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Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast
E123 Janice Pasieka on Shinrin-yoku, yoga, and other strategies to fight stress from COVID19

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 35:51


This week we were joined by Dr. Pasieka once again to talk about strategies to find stress and burnout as surgeons, especially in the context of COVID19. Check out her paper below! Links: 1. Shinrin-yoku, yoga and other strategies in the fight against COVID-19. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8405594/ Bio: Dr. Janice L Pasieka graduated from the University of Western Medical School and did her General Surgery Training at the University of Calgary. She then did two and a half years of Endocrine Surgical Training. The first year was spent in Dr David Hanley's lab at the University of Calgary, then a year at the University of Michigan, under the mentorship of Dr. Norman Thompson followed by time at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. She then returned to Calgary and has devoted her clinical practice solely to endocrine surgical diseases. At the Tom Baker Clinic Center, Dr Pasieka was the driving force behind the development of a multidisciplinary clinic for Neuroendocrine Tumors as well as the Multidisciplinary Hereditary Endocrine Clinic. She is responsible for the development of the only Canadian AAES accredited fellowship program in Endocrine Surgery. Dr Pasieka has been Secretary-Treasurer of the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons (AAES) and in 2010 she became the first Canadian and second woman to become President. She has served on the Council of the International Association of Endocrine Surgeons (IAES), and in 2016 became the Secretary-Treasurer - a position she holds at the present time. Dr Pasieka was the Canadian James IV Traveling Surgical Fellow 2006 and recently was appointed to the James VI Board of Directors. In 2007, the Women's Executive Network named her as one of Canada's 100 Most Powerful Women. Dr Pasieka recently completed her six year term as a Governor of the American College of Surgeons. Her areas of interests (besides running, mountain biking, cycling and hiking & snowshoeing with her dog Kocher) evolve around neuroendocrine tumors, adrenal disease, thyroid cancer and the study of surgical outcomes in patients with hyperparathyroidism. To date she has over 140 peer-review publications, has edited 3 Endocrine Surgical textbooks and written over 24 book chapters.

Missin' Curfew
102. Hurtin Albertans with Leafs Super Fan Rick Rowley

Missin' Curfew

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 93:18


The Fella Tour took on the Battle of Alberta and came out on top. After a wild weekend of beauties, mutants, and playoff hockey the fellas made it back to Newport safely and are in studio ready to breakdown the trip and all the NHL action. Then Toronto Maple Leafs Super Fan and friend of the podcast, Rick Rowley (@rickrowley3), joins the fellas to breakdown his Leafs' quick playoff stint, what the future in Toronto looks like, getting chirped by fellow Toronto fans, and getting pinned watching the Battle of Alberta. But first the fellas got some topics to discuss: - Wild Finish at PGA Championship- Fella Tour Visits the Battle of Alberta - Coyotes Playing at ASU - The McDavid Show - Florida Panthers Are Going Golfing - and much more!Show Notes & Episode Webpage: https://missincurfew.com/episodes/battle-of-albertaDraft Kings disclaimer:If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Rebel News +
SHEILA GUNN REID | Kian Simone's first feature film is 'Trucker Rebellion: The Battle for Coutts'

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 41:46


Kian, and another Rebel reporter, Syd Fizzard, were inside the negotiations with police, privy to the decision-making process of the blockaders, on location as the police moved in to seal off the truckers from support and supplies. Kian and Syd saw what the media and politicians got wrong, accidentally or otherwise. And now this new documentary tells the real story. The demand for the truth led the first showing of the documentary to sell out in just days, but don't worry. We booked a second one for June 1, 2022, at Canyon Meadows Cinema in Calgary.

The Oil Stream
OIL STREAM "Oilers Take Stranglehold"

The Oil Stream

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 28:54


Welcome to another episode of The Oil Stream with Dustin Nielson and Tom Gazzola, presented by Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen! Nielson and Gazzola dive into the Oilers huge Game 4 victory over the Flames, pushing Calgary to the brink of elimination. Nugent-Hopkins starts it and finishes it, Kane strikes twice, Hyman continues his stellar play. Markstrom and Smith both factor into Game 4. The Ken Morrison RE/MAX Question of the Day wraps up the episode!

3DownNation podcast
CBA strife, Redblacks sign Smith, Elks cut Jones

3DownNation podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:56


Co-hosts John Hodge and JC Abbott discuss the CFL's ongoing labour dispute with the CFLPA, the Ottawa Redblacks signing Canadian receiver Tevaun Smith, Craig Dickenson's belief that Edmonton and Calgary had an advantage starting training camp while other teams were on strike, Winnipeg signing former first-round pick Liam Dobson, and the Elks cutting high-profile quarterback Cardale Jones. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

JD Talkin Sports
JD TALKIN SPORTS #1035

JD Talkin Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 35:13


@brooklynnets could have problems with #kd if they don't give #kyrieirving an extension.  Don't do it.  #uvaldetexas #children & #teachers murdered.  When will this stop? #nbaplayoffs @dallasmavs staved off elimination for one game. @warriors will finish them off Thursday.  #lgr @nyrangers tied it up with @canes and now back to NC where the Canes never lose. But #noquitinny #battleofalberta #evanderkane five goals last two games.  Up 3-1 on @nhlflames and back to Calgary!  @nfl finally close to decision on #deshaunwatson and get rid of #probowl please. @yankees first team to 30 wins.  @mets blew one 13-12 to @sfgiants yesterday. #edwindiaz shaky in Mets bullpen.

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de
#168 NHL Playoffs Runde 2 – Carolina kann kein auswärts, Calgary kein Edmonton

TIKI TAKA – Der La Liga Podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:06


2022-05-25  Carolina kann auswärts keine Spiele gewinnen und Igor Shesterkin auch kaum bezwingen. Die Oilers scheinen dagegen die richtige Mischung gegen die Flames gefunden zu haben. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher

Eishockey – meinsportpodcast.de
#168 NHL Playoffs Runde 2 – Carolina kann kein auswärts, Calgary kein Edmonton

Eishockey – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:06


2022-05-25  Carolina kann auswärts keine Spiele gewinnen und Igor Shesterkin auch kaum bezwingen. Die Oilers scheinen dagegen die richtige Mischung gegen die Flames gefunden zu haben. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de
#168 NHL Playoffs Runde 2 – Carolina kann kein auswärts, Calgary kein Edmonton

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:06


2022-05-25  Carolina kann auswärts keine Spiele gewinnen und Igor Shesterkin auch kaum bezwingen. Die Oilers scheinen dagegen die richtige Mischung gegen die Flames gefunden zu haben. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher

Kaltschnäuzig – meinsportpodcast.de
#168 NHL Playoffs Runde 2 – Carolina kann kein auswärts, Calgary kein Edmonton

Kaltschnäuzig – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:06


2022-05-25  Carolina kann auswärts keine Spiele gewinnen und Igor Shesterkin auch kaum bezwingen. Die Oilers scheinen dagegen die richtige Mischung gegen die Flames gefunden zu haben. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher

Faktlos – Der Fußball-Podcast mit Seidel & Klöster – meinsportpodcast.de
#168 NHL Playoffs Runde 2 – Carolina kann kein auswärts, Calgary kein Edmonton

Faktlos – Der Fußball-Podcast mit Seidel & Klöster – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:06


2022-05-25  Carolina kann auswärts keine Spiele gewinnen und Igor Shesterkin auch kaum bezwingen. Die Oilers scheinen dagegen die richtige Mischung gegen die Flames gefunden zu haben. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher

US-Sport
#168 NHL Playoffs Runde 2 – Carolina kann kein auswärts, Calgary kein Edmonton

US-Sport

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:06


2022-05-25  Carolina kann auswärts keine Spiele gewinnen und Igor Shesterkin auch kaum bezwingen. Die Oilers scheinen dagegen die richtige Mischung gegen die Flames gefunden zu haben. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher

Upside Strength Podcast
[EN] Luke Way & Andrew Sellars on Lactate Balance Point, Breathing Data & Respiratory Training || Episode #228

Upside Strength Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 74:05


GUESTS:Luke: My coaching career started in skiing where I coached and instructed at levels ranging from beginners to 13-15 year old FIS ranked athletes. This passion to teach was also a natural progression, as I got more involved in triathlon. I started with triathlon coaching with my old team in Calgary. I helped out in this way for 5 years, as I was racing internationally and going to University. In 2007, I went to study in Boulder Colorado and San Francisco at the International Cycling Institute to become a professional master bike fitter. Upon my graduation, I became Calgary’s top bike fitting expert and held the title as the only dynamic bike fitter (using video, motion capture) in western Canada. In 2008 I got my level 1 FaCT coaching and physiologic testing certification. From 2007-2011 I continued to deliver top-level bike fitting and built a business coaching triathletes. During this time I continued my education and achieved my level three or master level from FaCT while mentoring under Dr. Andrew Sellars of Vernon BC.Andrew: My passion for endurance sport, and coaching, led to the development of the Balance Point Racing Team, where the primary focus was on applying the most up to date research and testing methods to the development of individualized training plans for endurance athletes. As we continued to push the boundaries of what the testing equipment was capable of, I shared a vision with a young athlete, Peter Obrien, about what the future of physiologic testing could look like. With Peter, we went on to found VO2 Master, in order to create the first ever wireless, portable, and affordable VO2 testing equipment in the world.EPISODE LINKS:► Website: https://breathewaybetter.com► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breathewaybetter/TOPICS:0:00 - Intro1:00 - Start1:41 - Backgrounds3:29 - Luke’s Testing Process15:00 - Reading Breathing Data33:16 - Respiratory Training1:00:16 - Respiratory Warm Up1:05:45 - Respiratory Muscle FatiguePodcast available on May 25th , 2022PODCAST INFO:► Podcast website: https://anchor.fm/upside-strength-podcast► Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3mroiB4► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/34jJtyXPODCAST PLAYLISTS:► Full episodes playlist: http://bit.ly/3oSCkxe► English Clips playlist: http://bit.ly/3gRmAry► French Clips playlist: http://bit.ly/2K1IoVKCONNECT:► Subscribe for more videos here: http://bit.ly/1Xgr5y5► Book a Free Consultation: https://bit.ly/UpsideConsult► WhatsApp: https://wa.me/41763949673► Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanseale

Real Estate Investor Dad Podcast ( Investing / Investment in Canada )
Should I Quit My Job To Become A Real Estate Investor? (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Real Estate Investor Dad Podcast ( Investing / Investment in Canada )

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 66:10


Ready to become a Real Estate Investing Master? Join the Mastery Mentorship Program! www.reimasters.ca   Fix and Flip Bus Tour on June 4th in Edmonton. Register before it's sold out! https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/edmonton-fix-and-flip-bus-tour-tickets-333908979747   (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast
DNVR Avalanche Podcast: Running down the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs so far

BSN Colorado Avalanche Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 57:13


The Colorado Avalanche have taken a commanding lead in the series over the St. Louis Blues. The Avalanche now head back home to try the series and move on past the second round and on to the Stanley Cup Western Conference Finals. In the Eastern Conference, the Tampa Bay Lightning swept the Florida Panthers and are heading to Eastern Conference Finals for the third straight year. The Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary flames are going into the 4th game of the series with the Oilers up 2-1. The Carolina Hurricanes are also up 2-1 against the New York Rangers. Join Rudo and AJ as they go through the best of the playoffs so far.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Card Talk
Mbappe, Hockey & Basketball Playoffs + 9 Weeks Until the National

Card Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 53:50


The NBA Conference Finals headed in separate directions, as the Warriors look to sweep the Mavs, while the Heat and Celtics appear to be headed to a game 7. The NHL playoffs are also heating up, with Tyler's Rangers looking to even up the series against the Canes, Ryan's Oilers putting on a show against Calgary and the Avalanche looking like the clear favorites to win it all. Justin Thomas won the PGA Championship in a thrilling playoff vs Will Zalatoris... AND Kylian Mbappe signed an eye-popping three year extension with PSG. Tune in for all of this, some more questions from our Facebook group PLUS another fantastic "Play of the Week"!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
How To Conquer One Of The World's Hottest Commercial Real Estate Markets (Vancouver)

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 20:15


What is the most important asset every company has?   Answers may differ but to our guest, Cory Wright, it's the people.   Cory, Founder of William Wright Commercial Real Estate Services in Canada, joins us to discuss the importance of retaining employees and incorporating them into the business model to create a unique corporate culture. Cory explains that this strategy helps to keep the retention level high and creates a positive environment for employees to thrive. He also talks about how they look at all asset classes to find opportunities and how they monitor trends to make educated decisions in the market.   [00:01 - 03:59] Investing In People Cory on enhancing the brokerage experience Creating a smaller team and really investing in them Hiring people with little to no experience and training them well   [04:00 - 09:54] Clients Come First Building the relationships with landlords through leasing Actively buying office space in markets where it is not currently active Instilling confidence in their client base What they're doing to protect their clients' interest when going to markets Getting into the markets early where there's not really a high demand   [09:55 - 15:06]  Buying Triple Net Leases Hedging against inflation  Why they are buying into markets where they're at the bottom of the barrel lease rates Going with their best calculated guess   [15:07 - 18:31] Profiting as a Team How they are growing organically through their own members Incentivizing their employees Topline revenue sharing   [18:32 - 19:55] Closing Segment Reach out to Cory!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “Versus having hundreds of brokers, we wanted to have a smaller group throughout the province, focus really hard on training them really well and investing in them really, really well.” - Cory Wright “We're only as good as our people. And for us, one reason why we're able to grow at the pace we have is we've been able to retain a lot of our people over the years.” - Cory Wright   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Cory! Head over to the William Wright Commercial Real Estate Services website and listen to the Vancouver CRE podcast.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Cory Wright: One reason why I'm able to grow at the pace we have is we've been able to retain a lot of our people over the years. And a lot of times in the brokerage business, you see a lot of people like two steps forward, one step back where people are changing brokerages and administrations, staff are leaving. [00:00:13] Cory Wright: So I've always been up to belief if we pay our team, right, and we treat them right, and we incorporate them into our overall business model and they can profit right along with the company. It keeps our retention level is very high and creates a very unique corporate environment to work with them.  [00:00:26] Intro: Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big.  [00:00:37] Sam Wilson: Cory Wright is the host of the Vancouver CRE podcast. He's also the founder of William Wright Commercial Real Estate Services. Cory, welcome to the show.  [00:00:46] Cory Wright: Thanks so much for having me here. I appreciate it. [00:00:48] Sam Wilson: Hey, man. Pleasure is mine. Three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show, in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? [00:00:55] Cory Wright: Sure. So going back about probably what, 10 or 11 years ago now, I got my real estate license. Prior to that, I was in the hospitality industry where we bought and sold restaurants and pubs through that part of it, we became commercial landlords and felt there was a niche in the brokerage market that we could eventually roll ourselves into. [00:01:13] Cory Wright: So we get that and then fast forward, nine years now we've got five commercial real estate offices in the province of BC. And soon to be two more, that will be opening later this year, which will give a seven and give us the most coverage and most offices than any of our competition in this marketplace. [00:01:29] Sam Wilson: Wow. That's really cool. So you were in the hospitality business, you were buying or brokering restaurants.  [00:01:35] Cory Wright: We were buying and selling them. And through that, we worked with a lot of brokers and just felt that we could probably, you know what I mean, everyone feels there's got to be a better way. We sort of thought there was a niche in the market there that we could exploit. [00:01:46] Cory Wright: And when we exited that industry, we went into the brokerage business just as a broker, not a brokerage right away. Wanted to test the theory to see of how I think it could be done, it could work. 18 months later, we opened our first office and then nine years from there. Now we've got a team of about 45 to 50 across the province. [00:02:04] Sam Wilson: What were some of the things that you said, man, I think this is something that we can do better than what the industry was already doing.  [00:02:11] Cory Wright: Well, I think I don't want it to sound bad from an industry standpoint, but a lot of things like common sense, I think that general business people will deal with. We didn't feel that was happening the same way as a client for the brokerage community, where we felt we were doing a lot of our own legwork, a lot of our own DD work, having to make her own phone calls, which to me, I always thought if I was hiring somebody, they would take care of a lot of that. We found out that wasn't the case. So coming into it from a tenant perspective, a landlord perspective and a business buyer and seller, I thought that we could sort of enhance the brokerage experience, focus on customer service, bringing a lot more to the table and we were of a quality versus quantity-type concept versus having, I mean, hundreds of brokers, we wanted to have a smaller group throughout the province, focus really hard on traing them really well and investing in them really, really well. And that's also been very reflective in the clients that we have. And I think a lot of companies forget that no matter what business you're in the most important asset you have is your people. And we focus solely on that.  [00:03:11] Sam Wilson: That's really cool. I mean, building out, I hear you say all this, and then I start thinking, gosh, that sounds like, you know, training. That sounds like employee manuals. That sounds like time, you know, grooming people, but you guys were still newer to the space in its own. Right. So it's kind of a build it as you fly, as you're flying it process. Is that right?  [00:03:30] Cory Wright: Yeah, for sure. And a lot of the people that we hired over the first five years came with little to no real estate or even commercial real estate experience. And that was done intentionally because we wanted to have the ability to train them on how we saw fit and sort of focus on the areas that we did. [00:03:46] Cory Wright: And from that, they grew and they grew their business and then they brought their friends. And it's sort of been a big residual factor that way with a lot of people bringing on, I mean, close friends and family members and type of thing who also had the same passion for the businesses we did.  [00:04:00] Sam Wilson: Was there a, an asset class in particular that you said, man, this is what we're going to focus on as brokers? [00:04:06] Cory Wright: Up here in the early two thousands to late 2010, 2012 development land  sales. We're really, really hot. And that made up a lot of brokerage business was getting into that recently over the past, you know, three, four years in COVID it's put an additional emphasis on this. Obviously, industrial markets are very, very tight in BC. [00:04:25] Cory Wright: We suffer from a lot of land constraints and a lot of our markets from waters and mountains. So they're just not making any more land and that's really pushed the pricing up from a brokerage standpoint, we have your office to retail, your industrial, but development land. Early days was a big focus of ours. [00:04:40] Cory Wright: And then we also focused on the leasing aspect because a lot of brokerages and brokers didn't want to do leasing. So we thought that, Hey, if, if you want a building, you've got to fill it. So we focused really hard on the leasing aspect, built the relationships with landlords through leasing, and then eventually they wanted to buy themselves and we kind of became that first point call. [00:04:58] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Right. I love that. That's really cool. Tell me when it comes to acquiring your own assets. I mean, this is something, you know, we talked a little bit about off air. Are you guys also active buyers?  [00:05:09] Cory Wright: Hundred percent. So from a company standpoint and we, I think when you look at the McDonald's of the world and you take kind of that, if it's not broken why fix it type of thing. From a brokerage standpoint, we try to acquire as many of the buildings or office spaces that we go into twofold. A, because it's a great model and we're putting our money where our mouth is. We're opening these offices in these markets. We're investing our own money there, which I think creates confidence both in our brokerage community, but also I think from the client base. [00:05:37] Cory Wright: But then I think at the same point in time up here, we've seen a lot of hiking lease rate. Quite a bit over the past 10 years, an office space in downtown Vancouver, might've went for, you know, 15 to 20 bucks, 10 years ago, and now it can approach $55 if you go into the right class A building. So by us acquiring them, we're almost giving ourselves the ability to protect our business 10 years down the road, that we're not subject to seeing our rents double. [00:06:00] Cory Wright: And then we get into the position that we're just working for landlords at that point. So we definitely try to acquire it and also when we go into communities where we're not currently active or we're looking to go into, we try to acquire real estate in those marketplaces as we're going in. Because again, we believe in those marketplaces, we echo that to our clients. [00:06:16] Cory Wright: We encourage our clients to as well because we're seeing trends happen now that if we can fast forward five or six years, getting in today probably is a good investment for everybody. Right. You know, we encourage our clients to partake with us, meaning acquire assets in those markets.  [00:06:30] Sam Wilson: Now, are you at what I'm hearing you say is that you guys are requiring only the real estate you are physically occupying. Is that right? Are you guys acquiring other assets?  [00:06:38] Cory Wright: Other assets as well. So we try to acquire our own assets for our company, but then also we believe in these markets, there's a reason why we're opening the brokerage in these markets because we're seeing uptick in population and trends and jobs. So we kind of have a thing up here where, you know, commercial real estate kind of legs the population growth. Developers go in, they acquire the land, they put up the condos shortly after that commercial space becomes a higher demand because we offer a place where jobs are. [00:07:05] Cory Wright: So we try to get in early enough in that cycle that as we're seeing developers start to buy a land, we are also trying to acquire assets, whether it's an office building or even a retail strip center in these marketplaces, knowing that if the trends continue five to 10 years down, we might have some prime real estate in these markets where we'd have a major jump in our rents, which obviously as demand goes up, capitalization rates come down and that just pushes prices up, gives us the ability to refinance and go onto the next market. [00:07:33]Sam Wilson: How do you acquire assets in these markets and yet protect the interests of your clients?  [00:07:40] Cory Wright: So when we look at these markets before we go into and we're monitoring them usually two to three years prior to us actually going into them while we're gathering data on that, we share all that data with our clients and we're sitting there and we're promoting a small market, say like a Victoria and Vancouver Island up here. [00:07:56] Cory Wright: We're telling them to buy there. These are the metrics why they should buy. And also the same time we're also acquiring real estate assets and our clients always come first and foremost. So if there's an asset class or a building that a client has an interest in 100%, we take it to them first. If we've taken it through the list of clients and no one has decided to buy it, we will definitely look at the asset. [00:08:16] Cory Wright: And if we feel it's a good purchase, we will. A lot of times too, we're getting into the markets early. Where there's not really a high demand just yet for it, because there's, you know, there's not the buildings built yet or the employers haven't shown up just yet. So there is some bumpy roads that we do go down early on in the process. [00:08:32] Cory Wright: But nine times out of 10, when you know, the things all sort of play themselves out, we're in a good position. [00:08:38] Sam Wilson: How do you project the future growth in these markets where, like you said, maybe the employers haven't shown up yet, or, you know, the, the writing isn't on the wall for everybody to go, oh my gosh, this is the next place to be like, how are you like you're getting in front of that? [00:08:53] Cory Wright: Well, we obviously have a front row seat to see what developers are buying and where and why they're buying there. We also monitor population trends quite a bit. And we also look at a lot of industries or sorry, a lot of communities that maybe only had one or two pillars to support the economy. [00:09:07] Cory Wright: Now there could be four or five pillars that could support that economies. We look at that very early on when we're watching these developers acquire land, major developers, acquire land, knowing that these things are probably three, five or 10 years out, and we start seeing those trends happen. That's when we'll start looking at marketplaces quite seriously, not just from an acquisition standpoint, but also a brokerage standpoint. [00:09:27] Cory Wright: And again, when we're going into these markets, we're telling clients come with us and we're sharing the data with them and we're telling them why we're buying. Some of them feel it's a little too early for them and they don't want to go down that rocky road just yet. Other clients they feel confident that if we're partaking in that, and it's a good investment for them. [00:09:44] Cory Wright: And we've been very fortunate, a lot of clients that bought in some markets early days when we were first looking to acquire in those markets, three years later have done extremely well. Some of them have even doubled the value of the real estate because now the boom has happened and now people are coming in and we've been fortunate to get there early enough. [00:09:59] Sam Wilson: I love that. Is there an asset class you guys are not actively investing in because you're just unsure of where it goes? [00:10:07] Cory Wright: Well, we look at all asset classes in these marketplaces to find out like some markets we like industrial better because there's lack of supply, higher demand. Other markets we'll look at how much square footage of office does that market currently have versus the population. [00:10:21] Cory Wright: Some of these smaller markets, especially in the office class and the retail asset classroom, you're more subject to a repositioning of tenants, that new businesses coming into the market to backfill it, like you'd find in a major city. So location, location, location becomes premium. When you, especially when you go into these smaller markets with that, we look at everything from a population to demand. [00:10:41] Cory Wright: You mean how much square footage is available in that asset class? Mainly. So we don't run into a situation, say like Calgary, Alberta did. Oh, geez. I think they had like 18 million square feet of office space in the market just never, ever caught up. And then when the collapse happened. I mean, they've got acres unfortunately, of empty office space there. [00:11:00] Cory Wright: So we really, really monitor it on a case by case basis. It's very unlikely. We ever looked into the multi-family marketplace just because of the triple net rents that don't exist. We're open to whatever makes the most amount of sense dependent on where we feel, where that market's at.  [00:11:13] Sam Wilson: When you say the triple net rents don't make sense because obviously they're not there. I mean, is that all you guys are investing in is triple net properties?  [00:11:22] Cory Wright: More or less. And mainly up here, we've run into some challenges. I mean, demand for the multifamily asset classes, huge cap rates you've seen in Vancouver area as low as two and a half percent about a year ago, three and a half percent is more common you see now, but we've had a huge increase in our insurance cost. [00:11:39] Cory Wright: Property taxes, all of those costs that we can't recoup through it. So not that it's a bad investment model, it just doesn't fit what we look for. And we feel more protected with the triple net type asset classes we go after.  [00:11:50] Sam Wilson: How are you protecting against inflation in a triple net lease? Is there something you're writing in your leases that say, Hey, we're going to reprice based on this metric. And what does that look like?  [00:12:02] Cory Wright: Well, our triple that costs up here and a lot of leases, they will recalculate on an annual basis. Our base rent, obviously we're protected through that, but our triple net costs, it's a fluid cost for us as landlords. So every single year, unfortunately, if we're seeing a 6% increase on property taxes and insurance and strata fees and garbage and water, that all gets passed onto the tenants. [00:12:23] Cory Wright: Part of our strategy when buying is buying into markets where we feel we're at the bottom of the barrel lease rates. We might be getting 20 or $25 a foot base and you know, 6, 7, 8 blocks down there getting 40 or 45. So we feel we're getting into that position and the bottom of the barrel. So, you know, if we can make our numbers work at those low lease rates and we ever have to support a tenants through a, maybe a major increases in property taxes the next year, we're in the position to do that versus coming into a marketplace where we feel our lease rates are kind of peaking and then we're really dependent on our tenants being successful at that point. [00:12:56] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And you answered that to a degree on things such as property taxes, insurance, things like that, that you don't have control over, but on inflation as a whole, is there like, Hey, it's, you know, I don't know what the Canadian version of CPI is, but it's like… [00:13:09] Cory Wright: Yeah; we use CPI.  [00:13:10] Sam Wilson: Okay. Yeah. So, I mean, do you tie it to that and say, Hey, your lease, if it was a hundred bucks last year, I'm just making up numbers here next year, 108, because we had an 8% consumer per whatever, you know, inflation rate here in the last 12 months. I mean, it's, is that the kind of way that works? [00:13:23] Cory Wright: From time to time you'll see that. Normally when we're negotiating for the base rent rates now we always try to build in a step up throughout the five-year term, or maybe they're paying $60 today, 62 next year, 64, 66, and 68. We're hedging our bets by doing that, not knowing where the inflation rate comes from, but we do see sometimes that sometimes this will be tied to CPI or even the renewals will be capped based on CPI during that fixed term which can all help both sides of the equation, but I mean, we're in a very high demand market in BC that we're very fortunate that if a tenant leaves, because I can't afford the $45, then three more guys are willing to come in and pay $50 to get the space. We're a little jaded up here, how that works, right? [00:14:06] Sam Wilson: Yeah. It's nice to be in that position there in BC, but you guys are buying, you know, outside of BC as well. I mean, you guys are buying across the country and so you kind of have some exposure in some of these smaller markets, maybe where that demand factor isn't as well priced in.  [00:14:20] Cory Wright: You're exactly right. And when we get into those smaller markets, it's just, we will do our best calculated guess of where we're going to see things go. [00:14:27] Cory Wright: The tenant pool isn't as strong to draw from. And you mean usually the tendencies aren't as strong and the covenants aren't as strong. So we'll do our best to try to make the best educated guess. First got to tell you we're not always right.  [00:14:38] Sam Wilson: And who knows, let's talk about this. And there's a question I've asked multiple times on this show and I always get a varied response, especially people who are mostly in triple net leases. [00:14:46] Sam Wilson: How are you guys protecting yourself? And, you know, I like the way you've explained that. So that makes a lot of sense to make your best guess. It is what it is for four or five years. [00:14:55] Cory Wright: Yeah, exactly. I think if we all had the crystal ball of where we were going to look in five years, we'd all be billionaires and we probably wouldn't be doing this today. We'd all be having a beer in the Caymans. So we just got to go with where our best guess.  [00:15:06] Sam Wilson: I love the sound of that. Tell me about the complexity of opening, a new brokerage in a new market with a new team.  [00:15:14] Cory Wright: You know, there's challenges with it, for sure. You mean we've been fortunate enough that we've sort of grown organically through our own team members. [00:15:21] Cory Wright: So when we're going to other markets say, you mean like we have our Vancouver office and we'll go open, say in a Kelowna marketplace, which is about four hours away from us. There's a good chance people in our Vancouver office, know brokers that already operate in the Kelowna market. And when we go in there, we have revenue-sharing programs for our staff. [00:15:38] Cory Wright: We have profit-sharing programs for our team leaders and managing brokers. So I'm a big believer for that. You mean it's better to have 50% of a watermelon than a hundred percent of a grape. So when we go into these markets, making them a part of our success and getting them to focus on the same parts that we're focusing, we profit as a team. [00:15:54] Cory Wright: And that's, we've been very fortunate where people that can partake in the revenue sharing programs from the company that don't really exist in our industry too much. That's a great feature for a lot of these people take part in. So that's, we've been very fortunate to get some great people to join us early on. [00:16:07] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I haven't really heard of that in any brokerage arrangement, you either on the residential or the commercial side. [00:16:14] Cory Wright: It's very unique to our industry. And I think we're only as good as our people. And for us, one reason why I'm able to grow at the pace we have is we've been able to retain a lot of our people over the years. [00:16:24] Cory Wright: And a lot of times in the brokerage business, you see a lot of people like two steps forward, one step back where people are changing brokerages and administrations staff are leaving. So I've always been of the belief if we pay our team right. And we treat them right. And we incorporate them into our overall business model and they can profit right along with the company. [00:16:41] Cory Wright: It keeps our retention level is very high and creates a very unique corporate environment to work with them. So when we are looking to open up another offices, a lot of our brokers are eager and excited to reach out to people they know in those markets to tell them about their success so far, gets them excited to come join us and meet with us. [00:16:56] Cory Wright: We've been able to scale the models quite quickly, maybe more so than other brokerages in some of these smaller markets be transitioned.  [00:17:02] Sam Wilson: Yeah, I love that. I love finding unique ways to incentivize employees to share in the rewards of the work, not just to get an attack or not just even to get commission, but Hey, you know, retain part of the, maybe not ownership shares as directly, but at least participate as an owner normally would. [00:17:19] Cory Wright: Exactly, they profit along with us.  [00:17:21] Sam Wilson: Were there any surprises or were there any kind of tweaking of that model as you built that over the years? [00:17:28] Cory Wright: We typically from like a revenue sharing standpoint as well. We do it off the top line versus the bottom line. And the reason why we do that is because it encourages our team where their focus is selling and leasing product for clients. [00:17:39] Cory Wright: They're tied right into that versus me making a really bad least deal or a really bad acquisition in the market. They're not penalized because of that. So we do it off the top line type of thing. Obviously, when you take that model and that approach, you've got to be very confident in your bottom line because there's no guarantee you're making money, but we've been very fortunate that we've had almost a hundred percent growth year over year from a top line sales revenue over the past five years, we've been able to sustain that. [00:18:04] Cory Wright: And because we focus on a quality versus a quantity model, our offices might only have six to eight team members in a particular marketplace where there's not 50 or a hundred of them. So for us to have top-line revenue sharing, we don't have an enormous staff to have to share that with. So we, it gives us the ability to give back to them that way. [00:18:23] Cory Wright: Versus if we had 400 brokers and everyone had 1%, while 400% is greater than 100%, we'd be in a lot of trouble. So it works well with our model.  [00:18:32] Sam Wilson: Right. I love it. Cory, thank you for taking the time to come on today and really just tell us about your business, you're kind of thinking as it pertains to incentivizing employees and you know, doing revenue sharing with them, talking about the market, you guys are investing in, how you vet and see opportunity coming down the line, and, you know, how you guys are protecting yourself there, and triple net leases, you guys are busy, man. You're absolutely busy. I love it, coming on the show today and sharing with us. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:18:59] Cory Wright: They can visit our website at williamwright.ca. On there, they can sign up for all the latest listings and transactions and information. We publish quarterly reports. We also have the Vancouver Commercial Real Estate podcast, which we bring on great guests on a weekly basis to help educate the general public. So I think there's a mystique out there that commercial real estate, especially in Vancouver is very hard to acquire or owned by big businessmen in New York. [00:19:24] Cory Wright: And we've really tried to break down that barrier and explain to them that this is an opportunity for everyone, whether you're a small business owner, that's been in business for a while with great revenue, all the way to the mom and pop type owners that might have a little bit extra equity in a property or even cash in the bank. [00:19:37] Cory Wright: How we can hopefully open up those doors, by bringing on great guests to educate them on how that works and show the people that commercial real estate is for everyone. [00:19:44] Sam Wilson: I love it. Cory, thanks so much for your time today. I appreciate it. Have a great rest of your day.  [00:19:47] Cory Wright: My pleasure, Sam. Thanks for having me take care. [00:19:49] Sam Wilson: Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on apple podcast, Spotify, Google podcast, whatever platform it is you use to listen. If you can do that. That would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.

Cult of Hockey podcast
The Cult of Hockey's "Oilers shake off ghost of Steve Smith, beat Flames" podcast

Cult of Hockey podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:26


Let's do this! The Cult of Hockey podcast. By the Faithful and for the Faithful, tonight with Bruce McCurdy and David Staples. They dig into the Edmonton Oilers 5-3 win over the Flames of Calgary.

Rock Bottom
Rock Bottom - Episode May 24, 2022

Rock Bottom

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022


Playlist: Ibaraki - Hakanaki HitsuzenIbaraki - KagutsuchiEx Deo - The Philosopher KingBehemoth - Ov My Herculean ExileKreator - Midnight SunGojira - MagmaNeck of the Woods - You'll Always Look the Same to MeMastadon - Roots RemainKOSM - CosmonautGHOST - Call Me Little SunshineSkull Fist - Paid in FullThunderor - On the RunStriker - On the RunBloodywood - Dana-DanAlien Weaponry - Kai WhatuEye of the Enemy - Clay

Oilersnation Radio
All Gas, No Brakes

Oilersnation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 52:15


How about another bonus episode of Oilersnation Radio to give everyone a fresh hour of all things Edmonton Oilers? Isn't it wonderful? On today's show, we talked about the Oilers roaring back in games two and three, what they need to do to keep the momentum rolling in game four, Connor McDavid's brilliance, and a whole lot more. To kick off the Tuesday episode of ONR, we got started with a look at what went right in Game 3 and whether or not the Oilers will be able to keep things rolling in Game 4. Whether it was the new lines seemingly gelling together to the penalty kill coming up clutch, the Oilers got some key performances throughout their lineup and it was a lot of fun to watch the Oilers throw down their best effort of the postseason. From there, we looked at the Milan Lucic incident after he ran over Mike Smith towards the end of Sunday and whether it was the right call for the league to allow Looch to play tonight in Game 4. Next up, we each offered up keys to the game for what the Oilers need to do to put themselves up by two games rather than having the series tied when it goes back to Calgary. Lastly, we wrapped up the podcast with another round of Hot and Cold performers to look back on the last few days and discuss what's working and what areas need improvement. 

The Oil Stream
OIL STREAM IN FIVE "Game 4 Preview, Stay Outta The Sh!t"

The Oil Stream

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 7:36


Nielson is back with another installment of OIL STREAM IN FIVE. Nielson takes a look at some of the keys for the Edmonton Oilers heading into Game 4. If the Flames try to muck things up a bit will the Oilers be disciplined enough to stay out of it and enjoy a few trips to the PP? What does McDavid have in store for everyone tonight and will Markstrom bounce back for Calgary? It's all presented by Popeyes Lousiana Kitchen!

Real Estate Investor Dad Podcast ( Investing / Investment in Canada )
Should I Increase Rents? (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Real Estate Investor Dad Podcast ( Investing / Investment in Canada )

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 59:09


Ready to become a Real Estate Investing Master? Join the Mastery Mentorship Program! www.reimasters.ca   Fix and Flip Bus Tour on June 4th in Edmonton. Register before it's sold out! https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/edmonton-fix-and-flip-bus-tour-tickets-333908979747

Yahoo Sportsbook Daily
NHL Playoffs: Massive game four matchups on Tuesday

Yahoo Sportsbook Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 3:34


We have two series at 2-1 apiece and Minty Bets is here to break it all down. Can the Rangers tie the series with the Hurricanes? What about the Battle for Alberta between Edmonton and Calgary? Bet $10 on any game at BetMGM and get $200 in free bets added to your account. You don't need to win your bet to receive the promotion. Go to BetMGM.com/YAHOOVIP to get started. New BetMGM customers only. Must be 21+. AZ, CO, IA, IN, LA, MI, NJ, NY, PA, TN, VA, WV, or WY only. Terms apply. Please gamble responsibly. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Buzz on Book Biz
47 - Kim Rozdeba

Buzz on Book Biz

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 31:19


Kim Derrick Rozdeba is the Vice President of Communications, Public Affairs, Science & Sustainability at Bayer Inc. in Canada. Kim is a senior communications and marketing expert with over thirty years of diverse experience in petroleum, airline, telecommunications, automotive, and life science industries.He has served on several boards and committees such as the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Youth Ag-Summit (architect), Canadian 4-H Council, Outstanding Young Farmers of Canada, Alberta Ballet, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Calgary's Science Centre, and the Commanderie de Bordeaux.Kim is passionate about building strong brands and is an avid blog writer on the topic. One day it occurred to him how little was written about branding from a gender perspective, especially from an entrepreneurial women brand leader. Exploring the idea, he realized this was an untold story of a long list of women he found so inspiring that he decided to make these inspirational women the subject of his first book, Branding Queens. We talk about brands, marketing, and a few of the extraordinary women entrepreneurs whose stories are in his new book.For information about Kim and his book: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/derrickrozdebahttps://rozdeba.comhttps://www.rozdeba.com/branding-queens-media-kit/—Richelle Wiseman: website | linkedin | facebook

Chicago TomaHawk (Podcast About The Chicago Blackhawks)
Round 2 Action, Tampa closes it out, Blues Down 2, McDavid a Machine, Canes winless on the road

Chicago TomaHawk (Podcast About The Chicago Blackhawks)

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 34:51


As the playoffs go on there are players that are starting to stand out. Conor McDavid has 23 pts in 10 games. He's a machine right now. -Tampa Closes out Flordia in 4. This was supposed to be Florida's year but it just wasn't meant to be. Getting shutout in game 4. -Colorado and Blues have been tight. With Binnington out can the Blues hang on? -EDM is up 2-1 on Calgary. It's time for Matthew Tkachuk to take over this series, or at least make it interesting. -Carolina and NYR could be interesting. Carolina hasn't won an away game in the playoffs and if they can win one they might take this series. Thanks for listening to the podcast! Do us a favor, subscribe so you don't miss out on future podcasts. Also check out thefhn.net for articles and other NHL podcasts.

Two Guys & a Goalie
Episode 230: McDavid The Magnificent

Two Guys & a Goalie

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 42:25


It's Episode 230 of 2 Guys and a Goalie presented by Coolbet Canada with Dustin Nielson, Matt Kassian, and Joaquin Gage The boys bring you an entertaining and indepth break down of Game 3. Which WOW moment from McDavid was the most impressive. Why are the Flames pushing this "losing to one player" narrative? Lucic on Smith & the Oilers owning Markstrom. Kass and Gager also give you the keys to Game 4 for Edmonton.

Game Misconduct with Don La Greca
Weekend Recap: 5/23/22

Game Misconduct with Don La Greca

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 28:37


Don is joined by E.J. Hradek to discuss the Kadri incident. Plus, is Calgary in trouble? Is Florida done? And, the Rangers taking Game 3. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nation Real Life
Frank Seravalli is in studio & the Oilers are up 2-1 in the BOA!

Nation Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 63:06


It's a long weekend, the sun is shining, and the Oilers have a 2-1 lead in the Battle of Alberta. Life is good and we enjoyed it all today on a new episode of The Real Life Podcast. We were also joined by our good friend Frank Seravalli, who's in town to cover the series between the Oilers and Flames. Frank talked the Oiler's absolutely electric game three victory and making the drive from Calgary to Edmonton. Connor McDavid is on another level right now and the numbers that he's producing are absolutely historic. We talked about the magical run that he's on but don't get it twisted, even though the Calgary Flames may like to believe this is a one man team, it's not. The Oilers are getting contributions from plenty of other pieces of this lineup. We gave love to everyone who deserved it today on the show. Frank and Chalmers also talked about story telling in sports and they reminisced about the fact that Frank beat Chalmers in a golf bet last summer. Chalmers is itching to even the score and win back his money. That bled into a little bit of talk about this years Oilersnation Open!

Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast
Ep. #223. Bonnie Kaplan, PhD. Co-Author of "The Better Brain"

Operation Tango Romeo, the Trauma Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 68:04


THE BETTER BRAIN, Overcome Anxiety, Combat Depression, and Reduce ADHD and Stress with Nutrition. Buy "The Better Brain" book! https://thebetterbrainbook.com/ On Amazon: HERE True Hope.com Hardy Nutritionals Bonnie J. Kaplan, PhD is a Professor Emerita in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Originally from Ohio, she did all her training in the US (University of Chicago and Brandeis University). Her interest in the biological basis of behavior led to postdoctoral training and then faculty research in neurophysiology at Yale University Department of Neurology and the West Haven (CT) Veterans Administration Neuropsychology Laboratory until she moved to Canada in 1979. She has published widely on the biological basis of developmental disorders and mental health, especially the contribution of nutrition to brain development and brain function. She was the founding principal investigator of the Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition longitudinal study (ApronStudy.ca). Bonnie has over 180 peer-reviewed publications and textbook contributions, and many more invited lectures. After retiring from full-time academic research in 2016, she turned her attention to raising the profile of nutrition in mental health in two ways: a) by focusing on Knowledge Translation, and b) by raising funds to help her junior colleagues who have not yet been able to convince funding agencies that this is an important topic. Her efforts to include nutrition knowledge in the care of people with mental health challenges has earned her a variety of awards, including the Dr. Rogers Prize in September 2019; and selection in 2017 as one of 150 Canadian Difference Makers in Mental Health, in honour of Canada's 150th birthday. In 2021 she was chosen as one of the top “7 Over 70” in Calgary, partly for her book The Better Brain, written with Professor Julia Rucklidge and published by Harper Collins as well as Penguin Random House. The award also was acknowledgement of her establishment of two charitable funds supporting research by junior colleagues who study nutrition and mental health. Those funds have now raised and distributed over $1 million CAD. Her primary goal is to influence the way mental health treatment is delivered. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tango-romeo/message

Kool Button Uncensored Hockey Podcast
EP 67 - Round 2 Game 3s + 4s

Kool Button Uncensored Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 43:00


The 2nd Round continues and we get right into it talking officiating calls, controversy and control after another great weekend in the Stanley Cup Playoffs!The Battle of Alberta (5:00) 2-1 for Edmonton vs Calgary. Are the Flames getting a Connor McDavid-ed? Are the Flames in the fight? What does Darryl Sutter do?St. Louis Blues vs Colorado Avalanche (16:45). What do we make of what took place with Jordan Binnington and Kadri? What do we make of Craig Berube's comments?Our Sports Interaction (21:09) on this episode features our inside look at Monday and Tuesday Game 4s!Tampa Bay Lightning vs the Florida Panthers (23:13). In the Sunshine Showdown can the comeback cats pull off the historic series win down 3-0 vs the Bolts? Carolina Hurricanes 2-1 series lead on the New York Rangers (35:00). Where does the series go after the Rangers found a big game 3 win at home?And in our Ultimate Hockey Fans Final Thoughts (41:08) a few notes on some of the other news around the NHL and signings.

Canada's Podcast
Unlocking New Opportunities For Expansion - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

Canada's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 16:38


For the past 32 years, Duane Hertzer, President and Founder of Optima Manufacturing Inc., has led the Calgary-based organization to become an industry leader in the manufacturing of precision machine products and assemblies for a variety of industries across North America, Europe, Asia and South America. Mr. Hertzer's success can be accredited to his devotion to challenging the status quo through impactful partnerships and groundbreaking technology. Mr. Hertzer's pioneering nature, keen listening skills and focus on developing relationships has made him a force in the manufacturing space. Holding a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Calgary, he has consistently demonstrated his unparalleled skillset in business development and executive management. Mr. Hertzer's approach to cultivating an efficacious operation is rooted in establishing a workplace that is progressive and instills confidence to produce precise results. The foundation of his business is people and technology partnering in manufacturing solutions, and he achieves this by creating meaningful, close relationships with both his team and clients alike. Mr. Hertzer's passion for growth extends to that of his team where he celebrates individual accomplishments while ensuring an equitable team environment. He is steadfast in his belief that people are the most valuable resource to a business, fostering a culture built on respect and innovation. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter

CANADALAND
The Weird History Of Vancouver's Italian Press

CANADALAND

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 35:11


Sometimes investigative journalism begins with an anonymous tip. Sometimes it begins with an access to information request for secret government documents. In this case, Marcello Di Cintio started his investigation because he had an article reprinted without permission. But the story he walked away with in the end was so much better than he could have imagined.  Featured in this episode: Marcello Di Cintio, Calgary-based journalist and author. Vancouver Public Library's Story City project: Interview with Pia Tofini-Johnson Support Canadaland at canadaland.com/join Sponsors: Oxio, Freshbooks, Hover Additional Music is by Audio Network Support CANADALAND: https://canadaland.com/join See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mom & Mind
226: Healing Intergenerational Wounds While Navigating HG, Feeding Aversion, Postpartum Depression and Anxiety with Jocelyn Lam

Mom & Mind

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 48:58


During pregnancy and parenthood, we listen to SO many voices telling us what we should look like, feel like, and do. The stereotypes can be frustrating and demeaning to the point that we feel very unheard and unseen. Today's conversation brings to the forefront the importance of finding self-worth and fulfillment in yourself and who you are, instead of what other people say. Join us to learn more! Jocelyn Lam is the mother of an energetic, kind, and silly toddler. Jocelyn is a second-generation immigrant who grew up in Calgary, Canada, and currently resides in the Bay Area of CA. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist who helps folks with intersecting identities break intergenerational trauma cycles, particularly in the areas of parenting, re-parenting, and body image. Jocelyn has training through Postpartum Support International and is working toward her certified eating disorder specialization. In today's conversation, she shares her personal experience in parenting as a second-generation Chinese and Canadian immigrant, along with a diagnosis of hyperemesis gravidarum, which forced her to quit work during her pregnancy to focus on her health. Because of that diagnosis, she became extremely depressed during her pregnancy, which did not set her up for a good postpartum experience. Shortly after her daughter's birth, her daughter was diagnosed with feeding aversion, which made breastfeeding very difficult and affected Jocelyn's attachment to her baby. Even with all the resources and the best clinicians, she struggled and experienced intense postpartum depression and anxiety. Jocelyn shares a lot of insight into her story and why things were so difficult for her.  Show Highlights: Highlights of Jocelyn's background and story How her work has been informed by her family background and personal experiences How Jocelyn dealt with Asian stereotypes, racism, and microaggressions as she grew up in white, conservative Calgary How immigrant-related trauma impacted her value and self-worth as she was compared to others in every aspect of life How Jocelyn had to work to undo the mindset that a child's worth is tied to what they produce and achieve How her daughter's feeding problems as an infant seemed much like a trauma response How Jocelyn's diagnosis of hyperemesis gravidarum during pregnancy had her questioning her worth as a mother and left her feeling invalidated How she had to learn that she deserves self-care How fries from In-N-Out Burger became part of her re-learning process How her hyperemesis gravidarum carried through her baby's birth and postpartum period with constant comments from others about her baby's size How Jocelyn's entire world became about baby weight, calories, and comparing her baby to others What it meant to Jocelyn to learn to trust her own body and why she is teaching her daughter to trust her own body and empower herself Why we really need to unpack what society and our family have taught us about food How Jocelyn's survival instincts came from her parents' survival instincts until she learned to find space for herself Why Jocelyn had to overcome the hyper-independence in her background and find community and support Why Asian people typically reach out for mental health MUCH less often than the general population because they are taught to “Be strong and self-sufficient” Jocelyn's key takeaways about our focus on body image, generational trauma, pregnancy, and postpartum, along with the importance of finding community Resources: Postpartum Support International

Cult of Hockey podcast
The Cult of Hockey's "Edmonton Oilers go showtime in Game 3 win over Flames" podcast

Cult of Hockey podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 42:47


Let's do this! The Cult of Hockey podcast. By the Faithful and for the Faithful, tonight with Bruce McCurdy and David Staples. They dig into the Edmonton Oilers 4-1 win over the Flames of Calgary.

The Oil Stream
OIL STREAM IN FIVE "INSTANT REACTION - GAME 3"

The Oil Stream

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 9:06


Nielson is back with the first ever OIL STREAM IN FIVE - INSTANT REACTION. Nielson couldn't wait any longer to talk about the Oilers Game 3 victory over the Flames. Connor McDavid continues to make jaws drop from coast to coast. Evander Kane torches the Flames. Draisaitl sets an NHL playoff record and everyone else contributed to the win. It's all presented by Popeyes Lousiana Kitchen!

Commons Church Podcast
Hebrews Poem - Jeremy Duncan

Commons Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 29:42


Heb 1***We all have a guilty musical pleasure. Admit it.A band we return to as the soundtrack to some other season.An album we replay because it.still. holds.up.The song we blast in the car when it comes on — lyrics flowing freely, dance moves optional.Because music stirs us, evokes emotion, forms memory, and helps us return to ourselves.Which is why we shouldn't be surprised that, at times, early Christian authors seem to have drawn on the songs and poetry around them as they wrote. Pulling meaningful words, rhythm,and melody together to inspire their reflection and theology.And this is a fascinating idea — that musicality shaped Scripture, but also that it plays a role in what makes these words compelling today.Join us as we explore this ancient playlist together!★ Support this podcast ★

The Oil Stream
OIL STREAM IN FIVE "Game 3 Preview, Scrum Discipline"

The Oil Stream

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 8:05


Nielson is back with another installment of OIL STREAM IN FIVE. Nielson gets you ready for Game 3 of the Battle of Alberta as the Oilers return home after a split at the Saddeldome. Jay Woodcroft has talked alot about scrum discipline, will it factor into Game 3? McDavid sets the stage for even more brilliance and can the Nuge line build on Game 2? It's all presented by Popeyes Lousiana Kitchen!

Hellenic Melodies
Hellenic Melodies - Episode May 21, 2022

Hellenic Melodies

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022


Playlist: Giorgos Livanis - Meta Tis 12Markella - 1000 & 1 NyxtesKonstantinos Argiros - San TrelosPetros Iakovidis - Geia SouCharis Saava - Lene LenePanos Kiamos - Tha Me ZitasHelena Paparizou, Antique - Ti TiNikos Oikonomopoulos - Pali GirisaGiorgos Lianos - Kathe Mas Stigmi Mia GiortiDimitris Mitropanos - Roza

The Oil Stream
OIL STREAM IN FIVE "Big Time Game 2 Bounce Back!"

The Oil Stream

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 9:18


Nielson is back with another installment of OIL STREAM IN FIVE. Nielson breaks down a very impressive come from behind victory for the Oilers. Connor McDavid and Zach Hyman leading the way! Matthew Tkachuk doing Matthew Tkachuk things and the biggest story in this series....Markstrom's struggles.  It's all presented by Popeyes Lousiana Kitchen!

Cult of Hockey podcast
The Cult of Hockey's "McD, Drai & Greybeards lead Oilers over Flames" podcast

Cult of Hockey podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 38:44


Let's do this! The Cult of Hockey podcast. By the Faithful and for the Faithful, tonight with Bruce McCurdy and David Staples. They dig into the Edmonton Oilers 5-3 win over the Flames of Calgary.

Earth Ancients
Mars Panel Part 2: What NASA/JPL Won't Tell Us About Mars

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 64:34


This insightful look at the planet Mars, questions NASA/JPL's continual cover-up of a lost civilization and the significant remains of buildings, pyramids and massive relief sculptures which cover the surface of the red planet. The panelist include:William Saunders: William R. Saunders graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geomorphology. He began work in the petroleum industry in Calgary, Alberta in 1978 and currently works as a petroleum geoscience consultant in Calgary. He was reintroduced to the "Face on Mars" in 1991 by Richard Hoagland's book, The Monuments of Mars. He began looking at the Mars Global Surveyor images on NASA's web site with their first release in April of 1998. He met George Haas on a web-site discussion group shortly thereafter.George Haas: George J. Haas is founder and premier investigator of The Cydonia Institute, established in 1991. He is a member of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Pre-Columbian Society of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Haas is also an artist, art instructor, writer, and curator. He is a member and former director of the Sculptors' Association of New Jersey. He has also authored monographs for various art exhibitions, and had a one-man show at the OK Harris Gallery of Art in New York City. He became interested in the "Face on Mars" after reading a book on the subject by Randolfo Rafael Pozos in 1991. Mark Carlotto: Mark Carlotto is an aerospace engineer with over thirty years of experience in satellite imaging, remote sensing, signal and image processing, pattern recognition, and app development. He received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1981 and has published over one hundred technical articles and written six books. In Before Atlantis, Dr. Carlotto draws from his unique background and experience to propose new answers to basic questions concerning human origins, ancient technology, and archaeological enigmas.

OverDrive
OverDrive - Hour 3 - May 20th, 2022

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 42:53


Hour 3 to wrap up a Mail it in Friday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes & Dave Feschuk of the Toronto Star as the guys look ahead to the Jays 3-game set versus Cincinnati before being joined by TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun from Calgary ahead of Game 2 between the Oilers and Flames. As well ESPN NBA Front Office Insider Bobby Marks stops by to chat about the NBA Conference Finals.

OverDrive
Pierre LeBrun on the success of the Flames top line, Bowness moving on from the Stars & the offseason ahead for the Leafs

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 18:48


TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun joined OverDrive earlier today from Calgary ahead of Game 2 between the Flames and Oilers. He touched on the late start, the success of the Flames top line, Rick Bowness moving on from the Stars & what he's expecting to happen with the Maple Leafs this offseason.

OverDrive
Dave Poulin on finding "killer instinct", the late start in Calgary & if major change is needed for the Leafs

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 27:15


TSN Hockey Analyst Dave Poulin joined OverDrive earlier today and got into a number of things including what he makes of trying to find "killer instinct" in athletes, the late start in Calgary for the Battle of Alberta & what he expects to happen for the Leafs this offseason.

Oilersnation Radio
Previewing Game 2, Darnell Nurse, and a chat with Frank Seravalli

Oilersnation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 56:56


It's Friday afternoon and that means we're hitting you with a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio to help you finish off what's left of your week with an hour of all things Edmonton Oilers. On today's show, we talked about the Oilers dropping Game 5, the Oilers pushing the series to a seventh game, and a whole lot more. Kicking off this week's podcast, we got started with a look back at the disaster that was Game 1 and what the boys need to do to get back on track in tonight's rematch. From switching up the lines to tightening up defensively, there is plenty of room for improvement for a team that did not look very good at all. If the Oilers plan on stealing a game in Calgary, there is no shortage of items on the to-do list that the boys need to check off. From there, we welcomed Daily Faceoff's Frank Seravalli to talk about the series and the news he broke today that Darnell Nurse could be battling a core-muscle issue that may require surgery to correct in the offseason. Lastly, we wrapped up the Friday edition of the podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots and Hot and Cold performer.

WagerTalk Podcast
Puck Time | NHL Playoff Picks and Predictions | Hurricanes vs Rangers | Flames vs Oilers | May 20

WagerTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 30:18


NHL Picks and Predictions for Friday, May 20: Join Carmine Bianco, Dave Cokin and Bryan Leonard for Friday's edition of Puck Time as our panel of professional hockey handicappers break down tonight's NHL playoff betting card. It was a tale of two totals on Wednesday as the Rangers and Hurricanes struggled to find the net while Calgary and Edmonton were scoring touchdowns up north. Join the Puck Time crew every week day as we discuss the NHL betting slate from a variety of handicapping angles.#NHL | #StanleyCup | #NHLPlayoffsFriday's featured NHL games: Introduction 00:00Carolina Hurricanes vs New York Rangers (Game 2) 7:58Calgary Flames vs Edmonton Oilers (Game 2) 15:38

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Barry Ritholtz and Ophira Eisenberg Episode 608

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 97:26


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more The GREAT Barry Ritholtz who has spent his career helping people spot their own investment errors and to learn how to better manage their own financial behaviors. He is the creator of The Big Picture, often ranked as the number one financial blog to follow by The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and others. Barry Ritholtz is the creator and host of Bloomberg's “Masters in Business” radio podcast, and a featured columnist at the Washington Post. He is the author of the Bailout Nation: How Greed and Easy Money Corrupted Wall Street and Shook the World Economy (Wiley, 2009). In addition to serving as Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management, he is also on the advisory boards of Riskalyze, and Peer Street, two leading financial technology startups bringing transparency and analytics to the investment business.   Barry has named one of the “15 Most Important Economic Journalists” in the United States, and has been called one of The 25 Most Dangerous People in Financial Media. When not working, he can be found with his wife and their two dogs on the north shore of Long Island.   Ophira Eisenberg is a Canadian-born standup comedian and writer. She hosted NPR's nationally syndicated comedy trivia show Ask Me Another (airing on 400+ stations) where she interviewed, joked, and played silly games with some of the biggest and funniest folks in the world.  Lauded as “hilarious, high risk, and an inspiration,” Ophira filmed her comedy special Inside Joke, when she was 8½ months pregnant. The show's material revolves around how she told everyone that she was never going to have kids, and then unexpectedly found herself expecting at “an advanced maternal age.” Inside Joke can be found on Amazon and iTunes, along with her two other comedy albums, Bangs!and As Is. She has appeared on Comedy Central, This Week at The Comedy Cellar, Kevin Hart's LOL Network, HBO's Girls, Gotham Live, The Late Late Show, The Today Show, and VH-1. The New York Times called her a skilled comedian and storyteller with “bleakly stylish” humor. She was also selected as one of New York Magazine's “Top 10 Comics that Funny People Find Funny,” and hailed by Forbes.com as one of the most engaging comics working today. Ophira is a regular host and teller with The Moth and her stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour and in two of The Moth's best-selling books, including the most recent New York Times Bestseller Occasional Magic: True Stories About Defying the Impossible. Ophira's first book, Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamyi s a comedic memoir about her experiments in the field as a single woman, traveling from futon to futon and flask-to-flask, gathering data, hoping to put it all together and build her own perfect mate. She is also sought after as a brilliant interviewer and moderator, and has interviewed dozens of celebrities, writers, and actors. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Ophira graduated with a Cultural Anthropology and Theater degree from McGill University. She now lives in Brooklyn, NY where she is a fixture at New York City's comedy clubs   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page