his cousin (40:31) Getting drafted by the Raptors (42:28) THE Dunk Contest (50:21) Impact Vince had on Canadian basketball (1:08:50) About Our Hosts: NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podcast is like playing NBA 2K with no fouls. Other places to find Knuckleheads: Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.