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Mining Stock Daily
Corporate Update: Enduro Makes New Discovery in Golden Triangle

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 13:31


Enduro Metals CEO Cole Evans joins the pod today to discuss the new discovery the company made at their Newmont Lake project in the Golden Triangle of British Columbia.

I Know, You Don't Know: A Psych Rewatch Podcast
Extradition: British Columbia - Episode 51

I Know, You Don't Know: A Psych Rewatch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 146:39


It's Season 4 of Psych and Jason and Amanda get classy talking all things fine art, famous raccoons, and the career trajectory of Carey Elwes. Your cohosts reminisce about their respective childhoods filled with ski vacations and/or watching The Princess Bride over and over again. We see the scene that got Steve The Mime forever hooked on Psych, and learn that the clues needed to solve the great Gardner Museum Heist might have been right under our noses all along! Season 3 Music Playlist Season 3 Bracket ikydk.com Episode Ranking: rank.ikydk.com Find us on twitter: @DrAmandaR @JasonCurtisR Send feedback to feedback@ikydk.com Leave a review: review.ikydk.com pineAIpple.ikydk.com RodAI.ikydk.com helkiten.ikydk.com #IKYDK --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iknowyoudontknow/message

Earth Wise
Coral Reefs And Ecosystem Services

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 2:00


A new study led by the University of British Columbia provides the first comprehensive look at what climate change, overfishing, and habitat destruction of coral reefs mean for their ecosystem services.  For humans, this means how the global decline in coral reefs has affected their ability to provide essential benefits including food, livelihoods, and protection […]

Strong Suit Podcast
Meet the Guru of SaaS & Leadership (Recruit Rockstars 429)

Strong Suit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 21:41


If you lead a SaaS company, you likely know Dan Martell, as the Founder & CEO of SaaS Academy. But even if you're in a different industry, Dan has a ton to teach about how to scale your business. Fast. Because he's built & exited 5 companies. Most noteworthy, Dan was Founder & CEO of Clarity.fm which connects business leaders with experts in any field (I'm a customer). It was successfully acquired by Startups.co Now, Dan is Founder & CEO of SaaS Academy. He coaches & teaches over 1,000 Founders to become high-performance leaders (…although much of what he teaches is relevant to any business.) Dan began his career as a software developer. But his passion (and gift) is leadership, strategy, culture, and communications. Plus as a native of British Columbia, Canada, he's just nice as heck. In this 20-minute conversation, Dan reveals how he's scaled his companies and how he teaches other leaders to do the same.

Unfound
Episode 271: Ashley Simpson: In A Distant Place

Unfound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 115:13


Ashley Simpson was a 32 year old from St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. She had once worked at a gold mine and had a tattoo that said Gypsy. On April 27, 2016, Ashley and the man she was living with got into an argument in Salmon Arm, British Columbia after going on a trip for the day. The man says Ashley picked up her things and walked off. She was never seen again.Article:https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/family-missing-bc-woman-5-years-since-disappearance-1.6007325YouTube Map analysis video:https://youtu.be/cEVrOHOMv5EIf you have any information regarding the disappearance of Ashley Simpson, please contact the RCMP's Southeast District Major Crime Unit Information Line at 1-877-987-8477.Unfound supports accounts on Pandora, Audible, Podomatic, iTunes, Spotify, iHeart, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Deezer, and YouTube.--speaking of YouTube, on Wednesday nights at 9pm ET, please join us for the Unfound Live Show. All of you can talk with me and I can answer your questions.--Contribute to Unfound at Patreon.com/unfounpodcast.--You can also contribute at Paypal: paypal.me/unfoundpodcast--I also need to give a shout out to all the people who have monetarily contributed usingSuperChat during the Live Show on Wednesday nights.--thank you for watching and thank you for donating.--the email address: unfoundpodcast@gmail.com.--Merchandise:--The books at Amazon.com in both ebook and print form.--do not forget the reviews.--shirts at unfound-podcast.myshopify.com--or you can track down my assistant Heather in the Facebook Group.--playing cards at makeplayingcards.com/sell/unfoundpodcast--the website: the unfoundpodcast.com--And please mention Unfound at all true crime websites and forums. Thank you

MicCHEK
Ep. 82 - Redevelopment ROUNDTABLE

MicCHEK

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 51:49


What?! No food!? That's correct, but have no fear there's plenty to chew on in this episode. In this roundtable we invite a local developer on to discuss five things we would redevelop in Greater Victoria. It could be a building, a street, a park or beach, even a concept. Like most roundtables, there are no rules.

Murder Murder News - The Listen Edition
The Unsolved Murder of Peter Schnellhardt

Murder Murder News - The Listen Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 57:41


38-year-old Peter Schnellhardt was found brutally murdered at his job in Williams Lake, British Columbia on July 4th, 2006. With very little movement in Peter's case, and very little media coverage, his family has been desperate for answers. Now 15 years later,  although it seems obvious who was involved in Peter's death, it remains a cold case. Angelina and Aurora spoke with Peter's sister Petra, who opened up about who her brother was, what she knows about his murder, and why she continues to fight so hard for justice for Peter.Writing and research by Aurora Cady.Original music and audio production by Louis Levesque.For inquiries: louis14levesque@gmail.comF O L L O W  U S ! ! !I N S T A G R A M -- @murdermurdernewsT W I T T E R --  @mmurdernewsF A C E B O O K -- https://www.facebook.com/mmntruecrime/T I K T O K -- @murdermurdernewsY O U T U B E -- MurderMurder NewsJoin our Facebook Group | to chat about true crime, and to join our virtual book club!Check out MurderMurder.news for the latest breaking true crime news!For business inquiries: murdermurdernews@gmail.comSubmit a  spooky story: https://murdermurder.news/story-submission-form/-------------LINKS + SOURCES:Justice for Peter Schnellhardt - Facebook Grouphttps://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/bc-killing-peter-schnellhardthttps://www.mycariboonow.com/49776/13-years-later-schnellhardts-family-still-seeking-justice-in-williams-lake-homicide/To Report a Tip About Peter's Murder:RCMP GRCStaff Seargent Todd Wiebe250-649-3907 Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/murdermurdernews)

Thirst World Problems Podcast
The List That Will Change Your Life or Give You Diabetes!

Thirst World Problems Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:08


(00:20) The episode opens up with Bell breaking down the top 5 non-alcoholic drinks of all time. This isn't just his opinion this is the absolute definitive list. Period... or so he tells us. (10:24)The guys switch it up and Nick goes into his love for beautiful British Columbia and his hatred of the outdoors. Don't worry you're not the only one that is confused. (26:23) Lakers team building in Vegas and Kyrie's stance on vaccination closes out the show as the guys get into a heated discussion! Pour yourself a drink, pick a side, and come join the conversation on Thirst World Problems.   Subscribe for FREE and leave us a cool review, then follow us on Twitter and IG @thirstworldpod... What too much? Have a great idea for a topic or story you want to share with us? Would you like to be a guest on the show? Leave us a voicemail at www.thirstworldproblems.ca or get at us at thirstworldpod@gmail.com

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with The Zolas

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 44:35


We had the pleasure of interviewing The Zolas over Zoom video! From of the far-flung shores of British Columbia and two decades late for the cover of Select Magazine, The Zolas prove with Come Back to Life that you can take a step back to move forward.“In our jam space we started fucking around with this nostalgic vibe: like a warped memory of the Britpop music we obsessed over as kids but never got to make. Eventually it seemed obvious we had to follow that feeling and make an album of it. I had just come off a long period of writing pop music for other people [including ‘L.A. Hallucinations' from Carly Rae Jepsen's critically acclaimed album Emotion] and a co-writing trip in Europe [with artists such as Starsailor's James Walsh] and it was a spiritual thing to be in a dank room playing loud with our band again.”Several years since the release of 2016's radio-smashing, Juno-nominated breakthrough Swooner, the group was ready to start a new cycle and a new direction. “We thought it was hilarious to make a Britpop record at a time when nobody but us is listening to that,” Gray muses. “but we have our little clique and that made us more excited to do what we want and say fuck it to how it might be received.”The frontman describes Come Back to Life as a collision between the soundtracks for Danny Boyle's culture-jamming Trainspotting and Baz Luhrmann's radical re-imagining of Romeo + Juliet. “This is the 21st century heir to those soundtracks,” he declares. But for all the swaggeringly self-confident vocals and soaring wonderwall guitars on epics like “Yung Dicaprio” and “Miles Away”, the Zolas aimed for more than carbon copying a classic sound.“There's so many sounds we love that came out of the mid-90s UK; britpop and acid-house and trip-hop all carrying on in parallel scenes.  If felt right to cross-pollinate this album with all of that,” Gray says. “So we'd write simple songs in our jam space and then steal sounds from the Prodigy or Primal Scream or the Happy Mondays or Tricky whenever it felt good.”While Come Back to Life is an unrepentantly joyful sonic love letter to a magical time, the Zolas aren't afraid to get serious on the lyrical side of things.“Honestly every album I've ever written is about nostalgia and the apocalypse and this one's no different” Gray laughs, “but looking at it now these songs feel really specific to our moment in time. It's a cross-section of conversations I've had  and overheard in these past few years. Conversations we've all been a part of whether we like it or not.”Come Back to Life touches on everything from waking up to Canada's appalling treatment of its First Nations (“Wreck Beach/Totem Park”) to global wealth disparity (“I Feel the Transition”) to artists being priced out of the cities they've helped make great (“Bombs Away”).Gray is at his most potently poignant on “PrEP”, which came out of a reddit thread asking users to share their first-hand accounts of the '80s AIDS epidemic. “I've cried at more than a few reddit threads, but never like this. Everybody should read this.”“My dad [playwright John MacLachlan Gray] was in theatre, so in lots of baby photos I'm being held by friends of his I don't recognize,” Gray reminisces. “One day I asked him about them, and it turns out every one of them are gone. They were probably gone within five years of the pictures being taken. Now by some miracle HIV is totally manageable and it pisses me off that we're not all out there celebrating the light at the end of such a long, dark tunnel.”Consider, then, Come Back to Life being inspired by the past on multiple levels, quite rightly making the Zolas thrilled about the band's future.“I'm dead happy just being in this band right now. We love making noise together, we're chasing the same vision, and lyrically I've never felt more on it,” Gray says with a brashness straight from the bucket-hatted heyday of Britpop. “It's nice to have a Kanye moment where you look at your output and go ‘This is the greatest shit that's coming out this year.' As cute Canadians we tend to shy away from feeling ourselves like that but it's the truth.”We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheZolas #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! 

Midnight Train Podcast
The British Columbia Foot Problem

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 113:24


Today on the train we're switching up gears a bit. Tonight we are discussing British Columbia's foot problems. Did you know that the most common foot problem in British Columbia and actually the world is athlete's foot? Well it's true! The feet are made of up 26 bones each, making them one of the most intricate areas of the body. Nevertheless, according to the College of Podiatry, a person will walk an estimated 150,000 miles in their lifetime, roughly the equivalent of walking around the world six times. Improper footwear, diabetes, and aging are some of the chief contributors to foot problems. Bunions are another of the biggest four problems. Bunions are abnormalities of the feet that cause a bump to develop on the large toe joint. This can cause the big toe to turn slightly inward. Doctors call bunions “hallux valgus.”   Women are more likely to have bunions due to increased pressures from narrow footwear. Wait...I think I got the wrong notes… What are we talking about? Oh… Shit… Yes, the British Columbia foot problem… Sorry, it had nothing so with actual foot problems. If you know it's… It is much stranger and a bit more macabre than bunions… Maybe… Bunions are gross.    So the British Columbia foot problem… What exactly is it? Well when most people go to the beach they are on the lookout for cool shells, maybe some crabs or other animals, good looking ladies and gents, but on the shores of the Salish sea, in the Pacific northwest, people are on the lookout for something else… Human feet. Yep… Human feet.    On August 20, 2007, a 12-year-old girl spotted a lone blue-and-white running shoe—a men's size 12—on a beach of British Columbia's Jedediah Island. She looked inside, and found a sock. She looked inside the sock, and found a foot. That in and of itself, while kinda gross, isn't necessarily a really strange thing. But Six days later on nearby Gabriola Island, a Vancouver couple enjoying a seaside hike came across a black-and-white Reebok. Inside it was another decomposing foot. It, too, was a men's size 12. The two feet clearly didn't belong to the same person; not only were the shoes themselves different, but they both contained right feet.   Police were stunned. “Two being found in such a short period of time is quite suspicious,” Garry Cox of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police told the Vancouver Sun. “Finding one foot is like a million to one odds, but to find two is crazy. I've heard of dancers with two left feet, but come on.”   So now we've got something weird going on right… Well maybe but let's not jump the gun….ok let's jump the gun. In the following year, 2008, five more feet were found on the shores of the islands of British Columbia in the Salish Sea.    Needless to say people started freaking out. Speculation came from everyone. Ranging from plane crashes and ship wrecks to serial killers, to aliens. Moody thinks it was all people who pissed off sasquatch.    All in all as of January 1st 2019, 21 feet have been found in total. So what is going on up there? Well let's take a look at the first and see if that helps.    The ass says before the first four was found in Augusta 2007. According to an article on the Vancouver Sun,  a girl visiting from Washington picked up a size 12 Adidas shoe and opened the sock to find a man's right foot. What a vacation! They ended up finding out that The remains were those of a missing man suffering from depression. There's not much known about the man other than that. The family never revealed much.    Within a week, on August 26, 2007, another foot was found. A man's right foot, discovered by a couple, also disarticulated due to decay. It was waterlogged and appeared to have been taken ashore by an animal. It probably floated ashore from the south. According to the Vancouver Sun again. This foot was found in a size 12 Reebok shoe. It was obviously a different person due to the site you're and the fact it was another right foot.    February 8, 2008, number 3 popped up. It was another right foot belonging to a man. This time on a size 11 Nike.  May 22, 2008 number 4. This time it was a woman's foot that was found. And yes we're 4 for 4 on the right feet. CBS news reported The fourth foot was discovered on an island in the Fraser Delta between Richmond and Delta, British Columbia. It was also wearing a sock and sneaker. the shoe was a new balance. It is thought to have washed down the Fraser River, having nothing to do with the ones found in the Gulf Islands. According to our friends at the Vancouver sun.   June 16th, 2008 two hikers came across number five. CBS news reported that it was a man's  left foot. It was found floating in the water in Delta. According to cbs, It has been confirmed that the left foot found on June 16 on Westham Island and the right foot found February 8 on Valdes Island belonged to the same man. We have a match!!!   So number 3 and number 5 are a match!   Number six showed up on August 1, 2008. This was the first one not found in British Columbia, it was found near Pysht, Washington. According to CTV news, it was confirmed that the foot was human. Police say the large black-top, size 11 athletic shoe for a right foot contains bones and flesh.The RCMP and Clallam County Sheriff's Department agreed on August 5 that the foot could have been carried south from Canadian waters.   November 11, 2008, number 7. a A shoe that was found floating in the Fraser River in Richmond.The shoe was described as a small New Balance running shoe, possibly a woman's shoe. New balance eh? Sound familiar? A woman's new balance. Well it should because the foot was linked via DNA testing to foot number 4. They belonged to the same woman. Eventually it would be known that this woman jumped from the Pattullo Bridge in New Westminster in April 2004. This one was seemingly a suicide.    Number 8 come on down, your the next contestant on Who's Foot Is This! October 27, 2009A right foot in a size 8½ Nike running shoe on a beach in Richmond. The remains were identified as a Vancouver-area man who was reported missing in January 2008. The Vancouver Sun gave us this info… shocker we know.    Number 9. A woman's or child's right foot was found on Whidbey island on August 27 2010, without a shoe or sock. This foot was determined to have been in the water for two months. Detective Ed Wallace of the Island County Sheriff's Office released a statement saying the foot would be tested for DNA. However, there was no match found in the national DNA database. Guess where we got this info from...WRONG… CBS news.. Hahaha got ya bitches!   On December 5th 2010 we reach#10. Ten fucking feet found.. only two matching pairs.    This was another one found outside, but near British Columbia. It was found in the tidal flats in Tacoma Washington. Sadly this one likely belonged to a young boy. The boot was a boys size 6 hiking boot. Thanks Vancouver Sun.   Hey Vancouver Sun any info on number 11? Oh you do? Well let's hear it.  On August 30, 2011, in a man's size 9 running shoe. It was a blue and white shoe. It was found floating next to the Plaza of Nations marina, attached to the lower leg bones. Yuck. Investigators said that there wasn't any sign of foul play though and the leg was naturally disarticulated due to decomposition in the water. The sex of this victim was not determined.    Hey guys, guess what, there's more.. Shall we press on?    November 4, 2011 number 12 is found. A man's right foot inside a size 12 hiking boot was discovered by a group of campers in a pool of fresh water at Sasamat Lake near Port Moody. Fucking Moody. A year later this foot was identified by the B.C. Coroner's Service as that of Stefan Zahorujko, a local fisherman who went missing in 1987. Again foul play was not expected as chickens are generally not able to remove the feet of humans.    Lucky number 13, well not so lucky in this case. This one brings us back to the states. Lake Union in Seattle to be more specific. Human leg bone and foot in a black plastic bag under the Ship Canal Bridge. As of January 2, 2012, the medical examiner had not found a cause of death or identified the body. This one sounds nice and shady. Also where the fuck were you on this one Vancouver Sun, we had to get this info from the Seattle times.. Jeeze.   Anyway, back to Vancouver. January 26, 2012 number 14 is found. According to, of course, the Vancouver Sun, On January 26, 2012, the remains of "what appears to be human bones inside a boot" were found in the sand along the water line at the dog park near the Maritime Museum at the foot of Arbutus Street, in Vancouver. This one doesn't show up in some of the stories about this issue only because it seems that they never confirmed it was human. At least not that we could find, which is strange. But… Whatever.   According to fox news "Adding to one of the great mysteries of the Pacific Northwest, a human foot still in a tennis shoe was found near Seattle's Pier 86 Tuesday." Tuesday was may 6 2014, and this was number 15. "It could be debris from Japan. It could be debris from the airplane that had crashed into the water. I wouldn't be surprised,” resident Karen Klett said. Volunteers cleaning up trash made the discovery and immediately called police.A local expert on tides told Q13 Fox News the feet could be local or they could come into the Sound by way of the Strait of Georgia in Canada or the Strait of Juan de Fuca here at home. The New Balance model 622 athletic shoe was white with blue trim, size men's 10½. It was A left foot.    Ladies, do you remember your sweet sixteen? Was it memorable? Did you get a car?  Big party? Severed foot? Wait… What? Well number 16 was found February 7, 2016. Hikers on Botanical Beach, near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island, found a foot in a sock and running shoe. We could not find any information on if this one was ever identified.   She's only 17...SEVENTEEN! Only five days after number 26 was found… Number 17 popped up. On February 12, 2016 A foot washed up near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island. This foot was found to match the one that washed up 5 days before.    Now to number 18. Almost there folks! The discovery was made by a man walking his dogs along the beach at around 8 a.m. along the Jordan river again on Vancouver Island. One of the dogs found the foot.    Number 19 was found May 6, 2018 on gabriola Island in British Columbia. Around noon, a man walking along the shore near South Road found a foot inside a hiking boot stuck in a logjam.   Number 20. September 20, 2018. The foot was found  within a light grey Nike Free RN shoe on the shore near the 30th Street beach access point in West Vancouver.   The size 9.5 shoe was manufactured between February 1 and April 17, 2017, and has a white base and a black Nike swoosh. The foot was in a blue sock. The test revealed that the foot belonged to a male.   The B.C. Coroners Service's identification specialist believes that the foot belonged to a man under the age of 50, based on its bone structure.   According to the West Vancouver Police Department, there is no evidence of a death from foul play at this point. DNA testing would eventually link this to a male who went missing in 2018.     Number 21 was another one that was found in the US. January 1, 2019 it was found on jetty Island in Everett Washington. The foot was found in a bit and DNA later linked it to Antonio Neill. At the time of the identification officials shockingly attenuated that Neill was presumed dead. His mother Jenny Neill believes someone harmed her son.   “We are no closer to finding what happened to him,” she said Tuesday. “We have had a lot of leads that are just rumors. We feel that someone is responsible for this, and we need help finding whoever did this.” He'd been staying in his car or on couches in 2016. Around the time he went missing, his car was stolen. Antonio was 22 when he went missing. His mother has seen no evidence confirming he was alive after December 2016.   Ok so those are the feet that have been found. We will post a picture that shows locations, and another with a little more info on the people they may have belonged to. Many of the get have been linked to missing people, and a couple to suicide. But aside from those suicides, what happened to those linked to missing people.    Theories range far and wide. From plane crashes, to human trafficking, aliens, and yes… Bigfoot.    One early suggestion was the quadra Island plane crash. The locations each of the first give feet were found in the first year seems to indicate they were from the similar sources (via body decomposition) and the time of discovery Oceanographists determined no known currents could have contributed to the spread. Detectives at the time had theorized the feet came from the 5 person fatality Quadra Island plane crash that occurred approximately 60–90 miles northwest in 2005 . The image below shows the locations of the five feet found in 2007–2008 with the location of the Quadra Island plane crash in Blue. It is likely that some of the feet originate from this plane crash, but there is no proof to date that this is the case; four bodies remain unrecovered. At first, the Quadra Island plane crash makes sense regarding the origin of said feet, but later DNA testing showed one of the feet was female, with the plane crash victims (5 total) were all men.    Other theorists believe the coastline is being used as a body dump for organized crime activity; a third scenario is a serial killer is at work.   In the past few years, more than 20 men in the Vancouver area have gone missing. Their disappearances have never been accounted for despite pleas from families for information.    There is a faction of the public who believe that many of these discoveries are due to alien abduction and that of course the fact is being covered up. There may be some evidence to back up this claim! Ufology Research, an organization  in Canada,  has collected and analyzed Canadian UFO report data since 1989. Their 2017 survey showed that a total of 1,101 sightings were reported across the country, at a rate of roughly three per day — the fifth highest number since the group began collecting data in 1989. The survey also showed that there was an average of two witnesses per UFO sighting and that the sightings lasted about 15 minutes each. Many witnesses were police officers, pilots and other people with keen observational skills. In 2017 British Columbia had the third most reported UFO sightings in Canada. Hmmm maybe… Just maybe there's something to this.   Then again maybe not. 10 out of the 15 feet have been identified as belonging to people who died either accidentally—by falling off a boat or being swept away by a large wave—or by suicide. but what about the rest?     The location of the feet washing up isn't that that strange actually. Given the tidal currents of the area it actually makes sense that the feet are collecting in the area. 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Unfound
Episode 271: Ashley Simpson: In A Distant Place

Unfound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 115:13


Ashley Simpson was a 32 year old from St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. She had once worked at a gold mine and had a tattoo that said Gypsy. On April 27, 2016, Ashley and the man she was living with got into an argument in Salmon Arm, British Columbia after going on a trip for the day. The man says Ashley picked up her things and walked off. She was never seen again.Article:https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/family-missing-bc-woman-5-years-since-disappearance-1.6007325YouTube Map analysis video:https://youtu.be/cEVrOHOMv5EIf you have any information regarding the disappearance of Ashley Simpson, please contact the RCMP's Southeast District Major Crime Unit Information Line at 1-877-987-8477.Unfound supports accounts on Pandora, Audible, Podomatic, iTunes, Spotify, iHeart, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Deezer, and YouTube.--speaking of YouTube, on Wednesday nights at 9pm ET, please join us for the Unfound Live Show. All of you can talk with me and I can answer your questions.--Contribute to Unfound at Patreon.com/unfounpodcast.--You can also contribute at Paypal: paypal.me/unfoundpodcast--I also need to give a shout out to all the people who have monetarily contributed usingSuperChat during the Live Show on Wednesday nights.--thank you for watching and thank you for donating.--the email address: unfoundpodcast@gmail.com.--Merchandise:--The books at Amazon.com in both ebook and print form.--do not forget the reviews.--shirts at unfound-podcast.myshopify.com--or you can track down my assistant Heather in the Facebook Group.--playing cards at makeplayingcards.com/sell/unfoundpodcast--the website: the unfoundpodcast.com--And please mention Unfound at all true crime websites and forums. Thank you

Heart podcast
Benefits of sodium glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitors across the spectrum of cardiovascular diseases

Heart podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 23:46


In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Guarav Gulsin from the University of British Columbia. They cover everything you need to know about this class of drugs for use in heart disease and beyond following the publication of a comprehensive review paper in Heart. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and computer. Also, please consider leaving us a review at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/heart-podcast/id445358212?mt=2 Link to published paper: https://heart.bmj.com/content/early/2021/05/09/heartjnl-2021-319185

Divine Nobodies
Embracing The Goddess with Grace Ohm

Divine Nobodies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 81:27


There was a calm confidence to her cadence.  She was a soft yet profoundly powerful movement of graceful presence and  unshakable courage; and when she spoke you could feel the sincerity in her words and the humility in her voice.  For years Jenn and I have contemplated the dynamics of what makes something beautiful.  Beauty is such a mysterious force, yet we attempt to define it in largely superficial ways.  Is it a sunset or a memory? Is it a story between two lovers? Is it a first kiss or the warmth of our mothers love? Perhaps it is all of those things, but does it end there? Is beauty something that is illuminated through a series of experiences? The powerful thing about beauty is that to understand it, it seems we must undergo many seasons of spiritual and emotional evolution. It seems that every emotion we feel, every joy felt, every heart break, every happiness and every sadness experienced,  leads us closer and closer to understanding what beauty means.  In the end, perhaps beauty falls somewhere in between our struggles and our happiness.  Our joy and our pain. Our strength and our softness.  Our masculine and our feminine. This is where we felt Grace to be. In this episode, we sit down with female empowerment coach Grace Ohm as she shares her journey into spiritual awakening, mediumship and what exactly it means to fully embody and embrace the divine feminine goddess within! Guest Bio: Grace Ohm is an emerging and representative force for female empowerment. She is a woman's coach, motivational speaker and summit facilitator for her unique and special brand of wellness "Conscious Queendom". It is a program devotionally dedicated to illuminating the sacred feminine and healing the sisterhood wound. She has dedicated her life to awakening the divine feminine and helping our sisters embody their deepest truth and radiant light. She is also an energy worker, channeler and psychic from British Columbia.    In this episode we discuss,   - Grace's journey in spiritual awakening - Calling in her twin flame and partner - What it means to embody the divine feminine - Healing the sisterhood wound - Why women fear each other - Dreams, astral projection and walk ins - Learning to accept our shadow - Our mess is our message - Divine Feminine Dynamics - How psychic energy is felt - Communicating with spirits   Watch the full video episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0v9_1kU-5c Divine Nobodies Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/divine.nobo... Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/7uiWvCa... Divine Nobodies on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast..   Contact: info@divine-nobodies.com Booking: booking@divine-nobodies.com Website: www.divine-nobodies.com Guest IG: @conscious.queendom Podcast IG: @divine.nobodies.podcast  

Kara and Caleb
Ep. 31 - Psychedelics, Microdosing and The Future Of Mental Health With Kelsey Ramsden CEO Of Mindcure

Kara and Caleb

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 69:14


Note: Intro ends and our conversation with Kelsey begins at 11min mark.Hey friends, and welcome back to another episode and we're so excited that you are here! This week's episode is so insightful, full of incredible research, and we know you're going to love it. Kelsey Ramsden is the Co-Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer Mind Cure Health. With over fifteen years founding, scaling, and operating innovative companies across Canada and the Caribbean, Kelsey Ramsden is globally recognized for building multiple multimillion-dollar businesses.MINDCURE'S mission is to identify and develop products that ease suffering, increase productivity, and enhance mental health. It was born, in part, as a response to the mental health crisis and the need to find effective treatments in areas beyond psychiatry. These include digital therapeutics, neuro-supports, and psychedelics. Referring to MINDCURE as the Netflix of Mental Health, Ramsden cites that the company's digital therapeutics platform iSTRYM has parallel qualities, constantly optimizing and customizing to provide predictive, personalized recommendations.Kelsey is so insightful on the power of psychedelics to help people heal. Kelsey defines mental health as the investment in ourselves and our body from the neck up and she sees mental wealth as a space that can be held and served in a revolutionary and integrated way. On this episode we talk about: The power of psychedelics to heal traumaWhat actually happens in a psilocybin journeyCurrent research happening around various psychedelics to healHow to know if a journey is right for youThe future of microdosingYou can find Kelsey on Instagram at @kelseyramsdenYou can find Kelsey's website here: https://www.mindcure.com/You can find Kara on Instagram @bykaraeliseYou can find Caleb on Instagram @Caleb_campbellYou can find Kara + Caleb on TikTok, @karaandcalebKelsey Ramsden Full Bio:With over fifteen years founding, scaling, and operating innovative companies across Canada and the Caribbean, Kelsey Ramsden is globally recognized for building multiple multimillion-dollar businesses. She twice earned the honor of being named Canada's Top Female Entrepreneur and serves on the Entrepreneurship Council for the University of Western Ontario. Kelsey is a renowned thought leader and published author and holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. Accomplishments include founding construction firm Belvedere Place Development and residential project-management company Tallus Ridge Development in British Columbia – breaking barriers in traditionally male dominated fields.“All my life I was the organizer and hub in the spoke of many circles,”“That's how my MBA world met my psychedelic world.” As President and CEO of MINDCURE, Ramsden is banking on a different kind of wealth: mental. “There are folks making compounds, folks getting clinical data, folks doing great work in these areas….but I see mental wealth – that's the investment in ourselves and our body from the neck up – as a market that can be held and served in a revolutionary and integrated way.”MINDCURE'S mission is to identify and develop products that ease suffering, increase productivity, and enhance mental health. It was born, in part, as a response to the mental health crisis and the need to find effective treatments in areas beyond psychiatry. These include digital therapeutics, neuro-supports, and psychedelics. Referring to MINDCURE as the Netflix of Mental Health, Ramsden cites that the company's digital therapeutics platform iSTRYM has parallel qualities, constantly optimizing and customizing to provide predictive, personalized recommendations.“Our tech is more deliberate than others' and at scale, I believe we will have the largest psychedelic repository of human experience data -- which means we can shorten the time it takes to heal.”With a psychedelic Renaissance underway, Ramsden finds herself a pioneer on a frontier (again) – and with the most precious of commodities. “We have one mind,” she said. “It's our greatest asset.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Desert Tiger Podcast
Ed Durocher of Apollo Suns on 'Lake Country', building their online presence, signing w/ Color Red!

Desert Tiger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 31:48


Ed Durocher, guitarist of award winning Jazz group Apollo Suns, returns to the DTP to take us behind the groups new single ‘Lake Country'! ‘Lake Country' is our first taste of an upcoming 3rd EP from the Suns, and was written as a love letter to British Columbia, an ode to the province that most quickly embraced the group outside of their hometown of Winnipeg.  Ed also chats with us about building the bands online presence & the connection w/ fans, signing with Color Red & building a following in the USA, learning to be patient, & much more!! Watch the video version:   Connect with Apollo Suns: ----- Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Bandcamp: Youtube: ----- Support Colton Gee & Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @   Follow Colton Gee & Desert Tiger   -----

Morning Cup Of Murder
The Arrogant Killer - October 13 2021 - Todays True Crime

Morning Cup Of Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:36


NEW HALLOWEEN MERCH IS OUT NOW!  https://www.bonfire.com/store/morningcupofmurder/ October 13th: Terry Driver Kills (1995) Not every killer is a criminal mastermind. Some make obvious mistakes that end up earning them a spot behind bars. On October 13th 1995 2 teenage girls were brutally attacked in Abbotsford, British Columbia. And, the man responsible, would end up behind bars simply because he could not keep his mouth shut and his fingers from dialing 911.  Join the Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/morningcupofmurder Follow Morning Cup of Murder on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cupofmurder @cupofmurder Follow MCOM on Instagram: @morningcupofmurder Have a Murder or strange local true crime story you want to share, or you just want to say hi? Email the show here: morningcupofmurder@gmail.com Morning Cup of Murder is researched, written and performed by Korina Biemesderfer. Follow Korina on Instagram: @kbiemesderfer Morning Cup of Murder is Edited and Produced by Dillon Biemesderfer Follow Dillon on instagram: @dungeonsanddillons Information for this episode collected from: Wikipedia, Medium.com, Murderpedia, securusresearch.wixsite.com, cbc.ca, theglobeandmail.com, peoplemagazine.co.za, darkpoutine.com

The Four Jack Podcast - A Global Golf Podcast
Episode 219. Thanksgiving Weekend & Shriners Children's Open Recap

The Four Jack Podcast - A Global Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 41:10


In this episode we get back on board the "I'm with Im" train and celebrate Sungjae Im's second win on the PGA Tour! We dive into the week in Vegas and the sleepy weekend on the Tour but also chat about the electrifying week on the Champions tour, with Mickelson's third win with the old boys. We cover the great viewing experience of the Founders Cup on the LPGA tour and Rafa Carbrera Bello's masterful win at his nation's Open. We also chat about our unexpected Arv Olsen award from the PGA of British Columbia and what an honour it is to receive! We talk about our new found love of Squid Game and some of our favourite thanksgiving golf memories! All that and much more! If you have any questions or feedback please email us at fourjackpodcast@gmail.com If you like the podcast please rate, review and share with your friends! Cheers. https://www.instagram.com/sungjaeim330/ https://www.instagram.com/shrinersopen/ https://www.instagram.com/pgaofbc/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefourjackpod/support

First Voices Radio
10/10/21 - Christine Diindiisi McCleave, Lori Jump

First Voices Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 60:00


In early June 2021, remains of 215 Indigenous children were found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, Canada. The school was one of the largest Indian residential schools in Canada and operated from the late 19th century to the late 1970s. Indigenous children, some as young as 3 years old, we were forcibly taken from their families and put into residential schools in Canada. This is also what happened in Native boarding schools in the U.S. during the same time period — children's hair was cut off, they were forbidden to speak their Indigenous languages, and to see their families. Some didn't return home for many years and some never returned. Tiokasin Ghosthorse speaks with Christine Diindiisi McCleave (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe), CEO, National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition about the organization's support of the introduction of a U.S. Bill for a Truth and Healing Commission on Indian Boarding School Policies. Christine is a leader and an activist for Indigenous rights advocating for truth, justice and healing for the genocidal policy of U.S. Indian Boarding Schools. She has dedicated her life and work to pursuing truth and healing for the Indigenous survivors of historical trauma at the hands of colonialism and settler-states. Visit https://boardingschoolhealing.org/October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to the National Institute of Justice, domestic violence disproportionately impacts Native Americans and Alaska Natives, with more than 1.5 million Native women and 1.4 million Native men experiencing violence during their lifetime, often by non-Native perpetrators. Domestic violence among Native Americans is not natural or traditional. The domination and subjugation of Native Americans began with colonization and continues today. Colonization was responsible for the theft, occupation, pollution and exploitation of Indigenous lands. Today, Natives who are living in tribal communities on or near lands that are exploited by extractive industries face the highest rates of domestic and sexual violence. Tiokasin talks with Lori Jump (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians), executive director of StrongHearts Native Helpline, a 24/7 culturally appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives. Lori is the former executive director and current board member of Uniting Three Fires Against Violence, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault tribal coalition in Michigan. She served on the Federal Task Force researching Violence Against American Indians and Alaska Native Women and has more than 26 years of tribal advocacy experience in her community. StrongHearts Native Helpline can be reached by calling or texting 1-844-762-8483 or clicking on the chat icon at strongheartshelpline.org.Production Credits:Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive ProducerLiz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), ProducerMalcolm Burn, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NY Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio Editor Music Selections:1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song), Artist: Moana and the Moa Hunters, CD: Tahi (1993), Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand)(00:00:44)2. Song Title: All Along the Watchtower, Artist: Featuring Warren Haynes, Ivan Neville, Cyril Neville and John Cruz, CD: Listen to the Music (2018), Label: Motema Music(00:23:28) 3. Song Title: The Path (acoustic version), Artist: Vince Fontaine's Indian City, CD: Code Red (November 2021), Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:50:50) 4. Song Title: Above the Bones, Artist: Mishka, CD: Above the Bones (2009), Label: Mishka Music(00:54:33)

RNZ: Nine To Noon
The fight to save British Columbia's wild salmon

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 26:26


Field biologist Alexandra Morton has been on a 30 year crusade to save British Columbia's wild salmon taking on governments and industry. Her extensive research has shone a light on the detrimental impact of ocean based salmon farming off Canada's west coast. Alexandra Morton's latest book Not on My Watch has been described as a roadmap of resistance.

Proven and Probable
SILVER HAMMER MINING - The Next Pure Silver Play in the U.S.

Proven and Probable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 11:50


Silver Hammer Mining | CSE: HAMR | OTCQX: HAMRF) Website: https://silverhammermining.com/ Silver Strand: https://silverhammermining.com/silver-strand/ Corporate Presentation: https://silverhammermining.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Silver-Hammer-Mining-Investor-Presentation-Fall-2021-Oc.pdfPresentation-August-2021-FINAL-.pdf Twitter: https://twitter.com/silverhmr Contact: 604.908.1695 Silver Hammer Mining is focused on building a multi mine silver production company. Its growing asset portfolio includes the recently acquired past-producing Silver Strand and Burnt Cabin mines located in the renowned Coeur d'Alene mining district in Idaho, USA, one of the most prolific silver districts in the world and the earlier stage Lacy Gold-Silver project in British Columbia, Canada. The Silver Strand Project - The Silver Strand Mine has a 5.5km strike length in the Coeur d' Alene mining district in Idaho. - Located in North Idaho's Silver Valley along Interstate 90. - The district is known for its depth potential with numerous deposits and has produced over 1.2 billion ounces of silver. Lakewood Exploration is partner and we are shareholders. Website| www.provenandprobable.com Call me directly at 855.505.1900 or email: Maurice@MilesFranklin.com Precious Metals FAQ - https://www.milesfranklin.com/faq-mau...​ Proven and Probable Where we deliver Mining Insights & Bullion Sales. I'm a licensed broker for Miles Franklin Precious Metals Investments (https://www.milesfranklin.com/contact/​) Where we provide unlimited options to expand your precious metals portfolio, from physical delivery, offshore depositories, and precious metals IRA's. Call me directly at (855) 505-1900 or you may email maurice@milesfranklin.com. Proven and Probable provides insights on mining companies, junior miners, gold mining stocks, uranium, silver, platinum, zinc & copper mining stocks, silver and gold bullion in Canada, the US, Australia, and beyond. We cannot confirm if Eric Sprott or Rick Rule are shareholders.

Creative Peacemeal
Lisa Brideau, Author

Creative Peacemeal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 40:21


Author, and Scientist, Lisa Brideau joins the show to talk about a variety of topics ranging from writing tidbits, fave TV shows,  the influence her job has on her writing, and much more.LISA BRIDEAU (‘bree-doe') was born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada in the unceded territory of the Mi'kmaw People. Her writing is inspired by the ridiculous quantities of science fiction she read during her formative years with a crust of CanLit layered on top.She has degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Carleton University and Urban Planning from the University of British Columbia and currently works as a sustainability policy expert. When she takes breaks from trying to prevent catastrophic climate change, she likes to write speculative fiction or practice her waltz. She lives in Vancouver, BC with her partner and their herd of cats. She is most likely cuddling a cat right now.Here is the list of craft books she enjoys. - Anatomy of Story by John Truby- Reading Like a Writer by Francine Prose- The Art of Subtext by Charles Baxter- Consider This by Chuck PalahniukTo learn more about today's guest, Lisa Brideau, check out these links.Website: https://www.lisabrideau.com/aboutTwitter: @lisabrideau2To listen to more episodes, connect with host, Tammy, or to support the podcast follow these linksWebsite https://tstakaishi.wixsite.com/musicInstagram @creative_peacemeal_podcastFacebook https://www.facebook.com/creativepeacemealpod/

Six Pixels of Separation Podcast - By Mitch Joel
SPOS #796 - Indira Samarasekera On Leadership And Nerve

Six Pixels of Separation Podcast - By Mitch Joel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 56:08


Welcome to episode #796 of Six Pixels of Separation. Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation - Episode #796 - Host: Mitch Joel. Internationally recognized as one of Canada's leading engineers, Dr. Indira V. Samarasekera has led an amazing career. Indira has been awarded the E.W.R. Steacie Fellowship, the Peter Lougheed award for leadership in public policy and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. She is an Officer of the Order of Canada and a Foreign Associate of the National Academy of Engineering. A former president and vice-chancellor of the University of Alberta, Indira has honorary degrees from the University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, the University of Waterloo, Queen's University Belfast, University of Montréal and the University of Western Ontario. She is also the first woman president ever at the University of Alberta. Indira is a member of the board of directors for Scotiabank and Magna International, and a member of the advisory board for Canada's Outstanding CEO of the Year award. She serves on the boards of the Asia-Pacific Foundation and the Rideau Hall Foundation. Most recently, she has co-authored the book, Nerve - Lessons on Leadership From Two Women Who Went First with Martha Piper. This is a conversation about leadership, mentorship and the different routes to lead. Enjoy the conversation... Running time: 56:07. Hello from beautiful Montreal. Subscribe over at Apple Podcasts. Please visit and leave comments on the blog - Six Pixels of Separation. Feel free to connect to me directly on Facebook here: Mitch Joel on Facebook. or you can connect on LinkedIn. ...or on Twitter. Here is my conversation with Dr. Indira V. Samarasekera. Nerve - Lessons on Leadership From Two Women Who Went First. Martha Piper. Follow Indira on Twitter. This week's music: David Usher 'St. Lawrence River'.    

Mile High Endurance Podcast
Skye Moench Chattanooga Champ

Mile High Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 64:38


When we last spoke to Skye Moench we had no idea that later this year she would race The Collin's Cup, finish 6th at 7.0 World Champs and then crush IM Chattanooga by more than 25 minutes.  Skye Moench's dominating win at IRONMAN Chattanooga with a greater than 25-minute lead just a week after St George.    Show Sponsor: VENGA CBD Thanks very much to Venga CBD for helping make the show possible. Venga CBD is not like most CBD companies who just post a bunch of products and hope you figure it out. Venga was started in Colorado by athletes like you who wanted a better way to use CBD to help fight pain, train longer, race harder and recover faster. That's why they created a SYSTEM of CBD products for athletes and only have 4 products that cover 100% of your CBD needs. I use it every day in one form or another! Each product is specifically made to support an area of your endurance life from training to racing to recovery. Combined together the Venga CBD system is designed to make you unstoppable! Save a whopping 30% off & get free shipping when you buy the Venga Endurance System versus buying the products separately  - seriously, this is the best deal on the market. Just go to https://vengaendurance.com/303podcast to order yours today. First-time order is 30% off with code (303PODCAST).  We've also added 50% off your first month's subscription with code (303SUBSCRIPTION).   In Today's Show Feature interview with Skye Moench (IM Chattanooga winner) Endurance News No, Running Doesn't Wear Down Your Cartilage. It Strengthens Your Joints. What's new in the 303 Small Town America at the Heart of Gravel Racing? The Rad Dirt in Trinidad Shows Us Why Video of the Week Ironman Chattanooga Highlights   Interview Sponsor: UCAN Take your performance to the next level with UCAN Energy and Bars made with SuperStarch®  UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars to fuel serious athletes.  UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products.  Steady energy equals sustained performance! You put in the training, so don't let nutrition limit your performance.  Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly!  Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co,    Interview with Skye Moench A little over two years ago Skye won the 2019 Ironman European Championship Frankfurt. In April of this year we interviewed Skye.  At this point in the season she was fresh off a 6th at Challenge Daytona and 5th at Challenge Miami.  Skye had already made an amazing comeback from her bike crash the kept her from racing at Kona back in 2019.  We came away from that interview with a headline of "Skye's Comeback".  We had no idea at that time that later this year she would be on the final list for The Collin's Cup, finish 6th at 7.0 World Champs and then crush IM Chattanooga by more than 25 minutes. Was that part of the plan?  Did that win gap come as a surprise? How cool is that new purple Trek bike?   All those questions and more coming up right now with Skye Moench! Results (ironman.com)   Post interview: Skye adding another voice to the pros who thinks that The Collins Cup is a "must do" race and opportunity to connect with other pros and make new friends. Focus on the long distance and Kona.  It sounded to me that she raced St George, but goal was Kona Ironman Florida vs Ironman Cozumel     Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. It's big time training and racing season.  Buddy Insurance is the kind of peace of mind so you can enjoy your training and racing to their fullest.  Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.  You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out!   Endurance News: No, Running Doesn't Wear Down Your Cartilage. It Strengthens Your Joints. Numerous studies have shown that, contrary to what your sedentary friends may sometimes argue, running does not cause arthritis. New research shows, in fact, that running may actually help strengthen your joints against future wear and tear, says Jean-Francois Esculier, leader of research and development for The Running Clinic (headquartered near Montreal, Canada) and a medical professor at the University of British Columbia.   In a Sept. 3 paper in Sports Medicine, Esculier's team examined 43 studies that had used MRI to measure the effect of running on cartilage. One major finding of these studies, he says, was that the impact from running squeezes water out of cartilage and into the underlying bone. That means that an MRI taken immediately after running will show a decrease in cartilage thickness. So, Esculier says, “If you want to say running is bad, you can show a study that shows it reduces the thickness of the cartilage.” But the effect is transient and harmless, he says, because the moment you finish your run, the cartilage begins to reabsorb water and expand back to normal. “It only takes an hour,” he says. In fact, he says, running may actually be beneficial. Historically, Esculier says, doctors, researchers, and runners were taught that cartilage simply is what it is, and won't respond to training. “But we now know that cartilage can adapt,” he says. “Even with novice runners, after only 10 weeks, you see changes in cartilage so that it can actually tolerate more load.” What's happening, he says, is a side-effect of having fluid squeezed out of the cartilage into the underlying bone. When it comes back, he says, it brings with it nutrients that feed the cartilage and make it stronger. “So not only is running not bad for your joints, it's actually good for your joints,” he says. It isn't just beginners whose joints can strengthen with use. Studies of more experienced runners, he says, suggest that they have developed cartilage that is more resistant to the type of impacts seen in running than that of non-runners. One of the more dramatic studies looked at competitors in the TransEurope FootRace, a 4,486-kilometer mountain run (2,787 miles) that went from Sicily to northern Scandinavia in 64 days. A team of scientists followed the runners, using a portable MRI to assess them every 900 kilometers or so. Amazingly, Esculier says, they found not only that the competitors didn't have cartilage damage, but that their cartilage adapted during the race. About Bill's friend London Marathon - Raphael Pacheco Deb Connelly - Monday Running   What's New in the 303: Small Town America at the Heart of Gravel Racing? The Rad Dirt in Trinidad Shows Us Why Posted on October 5, 2021 By Becky Furuta If the heart of gravel racing is the wild west of cycling – where the rules are few and weirdness is welcomed instead of scrutinized – small town America is its soul. The lure of gravel racing is in the long, off-road adventure. It's tricky trails and hellacious hills and mud so thick it's like riding through peanut butter and rolling roads with expansive views. It's dust and limestone chunks and pea gravel that bury your tires like quicksand. Due in part to its grassroots heritage, gravel remains the antidote to the technology-driven, aggressive and often super-competitive mentality of road cycling. Most of today's gravel grinders began as small-scale events, and often with no entry fees. Despite their growth, they're dripping with the same low-key attitude that attracted participants in the first place. Small towns and gravel are perfectly paired. A convergence of factors have fueled gravel's popularity, but all speak to quiet country roads with little traffic and natural scenery. The character of these towns shape the events and the way they unfold. Trinidad, Colorado is no exception. And the quirky town on the New Mexico border may well become one of gravel's new hotspots. The small city of 9000 residents was founded in 1862 after rich coal seams were discovered in the region. By 1910, Trinidad was a company town. Colorado Fuel and Iron operated the largest steel mills in the West, and dozens of mines, coke ovens and transportation lines cropped up to support local industry. CF&I created small communities for the workers they recruited to come from Europe, believing they were less likely to try and organize. To the contrary, this led to one of the darkest chapters in American labor history. Just a few miles north of Trinidad in the Spring of 1914, Union organizer Louis Tikas and 20 others were killed in a violent company crackdown known as the Ludlow Massacre. It was a bloody insurrection that occurred in protest of brutal working conditions. Three of the victims – a woman and her two children – suffocated in the dirt pit where they were hiding. By the 1920s, the coal industry was fading but Trinidad found a new, strange prosperity when mobster Al Capone and his family took the town during prohibition. They were able to easily blend in with local Italian families who continued to call the city home. Lavish hotels, a Carnegie library, an Opera House and the oldest synagogue in the state of Colorado cropped up in what would be called “the Victorian jewel of Southern Colorado.” Just having dirt alone isn't enough to make Trinidad a gravel success story. Part of an event's draw is the community itself, and how well they embrace the cyclists who come to visit. It's about the community and the culture, the adventure and the Instagram images of rolling hills and farmland. It's about getting people to drive hours in search of something different. Trinidad seems to understand all of that. City Council members greeted riders at the start and the finish. Restaurants enthusiastically marketed to gravel tourists. (Just ask me about the singing waiters at Rino Italian Restaurant downtown.) The route featured unique terrain you won't find at other gravel events. Only time will tell if Trinidad's next identity is built around bikes and outdoor tourism, but judging by the reactions of participants in The Rad Dirt Fest, it's right on track. Trinidad, like so many other rural communities, may well become a town transformed by bikes.     Video Of The Week: Ironman Chattanooga 2021 Highlights   Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

Unfound
Episode 271: Ashley Simpson: In A Distant Place

Unfound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 115:13


Ashley Simpson was a 32 year old from St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. She had once worked at a gold mine and had a tattoo that said Gypsy. On April 27, 2016, Ashley and the man she was living with got into an argument in Salmon Arm, British Columbia after going on a trip for the day. The man says Ashley picked up her things and walked off. She was never seen again.Article:https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/family-missing-bc-woman-5-years-since-disappearance-1.6007325YouTube Map analysis video:https://youtu.be/cEVrOHOMv5EIf you have any information regarding the disappearance of Ashley Simpson, please contact the RCMP's Southeast District Major Crime Unit Information Line at 1-877-987-8477.Unfound supports accounts on Pandora, Audible, Podomatic, iTunes, Spotify, iHeart, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Deezer, and YouTube.--speaking of YouTube, on Wednesday nights at 9pm ET, please join us for the Unfound Live Show. All of you can talk with me and I can answer your questions.--Contribute to Unfound at Patreon.com/unfounpodcast.--You can also contribute at Paypal: paypal.me/unfoundpodcast--I also need to give a shout out to all the people who have monetarily contributed usingSuperChat during the Live Show on Wednesday nights.--thank you for watching and thank you for donating.--the email address: unfoundpodcast@gmail.com.--Merchandise:--The books at Amazon.com in both ebook and print form.--do not forget the reviews.--shirts at unfound-podcast.myshopify.com--or you can track down my assistant Heather in the Facebook Group.--playing cards at makeplayingcards.com/sell/unfoundpodcast--the website: the unfoundpodcast.com--And please mention Unfound at all true crime websites and forums. Thank you

Capital Daily
Revisiting - Creating Space For Inclusion in Victoria's Skate Culture

Capital Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 13:43


As the last day of our reruns is a Good News Friday, we look back on our dive into Victoria's growing diverse and inclusive skateboarding culture. We learn about the group "Vancouver Island Queer Skate" which is at the forefront of the new skateboarding cultural movement.  Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/MemberAnd subscribe to us on our socials! Twitter @CapitalDailyVic  Instagram @CapitalDaily  Facebook @CapitalDailyVic

Hot Drinks - Stories From The Field
Chris Agnew: NOLS - Parachutes, Helicopters, First Ascents and Lots of Cheese!

Hot Drinks - Stories From The Field

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 66:22


This week on the show, I speak with Chris Agnew. Chris has dedicated his career in education to combining immersive learning with more traditional learning models. He grew up on Bainbridge Island near Seattle and spent 25 years in various outdoor educational institutions, 15 of which were with NOLS. Chris began his career at NOLS, leading expeditions backpacking and mountaineering, teaching wilderness medicine, eventually becoming the NOLS Pacific Northwest Branch Director. Chris left NOLS in 2015 to lead Teton Science Schools, which provides on-site learning for all ages, including more comprehensive learning for PreK-12 students. Chris currently lives at ID Victor with his wife Lara (former NOLS Instructor) and their 11 and 8-year-old sons. In this episode:   [5:21] Chris Agnew talked about his first Waddington range course where he and Jared Spaulding were newbies. The glaciers in this mountain range are similar to those in Alaska.  To get to the glacier, you had to endure days of bushwhacking. There were crevasse falls and rockfall, near misses, and Jared got hit in the head with an ice ball the size of a basketball. But everyone got out of there safely.     [11:42] Chris Agnew talked about his 2nd trip leading a Waddington mountaineering course where they had the same route and had to do all the bushwhacking. But this time there was 3 weeks straight of rain, and on their first resupply, they had so much fuel that they burned so that they could carry less. But on their 2nd resupply, the story was vice versa they were low on food and had less fuel due to delay. On the final and 3rd resupply, there was a miscalculation in the amount of cheese when someone mixed up kilograms and pounds. So everyone had to carry a  five pounds log of cheese. On their last day on the course, a truck drove to them and told them that their plane was not coming tomorrow. Listen to the podcast to get to know what happened after their plane didn't come.     [27:00] Chris talked about an incident in his third Waddington Range Course. This year, he started the course on the other side of the mountain range and had to take a  floatplane to begin the reverse direction from past years. On the first day hiking, one of the students had difficulty breathing from his pollen allergy. He started to use his inhaler, but that didn't help him. So Nadine began to care for the student, and at one point, she said that he had lost his airway. SO they called for help on the satellite phone. Luckily they were in British Columbia, where there is a robust search and rescue system and the cavalry can come fast. A large military plane came in less than 30 minutes, and two people jumped off with parachutes and immediately started to help Nadine. The student with asthma turned out the be having a panic attack brought on by his asthma. They made the student comfortable until a helicopter came near enough to lift him off the mountain.   

The Decibel
The debate over mandating COVID-19 vaccines for health care workers

The Decibel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 18:56


A deadline to get the COVID-19 jab – or lose their job – is quickly approaching for unvaccinated health care workers in Quebec and British Columbia. Meanwhile, the issue of mandatory vaccinations is also being hotly debated in other provinces such as Ontario. All of this is prompting questions about what could happen to our hospitals and long-term care centres if thousands of workers suddenly aren't allowed to work?Health columnist André Picard discusses why the anticipated staff shortage may not actually pan out, why now is the time for these kinds of mandates and explores the reasons why thousands of health care workers in Canada remain unvaccinated.

Get Over It! Podcast
Reclaim & Rebuild Your Life

Get Over It! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021


Alexandra Chauran discusses creating a better life in her new book Getting Through It - Reclaim & Rebuild Your Life After Adversity, Change, or Trauma. Life can be tough these days! So much chaos, confusion, and murky energy. Discover how to navigate past the confusion with Dr. Alexandra Chauran and get on with living a full life. Getting Through It supports you in staying positive in the face of difficult times and comforts you when positivity is not enough. Alexandra has spent years developing the best strategies for getting through incredible hardships. Discover traditional and alternative healing methods, how to recover your emotional and physical strength, and ways to find your new normal. This uplifting book gives you the hope and courage to navigate life's most significant challenges. We talk about Overcoming griefWatching your thoughts especially at bedtimeHow comparison is the theif of joyAre you in limbo? That can be luckyHow to choose acceptance of lifeClutter clogs more than your homeHow to stop avoiding solutionsStop protecting fearAnger is natural - how to embrace itHow to respect your partner after divorceThe importance of self-reflection Dr. Alexandra Chauran of Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada, is a cancer survivor and the Queen of a coven. She has helped thousands around the globe find confirmation and empowerment through cultural fortune-telling practices. Holding a Masters in Teaching from Seattle University and a doctoral degree from Valdosta State University, she has written over 26 published books to help guide readers through crisis and self-discovery. http://www.twitch.tv/queenofdiamonds

Capital Daily
Revisiting - Why Vaccine Conspiracies Made it Mainstream

Capital Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 35:59


In today's rerun, we replay the fan favourite episode where we analyzed why vaccine conspiracies have become so popular, who is susceptible, and why this era of conspiracy theories is more dangerous than ever before.  Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/MemberAnd subscribe to us on our socials! Twitter @CapitalDailyVic  Instagram @CapitalDaily  Facebook @CapitalDailyVic

Art Biz Podcast
Trusting Another Artist to Help You Run Your Art Business with Angela Fehr and Robin Edmundson (#104)

Art Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 53:15


It can be very difficult to hire someone to help with your business, but if you want your business to grow, there comes a point at which you must hire to support that growth. And the wisdom is to hire before you think you can afford it. In this episode I talk with Angela Fehr and Robin Edmundson. Angela has been building a thriving business teaching heart-led watercolor, along with a community of artists to support one another on that journey. She knew she needed help, but she wasn't prepared to struggle to find that help. She was content in setting her intention and being open. Enter Robin—Angela's student as well as a member of my former Inner Circle program for artists. In our conversation you'll hear how Angela has handled building a team and how Robin has been able to support her in this process. We talk about the technology they use, how they communicate with one another, and how they work with other team members who have since come on board. First posted: https://artbizsuccess.com/fehr-edmundson-podcast Highlights Angela and Robin both focus on watercolor and Angela's teaching offers regular lightbulb moments. (1:43) How has Angela's approach to watercolor grown her art teaching business? (4:45) Building a thriving business while raising families and connecting in the artist community. (9:09) At what point do you know it's time to get help? (11:15) Finding the best fit—from both Robin and Angela's perspective. (13:25) Learning how to hire correctly while trusting and protecting your values. (16:22) Finding assistants that have the skill set you might be lacking. (19:35) Building a support staff as your art business needs expand. (24:13) A typical week in this thriving art business. (29:32) The first step of a journey might be a boring one, but it can lead to a great adventure. (32:18) Email support, tech support, and everything you might want to hire an assistant to do for you. (34:54) The policies and procedures that keep a sustainable business running smoothly. (39:18) What are the rewards and challenges of supporting another artist? (43:32) Mentioned Angela Fehr Angela on YouTube Angela on Instagram Robin Edmundson Robin on Instagram Resources   Grow Your List program at Art Biz Success Free e-course: 31 People Who Can Help Sell Your Art   Guest Bios Angela Fehr first picked up a watercolor brush as a shy teenager newly returned to Canada. During her teen years she'd lived in a remote village in Papua New Guinea, and the solitude had cemented a passion for art that she was excited to pursue. She quickly realized that watercolor was a perfect fit, and along the way, realized that she wanted something more for her paintings than simply to copy what she could see with her eyes. Angela aims to show her heart in her paintings, to pair the beauty of the world with a loose, intuitive, heart-led style. She launched her first online course in November of 2013, with the goal of teaching technique and empowerment to help painters become their own favorite artist. Angela shares her home in northern British Columbia with her husband and three teens. The beauty of the Peace River and northern Rocky Mountain region serves as the main source of inspiration for her paintings. Robin Edmundson paints everyday rural things in new ways with bold and unusual colors, using simplified shapes and lines to emphasize the patterns and rhythms of rural life. Robin grew up in northern Indiana in an old farmhouse on a property full of old farm buildings. Her early goal was to learn as many languages as she could. In college, she quickly found Linguistics and earned a Ph.D. in that field. She taught in various capacities at Indiana University for twenty-seven years. Always looking for creative outlets to balance her academic life, she learned to dye and weave and became an award winning fiber artist.   In 2011 she began blogging about rural life in southern Indiana. It took her a while to realize that she was still searching for a language that could express some things she wanted to say about life in rural southern Indiana. Imagine her surprise when she finally figured out that the language she was looking for was one of paint, color and line instead of words. Nothing makes her happier than to communicate through her paintings her deep love and respect for the unruly places and people of rural Indiana.

Beau my God
Welcome Back

Beau my God

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 14:05


Welcome back to Beau My God, as host Beau Bradley (he/they) begins to re-structure the podcast into segments! In this week's all new episode, Beau catches us up on some current events in the LGBTQIA+ community including how a Human Rights Tribunal in British Columbia enforced mandatory training and fees from a local restaurant after the business fired a waiter for speaking up against being misgendered in the work place, how an Orlando teen became the first Transgender Homecoming Queen in school history, and a catch up with Beau on his journey with Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy (GAHT), also known as Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), or Testosterone if you are being specific. Then the episode ends with a reading from Alok Vaid-Menon's book, Beyond the Gender Binary.  Let us know your experiences on the differences between how you perceive your gender identity and how society perceives you! Share with us what you want to hear about! Or who you want to learn from! Go to  www.beaumygod.com and check out our merch including hoodies, stickers and hats!! Sources:https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-server-who-was-fired-after-asking-to-be-addressed-by-correct-pronouns-awarded-30k-1.6194662https://www.them.us/story/canadian-court-rules-misgendering-human-rights-violation https://www.them.us/story/philadelphia-unveiled-mural-celebrating-trans-people https://www.nbcnews.com/nbc-out/out-community-voices/philadelphia-unveils-first-mural-celebrating-transgender-people-rcna2569 https://www.wesh.com/article/orlando-first-transgender-homecoming-queen/37778504# Vaid-Menon, Alok. 2020. Beyond the Gender Binary. New York, NY: Penguin. 

The David Knight Show
Wed 6Oct21 Time to Secede, Nullify, DEFUND GOVT SCHOOLS

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 181:38


TOPICS by TIMECODE3:22 Yes, DOJ & FBI targeting parents as “domestic terrorists” is VERY wrong, but there's a MUCH better solution — Time to DEFUND SCHOOLS. Don't confuse schooling with education. Like the Federal Reserve, these institutions are a seminal problem. The attacks on mind, spirit and now bodies of children is not an accident. Redressing your grievances at school boards is a waste of time. NULLIFY them. SECEDE from them. You can do MUCH BETTER.35:22 CLIP: Is this tearful mom a threat? Heartfelt plea to take mask off her kid, 7 HOURS a day, is ignored. She should take her child OUT of this institution and then work to shut it down40:01 How government combines Plato's Republic & Plato's "Allegory of the Cave” into an educational institution51:28 Politicians make pithy comments criticizing DOJ targeting parents exercising their 1st Amendment right to redress grievances — they will do NOTHING. But YOU have the power to DO something. 1:03:53 Listeners' letters. Dishonorable discharges — can they do it practically?1:10:22 NJ Gun Case & Jury Nullification. And Oregon AG sues 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Cities1:30:54 Jan6 trials — two different judges, two RADICALLY different outcomes1:39:30 British Columbia gives business $30,000 fine for not using preferred pronouns (they/them) of militant transgender1:43:53 Washington Post: “What Science Can Tell Us About the Benefits of Religion” — some (unintentionally) interesting insights from a psychologist1:58:57 Even with Fauci's most recent flip-flop, he and the CDC are still coming after holidays AGAIN — Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween2:14:19 INTERVIEW: Recommended Tech for Privacy & Anonymity “Keyword Search Warrants” and “Geofence Warrants” are dragnets that catch innocent people. GoatTree talks about safer practices for using internet and what likely happened with Facebook's 6 hr fail2:53:52 Large NY healthcare system fires 1,400 workers. Wasn't the lockdown about flattening the curve so we didn't overwhelm hospitals?Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621

The REAL David Knight Show
Wed 6Oct21 Time to Secede, Nullify, DEFUND GOVT SCHOOLS

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 181:37


TOPICS by TIMECODE 3:22 Yes, DOJ & FBI targeting parents as “domestic terrorists” is VERY wrong, but there's a MUCH better solution — Time to DEFUND SCHOOLS.  Don't confuse schooling with education.  Like the Federal Reserve, these institutions are a seminal problem.  The attacks on mind, spirit and now bodies of children is not an accident. Redressing your grievances at school boards is a waste of time.  NULLIFY them.  SECEDE from them.  You can do MUCH BETTER. 35:22 CLIP: Is this tearful mom a threat? Heartfelt plea to take mask off her kid, 7 HOURS a day, is ignored.  She should take her child OUT of this institution and then work to shut it down 40:01 How government combines Plato's Republic & Plato's "Allegory of the Cave” into an educational institution 51:28 Politicians make pithy comments criticizing DOJ targeting parents exercising their 1st Amendment right to redress grievances — they will do NOTHING. But YOU have the power to DO something. 1:03:53 Listeners' letters. Dishonorable discharges — can they do it practically? 1:10:22 NJ Gun Case & Jury Nullification. And Oregon AG sues 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Cities 1:30:54 Jan6 trials — two different judges, two RADICALLY different outcomes 1:39:30 British Columbia gives business $30,000 fine for not using preferred pronouns (they/them) of militant transgender 1:43:53 Washington Post: “What Science Can Tell Us About the Benefits of Religion” — some (unintentionally) interesting insights from a psychologist 1:58:57 Even with Fauci's most recent flip-flop, he and the CDC are still coming after holidays AGAIN — Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween 2:14:19  INTERVIEW: Recommended Tech for Privacy & Anonymity    “Keyword Search Warrants” and “Geofence Warrants” are dragnets that catch innocent people.  GoatTree talks about safer practices for using internet and what likely happened with Facebook's 6 hr fail 2:53:52 Large NY healthcare system fires 1,400 workers.  Wasn't the lockdown about flattening the curve so we didn't overwhelm hospitals?   Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.com If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation through Zelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.com Cash App at:  $davidknightshow BTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7 Mail:          David Knight          POB 1323          Elgin, TX 78621

Modern Cowboy
Episode 173 Charles Bisset / 9X Muay Thai Champion / Professional Cowboy / LA SAG/AFTRA Actor…

Modern Cowboy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 65:36


Charles is true renaissance man and the epitome of a Modern Cowboy... I was so inspired talking with Charles & hearing his amazing story I know you will be too. Charles Bisset grew up off grid in the Valhalla mountains of British Columbia, Canada for the first 17 years of his life. His father was raised on a dude ranch which inspired him to raise his family off grid. Both of his parents were opera teachers and his mother homeschooled both Charles and his sister.  He started thai boxing when he was 11 years old because he wanted to get into involved in sports and the boxing gym was the only thing available in that area.  He had his first fight when he was 15 years old in a nightclub and by the time he was 16 he was the number 4th amateur in canada. At 17 he decided to move away and pursue his dream of being a professional cowboy on big ranches. He cowboyed in four different provences in Canada, including the famous half a million acre Douglas Lake Ranch Cattle Company and then moved to Califorina to continue cowboying at Fort Baker Ranch. He fulfilled his dream of being a cowboy for 6 years and decided to continue fighting and pursue acting. Since then hes gone on to win the CMTA National Title, NAMTF North American Title, Thilands Suwit Sadium Title, WKA World Title, United States WBC title, 2x IKKC International Champion, Titans of Muay Thai Champion and WBL World Champion. Charles has also appeared in 10 national commercials, a few indie films and appeared along side Chris Kristofferson.  Charles Current sponsors include: Trifecta  Trident Muay Thai Fight Gear Nectarstick Rouge Reserve Oregon Show Sponsors: LINK IN BIO USE CODE: “MODERNCOWBOY” @moderncowboyperformance www.moderncowboy.global @nrsworld Show Music: “The Ropin Pen” By: Trent Willmon https://trentwillmon.com/ (https://trentwillmon.com/) MC Podcast Production & Editing: Tyler Hillenbrand @tyhbrand

Progressive Commentary Hour
Progressive Commentary Hour - Ray McGinnis

Progressive Commentary Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 60:59


The unanswered and ignored questions 911 families asked to the 911 Commission Ray McGinnis is writer, poet, author, and private researcher living in British Columbia.  He is the author of a recent book "Unanswered Questions: What the September Eleventhy Families Asked and the 911 Commission Ignored" which is the result of a dozen years of personal research to investigate the efforts of the Family Steering Committee and other family members of 911 victims and first responders to pressure the government for transparent and accountable inquiry into the causal events of the attack on the World Trade Center.  Ray is also the author of "Writing the Sacred" which presents the power of stories, narratives and poems for expressing a sense of the sacred.  His website is  UnansweredQuestions.ca

Shaun Newman Podcast
Ep. #209 - Ph.D Chris Montoya

Shaun Newman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 41:18


Tenured Psychology Professor at Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia discusses social contagions, whether you are being manipulated & how you can turn your immune system on & off with just thoughts. Let me know what you think Text me 587-217-8500

Dr. Gameshow
70. Manolo's Bench

Dr. Gameshow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 72:33


Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers via Zoom!Games played: What Is Wrong With Dr. Gameshow Listeners submitted by Hannah Monday, Hangout Babies submitted by Lewis Powell from Buffalo, New York, and Sandwich Kittens submitted by Marceline GotharCallers: Christine, Jordan, and Jasper from Missoula, Montana; Finnbar & Ian from Hightstown, New Jersey; Amy from Burlington, Vermont; Anna from Carrboro, North Carolina; Grandma Mo & Dorothy (Dot) from Green Bay, Wisconsin; Julia, A.K., and Bleu from Wellston, Oklahoma; Chad from Seattle, Washington; Adelaide from Ann Arbor, Michigan; Sam & Dean from Seattle, Washington; Dave from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; Eliah from Silverton, Oregon; Kali & John from Columbus, Ohio; Amy & Gabriel from Modesto, CaliforniaOutro theme harpsichord cover by Chris Lambie-Hanson from Richmond, VirginiaThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!BetterHelp - Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/GAMESHOW!

This Date in Weather History
1967: 19” of rain in 24 hours in Ucluelet, BC

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 2:18


Ucluelet, British Columbia is located on the west coast of Canada on Vancouver Island. It has an oceanic climate like that of Ireland, with mild, rainy winters and cool summers owing to its coastal location. As such, precipitation is high, averaging around 132 inches per year, with most of it concentrated in the winter months. Even so, precipitation is significant in all months with no month averaging below 3 in of precipitation. Although it has an average snowfall of 12.8 inches, the median is 0, meaning more than 50% of years do not experience a single snowfall; this makes this climate unique in Canada. The region is prone to massive storms that sweep in off the Pacific Ocean, mainly in the winter. One reason it does not get much snow is because of the influence of the warming of the Pacific waters on the atmosphere. In October 1967 an early season winter-type storms blasted southward from the Gulf of Alaska and brought the region 19.61” of rain in 24 hours on October 6. That total of close to 20” in a day is the greatest 24 hours rainfall total ever in Canada. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

AEA Amplified
Ep. 14 –Industry veteran Ray Larkin offers the latest news from SKYTRAC Systems

AEA Amplified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 22:41


Based in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, SKYTRAC Systems has been a full-service data-driven solutions provider for private, business, commercial, and military aviation since 1986. Today, its systems are certified on more than 900 airframes with over 7,500 users around the globe. From performance trending and operations reporting to real-time asset tracking and situational awareness – SKYTRAC offers a one-stop response to meeting the needs of its customers. Company executive Ray Larkin has the latest scoop on what's next for SKYTRAC in this episode of AEA Amplified, sponsored by Genesys Aerosystems, a Moog Company.

Capital Daily
Revisiting - BC Ferries' Employee Shortage Is A Global Issue. Here's Why.

Capital Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 25:53


For day two of our fall break/best of week, we look back at our coverage on the BC Ferries labour shortage. Today we learn more about the shortage that is impacting companies worldwide and what the future holds for the struggling industry.  Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/MemberAnd subscribe to us on our socials! Twitter @CapitalDailyVic  Instagram @CapitalDaily  Facebook @CapitalDailyVic 

New Books Network
Hannah Turner, "Cataloguing Culture: Legacies of Colonialism in Museum Documentation" (UBC Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 43:40


How does colonialism still shape museums today? In Cataloguing Culture: Legacies of Colonialism in Museum Documentation (UBC Press, 2020), Hannah Turner, an assistant professor in the School of Information at the University of British Columbia, reveals the complex history of cataloguing museum collections. Using a case study of The Smithsonian, the book details the material practices that underpin the contested collections of the National Museum of Natural History. Turner's research charts the early uses of ledgers and record books, through the use of drawings, card catalogues, and typed records, to computerisation of the collections' records. The analysis has important implications for contemporary debates over repatriation of collections, and the book is powerful illustration of the importance of understanding the long shadow of colonial practices and knowledges on the contemporary institution. Cataloguing Culture is essential reading for practitioners and academics, as well as for anyone interested in the past, and the future, of museums. Dave O'Brien is Chancellor's Fellow, Cultural and Creative Industries, at the University of Edinburgh's College of Art. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Real English Conversations Podcast - Listen to English Conversation Lessons
74. A Rough Landing In Mexico – Short Stories in English

Real English Conversations Podcast - Listen to English Conversation Lessons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 13:25


Short stories are not only great to help us to escape our own lives for a moment while we listen to them, but they are also great for vocabulary, hearing different expressions, and really observing how stories are told. In this short stories in English episode Amy shares everything they have gone through on the first day that they have arrived in Mexico. Short Stories in English Get a copy of the transcription of our most recent podcast emailed to you now! Go to this page to request your copy of the audio file and transcript:  https://realenglishconversations.com/rec-podcast/ https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/kk3wgk/74_Rough_Landing_Podcastbt71z.mp3 You can get the videos & images related to the story here.   English Fluency Programs Our Fluency Programs are perfect for students like you that want to improve their speaking fluency, develop strong listening skill, and to learn the right type of vocabulary that will help you to communicate in English with confidence. This program is completely different than anything you have tried before! You will have access to online courses, conversation practices with a teacher, one-to-one lessons, and even daily speaking challenges that are reviewed by a teacher to give you corrections and feedback. Get your English to the next level faster by getting the specific help you need from expert fluency teachers and courses that are designed to get you USING your English! Interested in our programs? Learn more here: https://realenglishconversations.com/memberships/member-plans/fluency-programs/   Other English Podcast Conversation Lessons: Apps & Software - Intermediate/Advanced English Podcast Lesson Finding A Focus for Faster Results - Speak Fluent English Faster Niagara Falls - Advanced English Podcast Lesson Back Down - One Minute English Phrasal Verb   About Amy & Curtis - English Teachers from Canada Our fun conversations are based on interesting stories and adventures that we have had. To make sure that you get exposed to authentic Canadian English, we speak in a totally natural way, including our mistakes and thinking noises. What is the difference between American English and Canadian English? In Canada, we speak 'American English' (includes all of North America) but we have a few words that are uniquely Canadian such as toque (wool hat), smokey (sausage), etc. Canadians usually speak clearly and have a neutral accent that is very similar to the western states of the USA. We are from the beautiful province of British Columbia which is located in the most western part of Canada.

Martha Runs the World Podcast
Jeff Pelletier Runs and Films Big Time Vert!

Martha Runs the World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 43:00


#142 - One of my favorite past times is watching trail running YouTube videos. I found Jeff Pelletier while looking for decent trail running videos. Jeff not only makes great videos but he runs them while filming, and he runs pretty fast. This is not the easiest thing to do, but somehow, he makes it look easy. He lives in Vancouver and he has a rich variety of trails to choose from for his daily trail runs. He talks to us about his films, his races, including the Tour de Geants and what lies ahead. And you will want to watch his adventures after this episode! In Tales of the Trail, I go over the finals in four past races and that includes past guests on the show! I'm so happy for them! All links for Jeff and the races mentioned in Tales are on the website: www.martharunstheworld.com to send me your race report or for comments or questions, please email me at: martharunstheworld@gmail.com 

Pedscases.com: Pediatrics for Medical Students
Approach to pediatric bradycardia (part 1)

Pedscases.com: Pediatrics for Medical Students

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 25:16


This podcast is the first part of a two-part series on pediatric bradycardia. This episode will discuss the general approach to bradycardia in the pediatric population, including the etiology and initial evaluation. This podcast was developed by Damian Feldman-Kiss, a medical student at the University of British Columbia, under the supervision of Dr. Aisling Young, a pediatric cardiologist at Victoria General Hospital, and Dr. Karen Forbes, a pediatrician and medical educator at the University of Alberta

The Nick Zentner Geology Podcast
#76 Okanogan Ice Age Floods

The Nick Zentner Geology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 38:00


Nick reports on a recent trip to British Columbia.

The Nick Zentner Geology Podcast
#76 Okanagan Ice Age Floods

The Nick Zentner Geology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 38:00


Nick reports on a recent trip to British Columbia.

BirdNote
Migrations: A Whimbrel's Wayward Journey

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 1:46


Biologists with Manomet tagged a Whimbrel named Lindsay with a GPS tracker. She has spent the summer breeding in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge on the northern coast of Alaska. As fall migration begins, she heads straight into a storm in the Gulf of Alaska. The tempest slingshots her toward British Columbia, where she picks up a tailwind down the California coast. Landing near San Francisco, she rests and refuels. Learn more at BirdNote.org.

The Staffroom Podcast with Chey & Pav
EP96: Technology Under Review featuring Guest Host Tim Cavey

The Staffroom Podcast with Chey & Pav

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 47:39


In this very special episode of The Staffroom Podcast, Pav is joined by Tim Cavey, educator and host of the Teachers on Fire podcast, co-hosting all the way from Vancouver, British Columbia for a great conversation centered around EdTech. Episode 96 brings into focus the value and hype that come with EdTech tools, all the way from integrated teaching tools like Padlet and Seesaw, to social media platforms like TikTok. Tim and Pav start by discussing whether or not EdTech is indeed way too "hyped" in our Covid teaching experience, and talk about the perspectives of agreement, and then also explore the opposite stance. They then discuss the abundance, or perhaps some would say, over-abundance of EdTech tools that are available to educators today. Tim and Pav round out their conversation by discussing Social Media, which can be a sensitive topic for so many educators, but also can be of such value in the teaching space.  This conversation is not only informative, but also filled with lots of fun comedy to keep you fully entertained! Be sure to stay in touch with Tim through his website, podcast and all the incredible work he is doing within Education!  Teachers on Fire website The Podcast A rich discussion with several a-ha! moments throughout! Tune into this great chat, and always be a part of it by tagging @StaffPodcast #TheStaffroomPodcast on Twitter! Tell us what you think, interact, and give us your feedback and reflections. Check out podcast episodes, Chey & Pav's LIVE radio show: The Drive on VoicEd Radio, blog and all the other amazing things they are up to at CheyandPav.com! Are You Looking for Presenters? As we embark on a new school year, and an evolving way of teaching and learning, there's value in finding great teacher created professional development to deliver to peers. Chey and Pav offer a few great presentations that they offer, and can do for your school or district, either in person or virtually. Here are some of the topics they currently are covering for staff and administrators: Math and Social Emotional Learning: The Key Elements, Teaching Pedagogy and Assessment Pieces Rediscover Your Voice: Enhancing your Teaching Practice through Podcasting Addressing Racism, Supporting Identity Work and Creating Inclusive Learning Spaces Vision and Mission: Application to Teaching Practice Digital Storytelling - Culturally Responsive Photography and Photo-Editing There's so much to talk and learn about! Chey and Pav can develop a PD session or conversation starter based on any topics they've discussed on The Staffroom Podcast! Please reach out to us at info@CheyandPav.com for more information and to schedule your learning session with this Dynamic Duo! Chey and Pav Educational Services, Inc. 

Missing Persons
Lisa Marie Young

Missing Persons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 50:29


Episode 37 Lisa Marie Young21 Year-Old Indigenous Canadian, Lisa Marie Young vanished from Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada on June 30, 2002 after accepting a ride with a young man she had met earlier that night during a night out with friends. She was never seen again after getting into his car, although she later texted a friend asking for help, saying "come get me, they won't let me leave" Unfortuately, the friend did not help and Lisa was never found. Rumors swirled that Lisa was killed by a group of people in a home in a snuff film. The person that gave Lisa a ride that fateful night has not provided answers to police, and has never been charged in relation to Lisa's disappearance.Lisa's friend and case advocate Cyndy Hall discusses Lisa's troubling case in this episode.If you have information about the case of Lisa Marie Young, contact Nanaimo crimestoppers at 800-222-8477 To learn more about Lisa's case, visit the Facebook group focused on her disappearance-https://www.facebook.com/groups/35766644425If you'd like to support this podcast via a donation, you can do so through Patreon here-https://www.patreon.com/MissingPodcastTo contact the podcast or learn more about the cases we discuss visit:Missingpersonspodcast.net

Sinica Podcast
How the Chinese state handles labor unrest, with Manfred Elfstrom

Sinica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 65:03


This week, Kaiser chats with Manfred Elfstrom, an assistant professor in the Department of Economics, Philosophy, and Political Science at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan. Manfred's new book, Workers and Change in China: Resistance, Repression, Responsiveness, examines the state's dynamic approach to handling labor actions — petitions, protests, strikes, and the like — and how it has blended compromise and coercion to address the demands of workers. The book makes an important contribution to a growing body of literature that seeks a deeper understanding of authoritarian governance in China and more generally among autocratic regimes. 3:27 – How the book's argument fits into the broader literature on authoritarian governance9:32 – The book's geographic focus: The Pearl River Delta and the Yangzi River Delta22:12 – Repression and responsiveness32:39 – Why repression and responsiveness undercut one another43:58 – The bureaucratic incentive to handle labor unrest well50:28 – Labor issues, common prosperity, and the “Red New Deal”55:58 – The Jasic protests and the crackdown on the Peking University Marxist study groupA transcript of this interview is available on SupChina.comRecommendations:Manfred: Elizabeth Perry's book Anyuan: Mining China's Revolutionary Tradition; and James Green's The Devil Is Here in These Hills: West Virginia's Coal Miners and their Battle for Freedom.Kaiser: The Ezra Klein Show, and particularly the episode featuring Adam Tooze, “Economics Needs to Reckon with What it Doesn't Know.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.